Colombia Defeats Greece, 3-0, in World Cup Opener in Brazil

Above: the Estadio Mineirao in Brazil By the Caribbean Journal staff Colombia defeated Greece, 2-0, on Saturday in its opening match at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Colombia quickly got on the board when Pablo Armero scored in the […]


Cricket: Grenada to Host Opening Matches of Caribbean Premier League 2014

Above: Grenada’s National Cricket Stadium By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada will be hosting the opening games of the second season of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League cricket tournament. The tournament’s opening matches will be hosted at Grenada’s National Cricket […]


11 Caribbean Baseball Players to Watch in the 2014 Season

Above: Robinson Cano By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean seems to be taking over the baseball world. From David Ortiz’s postseason heroics to the rookie-season surge of Yasiel Puig, the region continues its rise as perhaps the single-greatest source […]


Victoria Duval Out in First Round of Sony Open in Key Biscayne

Above: Victoria Duval By Alexander Britell KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. — Haitian-American tennis star Victoria Duval lost her first-round match at the Sony Open on Wednesday in straight sets. Duval fell 7-6, 6-1 to 22-year-old Netherlands native Kiki Bertens, who is […]

Mini Cooper Ad Imagines Mini Usain Bolt

Above: the Gitam BBDO Ad By the Caribbean Journal staff A recently-released print advertisement for Mini Cooper imagined a “mini” Usain Bolt. The advertisement, meant to imply the pocked-sized speed of the Mini Cooper S automobile, was produced by advertising […]

How Caribbean Skiers Fared in Sochi

Above: St John’s Jasmine Campbell at Sochi By the Caribbean Journal staff The Jamaican bobsleigh team received much of the publicity, but a number of skiers representing Caribbean nations made their mark at the Sochi Olympics. So how did they […]


Jamaican Bobsledders Exit Sochi, But Plan Olympic Return

Above: Jamaica’s bobsledders in action By the Caribbean Journal staff They didn’t medal, and they didn’t really come close. But it’s hard to call the Jamaican Bobsleigh Team’s time at Sochi anything but a resounding success. Winston Watt and Marvin […]

Jamaica Unveils New Puma Bobsleigh Uniforms, Readies For Competition

Above: Winston Watt offers a sneak peak of the bobsleigh team’s new kit By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s Bobsleigh Team has unveiled its new uniforms for Sochi, as the group readies for the start of competition on Sunday. The […]

Panama to Host Games Between Yankees, Marlins in March

Above: Rod Carew Stadium in Panama By the Caribbean Journal staff The New York Yankees and the Miami Marlins will play a two-game series of exhibition games in Panama City next month, the clubs announced Thursday. The two-game series will […]


Caribbean Idea: Could the Caribbean Host the Olympic Games?

WHILE THE Caribbean has become relatively accustomed to dominating at the Summer Olympics, this year’s crop of Caribbean winter athletes has us thinking. With all of the Caribbean’s continued success in international athletics, why couldn’t the region (or one of […]

8 Caribbean Athletes Participating in the Sochi Winter Olympics

Yes – the Caribbean has Winter Olympians — and probably more than you think. A group of athletes from the region have headed to Russia to compete in the Sochi Winter Olympics this year, from young upstarts to grizzled veterans. […]

British Virgin Islands Skier Qualifies for Sochi Winter Olympics

Above: Peter “Adam” Crook By Alexander Britell Is it getting a little sunnier in Sochi? The Jamaican bobsled team now has some Caribbean company: for the first time in more than three decades, the British Virgin Islands has a Winter […]


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