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Sport Matters

Mem­bers of The Uni­ver­si­ty of the West In­dies’ Fac­ul­ty of Sport, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Guardian Me­dia’s Sports Desk, started a dis­cus­sion on sport­ing mat­ters through­out the cam­pus­es and as they af­fect the re­gion in August 2019.


Sport Pulse

The Faculty of Sport (UWI) is pleased to partner with The Sunday Gleaner in two fortnightly columns highlighting advances in sport in Jamaica.  This partnership started in June 2022.

We look forward to your continued readership.


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The definition of insanity

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Pain in athletes: Why does it persist?


People who experience persistent pain are often frustrated because they may spend months or years trying treatments which do not remove

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Pacing the development of young athletes


“How do we train the next generation of athletes?”


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December 05, 2022

Taking Caribbean Sport to a Higher Level

Photo caption: Mona BSc graduates 2022, with members of faculty, Dr. Aldeam Facey, Dean Mansingh, Mr

November 23, 2022

Caribbean sport events as teaching and research sites

Photo Credit: TTNA


November 02, 2022


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