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Natoya Goule

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

The varsity stadium was buzzing with black green and gold, as the Jamaica's athletes secured four Gold medals on the second day of the 3rd NACAC Senior Athletics Championships happening in Toronto, Canada.

2018 Athletics World Cup champion and Commonwealth Games Bronze medalist, Stephanie Ann Mcpherson took full control of the women's 400, leading from gun to tape, and crossed the line in 51.15s  to secure the first gold medal for Jamaica. Her teammate Christine Day, 53.04s was good enough for  fifth in that event.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Merrecia James,Natoya Goule,Kenia Sinclair.Jamaica National Senior Championships,

Photo: Merrecia James (in purple) competing in the Women's 800m finals at the National Senior Championships inside the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica recently.

Merrecia James is a blast from the past, a Jamaican talent that many people will not remember. Most are not even aware that she piloted female distance running for a few years, shortly before the golden era of Usain Bolt and company.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Annsert Whyte,Megan Simmonds,Natoya Goule,LaShawn Merritt ,Elaine Thompson,Dafne Schippers,IAAF Doha Diamond League,Andre De Grasse,Asafa Powell,Justin Gatlin,

Photo: Elaine Thompson will square off with main rival Dafne Schippers in the 200m at the IAAF Doha Diamond League Meet today.

 

 

 

 

The 2017 outdoors track and field season springs to life today with the IAAF Doha Diamond League Meet taking centre stage. There are some tantalizing matchups to whet the appetite of track and field fans the world over ahead of what is expected to be yet another exciting year for the sport.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Rio Olympics 2016,Christoff Bryan,Travis Smikle,Chad Wright,Natoya Goule,Omar McLeod,Jowayne Hibbert,Demar Forbes,Fedrick Dacres,

Photo: Omar McLeod clears the final hurdle on his waiting to winning his second consecutive national title and sealing his spot on the Jamaican team to the Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil. Deuce Carter who is clearing the final hurdle finished second.

Both are young, both had outstanding junior careers, both represented the Manchester High school at the ISSA Boys and Girls Champs, but there is also the fact that both Natoya Goule and Omar McLeod are living their dreams and striving to bring joy to the nation.

 |  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

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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.

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Marvin Williams, Simoya Campbell, Natoya Goule, Samantha James, Akeem Bloomfield, Christania Williams, Javon Francis, Elaine Thompson, Blessing Okagbare, Kerron Stewart, Janieve Russell

Photo: Kingston College’s top athlete, Akeem Bloomfield, who executed a decent 200m race secured victory in a creditable 20.66 seconds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

With less than two months to the National Senior Trials, where athletes will vie for a chance to represent Jamaica at this Summer Olympics in Rio, several of the country’s young established and potential stars showed signs of readiness to rumble with the veterans inside the National Stadium in Kingston with eye-catching performances at the weekend.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
World Championships,Simoya Campbell,Beijing China,Natoya Goule,

Photo: Simoya Campbell in action for the University of Technology

“The battles that count aren`t the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself - the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us - that`s where it`s at.” - Jesse Owens

There is probably not another local based athlete, that is as motivated and determined like Simoya Campbell, and even though she is not amongst the favorites for gold in Beijing, she has already won the hearts of many local track and field fans.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
World Championships,Beijing China,Natoya Goule,

"The heights by great men reach and kept were not attained by sudden flight..." It is that one thing young Jamaican rising star, in middle distance running, Natoya Goule is sure of.

Plying her trade in a somewhat unpopular event, for many athletics fan, the Clemson University standout is very much aware that she has to "toil upwards through the night, while her companions take slumber."

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