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2016 RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman nominees

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Nominees for the 56th staging of the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman of the year award were announced at the Jamaica Pegasus in St Andrew.

Press Release: IAAF's Special Congress, Monaco

JAAA NEWS RELEASE

DATE: December 16, 2016

Subject: Press Release, IAAF's Special Congress, Monaco

At the recent IAAF’s special congress in Monaco the JAAA opted not to vote. We wish to highlight our reasons for doing this whilst pointing out our continued support for any measures that will ensure that clean athletes compete on a level playing field.  First and

Durban 2022 meet Commonwealth Games Federation deadline

By Liam Morgan

A decision on whether Durban will stage the 2022 Commonwealth Games has been deferred for up to six weeks after the Bid Committee submitted key criteria necessary for them to remain as hosts by today’s deadline.

JAAA National Cross Country Championships

The Championships will be used to select the NACAC Team to the Championships in Boca Raton, Florida on March 4, 2016. 

2016 IAAF Athletes of the Year

Usain Bolt and Almaz Ayana were awarded the male and female IAAF World Athletes of the Year at a ceremony in Monte Carlo.

Press Release: Brian George - SVL JAAA

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) is saddened and shaken by the untimely passing of Mr. Brian George.

JAAA names Team to Rio Olympics

JAAA NEWS RELEASE

DATE: JULY 12, 2016

Subject: JAMAICA’S TEAM – XXXI OLYMPIAD, 2016, RIO DE JANIERO, BRAZIL: AUGUST 5 - 21, 2016

The XXXI Olympiad is scheduled for Rio de Janiero, Brazil, from August 5 - 21, 2016.

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association has named a team of fifty-seven (57) athletes and seventeen (17) officials as follows:

Jamaica's 2016 NACAC U23 Team

JAAA NEWS RELEASE

DATE: JULY 06, 2016

Subject: JAMAICA’S TEAM – NACAC U23 CHAMPIONSHIPS, SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR: JULY 15 - 17, 2016

The NACAC U23 Championships is scheduled for San Salvador, El Salvador, from July 15 - 17, 2016.

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association has named a team of thirty-two (32) athletes and seven (7) officials as follows: