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Usain Bolt Strikes Again And Wins World Champs 200m Finals

Jamaica’s sprint sensation Usain Bolt brutally ended two-time doping offender Justin Gatlin’s attempt to controversially usurp him as the king of sprinting when he blazed to the 200 metres world title at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China today. The world’s fastest man clocked a time of 19.55 seconds to retain his world title, beating Gatlin into second in ...

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Kemar Bailey Cole Strikes Gold in The Commonwealth Games 100m Finals

Jamaica’s Kemar Bailey Cole won the Commonwealth Games 100m today in 10.00s ahead of UK’s rising star Adam Gemili. Nickel Ashmeade also of Jamaica was third in 10.16s. It was the Racer’s Track Club member’s first personal gold medal at a major athletic championship.

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Warren Weir Wins a World Leading 200m Gold at The Adidas Grand Prix

Jamaica’s Warren Weir won the men’s 200m in a world-leading 19.82s in a modest headwind of 0.2 metres per second yesterday at the New York Diamond League athletics meeting. Compatriot Nickel Ashmeade was second in 19.95s. Panamanian sprinter Alonso Edward, who was a world leader earlier this season, proved no match for the Jamaicans and finished third in 20.06s.

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Jamaica Win Men’s 4×200 in World Record Time at World Relays

Jamaicans lit up the Thomas Robinson track last night to take the men’s 4×200 at the inaugural IAAF World Relays in The Bahamas. Jamaica with Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade, Warren Weir and Jermaine Brown clocked a world record 1.18.63s to take the event as top challenger USA fumbled a baton change and was disqualified. St. Kitts finished second with France ...

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Nickel Ashmeade Beats Warren Weir in Doha 200m

Jamaica’s Nickel Ashmeade (20.13s) beat favoured teammate Warren Weir to win the 200m at the first Diamond League meeting of the 2014 athletic season today in Doha, Qatar. Olympic bronze medalist Weir finished in 20.31s ahead of Qatar’s Femi Ogunode (20 38s). Another Jamaican, Rasheed Dwyer, finished fifth in a season best 20.48s.

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Team Jamaica Heads For Switzerland Diamond League

Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Usain Bolt will lead the charge of thirteen Jamaicans — including eight medalists — who will storm the track in tomorrow’s Diamond League meet in Lausanne, Switzerland. Swiss fans are in for a treat as organizers have lined up five of the women who made the London Olympic 100m final, including the three medalists. Fraser-Pryce ...

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