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Five Caribbean countries now know who and where they’ll play in the group stages of this summer’s Gold Cup in the United States. Following the draw last month Jamaica, which reached the final of soccer’s premier international tournament for countries in the Caribbean, North and Central America (CONCACAF), was placed in Group C, where the Reggae Boyz will face Mexico, which beat them in the 2015 Gold Cup final.
The 2017 international outdoor track season shifts into high gear this month with the staging of the IAAF World Relays April 22 and 23 in Nassau, The Bahamas. Track powerhouse nations, including several from the Caribbean, plus the United States, Europe and Africa, are set to compete in a variety of events ranging from 4x100 to 4x800 meters at the T. Robinson Stadium in a preview of this year’s World Championships in Athletics.
HOUSTON, Texas - A Hollywood smile still comes easily to Andre “L.A.” Lewis. Still, it masks a bruising journey the Jamaican’s professional soccer career has taken so far in North America. For Lewis, so much had been expected for such a long time, it’s hard to believe he’s still only 22. His fairy tale run kicked off as a top player at St. George’s College, at that time the best high school team in the Caribbean island. That earned him a starring role at the 2011 FIFA Under-17 World Cup – where he scored a spectacular goal against France - and a call-up to the senior Reggae Boyz World Cup qualifying squad.
The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) can confirm that the biggest party in sport will return to the USA after the International Cricket Council (ICC) approved the staging of Twenty 20 fixtures in 2017.  The Hero CPL has gained approval from the ICC to stage the event, who are the approving authority whilst USACA’s membership of the ICC remains suspended. The fixtures will be played in Central Broward Stadium, Lauderhill once more.
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Calabar and Edwin Allen, the reigning kings and queens of Jamaica’s illustrious high school track and field competition, extended their grip on the throne at the national championships here. When the dust finally settled at the 2017 ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships, popularly known as “Champs and widely regarded as the biggest meet of its kind in the world, both schools had withstood robust challenges from fierce rivals across the Caribbean island to emerge winners.
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