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Jamaica Olympic Association

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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: JAAA First Vice-President Mr. Dave Myrie, JAAA Treasurer Mr. Ludlow Watts, Minister of Sports, Culture, Gender and Entertainment, Ms. Olivia Grange, Mr Brian George President Supreme Ventures Ltd., JAAA Second Vice - President Ian Forbes pose for pictures at the cheque handover by sponsors Supreme Ventures at the launch of the Supreme Ventures National Senior Trials at the Spanish Court Hotel on Tuesday.

“Protect your athletes, protect the good name and welfare of your athletes. Keep their interest at heart”

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Photo: President of the Jamaica Olympic Association Mike Fennell






Jamaica’s track and field looks set to be thrown into a tailspin, after it was finally revealed that a senior athlete, who was a member of the team to the Beijing Olympics in 2008 has tested positive for a banned substance.

For the past few weeks there has been speculation that something was amiss and now the story has come to light.