Monthly Archives: May 2016

Wisynco to fuel Racers Grand Prix, future Jamaican athletes

Wisynco Group Limited, through its brands Wata and Powerade, has accepted the task of fuelling athletes for the inaugural staging of the Jamaica National (JN) Racers Grand Prix.

Reggae Boy Blake saves Kaka penalty in MLS action 

Reggae Boy and Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake produced a great save to keep out a penalty kick from Orlando City’s Kaka in the MLS game on Wednesday.

FLORIDA, United States (CMC) — Trinidad and Tobago international Kevin Molino scored off the bench for Orlando City, while Jamaican goalkeeper Andre Blake saved a crucial penalty from Brazilian star Kaka to earn Philadelphia Union a 2-2 draw in Major League Soccer action here Wednesday night.

Sprint giants clash at Prefontaine Classic 

POWELL… will hunt another sub-10 clocking. GATLIN… American will cross swords with Jamaican Asafa Powell

Jamaica’s double Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce leads nine other Jamaicans, including Omar McLeod, Hansle Parchment, Asafa Powell and Elaine Thompson, into action at the PreFontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, USA, today.

LT. STITCHIE DEFENDS HIS INTEGRITY, AFTER BEING SLAMMED ON FLORIDA RADIO STATION BY POPULAR GOSPEL PROMOTER! 

Pastor, motivational speaker, author and iconic recording artist, Lt. Stitchie, is today defending his integrity after Brother Gary Smith, a popular gospel promoter, went on the radio and began tarnishing his name.

TRAGEDY STRIKES SINGER NESBETH AGAIN, AS HIS SISTER DIES MONTHS AFTER HIS WIFE!

Nesbeth, at the funeral service for his wife, Annmarie Elliott-Nesbeth, on March 12.

Roots, rock, reggae festivals 

INTERNATIONAL reggae festivals during summer are becoming a strong pull for local reggae acts. Europe is where it all happens for the majority of established Jamaican reggae artistes.