The sport of netball is likely to be included in the 2022 CAC Games following news that the executive of the Central American and Caribbean Sports Organisation (CASCO) accepted a report of the CACSO Technical Commission that netball is to be included as one of the new sports on the CAC Games Programme.

Jamaican long jumper Delroy Poyser died in the United States on Monday after a long battle with cancer. He was 57.

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English-speaking Caribbean adds four more gold medals on the final night of track and field action at CAC Games.

Good mental preparation, perfect timing, and finding it possible to smile while facing the possibility of defeat, were key factors that contributed to Gareth Henry and Samuel Ricketts winning the gold medal in men’s doubles badminton at the CAC Games in Colombia on Thursday.

Four gold medals were captured by the Caribbean on a competitive penultimate day of the Central American and Caribbean Games.

Jamaica Badminton Association President Nicole Case was confident that Jamaica's team to the CAC Games in Colombia would win medals. 

Levern Spencer won the Women’s high jump at the 2018 CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia on Thursday to hand St. Lucia its first medal of the Games.

Despite a valiant effort from anchor leg runner Junelle Bromfield, Jamaica had to be content with the silver medal in the 4x400m relay at the CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia on Thursday.

Jamaica men’s 4x100m relay team was forced to settle for a bronze medal spot after being beaten to the finish line by the Dominica Republic and Barbados at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia on Thursday.

Jamaica’s women won the 4x100m relay on Thursday at the CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Keshorn Walcott, the 2012 Olympic champion, on Thursday added the 2018 CAC javelin title to his growing resume, and he did it in dramatic fashion.

The time was well below her personal best but Jamaican quartermiler Tiffany James was quick to point out that winning gold was the major objective after claiming the title at the Central American and Caribbean Games on Tuesday night.

The dominant Jamaican was the favorite to claim the top spot on the podium and she did not disappoint.  James led wire to wire to claim the event in 52.35 with her teammate Derri-Ann Hill also managing to get on the podium with a time of 53.30.  The Dominica Republic’s Fiordaliza Cofil took the bronze medal.

The win was the first for James in the event at the senior level, but despite entering the race with the most pedigree the sprinter admits she was eager to avoid overconfidence.

 “I must say I’m happy. I feel good. I didn’t come out here today with a time in mind I just wanted to win.  I was very nervous, I know I am the best by time but I have learned never to underestimate the field,” James said after the race.

“I’m a very confident person so I would never doubt myself.  I just went out there to run and I won so I am happy.”

 

After winning her first senior medal in the 100m at the CAC Games on Monday, T&T’s Khalifa St. Fort acknowledges that there are a few things she needs to improve on if she is to successfully transition into the senior ranks of athletics.

Jamaica’s Tiffany James put in a commanding performance to claim the women’s 400m title at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia on Wednesday night.

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