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Photo: The Honourable Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport says that the Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce statue in now in Jamaica.

 

 

 

The Honourable Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport announced today that the statue to be erected in honour of Jamaica’s leading female sprinter, Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, is now in the island.

 

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Three Triple Winners, Tahlellah Townsend of St Andrew High for Girls, Jelanie Nelson of Ardenne Prep, Mandeville Campus and Aundre Brown of Wolmers’ Boys were all crowned Triple Champions at the Jamaica Badminton Association’s Badminton Junior Classics 2018 which ended its Under 11, 13 and Under 15 categories at the Constant Spring Golf Club on Sunday.

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The curtains came down on the XXII Peru International Challenge 2017 Sunday April 23. Three of our national senior players namely Dennis Coke, Katherine Wynter and Anthony McNee went to Peru for a one week workshop before the tournament and participated in the tournament April 20-23, 2017.

McNee suffered a knee injury which hampered him significantly throughout the tournament, and Coke was also nursing an injury. Nevertheless, they were able to manage the injuries while there.

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Photo: Members of the triumphant Jamaica Badminton team at the 2014 SDF/NCB Caribbean Badminton Championships

As the curtains came down on the SDF/NCB Caribbean Badminton Championships, Jamaica again remained supreme capturing 58 medals across all divisions in the tournament. This tally comprised of (22) Gold, (12) Silver & (24) Bronze. Play started from 12pm on the final day with the finals of the U-11,U-13,U-15, U-17 age groups.

In the Under 11 age group Jamaica claimed 2 Gold, 2 silver & a Bronze, with Rihanna Rust being the prominent player here.