The JABBFA hails all-inclusive JOA support after the ‘most rewarding’ Central American and Caribbean Championships. The boost shows all our professional athletes the possibilities and just how important it is to keep pushing for the ultimate goal.
Alberto Campbell-Staines journey is one of love, support and determination to never give up. Having been born in Jamaica with intellectual disabilities, he continues to raise the limitation bar. Read our story about this first time Paralympian.
Athletes and coaches of the 2020 Olympic team are to receive awards for their representation at the Olympic Games. This benefit is made possible by the partnership between the Jamaica Olympic Association, the Supreme Ventures Foundation and other interested parties.
Food For The Poor (FFTP) Jamaica has upped the ante through technology; and will likely spur a change in how other local organisations host road races going forward. Their interactive Race for Hunger virtual race app was launched on June 1, and promises to be a game-changer.
Raheem Sterling has been dominating the football pitch all year. From captaining Manchester City to the victory in the Premier League 2020 championship to leading England to their first final in decades, this "boy" from Marverly is unstoppable! At just 26 years old, Sterling has a significant number of goals and experience under his belt. Join us on Sunday, July 11, as we cheer for our Jamaican "Baller" in the Euro 2020 final.
Arthur Wint was a man who lived a full life. He created history in 1948 at the London Olympics by becoming the first Jamaican to win a gold medal. However, there was more to him than athletics. Wint was also an airman, a doctor and a diplomat. Read our article to find out more.
Shanae Gordon is used to clutching a ball and outsprinting rivals in her daily practice and play. In the classroom, the national rugby player proves how much those qualities are part of her educational habits. Shanae has grabbed a scholarship provided by the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA). She is running with it to now earn […]
With a 14.5 Million dollar investment in our athletes, the Jamaica Olympic Association is moving to ensure that the best of the best get all they need to compete. The athletic ambassadors will have many chances to compete in meets that will be of global standards.