Jamaica’s history-making ice hockey team has come in for praise after shocking Colombia on Sunday to win the 2019 Amerigol LATAM Cup at the Florida Panthers Ice Den.

Trinidad and Tobago Olympian Khalifa St. Fort has reportedly parted ways with her coach Ato Boldon.

Bahamian speedster Steven Gardiner was confident he was going to run fast in his season opener at the Hurricane Invitational in Miami on Saturday.

With a trip to the World Championships in Doha firmly etched in her plans for this season, Trinidad and Tobago’s sprint star Khalifa St. Fort plans to open her season with a 200m run at a meet at UCLA on April 13.

With Kingston College set to mount their most serious challenge to win their 32nd title at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships that began on Tuesday, former star athlete Akeem Bloomfield, from his home in Florida, sought to ensure that the team was focused on the task at hand.

Based on what she did on Saturday, this could be a very good year for Natalliah Whyte.

An already fast Briana Williams has her coach Ato Boldon thinking 2019 could be another special year for the young sprinter following her impressive 200m run at the John Battle III All-Star Invitational in Hallandale, Florida on Saturday.

After word surfaced earlier this year that Omar McLeod, the 2016 Olympic 110m hurdles champion had parted company with Coach Eldrick Floreal, Sportsmax.tv can now confirm that the Jamaican hurdles star is currently based in Florida training under the guidance of Coach Gary Evans.

Le'Veon Bell bid farewell to Miami in a cryptic tweet on Monday, hinting that he could soon be on his way back to Pittsburgh.

Garth Gayle, General Secretary of the Jamaica Athletic Administrative Association said Jamaica lost a “wonderful talent” on Sunday when two-time All American sprint hurdler Daeshon Gordon died suddenly in the United States.

Former Jamaica captain Delroy ‘Mutty’ Scott died in his sleep at his home in Florida on Tuesday, SportsMax.TV understands. He was 71 years old.

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