The impact of Usain Bolt is still being felt by the athletes he faced, none less so than emerging Great Britain talent Zharnel Hughes.
World Championship silver medallist Hansle Parchment will face a competitive field in the men’s 110m hurdles when he returns to the track at the 37th FBK Games in Hengelo, Netherland.
The world and Olympic champion, Omar McLeod, could regain the world leading time when he takes on a stacked field in the 110m hurdles at the Diamond League Meeting in…
Fresh off defeating a field of largely local athletes at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston on the weekend, 2016 Olympic champion Elaine Thompson will take on a world-class field…
Jamaica junior sprinter Briana Williams took plenty of confidence from a maiden win in the High School Girls' Dream 100m at the Boost Boston Games on Sunday.
2011 World Champion Yohan Blake continues to struggle to find form after finishing third in the men’s 100m at the Adidas Boston Boost Games on Sunday.
Bahamian quartermiler Steve Gardiner continued a remarkable season after claiming the men’s 200m event at the Adidas Boost Boston Games on Sunday.
Reigning 400m Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo maintained her superb early season form after easing away from the field to claim the women’s 150m at the Adidas Boost Boston Games on…
In a battle of Caribbean 400 metre heavyweights, Jamaica's Demish Gaye showed signs of returning to his best as he got the better of countryman Javon Francis and Grenada's Bralon…
Christopher Taylor asked his coach if he could run with the big boys at the Jamaica International Invitational, the result, a remarkable win against one of the stalwarts of track…
Double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson returned to winning ways with an easy victory in the women's 100 metres at the Jamaica International Invitational Meeting (JIIM), the first event of the…
South African quarter mile star Wayde van Niekerk, the man once handpicked to replace Jamaica legend Usain Bolt at the top of world sprinting, has vowed to come back stronger…
The women’s sprints could potentially steal the show at the Jamaica International Invitational set for the country’s National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday.
Collegiate star athlete Devynne Charlton is thinking of going professional once her college career draws to a close.
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