Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre Walker

Paul-Andre is the Managing Editor at He comes to the role with almost 20 years of experience as journalist. That experience includes all facets of media. He began as a sports Journalist in 2001, quickly moving into radio, where he was an editor before becoming a news editor and then an entertainment editor with one of the biggest media houses in the Caribbean.

Jamaica’s Janieve Russell and the United States’ Shamier Little have begun to develop a little bit of a rivalry in the women’s 400-metre hurdles with the latter enjoying the latest laugh at the Muller Anniversary Games, the London stop for the IAAF Diamond League. 

Jamaica’ Reggae Girlz squandered a glorious opportunity to begin their Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games campaign in Barranquilla, Colombia with a victory over Venezuela. 

Windies A were put to the sword by Surrey batsman, Scott Borthwick on the first day of a tour game in England. 

The United States U20 4x400-metre team at the World Under-20 Championship in Tampere, Finland are the quickest through to the final, but only just, with a Jamaican team showing themselves up for a fight. 

Jamaica’s Christopher Taylor was expected to claim gold at the IAAF World Under 20 Championships in Tampere, Finland but nobody told Belgium’s Jonathan Sacoor. 

If the Windies thought they were in for a walkover against Bangladesh in their second Test at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, the first session of the first day might just have caused them to rethink that. 

A personal best from Barbadian Jonathan Jones made him the fastest qualifier through to the next round of the 400 metres in Tampere, Finland where the IAAF World Under 20 Championship at the Ratina Stadium this morning Caribbean time. 

Jamaican 400-metre hurdler Janieve Russell has been plagued by injuries and has just failed, save for her Commonwealth gold earlier this year, to really make a mark on the world scene when it matters most. 

Jamaica’s Janieve Russell is one of the finest 400-metre hurdlers in the world today, but had it not been for a happy mistake, her career might have taken a completely different turn. 

The Windies 'A' were forced to hang on to a draw in their unofficial Test against India 'A' after a monumental second innings fightback left them with little or no chance at a win. 

While Windies skipper Jason Holder is happy with the all-round performance of the Caribbean side after it pulled off the fifth biggest Test win in history against Bangladesh earlier this week, he is still warning his charges about the importance of staying consistent. 

Windies ‘A’ have found themselves in a fight at the end of day two in their unofficial Test against India ‘A’ in Beckenham, England. 

St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation President, Venold Coombs, can take no part in FIFA-related football activities for the next two years as the sport’s governing body banned him in the wake of a guilty finding on corruption charges. 

The trouble good pace bowling would give to Bangladeshi batsmen in their two-game ICC Test Championship outings against the Windies came to the fore in 18.4 overs this morning, as the Windies ran through the innings like a hot knife through butter at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. 

Despite holding a lower Test ranking, there are more than a few pundits who expect the Windies to give a Bangladesh team hell over two Tests in the Caribbean on two conditions. 

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