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Kenia Sinclair

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
 Kenia Sinclair,Natoya Goule, Semoya Campbell,Kemoy Campbell,Olympics 2016,

Photo: National Women's 800m champion Natoya Goule will look to retain her title at the National Championships this weekend.

 

 

 

With all the focus and the hype being focussed on the sprints and some field events, this year’s middle and long distance programs will have a few names that are trying to lift the standard and spark more interest in this area.

800m

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Elaine Thompson,Shanieka Thomas,Kimberly WilliamsJanieve Russell,Christine Day,Olivia Leckford,Natoya Goule,Kenia Sinclair,

Photo: Olivia Leckford of GC Foster College throwing her second personal best of the season in the javelin at the Allcomers Meet atthe National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica last Saturday.

 

 

 

 

It has been a great start to the month of June for Jamaica’s female track and field athletes. As the junior and senior trials approach at the end of the month, the athletes have being rounding into top shape as they set their sights squarely on the World Junior Championships in Poland and the Rio Olympics respectively.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0

Photo: Kenia Sinclair (Getty Images)

She is thirty four year old, but it’s not over for Jamaica’s most outstanding female athlete in 800 metre running Kenia Sinclair. In an interview recently with the gleaner she made it clear to track world and to her fans that she still have reserves in her tank.