Leighton Levy

Leighton Levy

Leighton Levy is a journalist with 28 years’ experience covering crime, entertainment, and sports. He joined the staff at SportsMax.TV as a content editor two years ago and is enjoying the experience of developing sports content and new ideas. At SportsMax.tv he is pursuing his true passion - sports.

Coach Christopher Smart is hoping that when the St. Catherine Racers take on the Kingston Hummingbirds on Wednesday night, they would have sorted their shooting issues.

Cedella Marley has designed a collection of jewellery to commemorate Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz historic World Cup qualification with the profits from sales donated to the team’s world cup preparation.

The Jamaica Athletic Administrative Association (JAAA) is planning to host more All Comers meets and have a camp somewhere in the Middle East in September as it confronts anticipated challenges associated with the World Championships in Qatar in 2019.

Former South African batsman Nic Pothas has been appointed interim head coach of the Windies Men's team with immediate effect.

Wavell Hinds, President and CEO of the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) believes the newly introduced insurance plan for retained players will help players focus on improving themselves as professionals.

Jamaica’s Reggae Warriors have been lauded for their resilience by Jamaica’s Minister of Sports Olivia Grange, in the wake of qualifying for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

Jamaica and the USA have named 19-man squads for their clash at the Hodges Stadium, University of North Florida, Jacksonville on Saturday which will decide the eleventh nation to qualify for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England.

As the Reggae Warriors prepare for Saturday's game against the United States in the Americas Championships with a spot in the World Cup on the line, coach Romeo Monteith reveals that the team has been focused on tactics and getting healthy.

Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson won her seventh gold medal on the FINA World Cup Tour on Friday, taking the 100m breaststroke on the opening day in Singapore on Friday.

Julian Robinson, Jamaica’s premier throws coach has been named North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACAC) Track and Field Association Coach of the Year. Robinson is the Coach the Fedrick Dacres, NACAC Senior Men’s Athlete of the Year.

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