Aug 16, 2013
Bell doubtful as Jamaica target medal
Javere BelL believes that Jamaica stands a good chance of at least repeating its bronze medal in the 4x400 metres from the last IAAF World Championships in Athletics, in Daegu, South Korea, but there is strong doubt about whether or not the national 400m champion will be able to line up in the final today.
Monster Mash - 400m hurdles claims Jamaican scalps at Wca
Jamaica's Annsert Whyte trails the Dominican Republic's Felix Sanchez and Cuba's Omar Cisneros during the men's 400 metres hurdles at the World Championships of Athletics at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow yesterday.
Wilson makes hurdles final, but compatriots fall by the wayside
Nickiesha Wilson had to wait a few anxious moments after her 400m hurdles semi-finals on yesterday's fourth day of the 14th IAAF World Championships at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow to find out if she had made it to her second final, after placing fifth in a season's best 54.94 seconds.
Hurdlers seek best
Only the Unites States have a better placing record in the 400m hurdles at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics than Jamaica.
Fraser-Pryce spares blushes
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce motors away from her opponents, as she annhilated the field to win the women's 100 metre final at the World Athletics Championships, at the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, yesterday.