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Photo: Elaine Thompson-Herah created history at the Tokyo Olympic Games when she became the first woman to repeat as champion of both the 100m and the 200m. 





Both Flo Jo and Usain Bolt may have something to do with Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson Herah shattering the 33-year-old Olympic record over the 100m and becoming the world's fastest woman over the 200.

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Photo: Reigning champion Elaine Thompson-Herah has advanced to the final of the Women's 100m 




All three Jamaican women safely navigated their respective semifinals to advance to the final of the 100m which will close the show on the second day of track and field at the Tokyo Olympic Games, Saturday morning, Jamaica time. 

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Photo: Former 100m Olympic Champion Shelly Ann-Fraser-Pryce is the fastest women over 100m this season with a best of 10.63s. 





The highly anticipated track and field section of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games gets going tonight local time. The running of the Women’s 100m is set to close the show on what is effectively the morning session in Japan.

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Photo: Jamaica Athletics Adminitrative Association (JAAA) President Garth Gayle “We will be meeting with our competitions commission shortly. Following that meeting we will have an earnest meeting with our coaches and our technical leader, to ensure that our athletes are taken care of prior to departure for Tokyo.” 




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Photo: Danusia Francis "I have received funding from the Institute of Sports and I am so, so grateful for this,”






Jamaican artistic gymnast Danusia Francis has heaped praises on the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) for providing her with funding as she fine-tunes her preparation for the Olympic Games in Tokyo in July.

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Photo: Junior USAG level 3 gymnast Leah Page Phillips participating on day one of the Jamaica Amateur Gymnastics Association (JAGA) Gymnastic Classics last Saturday. 





After reports circulated in the media on Tuesday that the Jamaica Amateur Gymnastics Association (JAGA) had been granted permission to host a Mini National Trials at their home base at Slipe Road last weekend, their President Mrs. Nicole Grant-Brown has moved swiftly to clear the air.

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Photo: Veronca Campbell-Brown returned to the track finishing second in the women's 60m dash at the East Coast Invitational Indoor Track and Field meet on Saturday in 7.34s.





Jamaican sprint legend Veronica Campbell-Brown returned to the track after more than two and a half years out at the East Coast Invitational Indoor Track and Field meet on Saturday when she competed in the Women’s 60m dash.

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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.

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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.