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Photo: Action from the Tyser-Mills Classic 2020 held at the Calabar High school in Kingston. 





The Jamaica Athletics Administration Association today received permission from of the Government of Jamaica, through the Ministry of Health and Wellness, The Ministry of Sports and the Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development, to host a series of Qualification Trials to give junior and senior athletes the much-needed competition.

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Photo: Canadian javelin thrower Jarrett Chong, despite being the lone competitor in the event was able to focus and deliver a new personal best of 67.26m on his very first attempt.





Despite a very low spectator turnout and a small number of entrants, all of the athletes who performed at the inaugural staging of the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) Under-18 Invitational Meet were happy to be associated with the event.

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Photo: Jason Morgan was surprsingly excluded from the Jamaican Olympic Games team.






The non-inclusion of discus thrower, Jason Morgan on the Jamaican Olympic team to the games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil next month, left most people in shock when the full team was announced at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel on Monday.

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Photo: President of the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) Dr. Warren Blake

It may not be a multi-billion dollar endorsement deal or any dream contract, but the newly established monthly monetary support is a well appreciated incentive for those athletes in preparation mood for the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Brazil.

The government and the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association ( JAAA) have kept true to their promises, by making their first set of payments on Friday of last week to the select group of national athletes.

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Photo: Ludlow Watts JAAA Treasurer,Dr. Warren Blake, JAAA President, Natalie Neita-Headley Minister of Sports and Stephen Miller, Sponsorship & Events Manager LIME pose for the camera after the telecoms firm announced a two-year $28M sponsorship of the JAAA and the Jamaica Track & Field Team.

Combined telecommunications firms Flow & LIME have inked a deal valued at J$28 million with the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) that will see the merged entity contributing to the development of track & field and the national teams.