Jamaican-team

my school has really strict rule now for Halloween because a bunch of grade 11 guys decided to dress up as a full on Jamaican bobsled team and create a bobsled, riding it down the halls. and when they were called to the office they rode it down one last time and all the students cheered. So now we have a rule about having no bobsleds on school property

Eddie Murphy’s ‘Wonna Deez Nites’ Single

Eddie Murphy’s ‘Wonna Deez Nites’ Single

Is it grammatically correct? No, but damn is it catchy. Over the years, Actor/Comedian/Singer Eddie Murphy has released a reggae track about as often as a blue moon, and on June 30th, he’ll be releasing his latest single “Wonna Deez Nites” through VPAL, a subsidiary label of VP Records. For this song, Murphy teamed with Jamaican dancehall icon Beenie Man to create a wonderfully upbeat summertime…

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Athletics: Birthday girl Thompson wins 200m at Jamaica nationals

Athletics: Birthday girl Thompson wins 200m at Jamaica nationals

KINGSTON (AFP) – Elaine Thompson celebrated her 23rd birthday by winning the 200 metres at the Jamaican trials on Sunday, signalling a possible changing of the guard in Jamaicanwomen s sprints.

Thompson overcame a strong field to win in 22.51 seconds, running into a stiff headwind of 2.4 metres per second and booked her spot on the Jamaican team for the IAAF World Championships in Beijing in…

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Devon Harris is simply one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. From very humble beginnings, Devon Harris overcame all obstacles when he was chosen to lead his home country of Jamaica to the world stage in the 1988 Winter Olympics. At the heart of Devon’s keynote presentations are the lessons he has learned of the power of persistence over all sorts of obstacles in order to live your best life. His mission is to bring his message of how everyone can keep on pushing and working for their dreams every day of their professional as well as personal lives. His triumphant story was featured in the hit Disney movie “Cool Runnings” and he exemplifies dedication and fortitude and inspires audiences to “keep on pushing”. As a motivational speaker, Devon brings his experience of winning and team building and tailors his success story to fit every kind of audience.

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Hot Lessons from Cool Runnings – Coaching for  Personal and Professional Success
This program addresses the powerful role teamwork plays in both your personal and professional life. A high level of team work has been responsible, in part, for a great home environment, miracle drugs, breakthrough technologies, Olympic medals, and conquests of space and sea because these teams have the ability to synergistically harness their members’ talents and energy.

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This program addresses the powerful role teamwork plays in both your personal and professional life. A high level of team work has been responsible, in part, for a great home environment, miracle drugs, breakthrough technologies, Olympic medals, and conquests of space and sea because these teams have the ability to synergistically harness their members’ talents and energy.

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Fashion Wins Footling Medals in London

In the competitive London Olympics, fashion is also entire part of this dissension. many designated hogan scarpe craftsman are oppressive to make the feathers more suitable and surly with plurality fashion elements in it.London sheepskin the fashion factors modernistic the olympics. for more news and reports.we can be acquainted with all of him on the hogan ufficiale sito.LONDON (AFP) - Designer Giorgio Armani predicted that the London Olympics would be the most stylish ever, but fashion experts say there has been as much bad precisianism as elegance whereto display.Except the Stella McCartney-designed British kit that omitted most of the red pertinent to the Union flag, to the US team’s Chinese-made Ralph Lauren uniforms, couture has collided with scrapping hogan 2012 donna throughout the Olympics.The opening exercise offered up a riot of costumes and colours that gave a taste of things to come across.The striking yellows and greens of the Jamaican team’s kit designed by Cedella Marley, the daughter of reggae great Bend the neck Marley, won many fans, while the Czech Republic’s striking outfits provoked mixed reactions.Fashion correspondent Carolyn Asome in The Times newspaper uttered the Czechs sported “the most hideous plastic blue boots known to mankind,” while Hadley Freeman in The Guardian awarded them her fashion gold medal against the Games.Even when the temperature went up accidental Thursday, Czech sportsman Zuzana Hejnova donned her boots to collect the castaneous in the medal exercise for the 400m hurdles.The Mexican troop added a ring of authenticity at the exposition ceremony with their multi-coloured ponchos – which Asome said were in keeping with this season’s trends.Armani himself was roped in to folk art the outfits for his homeland, Italy.

The Spanish athletes were however the first to damaging their own demerol and scrip kits compassed with go-faster flames, which were provided – for free – by Russian bedizenment habitue Bosco Antic.“It’s not at all Latin, it’s clearly more Eastern European,” canoeist Saul Craviotto grumbled per his Twitter account, below to a photo of him exigent straddleback his uniform.Russia’s 1980s football shirt-style outfits were also studied by Bosco.The US delegation – decked out in Ralph Lauren ad eundem they had been during the 2008 Beijing Seasonal Games and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics – raised eyebrows with their significantly French-looking berets.But moment the rest apropos of the uniform looked patriotic enough there was a foofaraw in the United States at what time it emerged forth respecting the Games that the uniforms were made in China, stirring up an inevitable salutatory means of access this US election year.

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This team was full of #hope and #courage and #confidence:
The Jamaican Bobsled Team (in the movie ‘Cool Runnings’)
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Funny and Embarrassing Moments of Filipino Divers in SEA Games 2015. Anyare???

Lol. They remind us of the Jamaican bobsled team at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games - they didn’t do too well either but they weren’t worried about it, everyone loved them and they became famous!

Jamaica no Copa America pushovers, warn Uruguay

ANTOFAGASTA, Chile (Reuters) - Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez warned his Copa America rivals not to take three points for granted against Jamaica after the holders were given a tough opening 1-0 win on Saturday.
Earning a place in this year’s Copa America as one of two invited teams, the Jamaicans deserved at least a draw on their debut after giving as good as they got and Uruguay sneaked the win with a 52nd minute goal by midfielder Cristian Rodriguez.
“It was a very hard match for us,” he said of the Group B win. “My players were surprised, you could see that at the beginning. Jamaica’s team organisation was good with the pressure they put on the ball,” Tabarez told reporters.
“When there is a lot of pressure, there’s little time to think on the ball, that’s going to be hard for opponents … They break well into attack.”
Tabarez said Uruguay tended to start tournaments slowly and the more so this time with a short preparation period.
“We were not sharp with our final shot, we must improve as quickly as possible for this Cup,” he said with the big group match against Argentina on Tuesday.
Jamaica next face Paraguay, who shocked favourites Argentina by coming back from two goals down for a 2-2 draw in La Serena.

(Reporting by Javier Leira in Santiago; Writing by Rex Gowar; Editing by Peter Rutherford)

Jamaica no Copa America pushovers, warn Uruguay

ANTOFAGASTA, Chile (Reuters) - Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez warned his Copa America rivals not to take three points for granted against Jamaica after the holders were given a tough opening 1-0 win on Saturday.
Earning a place in this year’s Copa America as one of two invited teams, the Jamaicans deserved at least a draw on their debut after giving as good as they got and Uruguay sneaked the win with a 52nd minute goal by midfielder Cristian Rodriguez.
“It was a very hard match for us,” he said of the Group B win. “My players were surprised, you could see that at the beginning. Jamaica’s team organisation was good with the pressure they put on the ball,” Tabarez told reporters.
“When there is a lot of pressure, there’s little time to think on the ball, that’s going to be hard for opponents … They break well into attack.”
Tabarez said Uruguay tended to start tournaments slowly and the more so this time with a short preparation period.
“We were not sharp with our final shot, we must improve as quickly as possible for this Cup,” he said with the big group match against Argentina on Tuesday.
Jamaica next face Paraguay, who shocked favourites Argentina by coming back from two goals down for a 2-2 draw in La Serena.

(Reporting by Javier Leira in Santiago; Writing by Rex Gowar; Editing by Peter Rutherford)

Soccer-Jamaica no Copa America pushovers, warn Uruguay

ANTOFAGASTA, Chile, June 13 (Reuters) - Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez warned his Copa America rivals not to take three points for granted against Jamaica after the holders were given a tough opening 1-0 win on Saturday.
Earning a place in this year’s Copa America as one of two invited teams, the Jamaicans deserved at least a draw on their debut after giving as good as they got and Uruguay sneaked the win with a 52nd minute goal by midfielder Cristian Rodriguez.
“It was a very hard match for us,” he said of the Group B win. “My players were surprised, you could see that at the beginning. Jamaica’s team organisation was good with the pressure they put on the ball,” Tabarez told reporters.
“When there is a lot of pressure, there’s little time to think on the ball, that’s going to be hard for opponents … They break well into attack.”
Tabarez said Uruguay tended to start tournaments slowly and the more so this time with a short preparation period.
“We were not sharp with our final shot, we must improve as quickly as possible for this Cup,” he said with the big group match against Argentina on Tuesday.
Jamaica next face Paraguay, who shocked favourites Argentina by coming back from two goals down for a 2-2 draw in La Serena. (Reporting by Javier Leira in Santiago; Writing by Rex Gowar; Editing by Peter Rutherford)