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Sprinters when they are really injured need months to recover, not days or even weeks, Sherone & Tyson are examples. I believe injury and their symptoms appear when one is under prepared and very significantly when one FEARs being beaten. Is FEAR the real reason we had few Jamaican male sprinters on show last week? Note some ran a week later when big money was on the table.
Big-up Shelly, VCB, Sherone Kerron and all dem athletes who ran for the Jamaican people, in the absence of big bucks and in the presence of big stars from other countries.
The FALSE-START thing no work so well here we will say equipment malfunction and make you run, so do the injury thing weeks before the event so it believable, or betta yet just say "we not ready to open the season yet".
commented on Saturday, May 11, 2013
So, Mr. Tracey, I hope you finally see that this Jamaica cricket team is really mediocre. I hope you will come to admit that you were wrong about them and that they were only able to win the games they did because the teams they played against were also awful.
I'm not really sorry that their luck ran out at the time it did. I think they were a poor example to young cricketers. I was concerned that young cricketers would look at their mediocre performance, that resulted in them winning, as some kind of message that they (young cricketers) do not have to work hard and perform well to win.
Now that this overrated, underperforming Jamaica team has lost everything in the end, I hope that our young cricketers will take it as a lesson that luck will only carry you but so far, and eventually luck will desert you and you fall flat on your face! That's what happened to the Jamaica team!
commented on Thursday, May 09, 2013
where is Mr. Tracey
commented on Monday, April 29, 2013
I have read a few comments and this one out the most.I agree with you sir/madam. I have been saying a long time."I'm very surprised to hear and see you bigging up those young athletes who found it so difficult to say a few words in english to the interviewer after their races at the Carifta Games in the Bahamas. I would expect you to take the occasion to remind those people who are insisting that patois be our official language how they are limiting the fortunes of our children.
These people should realize that patois is not only limiting in verbal expression, but even more limiting in thought and analysis.
As much as I applaud the performances of these young athletes, I must say how embarrassed I was to see their after race interiews.
These young athletes must be given crash courses as a part of their training. Being so high profile, these Jamaican athletes must realize that they are gonig to be sought after for comments on their performances. And the way to avoid this kind of embarrassment in the future is to train these kids to express themselves - IN ENGLISH.
commented on Tuesday, April 02, 2013"
commented on Friday, April 19, 2013
OMG I love this guy... so truthful and hillarious..
commented on Friday, April 05, 2013
can u add tonight commentary please
commented on Tuesday, April 02, 2013
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