Photo: "The sky is the limit" to th MOU sgined between the OAJ and Team Jamaica Bickle says their CEO Irwine Clare
CEO of Team Jamaica Bickle, Irwine Clare thinks that the partnership they have formed with the Olympians Association of Jamaica (OAJ) is one that has no limits.
Clare who has been at the forefront of serving Jamaica’s athletes for a quarter century is certain that both organizations are on the cusp of making monumental progress in the growth of both Team Jamaica Bickle and the OAJ.
Photo: Olympians Association of Jamaica President Marvin Anderson says signing of the MOU with Team Jamaica Bickle will help to grow the OAJ significantly.
Marvin Anderson, the President of the Olympians Association of Jamaica (OAJ), is confident that the Memorandum of Understanding that his organization has signed with Team Jamaica Bickle will help to take his organization forward in a very meaningful way.
Photo: Kaliese Spencer was found not guilty of violation of article 2.3 in the JADCO rules by a three member Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Commission on Tuesday.
Kaliese Spencer was all smiles on Tuesday when the verdict was handed down in her anti-doping case. A three member Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Commission came to a unanimous decision of not guilty in regards to her alleged violation of article 2.3 in the JADCO rules.
The chairman of the Commission, Kent Gammon was clear in how the verdict was arrived at.
Jamaican sprinter Marvin Anderson has called time on his senior track and field career.
The former St. Jago and William Knibb Memorial High student, had a decent high school and national junior career, representing well at CAC Junior, Carifta and IAAF World Junior Championships.
He won the 100m title at the 2001 Central America and Caribbean Games and finished sixth in the 200m at the 2000 World Junior Championships.
He went to represent the university of south Carolina and central Arizona state university in thethe NCCA during his collegiate career.