T&T women defeat Guyana in T20

Crawford puts her name in record books

Stafanie Taylor

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC – Teadie Crawford wrote her name in the record books of the Regional Women’s Twenty20 Tournament yesterday with a destructive spell of bowling that undermined Dominica’s fragile batting and catapulted St.

Dazzling Rudisha smashes world record

David Rudisha

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Kenya’s David Rudisha stormed to 800 metres gold in a world record time at the London Olympics yesterday to cap four years of dominance in the two-lap event with a brilliant run.

Windies on right track -Gibson

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC- West Indies Cricket coach Otis Gibson says he is deeply inspired by his side’s recent series win against New Zealand in all three formats of the game.

Weir takes giant leap from couch to podium

Warren Weir

LONDON, (Reuters) – Four years ago Warren Weir was at home watching Usain Bolt race to a 100 and 200 metres Olympic double in Beijing but yesterday he sat beside him having just helped deliver a Jamaican clean sweep in the longer distance at the London Games.

I have no respect for Carl Lewis, says Bolt

Carl Lewis

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Newly-crowned “greatest-ever sprinter” Usain Bolt said yesterday he had lost all respect for Carl Lewis, the man whose on-track exploits he has surpassed with his unique Olympic double-double but who still leads the way in self-regard.

U.S. reigns on track and beach

LONDON, (Reuters) – The United States came out on top in track duels with Jamaica at the Olympic Games when Aries Merritt flew to victory in the men’s 110 metre hurdles and Allyson Felix struck gold at her third attempt in the women’s 200m yesterday.

Jamaica frustrated by stubborn Barbados

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – After scenting victory at one stage with Barbados tottering, Jamaica were frustratingly held to a draw on the final day of their third round encounter in the Regional Under-19 three-day Championship  yesterday.

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