Sean Bailey (right) of St Jago High School and big sister Veronica-Campbell Brown
Sean Bailey (right) of St Jago High School and big sister Veronica-Campbell Brown.
St Jago High School’s Class One 400-metre star Sean Bailey wants to follow in the footsteps of his elder sister and former World and Olympic champion, Veronica Campbell-Brown.
Bailey who won his 400m semi-final yesterday in 47.78 seconds, said the former world and Olympic 100 and 200 metres champion serves as his greatest motivation, and though
So if you work in Kingston and drive back and forth five days a week using your car the cost per week would be $12,200 for the total if the rates remain as proposed. If you drive a larger size SUV or pick up, your cost for using the toll would be $24,500 a week. None of that includes fuel or other costs involved in using a vehicle
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ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica — Acclaimed tennis sisters Venus and Serena Williams are at Jamaica’s Treasure Beach Sports Park in St Elizabeth, for tennis a clinic with youngsters.
The Williams sisters are slated to attend a boxing card featuring Jamaican and Caymanian amateur fighters later today.
Serena is a seventeen-time Grand Slam title winner currently ranked number one in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings. Venus is a seven-time Grand Slam title winner, currently ranked 48.
It was a sprinting sweep for Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who took home the gold medal in the 200M in Moscow on Friday.Fraser-Pryce’s victory came after a gold in the women’s 100M as well.In a race that wasn’t really close, the Jamaican finished in 22.17, followed by
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Seven innocent young people killed in cold blood
The Braeton Massacre
On 14 March 2001, the police leaded by Superintendent Reneto Adams, head of Crime Management Unit killed seven young men at a house in Braeton, Kingston.
The police claimed the men fired upon them after some 60 officers arrived at the house and requested them to give themselves up. According to the police, all seven were killed when the gun fire was returned.
However, residents in the area claim they heard the men pleading for officers to spare their lives before the police took the men back inside the house one at a time and apparently executed them.
A pathologist, sent by Amnesty International, observed the autopsies and noted that six of the seven youths had been shot in the head, with at least one shot fired at close range, and concluded that it was “highly unlikely” that the shooting occurred in the manner suggested by the police and that the pattern of gunshot wounds was “more consistent” with the theory that the men were shot