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Jamaica Gleaner
today at 04:09. Facebook
The team of Peter Matthews, Demish Gaye, Martin Manley and Steven Gayle won bronze for Jamaica in the men's 4x400m in a hard-fought race to the finish. The quartet clocked 3:02.86, behind Botswana, 3:02.28 and the United States, 3:02.13. #WorldRelays
The team of Peter Matthews Demish Gaye Martin Manley and Steven Gayle
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
today at 03:58. Facebook
Jamaica won four bronze medals at the just-concluded IAAF World Relays. The mixed relay team of Javere Bell, Ristananna Tracey, Natoya Goule and Jamari Rose won the island's fourth bronze medal in the final event of the championship, the 4x400m mixed relay. Bahamas took the win in 3:14.42. #WorldRelays
Jamaica won four bronze medals at the justconcluded IAAF World Relays The
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
today at 03:22. Facebook
Jamaica finished second in the women's 4x100m in 42.95 at the IAAF World Relays. The team of Simone Facey, Natasha Morrison, Gayon Evans and Sashalee Forbes finished behind Germany which claimed its first ever World Relays title in 42.84. #WorldRelays
Jamaica finished second in the womens 4x100m in 4295 at the IAAF
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
today at 02:51. Facebook
Jamaica took bronze in the final of the women's 4x400m in 3:28.49. Poland's Justyna Swiety edged ahead of Jamaica's Stephenie Ann McPherson in a hard-fought race to the finish to claim second in 3:28.28. The United States claimed the win in 3:24.36. #WorldRelays
Jamaica took bronze in the final of the womens 4x400m in 32849
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
today at 02:14. Facebook
Defending champions Jamaica placed third in the men's 4x200m at the IAAF World Relays. The team of Nickel Ashmeade, Oshane Bailey, Rasheed Dwyer and Yohan Blake clocked 1:21.29. Canada took the win in a world-leading 1:19.42. The United States was second in 1:19.88. #WorldRelays
Defending champions Jamaica placed third in the mens 4x200m at the IAAF
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
today at 01:06. Facebook
Jamaica finished second in heat 2 of the women's 4x100m at the IAAF World Relays. The team of Simone Facey, Natasha Morrison, Gayon Evans and Christania Williams clocked 43.22, behind Germany, 43.04. The final is set for tonight, at 9:13 p.m. local time. Jamaica captured gold in the women's 4x200m last night. Can they make it a double? #WorldRelays
Jamaica finished second in heat 2 of the womens 4x100m at the
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Jamaica Gleaner
today at 00:36. Facebook
There was no risking the handoff for Jamaica in the men's 4x200m on the final night of the IAAF World Relays. Focusing on exchanges, the team of Nickel Ashmeade, Chadic Hinds, Oshane Bailey and Warren Weir finished second in heat 1 in 1:22.01 to make it to tonight's final. The final will be run at 8:29 p.m. local time. #WorldRelays
There was no risking the handoff for Jamaica in the mens 4x200m
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Lay Minister Murren Gordon
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 20:45. Facebook
Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake is blaming the coaching staff for the team’s baton exchange mix-up in the men's 4x100m heats at the IAAF World Relays on Saturday's first day of competition: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WorldRelays
Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake is blaming the coaching staff for the teams
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 20:44. Facebook
China's Ambassador to Jamaica, NIU Qingbao, is urging local contractors to stop complaining about the number of Chinese companies landing big contracts in Jamaica and instead work on making themselves more attractive: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Chinas Ambassador to Jamaica NIU Qingbao is urging local contractors to stop
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 20:37. Facebook
Jamaica, one of the hot pre-meet favourites for the men's 4x100 metres, suffered a shock exit from the event at the IAAF-BTC World Relays in the Bahamas last night. A terrible mix-up on the second leg between incoming runner Kemar Bailey-Coley and Jevaughn Minzie ended with the baton falling in heat one of the event: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WorldRelays
Jamaica one of the hot premeet favourites for the mens 4x100 metres
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Scenes from the April 23 Xaymaca International Carnival Road March. Photos by Ricardo Makyn. #MasMania
Scenes from the April 23 Xaymaca International Carnival Road March Photos by
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 13:02. Facebook
Persons, including journalists, who breach the Criminal Justice (Administration) Act by taking pictures of prisoners in the precinct of a court in Jamaica could be fined the princely sum of $20 or a period not exceeding one month in prison. This is among several laughable maximum punishments which are included in the laws of Jamaica, which Minister of Justice Delroy Chuck is pushing to change,...
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Persons including journalists who breach the Criminal Justice Administration Act by taking
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 12:06. Facebook
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 03:37. Facebook
Demish Gaye anchored Jamaica to a second place finish in heat 3 of the men's 4x400m. Gaye and the team of Javere Bell, Javon Francis, and Peter Matthews stopped the clock at 3:03.52. The final will be run tomorrow at 8:55 p.m. local time, 9:55 p.m. in the Bahamas. #WorldRelays
Demish Gaye anchored Jamaica to a second place finish in heat 3
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Natalee Hinds
Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 03:18. Facebook
Members of Great Britain's men's 4x100m relay team wear black ribbons in memory of former British high jumper, Jamaica-born Germaine Mason. #WorldRelays
Members of Great Britains mens 4x100m relay team wear black ribbons in
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Keisha Daley
Christopher Thompson
Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 03:08. Facebook
Elaine Thompson anchored Jamaica to their first victory in the women's 4x200m at the IAAF World Relays in a championship record of 1:29.04. The team switched things around in the final: Jura Levy led the charge, handing over to Shericka Jackson, who passed the baton to Sashalee Forbes, with Thompson running the final leg. #WorldRelays
Elaine Thompson anchored Jamaica to their first victory in the womens 4x200m
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 01:29. Facebook
They're heading to the final! Jamaica's women's 4x400m team of Christine Day, Janieve Russell, Dawnalee Loney and Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby placed second in heat 3 in 3:29.93, a season best. The final will be run tomorrow, at 8:11 p.m. local time. #WorldRelays
Theyre heading to the final Jamaicas womens 4x400m team of Christine Day
Julie Miller
Richard Douglas
Maureen Miles
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Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 01:06. Facebook
Jamaica secured a comfortable win in heat 2 of the women's 4x200m in 1:31.29 at the third staging of the IAAF World Relays. Double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson led the team which included Shericka Jackson, Jura Levy and Anastasia Le-Roy. The final will be run at 9:21 p.m. local time. #WorldRelays
Jamaica secured a comfortable win in heat 2 of the womens 4x200m
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
yesterday at 00:27. Facebook
In the first surprise of the IAAF World Relays, Jamaica did not make it to the final of the men's 4x100m. The team did not finish after they dropped the baton on the second exchange between Kemar Bailey-Cole and Jevaughn Minzie. "It's a big disappointment," said Everton Clarke at the end of the race. #WorldRelays
In the first surprise of the IAAF World Relays Jamaica did not
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Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner
04/22/2017 at 22:25. Facebook
Elaine Thompson will lead Jamaica's charge for the gold at the IAAF World Relays in the women's 4x200m, which will see the heats being the first event on the track today. Jamaica will line up in lane 4 in the second of two heats, set to face the starter at 6:46 p.m. local time: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WorldRelays
Elaine Thompson will lead Jamaicas charge for the gold at the IAAF
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