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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Wins 200M at Zurich Diamond League

 Above: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce By the Caribbean Journal staff No one can beat Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on the track right now. The Jamaican sensation continued her sterling summer with a first-place finish in the 200M at the Zurich Diamond League meet on …

Kirani James Finishes Second in Zurich

 Above: Kirani James By the Caribbean Journal staff It wasn’t the victory he wanted, but it was start. Thursday’s second-place finish at the 400M in Zurich did represent an improvement for Grenada’s Kirani James as he seeks to rebound from …

Jamaica’s Fraser-Pryce Finishes Third at Monaco Diamond League

 Above: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce By the Caribbean Journal staff Four-time Olympic medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce finished third in the women’s 200M at the Monaco Diamond League on Friday. She won the silver in the 200M in London last summer. Fraser-Pryce had come …

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 Above: the men’s 100M in Rome By the Caribbean Journal staff Sprinting superstar Usain Bolt finished second in the men’s 100M at the Rome Diamond League meet on Thursday, beaten out by one one-hundredth of a second by America’s Justin …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaican sprinter Nickel Ashmeade took first place in the 200 metre men’s race at the Eugene Diamond League meet this weekend in Oregon. Ashmeade, who also took home first place in the 200M at last …

 Above: Warren Weir By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s Warren Weir took home the crown in the men’s 200M in New York on Saturday, finishing in 20.11, ahead of Panama’s Alonso Edward and the United States’ Jeremy Dodson. It was …

 Above: Kirani James By the Caribbean Journal staff Kirani James returned to the racing circuit Saturday with a victory in the 400M at the Shanghai Diamond League meet. It was James’ first race since winning the 400M in 44.72 at …

 Above: Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce won the 200M women’s race Friday in her return to Diamond League racing in Doha. The two-time Olympic gold medalist finished in 22.48 seconds, just ahead of …

 Above: a Diamond League event in Birmingham (Photo: Samsung Diamond League) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica has begun exploring the possibility of hosting a Diamond League Track and Field meet, according to Sports Minister Natalie Neita-Headley. The Jamaica Athletics …

 Above: Usain Bolt (centre) (FP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake, Jamaica’s star sprinters, each took home victories in the Brussels Diamond League meet on Friday. It was a Jamaican sweep in the 100m, in which …

 Above: Grenada’s Kirani James By the Caribbean Journal staff Olympians Kirani James, Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake all began their post-London work with victories at the latest Diamond League meet in Lausanne. James, who won Grenada’s first-ever gold medal in …

 Above: Jamaica’s Michael Frater (centre) By the Caribbean Journal staff Fresh off their world record-breaking performance in the Men’s 100m relay in London, Jamaica’s Nesta Carter and Michael Frater finished second third in the men’s individual 100m in Stockholm. The …

 Above: Kirani James By Lincoln Depradine Kirani James has done it again. After the 19-year-old Grenadian star won the 400 meters on August 30 at the World Championships in South Korea in 44.60 seconds, he bettered his own World Championship …