FINALLY, SOME COMMON SENSE AT THE JAAA

It was never a case the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) could win in the public's eye. Not when one of our top athletes, in Danielle Williams, was able to summon the will, skill and desire to rise like the phoenix and become...

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Danielle: Danielle is the French female variant of the male name Daniel, meaning "God is my judge" in the Hebrew language. The name appears in the Bible, where Daniel survives a night in a den of lions. The more common feminine version is "Daniella" or "Daniela" which is used in English, German, Italian, Port