The first ever Jamaican long jump World Champion, Tajay Gayle, has his sights set on becoming one of the top sprinters locally and he started the journey at last Saturday's Milo Western Relays, held at the G.C. Foster College. Competing in the 60... (Date:02/12/2020 06:46) Read full article >>

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