Jamaica competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics with 50 athletes in 4 sports
how many athletes from Jamaica were entered in the Beijing Olympics 2008
I think that Jamaica first competed in the Olympics in 1948. I think that Jamaica first competed in the Olympics in 1948.
Athletes from Jamaica are scheduled to compete in bobsled, skeleton, and freestyle skiing at the 2010 Olympics. Athletes from Scotland compete with the team from Great Britain in the Olympics.
There will be 75 athletes competing for Jamaicia
Usain Bolt (Jamaica)
Men: Usain Bolt (Jamaica) Women: Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jamaica)
Usain Bolt of Jamaica
Jamaica in the 4-man bobsled.
50 athletes (25 men and 25 women)
No, the Olympics were not held in Jamaica
Germaine Mason.Mason jumped 2.34 meters to win the silver medal. Mason was born in Jamaica and competed for Jamaica in several international meets prior to the 2008 Olympics. He was allowed to compete for Great Britain because his father was born in London.Mason is a cousin of Simeon Williamson, current British 100 meter dash champion.
11 Total: 6 Gold 3 silver 2 Bronze
There are 114 Jamaican athletes
They have 50 athletes in 4 sports and won 12 medals 4 Gold 4 Silver and 4 Bronze
Jamaica has never hosted the Olympics
No. Jamaica is not going to host the Olympics.
Jamaica first competed in the Olympics at the 1948 Summer Games in London. They sent 13 athletes to compete in athletics, weightlifting, and boxing. Two Jamaican athletes won medals at the 1948 Games: 1) Arthur Wint - gold in men's 400 meter dash and silver in men's 800 meter run. Wint is the first Jamaican athlete to win an Olympic gold medal. 2) Herb McKenley - silver in men's 400 meter dash.
Jamaica sent a delegation of 50 athletes (25 men and 25 women), and its athletes broke the nation's record for the number of medals (all 12 awarded in the track and field), won in a single games.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, that would be Usain Bolt of Jamaica who set an Olympic and world record in the 100 meter dash at 9.69 seconds at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica won the 100m in 10.78s. Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica won the 200m in 21.74s.
9.69 seconds by Usain Bolt of Jamaica at the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica with a 9.69 in the 100 meters final at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica won gold and ran the fastest time at 10.78 seconds.