Jamaica is known world-wide for it’s performance in the area of track and field. In honour of our Jamaica 50 celebration and the up coming London 2012 Olympics, we will be showcasing a series of little known facts/statistics about our Olympics history.
First in this series is a look at our medal tally over the years and the venues where these medals were won. Please leave a comment and remember to share and like our page.
- Jamaica and The London 2012 Olympics: The Official List of Athletes and Delegates representing Jamaica (theislandjournal.wordpress.com)
- Jamaica and The London 2012 Olympics: Jamaican Athletes representing, Jamaica (theislandjournal.wordpress.com)
- Jamaica National Trials 2012: Slow Bolt, Fast Beast and Limping Asafa (Yohan Blake, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell) (theislandjournal.wordpress.com)
- London 2012 Olympics: Usain Bolt orders special bed to boost his gold medal prospects (telegraph.co.uk)
Jamaica is renown for it’s excellence in track & field. In this infographics, we highlight Jamaica’s performance at each Olympics from 1948 to 2012 London games. With Rio 2016 only a few months away, we pause to reflect on our past achievements.
What’s your prediction for the total number of medals Jamaica will earn in Rio?
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