Tag Archives: Christopher Taylor
No, Jamaican sprintdom’s roof isn’t caving in. Yes, it is sporting a few gaping holes. Yes, we do have the raw materials to fix it. Yes, the refurbishing work will take a little while. No, we won’t have to live … Continue reading
Usain Bolt versus Jermaine Gonzalez (Class I 400m) in 2003. Yohan Blake versus Remaldo Rose (Class I 100m) in 2007. Of a more recent vintage; Michael O’Hara versus Jaheel Hyde (Class I 110m Hurdles) in 2015.
The 16th staging of the rebranded IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Athletics is officially in the books. Team Jamaica, once again, produced a creditable showing. The total of eight medals won (two gold, three silver, and three bronze) equalled our … Continue reading
Being unable to spend precious time with the people I care about the most is undoubtedly the greatest sacrifice I’m presently making in my pursuit of self-actualization. As an unrepentant athletics addict, not being able to ‘osmosize’ all of Jamaica’s … Continue reading
Jamaica’s junior athletics starlets are set to shine when the 2015 edition of the most anticipated high school track and field meet on the planet – ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys & Girls Championships (“Champs”) – gets going inside the National Stadium on … Continue reading
It was another ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships (“Champs”) to savor. Congratulations to the respective male and female team titlists – Calabar High School and Edwin Allen High School. Congratulations, also, to all the other athletes, coaches, administrators, and … Continue reading
Thousands of Jamaican high school athletes are currently making final preparations ahead of the start of the annual ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships (“Champs”), which is scheduled to get underway inside the National Stadium on Tuesday, March 25. As … Continue reading