I am never disappointed in anything I do. I have proven myself to the world, I have done great things, I have come back now from injury, I am not stressed. I still have the world records...I am happy.
- Usain Bolt
Meet the athletes and trainers who are breaking records and barriers.
While Edwin Allen sprinter Kevona Davis did not get a sprint double in the Class 3 Girls 100m and 200m sprints at the ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Championship because of her false start in the 100m final, she said that it helped to motivate her to make history just one day later in the longer-distance race.Watch Video Read Article
Wayne DaCosta is widely regarded as one of the best horse trainers in Jamaica. He has saddled more than 2,000 winners and is the leading trainer at Caymanas Park.
However, DaCosta, who has been involved with racing for more than four decades, has not had an easy road to success. He said his love for horse racing started when he was much younger.Watch Video Read Article
The great thing about sports is that you constantly have to prove yourself. At just nine years old, Christanya Shirley already knows she has to get herself fully engaged, becoming more familiar with her sport and consistently improving each action to ensure she excels at her craft.Read Article
Former world record holder and one of the five fastest men in the world, Asafa Powell may not have as many individual gold medals as some of his track-and-field counterparts, but most likely, he will be the first athlete in history to run 100 sub-10 seconds races over 100 metres.Watch Video Read Article
It can feel, sometimes, as if it is impossible to move towards your dreams. You know exactly what you want to do, but there are endless obstacles in your way. However, top-ranked national tennis player Jenna Harrison is working hard to fulfil her dreams of being the best female in the game in Jamaica, across the region and the worldWatch Video Read Article
Any woman who has ever participated in a male-dominated arena can tell you that she has probably heard the words "what do you know about ... ?" at some time or another. For female apprentice jockeys Mellisa Ward and Andree Powell, their time in the male-dominated sport of horse racing hasn't been any different. Ward, 23, and Powell, 27, were graduates of the Jockeys Training School in 2015 and have been making names for themselves at Caymanas Park since.Watch Video Read Article