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  • Minister without Portfolio (Sport) Hon. Natalie Neita Headley has expressed pride at Jamaica’s performance at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Poland...
  • The Sport Minister said she was particularly pleased that Jamaica has retained the Women’s 60M title through Shelly Ann’s brilliant run of 6.98 seconds.
  • A 23 member team participated in the 2014 World Indoor Championships in Poland, from March 7- 9.

Minister without Portfolio (Sport) Hon. Natalie Neita Headley has expressed pride at Jamaica’s performance at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Poland, noting that with Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce capturing the World Indoor Title and Jamaica finishing fifth in the medals standing, the nation continues to cement its top ranking in the world of track and field athletics.

“Our athletes continue to demonstrate that for a small country, Jamaica has the capacity, discipline, talent and determination to become a formidable force in athletics. The performance of the team in Poland has served to strengthen our already rich and vibrant history of success in the track and field and the nation is delighted at their performance. I congratulate the athletes and the entire team for another wonderful performance,” Minister Neita Headley said.

The Sport Minister said she was particularly pleased that Jamaica has retained the Women’s 60M title through Shelly Ann’s brilliant run of 6.98 seconds.

A 23 member team participated in the 2014 World Indoor Championships in Poland, from March 7- 9.