Jamaica can boast that it has the biggest relay festival in the Caribbean - The Gibson McCook Relays. But what do you know about the  the festival? Before you tune into SportsMax at 4pm on Saturday or from 9am online, learn the rich history of this wonderful event.

Cavalier registered yet another win over Waterhouse courtesy of a goal from Nicholas Hamilton.  Waterhouse have not beaten Cavalier in four years.

Team LeBron took home a victory in the 2019 NBA All-Star Game, beating Team Giannis 178-164 on Sunday. 

Rusea's head coach Roderick Myles believes his team will find it difficult to win Western Champs because of the size of his squad. However, the competition, heightened by the inclusion of the Digicel Grand Prix is welcome.

LeBron James has expressed his full support for Colin Kaepernick, after the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback settled his collusion case against the NFL. 

At 69-years-old David 'Scorcher' Mckenzie becomes oldest ever winner at Sabina Park.

Players believe Waterhouse's fans are their greatest supporters but the respect of those fans has to be earned.

Daughter of World T20 star, Krishmar Santokie, Krishel, is coming of age and her coach at Vere Technical High School, Floyd Coke, believes a star is in the making.

Windies captain, Jason Holder, has been suspended for the final Test against the touring England. Holder was suspended for having a slow overrate in the second Test, even though the game ended within three days. Is there a ploy to help England avoid a whitewash?

Spotlight on Amal Knight

February 04, 2019

Amal Knight, the captain and goalkeeper of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is in the Spotlight this week.

Midfielder Kemoy Atkinson is an important player for the University of the West Indies (UWI). He believes he has a lot to offer on the football pitch for UWI this season. Find out why.

Monaco have agreed a deal with Chelsea to bring Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas to Ligue 1.

The 31-year-old had been out of favour at Stamford Bridge this season and, with his contract expiring in June, has departed for the French top flight on a three-and-a-half-year contract.

Fabregas joined Chelsea from Barcelona in 2014 and had initially been a key player for Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, winning the Premier League title under both.

However, Maurizio Sarri's arrival ahead of 2018-19 effectively spelled the end of Fabregas' Chelsea career, as the Italian brought in his former Napoli midfielder Jorginho, who instantly took the Spaniard's position.

The transfer brings Fabregas' long association with English football to an end, at least for the time being, having played 501 times for Arsenal and Chelsea.

"It is a great pleasure to join AS Monaco, a new project for me," said Fabregas. "The group is of quality with young players and a young coach. 

"I'm here to help the team, I'm looking forward to starting, we have a great match to play in Marseille on Sunday. I am very excited."

Fabregas' move also sees him reunite with former Gunners team-mate Thierry Henry.

Henry spoke at a news conference on Monday confirming his interest in Fabregas, whom he claims to have spoken to "three times a week since 2007" when the Frenchman left Arsenal for Barca.

Vice-president Vadim Vasilyev added: "We are very pleased to welcome to AS Monaco Cesc Fabregas, a world-class player and a great professional, whose arrival demonstrates the ambition of the club. 

"This is obviously a very good technical reinforcement for the team but we are convinced that his experience at the highest level will bring a lot to our players on and off the field."

Monaco will hope Fabregas' signing can provide the necessary spark to help them avoid the drop.

Henry's side are second from bottom in Ligue 1 and five points adrift of safety after an abysmal start to the season which has seen them win just three times in 18 matches.

Clarendon College won the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup in 2018 and enjoyed a magnificent double when they lifted the Olivier Shield ahead of ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup Champions, Kingston College. The ISSA Champions Cup was won by Cornwall College but that wasn't the entire story of Jamaica's Schoolboy football season. 

SportsMax's Donald Oliver, who was there for every minute of it, remembers the little stories that made up the big stories. He has put together some of his favourites. Just watch!  

Windies middle-order batsman, Shimron Hetmyer, despite not having the most consistent time with the bat since his international debut, has certainly turned some heads and made people, including former regional team batsman, Dwayne Smith. 

Former Windies opening batsman, Dwayne Smith, is happy with the job fellow Barbadian, Jason Holder, has done as captain of the Caribbean team in Tests and One Day Internationals. 

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