Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | March 1, 2009
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Dazzling runs by Racers, Calabar
Racers Lions Track Club, led by Usain Bolt, and Calabar High with Ramone McKenzie, both hit record-breaking form at the Gibson Relays last night.In the men's event, Racers Lions with Bolt, the triple Olympic gold-medallist on...

Questionable decisions mar Test in Barbados
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): A succession of questionable leg before wicket decisions using the experimental umpire review system overshadowed a brilliant hundred from Ramnaresh Sarwan that put West Indies on the verge of saving the follow-on in the...

Three-timers for Francis, Ennevor
Title-chasing jockey Paul 'Country' Francis and veteran trainer Noel Ennevor posted three winners each at Caymanas Park yesterday, both teaming up to win the Eros Trophy grade-one feature over 1400 metres with 4-1 chance...

Leewards ambush Ja
Leaders Jamaica will have it all to do today and tomorrow if they are to claim any points from their eighth round West Indies Cricket Board Four Day Championship clash with the Leeward Islands at Sabina Park.

Seba, Kickers to roll back the clock
Western Bureau: Former national cham-pions Seba United and Violet Kickers will be aiming to turn back the clock this afternoon when they meet in the feature game of a 2008-09 Captain's Bakery Western Super Football League...

Big personal best for Powell in 400 metres
Olympic 400m hurdles champion Melaine Walker won her pet event, but the performance on most people's lips, was Asafa Powell's huge 400 metres personal best at the Sydney Track Classic in Australia on yesterday.

Classy Johnson too good for American
HOLLYWOOD, Florida: American Daniel Judah tried to use his head in more ways than one Friday night against Glen Johnson, but in the end he was outfoxed and outboxed by the Jamaican in their light heavyweight bout here.

Daley Jr looking to go up in class
He has outgrown the competition in the Rotax Mini-Max Class, so when 12-year-old Colin Daley Jr takes the track today at the Palisadoes International Raceway in Kingston he will be hoping to get the green light to challenge the bigger boys in the highly competitive Rotax Junior Class.

Brown makes appeal for U-21 sponsor
CONCERNED about the development of the sport, Carl Brown, a man who has served national football at several levels, is making a plea for a company to step up and sponsor the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Under-21...

Doyley's curler clips Canada
LAUDERHILL, Florida:Jamaica's under-20 footballers survived a testing first half before rallying to edge Canada 1-0 in their last tune-up match before departing for the final round of Youth World Cup qualifiers in Trinidad...

Tough third-round matches today - Mid-table DPL teams hunt vital points
NECK AND neck at the top of the standings, Harbour View and defending champions Portmore United are aiming for maximum points in tough third-round Digicel Premier League fixtures...

Liverpool's title hopes dip at Middlesbrough
LONDON (AP): Liverpool missed the chance to cut Manchester United's lead at the top of the Premier League when they lost 2-0 at Middlesbrough 2-0 yesterday.Boro had not won a league match since November and had not even scored in five games, but Tuncay...

WI vs Australia; cricket, lovely cricket in rural Jamaica
The West Indies, once the most powerful and awesome cricket team in the world, and Australia, once the indisputable champions of the world, are each currently engaged in an important Test match, one in Bridgetown Town, one in Johannesburg, one which...

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