President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda said the JOA is willing to withdraw Jamaica’s athletes from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics if, in light of the evolving Coronavirus pandemic, Japan was not able to guarantee their health and safety.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is looking into how best it can help the country’s men’s ice hockey team chase for a historic place at the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, in 2022.

Jamaica’s athletes competing at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan will be provided with insurance coverage from Marathon Insurance Brokers who are partnering with the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) to provide coverage before, during and after the Games.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) and the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that involves the exchange of coaching expertise, technical and scientific research and sport medicine capabilities across the sporting disciplines.

The Jamaica Olympic Association has appointed retired Olympic sprinter Michael Frater O.D. as president of a newly created Athletes’ Commission.

If Christopher Samuda has his way, Jamaica will become a preferred destination for prime sports-related events.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) on Tuesday presented the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) with a cheque for JMD$3.5million that will cover the salaries of the coaches of the men’s national Under-23 football team - Donovan Duckie and Merron Gordon.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) launched its Women in Sports Commission, a call to action to empower girls and women to participate in sports and become decision-makers.

The sixth Clarence Brown (CB) Crocs International Sevens Rugby Tournament was launched on Friday at the R Hotel in Kingston. The tournament will take place at Sabina Park on Saturday, January 19 starting 8:00 a.m.

President of the Jamaica Olympic Association Christopher Samuda believes the current impasse between the island’s cyclists and the national coach cannot be allowed to derail national champion’s Dahlia Palmer’s campaign to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has expressed their willingness to support national cycling champion Dahlia Palmer on her quest to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games via the 2018/2019 World Cup Series.

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