Month: May 2022

Sport Minister, The Honourable Olivia “Babsy” Grange has committed $12 million in financial support to the Sunshine Girls and their governing association, Netball Jamaica, as they prepare for next year’s Netball World Cup in Cape Town, South Africa. Grange indicated that the ministry will cover an array of expenses for the national netball team. She …

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The UEFA Champions League format as we know it today will soon become a distant memory as the organizing committee for the event approved a new format that will take effect starting from the 2024/25 season. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @876stream There has been much talk in recent times of …

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The Reggae Girlz have once again been plunged into a climate of uncertainty ahead of the most crucial leg of their World Cup qualifying campaign. This comes after the revelation that the Vin Blaine-led coaching staff has received a vote of no confidence from the Reggae Girlz squad.  One can recall the Girlz being placed …

Off-field Issues plague the Reggae Girlz again Read More »

The world has been marveling at the United States’ newest Track & Field sensation, Erriyon Knighton. The 200m world junior record holder sensationally demolished his personal best at a meet in Louisiana where he blistered down the track to a world leading time of 19.49s, the fourth fastest time in history on the event. View …

Erriyon Knighton is not the new Usain Bolt. But who is he? Read More »

The stage is set and the two finalists have now been confirmed for the UEFA Champions League final in Paris following Real Madrid’s heart-wrenching comeback against Manchester City on Wednesday. Los Blancos have reignited their love affair with the competition this season, showing everyone why they have been credited with winning the most titles in …

Rematch: Real Madrid will face Liverpool four years since Kyiv Read More »

Imagine an entire week where all of Jamaica shifts its collective focus to a single festival of youth sports with the added spice of inter-school rivalry; where highschool students put on a stunning show of age-group excellence, the adult population revels in the successes of their alma maters, and the eyes of the world is …

5 Reasons Champs should become a Mini-Olympics Read More »

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