DOHA Tajay Gayle, Jamaica's first world long-jump champion, can go on to break the world record, his coach Stephen Francis said on Sunday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica Briana Williams was named in Jamaica's team for the world athletics championships in Doha on Wednesday despite facing a hearing into a positive doping test.
KINGSTON Jamaica's world under-20 double sprint gold medallist Briana Williams has tested positive for a banned diuretic, her lawyer has told Reuters, potentially ruling her out of the world athletics championships in Doha.
KINGSTON Olympic sprint great Usain Bolt sees struggle ahead for Jamaica's men at the world championships, claiming the Caribbean nation's "spoiled" young sprinters lack the discipline to train and the hunger for success.
KINGSTON Olympic champion Elaine Thompson posted a world-leading 22.00 to win the 200 metres on Sunday and complete the sprint double on the last day of the Jamaican trials.
KINGSTON Tajay Gayle leapt 8.24 metres to win the men's long jump at the Jamaican trials on Saturday.
KINGSTON Olympic champion Elaine Thompson edged Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in a photo finish to win the 100m title at the Jamaican trials on Friday and book her spot at this year's world championships in Doha.
KINGSTON Three-times world champion Shelly-Anne Fraser-Pryce and training partner Elaine Thompson eased into the semi-finals of the 100 metres at the Jamaican trials for this year's world championships with neither breaking a sweat on Thursday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica As Jamaica prepares to select their world championship team, the exhilarating days of the nation's male sprinters, led by Usain Bolt, dominating the world are gone, two of the Caribbean island's top coaches say.
KINGSTON Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce's steady return to her best form continued at the Racers Grand Prix on Saturday when the twice Olympic champion blazed to a world leading 10.88 seconds in the 100 metres at the National Stadium in Kingston.