Tagged: sports

Reigniting my Table Tennis flame

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I played table tennis it high school, reluctantly at first as I wanted to do track and field but my asthma made me unable to manage the intense training. Table Tennis eventually grew into one of the highlights of my high school years and the sport...

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Usain Bolt delivers 100m Gold again amid doubts

The 100m at the ongoing World Championships in Berlin like all major atheletics events is the headliner event. In 2015 it has taken on added significance as pundits christened as a “Battle to save the sport” and a “Fight between good and evil”. The evil...

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Meet the Lexus LFA Supercar

While attending high school I was a huge car fanatic and was knowledgeable about most popular cars whether it be from North America Europe or Japan. I spent so much money on car magazines and spent hours in heated argumentative discussions with my schoolmates. While...

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World Cup 2010 Group Draw Results

The FIFA World Cup is the most widely viewed sporting event in the world. Italy won the last World Cup in 2006 which was held in Germany and since then the countdown has been ticking down for the 2010 tournament that will be held in...

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A Look back at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics

G’day good people of Jamaipa. I’m reesan from loneleeplanet and I am honoured to be here writing a guest post on jamaipanese.com. Inspired by Jamaipanese’s coverage of the Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid, in this guest post I explore Tokyo’s contribution to the Olympic Movement when...

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Usain Bolt donates signed shoes to charity

Usain Bolt is still riding high on his multiple record breaking sprinting performance from the Beijing Olympics last year and although it’s the early days of the 2009 season his schedule is packed with more than just training. The lightening Bolt has given a boost...

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Boys and Girls Championships 2008

Boys and Girls Champs held in Kingston Jamaica is the biggest yearly track and field event in the western hemisphere. Male and female athletes from from high schools all over Jamaica compete over 4 days in various events for the right to be crowned champions....

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Herbert Henry McKenley – A Great Jamaican

I have been meaning to write this post for almost two weeks now but my internet connection problems, pre-Christmas workload and my coverage of the death at the calarlions.com blog has caused me to delay it. When I started the Calabar Lions blog for my...

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