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Weir has my full support! - Rugby Union head backs athlete's decision to migrate - Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Rugby Football Union (JRFU) chairman Jerry Benzwick has said that he supports 200m sprinter-turned-rugby player Warren Weir's decision to migrate to Florida for track and field training. It was reported earlier this week that Weir will be ...

Minzie being eyed for Jamaica's Rugby Sevens team - rjrnewsonline.com

Days after quitting the Racers Track Club, national sprinter Jevaughn Minzie could turn out for the Jamaica Rugby Sevens team. 23 year old Minzie left the Glen Mills-coached club recently and is expected to train with the MVP track club next season ...

Weir, Minzie leave Racers Track Club - Trackalerts (blog)

Warren Weir and Jevaughn Minzie have decided to leave Racers Track Club. Weir is leaving to join Lance Brauman's group in Florida, USA while Minzie has switch to MVP. Racers Track Club president and head coach, Glen Mills, was quoted by The Gleaner ...

Weir moves to Florida; Minzie joins MVP - rjrnewsonline.com

Olympic bronze medallist Warren Weir and Jevaughn Minzie are to switch camps when pre season training resumes in the fall. It's understood that Weir will leave the Glen Mills-coached Racers Track Club for Florida while Minzie will head to the nearby ...

Six men dip below 10 seconds in quickest race of the year - sportsmax.tv

Baker, clocking 9.90 seconds, was better than a field that included six athletes under 10 seconds. Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes, who trains in Jamaica with the Racers Track Club of Usain Bolt fame, is proving a crack sprinter, finding the 10-second ...

Thompson, Tracey capture sprint titles at Trials - Jamaica Observer

High drama and controversy in the men's and women's 100m semi-finals stole the spotlight on the second day of the JAAA Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior and Junior Championships, inside National Stadium yesterday. The first semi-final in the ...

Elaine Thompson, Tyquendo Tracey win National 100m titles - Loop News Jamaica

Tracey of MVP Track Club stormed home to take the men's title, in the absence of Yohan Blake, to win his first national title. Tracey came home in a personal best 10.07. Kenroy Anderson of Racers Track Club finished second in 10.24, while Nesta Carter ...

Blake, Anderson, Forte progress to 100m semis at National Trials - Loop News Jamaica

The 28-year-old Blake, running unattached, had to settle for second place in Heat 1 after he and Anderson of Racers Track Club crossed the finish line with identical times of 10.11 seconds. Blake and Anderson finished well clear of Sprintec athlete ...

Forte, Blake, Tracey Among Fastest 100m Qualifiers For Semis - Trackalerts (blog)

Forte was the joint fastest from the quarter-final after winning heat 2 in a season's best 10.11 seconds to finish ahead of his fellow MVP Track Club training partner Nesta Carter, who ran a season's best 10.19 for second to advance as well. Also ...

10 Things to do in Brampton from June 22-24 - Brampton Guardian

Brampton Racers Track Meet: Brampton Racers Track Club is hosting an International Track and Field Meet in partnership with Amateur Athletic Union. Come out and see the upcoming Track and Field stars from Ontario and the USA, ages 5 to 14, compete to ...

Racers humbled by Grenada's vote of confidence - Jamaica Observer

The third staging of the JN Racers Grand Prix has drawn praise from Caribbean neighbours Grenada, not just because of Kirani James' outstanding performance, but what it means for the region. Journalist and sports administrator Michael Bascombe, the ...

Fraser-Pryce returns to winning ways at Racers Grand Prix - Loop News Jamaica

The men's equivalent went to Great Britain Zharnel Hughes, who trains at Racers Track Club. Hughes clocked a new personal best and world leading time of 9.91 seconds, his first sub-10 clocking, to beat American Noah Lyles (9.93), who also dipped under ...

Racers Grand Prix: Zharnel Hughes clocks world leading 9.91s to win 100m - Jamaica Observer

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Racers Track Club young gun Zharnel Hughes of Great Britain, clocked a new world lead and personal best 9.91 seconds to win the men's 100m at the third staging of the JN Racers Grand Prix at the National Stadium a short while ...

National junior sprinter Brianna Williams ready to clash with seniors at Racers Grand Prix - iriefm.net

Some of the best local and international track stars will be on show at the racers grand Prix Track and field meeting tomorrow evening at the National Stadium. The sensational national junior sprinter Brianna Williams will for the first time face off ...

Only the best is good enough for Zharnel Hughes - Jamaica Observer

Having already given an indication of good early season form, Hughes, who is one of Racers Track Club's rising stars, is hoping to establish his mark as one of the stars of the next generation on what is expected to be another explosive night of ...

O'Hara's back...but - Jamaica Observer

Fitzroy Dunkley, running unattached, was quickest in the men's 400m with 46.88 seconds from heat one ahead of Peter Mathews of Akan Track Club in 47.64 seconds. The promising high school star Antonio Watson of Petersfield High was second-fastest in ...

Julian Forte seeks best for Racers Grand Prix - Jamaica Observer

Although holding no real expectations, sprinter Julian Forte is optimistic of producing his best performance yet when he graces the track at the third JN Racers Grand Prix inside the National Stadium. With his season marred by injuries thus far ...

Racers Grand Prix here for long haul — Mills - Jamaica Observer

Despite the absence of the iconic Usain Bolt from the track, conceptualiser and president of Racers Track Club Glen Mills is of the belief that the Racers Grand Prix is here for the long haul. “I would never undersell the importance that Bolt played in ...

Big buzz as Racers Grand Prix online tickets go on sale - Jamaica Observer

Online ticket sales for the third staging of the JN/Racers Grand Prix are set to commence today, and according to general secretary of the Racers Track Club Cynthia Cooke, there is already a buzz from athletics lovers about the early acquisition of ...

'PRIX' APPROVED - Jamaica Observer

Despite the absence of the legendary Usain Bolt, who has retired, organisers of the JN/Racers Grand Prix is promising another spectacular show at this year's third staging scheduled for June 9. With a number of young athletes coming to the fore on the ...

Racers Track Club is a sprint training group based in Kingston, Jamaica established by Glen Mills with the stated aim of producing a greater number of world champions than any other track club. The club is known for training some of the world's best sprinters, world champions currently training with the group include Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.

Racers Track Club is a sprint training group based in Kingston, Jamaica established by Glen Mills with the stated aim of producing a greater number of world champions than any other track club. The club is known for training some of the world's best sprinters, world champions currently training with the group include Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.