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NCAA: Wiggins plans to enter NBA draft after stint in Kansas

Kansas forward Andrew Wiggins has officially announced he’ll be entering the NBA draft. The Vaughan native hopes to be the number one pick, saying it’s been a dream of his. His aspirations are set quite high, despite the Jayhawks’ March Madness loss to Stanford. The March Madness final four is now written in stone, as Read More

Ralph Wilson, longtime fixture in Buffalo Bills history, dies at 95

Ralph Wilson, founder and longtime owner of the Buffalo Bills, has died at 95. From 1960 until his retirement last year, Wilson brought the Bills to two AFL championship wins in 1964 and 1965, as well as four straight Super Bowl appearances from 1991 to 1994. He was also named in the Pro Football Hall Read More

NFL: Ralph Wilson, longtime Buffalo Bills fixture, dies at 95

Ralph Wilson, founder and longtime owner of the Buffalo Bills, has died at 95. From 1960 until his retirement last year, Wilson brought the Bills to two AFL championship wins in 1964 and 1965, as well as four straight Super Bowl appearances from 1991 to 1994. He was also named in the Pro Football Hall Read More

WADA approves of Jamaica’s drug testing reforms

The World Anti-Doping Agency says Jamaica’s drug testing program is back on track according to requirements. A recent visit to the island by WADA delegates found much improvement in their follow up to last year, when the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission faced trouble prior to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. (Image source: Wikimedia Commons)

Phil Jackson named as new Knicks president

The New York Knicks have introduced their newest team president. Phil Jackson is being seen as someone who could bring life into the struggling franchise. The Knicks are currently 27-40 this season, and so the 13-time NBA champion was understandably welcomed by management. (Image source: NBA/The Score)

Blake to join competitors at upcoming Diamond League meet in New York

Former 100-metre champion Yohan Blake will be running at the 10th Adidas Grand Prix this June in New York City. The Diamond League event will also feature Australian hurdles champion Sally Pearson and Ukrainian high jumper Bohdan Bondarenko. Blake became the world 100-metre champion in 2011 with a personal best of 9.69 seconds, only behind Read More

Gold for Fraser-Pryce at IAAF World Indoor Championships

Jamaican star runner Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce celebrates a gold medal in the women’s 60 metre event at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland. She finished in 6.98 seconds, beating Muriel Ahoure of the Ivory Coast, who took silver, and Tianna Bartoletta of the US, with bronze. Jamaica also claimed silver in the women’s 4×400 Read More

JADCO doping control officer fired

Dr. Paul Wright of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission, has been fired as the doping control officer. He says no reasons were given but he suspects it had to do with comments he made on BBC. He said “there is no successful whistle-blower who is not a pariah”. Dr. Wright has over 30 years of experience Read More

Team Canada returns home from Sochi with 25 medals

Team Canada is back on home soil after the end of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. They’re ranked third behind Russia and Norway in the medal count, with 10 gold, 10 silver and 5 bronze. The final medal was won by the men’s hockey team, who crushed Sweden 3-0 to take the gold.

Jamaican high school athlete Cavahn McKenzie dies at 17 in Trinidad

Jamaican high school athlete Cavahn McKenzie has died at a track meet in Trinidad & Tobago. The 17-year-old, affectionately known as “Jaguar”, reportedly collapsed during competition while representing his country.


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