Video of the relay that set a new world record -- again -- by Jamaica -- AGAIN: click here!
The video of Half Way Tree in Kingston, Jamaica, as world record-breaking HISTORY is being made: click here!
|USA Olympic gold-winning gymnastics team, including Gabrielle Douglas,|
(2nd from right), first ever and first black to win team and individual gold...
They are doing the Usain "Lightning" Bolt To Di Worl' pose! :)
Hansle Parchment's story: http://www.jamaicaolympics.com/archives/3015
From Jamaica's Observer: Parchment makes history!
Hansle Parchment made history when he became the first Jamaican to medal in the men’s 110m hurdles at the Olympics. Parchment set another national record of 13.12 after running 13.14 in the semis.
Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/Parchment-makes-history-#ixzz22zLSWmLe
GATLIN FAILED TO DELIVER GOLD OR BEAT BOLT OR BLAKE AS HE PREDICTED|
I wonder how Gatlin feels knowing that he had nothing positive to say about Usain Bolt's and Blake only to be placed third behind them ????????"
|Vogue magazine catches up with Usain Bolt|
|4x400 women's relays - bronze|
|4x100 women's relays - silver|
Video of Half Way Tree during Shelly-Ann's stunning 100m gold and Veronica Campbell-Brown's bronze:
|Shot put finalist Dorian Scott|
|Kenneth on the left is 6'2" and one of the shortest in his class; his opponent in the Olympics was 6'7"!|
Ending score was Jam 4, Chi 6...some well placed kick an tump made our Edwards very hard to beat!
Read here about Samantha Albert, Jamaica's first ever competitor in Olympic Equestrian events! She also represented us in this event at Beijing Games in 2008!
|TeamJamaica cheering Samantha Albert on from the Equestrian dressage event stands!|
|Alia Atkinson, Jamaica's first EVER Olympic swimmer and she placed FOURTH in finals, first in her semi heat!|
Had the worst lane that suffers a lot of waves from what I read! Amazing first time performance! (In the finals, she repped us in Beijing!)
|Alia Atkinson in her swim-off to break a semi-finals tie with Canada...she won the swim-off and went on to the finals!|
Went on to become the fourth best swimmer on the planet...JAMAICA! :)