Jamaicans named among athletes with suspicious samples in alleged IAAF cover-up

(Jamaica Gleaner) Three Jamaica athletes are said to be among 225 athletes from 39 countries who, according to a documentary aired on German television on Monday, returned suspicious samples that were allegedly covered up by track and field’s governing body the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), according to a report published in the Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

Misbah injury concern, Pakistan call up Shah

KARACHI, (Reuters) – Leg-spinner Yasir Shah has been called into the Pakistan squad for the rest of the one-day series against New Zealand in the United Arab Emirates to replace injured pace bowlers Umar Gul and Bilawal Bhatti.

GT champs Festival City, North Ruimveldt clash today

Daniel Favourite

After 11 days of pulsating action, the Georgetown leg of the Guinness Greatest of the Streets football tournament will culminate today when Festival City Warriors battle North Ruimveldt in the grand finale at the National Park Tarmac in Thomas Lands from 10:45 am.

Enterprise, West Ruimveldt advance to semis

Health 2000 girls’ football…

Aliyah Elaine (left) of Enterprise Primary outsprinting her Tucville Primary marker to receive the ball during their side’s quarterfinal matchup.

Competition favourites Enterprise Primary secured their berth in the semi-final round of the inaugural Health 2000 Guyana Incorporated Girls Primary Schools football tournament by downing derby rivals Tucville Primary 3-0 in the quarterfinal stage yesterday.

‘Awo’ Abrams flatten Beavers FC

WDFA knockout Cup…

Anthony Abrams

Led by an Anthony ‘Awo’ Abrams hat-trick, Slingerz FC steamrolled Beavers FC 5-0 when the Vitamalt/Aqua Mist sponsored West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) Knockout Cup continued on Friday.

Shooting the Messenger


So now we know. According to Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron, President and Supreme Leader of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), it’s not his governing body that’s responsible for the woes that continue to afflict West Indies cricket but rather those of us who write and commentate on the game.

Cook’s World Cup captaincy in doubt

Alastair Cook

LONDON, (Reuters) – Alastair Cook’s role as England captain for next year’s World Cup was cast into doubt when head coach Peter Moores said his position would be reviewed after the team’s current one-day series in Sri Lanka.

Warner, Dhawan and Kohli fined by ICC

(Reuters) – Australia’s David Warner and India’s Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli have been fined by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for ill-tempered incidents during the fourth day of the first test in Adelaide.

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