Christopher Samuda

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Photo: Shauna-Kay Hines, (kicking) has been selected to promote next year's postponed Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.





Jamaican athlete, Shauna-Kay Hines, has been selected by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) - the worldwide governing body for para sports - for an ongoing initiative in social media to promote next year's postponed Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

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Photo: Winsome Wilkins CEO of CVSS and  CVSS Youth Sector Chair,man Tanketa Chance-Wilson receive the cheque from Mrs. Christine Scott-Brown, Executive Director, National Baking Company Foundation.




The Council of Voluntary Social services (CVSS) will be hosting the 12th CVSS Summer Games on Saturday, July 7, 2018 at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Bowl.

The Summer Games is an initiative funded by the CVSS and its partners that is geared towards the holistic development of underserved youth through sports.

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Photo: An extremely proud Ian Wilkinson QC, President of the Jamaica Chess Federation displays the certificate of acceptance that his federation received from the Jamaica Olympic Association, accepting Chess as part of the organization last Friday. Wilkinson will demit office as President when his term comes to an end next year. 




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Photo: New Jamaica Olympic Association President Christopher Samuda greets the press after being delcared the winner of the election on Tuesday night.





Christopher Samuda and his entire slate were elected en block to serve as the new board of the Jamaica Olympic Association on Tuesday night in a historic vote that saw a new president of the organization for the first time in 40 years.

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Photo: Supreme Ventures Marketing Officer Jhanelle Davis,Minister of Industry Investment and Commerce Hon Anthony Hylton, Canadian High Commissioner, His Excellency Robert Ready, Secretary General Suzanne Harris-Henry, Paralympic Association President, Christopher Samuda.

The six member Jamaican team to the Pan Paralympic Games in Toronto Canada next month is confident of doing well and returning to the island with many medals.