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Photo: Jamaican taekwondo para athlete Shauna-Kay Hines  selected as part of a group of athletes of the continent to contribute creative and innovative ideas to the re-branding of the regional apex body. 

 

 

 

 

The Americas Paralympic Committee (APC), of which the Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) is a member, has announced Jamaican taekwondo para athlete, Shauna-Kay Hines, as part of a select group of athletes of the continent to contribute creative and innovative ideas to the re-branding of the regional apex body.

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Photo: Jamaica's Chavaughn Wilkins (left) against Argentina's Fernando Grabobi in the gold medal match in the boys’ pre-Junior 60kg individual sparring

The Montego Bay Convention Centre was set on fire on Saturday as Jamaica’s senior men’s Black Belt team won gold in the sparring event on the final day of the 5th International Taekwondo Federation’s World Cup.