Officials pose for a photo op at the handover ceremony of Petrojam Ltd’s sponsorship of the eleventh staging of the Jamaica International Invitational Meet. The cheque worth $5 Million will go a far way to ensuring that the Jamaica Invitational maintains it’s IAAF World Challenge affiliation and continues to produce the impressive world leading performances. Read More »
Officials pose for a photo op at the handover ceremony of Petrojam Ltd’s sponsorship of the e...
Kingston, Jamaica – May 1, 2014: In response to an appeal for support from the organising committee...
Kingston, Jamaica – May 1, 2014: In response to an appeal for support from the organising committee of the Jamaica International Invitational Meet (JIIM), the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) Group has provided $6 million for the staging of the prestigious sporting event. The contribution which came courtesy of the PCJ and its subsidiaries PETCOM and Wigton Windfarm Limited, was ... Read More »
Walter Dix is an Olympic Games Double bronze medallist and a World Championships double silver medallist in the 100m and 200m from Beijing 2008 and Daegu 2011 respectively. He has yet to run in Kingston and Kingston is waiting. Dix is known for his high cyclic rate turn-overs, which will surely be an asset at this year Jamaica International Invitational. ... Read More »
Justin Gatlin has been confirmed for the 2014 Jamaica International Invitational Meet. Gatlin, whose list of accomplishments include World and Olympic Champion (indoor and outdoor), boasts a personal best of 9.79s in the 100m and 19.86s in the 200m. Track and Field fans are sure to be in for a treat with Gatlin’s brand of bravado. Read More »
Nesta Carter is a regular at the Jamaica International Invitational Meet and Jamaica is happy to have him. 2014 will also see Carter confirmed for participation. Nesta Carter is the 5th fastest of all time over 100m. It’s gonna be “HOT” in Kingston on May 3rd. Read More »
Curtis Mitchell, the 200m Bronze Medallist from Moscow, seeks to make his Jamaica International Invitational debut in 2014. Mitchell has a personal best time of 19.97 seconds achieved in 2013 in Moscow, which he seeks to lower in 2014. Kingston awaits. Read More »