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Books by Jamaican Author Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaican Author and Poetess Denise N. Fyffe Denise N. Fyffe, B.Sc., P. Dip., b.1981 in Kingston, Jamaica, completed her Bachelors degree in Career Development and Counselling and Post Graduate Diploma in Education at the Vocational Training and Development Institute (VTDI). She also studied Software Development and Design with the Caribbean Institute of Technology (CIT). As… Continue reading Books by Jamaican Author Denise N. Fyffe

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Bible Study, Jamaican Writers

Abraham’s Inheritance, The Black Nation by Denise N. Fyffe

The Inheritance of Many Nations As I read Romans 4, I allowed the Holy Spirit to reveal the truth of the scriptures to me, a particular concept became very clear. We live in the time of Abraham’s full inheritance that of being a father of many nations. Romans 4:13-25 13 Clearly, God’s promise to give the whole… Continue reading Abraham’s Inheritance, The Black Nation by Denise N. Fyffe

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Daily Journal 2018: Internal Struggles

There are moments in life when you hit a wall and you just can't get over it. These moments can cause a cataclysm of emotions to erupt in the mind and when no answer can be found, frustration erodes the swallow layers of the self. It is then one must dig to the depths to… Continue reading Daily Journal 2018: Internal Struggles

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Summer 2016 Musings #20 – A Change is Coming

I knew this change was coming for sometime. It seems my flesh has been dreading its arrival, but its here. The first day of 2016, I finally restarted my exercise. After taking a break for a year and a half, being sick, having surgery, recovering from surgery; its now time to whip my fleshy flesh… Continue reading Summer 2016 Musings #20 – A Change is Coming

Jamaican Writers

Watch: Simone Facey and Yohan Blake Win 200m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

Yohan Blake was crowned double sprint champion, of the men’s 100 meters and 200 meters and proved that he is returning to his most formidable form. Simone Facey also rose to the top of the pile and maintained her form to take the women’s 200 meters.

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Several finals closed the off the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships on Sunday evening; including the mens and women’s 200 metres finals. Yohan Blake was crowned double sprint champion, of the men’s 100 meters and 200 meters and proved that he is returning to his most formidable form. Simone Facey also rose to the top of the pile and maintained her form to take the women’s 200 meters.

In an outstanding race, Megan Williams dominated the women’s 100 meters hurdles. She was overjoyed, having lost her chance for the World Championships last year.

Simone Facey wins women’s 200m finals

Yohan Blake wins men’s 200m finals

Megan Williams wins women’s 100m hurdles finals

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About the writer:
Poetess Denise N. Fyffe is a published author for more than six years and enjoys volunteering as a Counselor. She has transitioned into being a Jamaican blogger and freelance writer.

Check out her book Fibroids: The…

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Watch: Javon Francis and Stephenie Ann McPherson Win the Men’s and Women’s 400m #JaSeniorTrials

Several finals closed the off the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships on Sunday evening; including the men's and women's 400 metres finals. By evening's end, Javon Francis and Stephenie Ann McPherson were crowned the National Champions. They are expected to represent Jamaica, at the Rio Olympics, in Brazil this summer. Javon 'donkeyman' Francis wins men's 400m final… Continue reading Watch: Javon Francis and Stephenie Ann McPherson Win the Men’s and Women’s 400m #JaSeniorTrials

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Watch: Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade, Julian Forte and Warren Weir Through to 200m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

With enough controversy to last a year, the Jamaican male sprinters, Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade, Julian Forte and Warren Weir choose to play it safe in qualifying for the men’s 200 meters finals. It will be run on Sunday, July 3, 3016 at the National Stadium, in Kingston Jamaica.

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With enough controversy to last a year, the Jamaican male sprinters, Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade, Julian Forte and Warren Weir  choose to play it safe in qualifying for the men’s 200 meters finals. It will be run on Sunday, July 3, 3016 at the National Stadium, in Kingston Jamaica.

Having been disqualified from the men’s 100 meters finals, Julian Forte came blazing out of the blocks and proved that he was a contender for the gold medal.

Yohan Blake wins men’s 200m heat 3

Nickel Ashmeade wins men’s 200m heat 2

Julian Forte wins men’s 200m semis heat 1

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Check out her book The Jamaican Guidance Counsellor’s Handbook

jamaican guidance counsellorThe Jamaican Guidance Counsellor’s Handbook, introduces the Jamaican educational system the development of…

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Watch: Elaine Thompson, Fraser-Pryce and VCB Through to 200m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

Saturday evening offered up expected results for the women’s 200 meters semi-finals. All top three women, Elaine Thompson, Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell Brown, made it through to tomorrow’s finals. We expect tough competition, for Veronica Campbell, as she placed third in her semi and made it through on time.

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THE ISLAND JOURNAL

Saturday evening offered up expected results for the women’s 200 meters semi-finals. All top three women, Elaine Thompson, Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell Brown, made it through to tomorrow’s finals. We expect tough competition, for Veronica Campbell, as she placed third in her semi and made it through on time.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in Women’s 200m heat 1

Veronica Campbell Brown Wins Women’s 200m heat 2

Elaine Thompson Wins Women’s 200m semis heat 3

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jamaican guidance counsellorThe Jamaican Guidance Counsellor’s Handbook, introduces the Jamaican educational system the development of present guidelines and ethical standards. It also explores the counselling process, issues of school management, school organisational structure and several counselling techniques…

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Watch: Yohan Blake Clinch Victory from Nickel Ashmeade To Win 100m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

Usain Bolt withdrew from the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Trials, last evening and did not compete in the men’s 100m. Bolt, Blake, Ashmeade and Bailey Cole all looked comfortable in the earlier rounds. However, this was the finals and everyone would be required to run their heart out, if they hoped to qualify. In the end, it was the ‘saved one’ who clinched the victory by the nose.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

Usain Bolt withdrew from the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Trials, last evening and did not compete in the men’s 100m. Bolt, Blake, Ashmeade and Bailey Cole all looked comfortable in the earlier rounds. However, this was the finals and everyone would be required to run their heart out, if they hoped to qualify. In the end, it was the ‘saved one’ who clinched the victory by the nose.

Yohan Blake is once again the national 100 metres champion. It was truly a photo finish as all the runners dug deep, in the men’s 100m finals.

Section 1       Finals       Wind: 0.7
  1. Blake, Yohan – 9.95#
  2. Ashmeade, Nickel – 9.96#
  3. Minzie, Jevaughn – 10.02#
  4.  Powell, Asafa – 10.03#
  5. Bailey-Cole, Kemar – 10.03#
  6. Givans, Senoj-Jay – 10.06#
  7. Livermore, Jason – 10.19

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Watch: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Dominated by Elaine Thompson in Women’s 100m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

The Jamaican women stormed the finish line, but only one would be crowned the winner. If this is any indication, the standard for women’s sprinting just soared to new heights. Thompson had at least half a metre lead over, these calibre women and managed to equal the national record of 10.70s.

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With hushed silence, seats emptied as everyone rose in anticipation; little did we know that the starters gun would signal the dawn of a new era, in women’s sprinting in Jamaica. The 100 metre ladies were off and in 10 seconds, everyone watched as a new 100 metre champion crossed the finish line in a dominant fashion.

Elaine Thompson is now the national champion of the 100m women race, in Kingston Jamaica. The stadium crowd is beside themselves and everyone is in awe of the new phenom, who slayed a field, which included Pryce and VCB. Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce was second, Christina Williams finished third and crowd favorite, Veronica Campbell Brown had to settle for fourth.

The Jamaican women stormed the finish line, but only one would be crowned the winner. If this is any indication, the standard for women’s sprinting just soared to new heights. Thompson had at least…

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The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships, Gets Underway in Kingston Jamaica

The four day, JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships 2016, begins today June 30, 2016. It is expected to be a great event. The Jamaican athletes will all be on display and attempt to qualify for the Jamaican National Team; representing the country at the Rio Olympics, in summer.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

The four day, JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships 2016, begins today June 30, 2016. It is expected to be a great event. The Jamaican athletes will all be on display and attempt to qualify for the Jamaican National Team; representing the country at the Rio Olympics, in summer.

According to the Jamaica Observer, “The great Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will lead an array of stars and potential stars who will be hoping to punch their tickets to Brazil for the 31st Olympiad between August 5 and 21.

The men’s 100m qualifying event will kick off the proceedings at 10:00 am with six heats of which the seven fastest runners will advance to the quarter-final in which the big guns Bolt, Asafa Powell, Yohan Blake, Kemar Bailey-Cole, Michael Frater, Warren Weir, and Nickel Ashmeade are expected to be in action at 7:00 pm.

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Watch: Usain Bolt wins 100m heats and Julian Forte disqualified #JaSeniorTrials

The lady of misfortune struck in the men’s 100m heats today, as Julian Forte was disqualified, at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships; however, Usain Bolt managed to make it through to the next rounds with 10.15s.

 

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

The lady of misfortune struck in the men’s 100m heats today, as Julian Forte was disqualified, at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships; however, Usain Bolt managed to make it through to the next rounds with 10.15s.

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

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Watch: A ‘Saved’ Yohan Blake wins 100m heats #JaSeniorTrials

It first seemed, a tie, as both Yohan Blake and Bailey Cole came across the finish line together. However, as the smoke cleared the win was given to Blake. Later, in an interview Yohan explained that the blocks slipped and this attributed to his poor start.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

It first seemed, a tie, as both Yohan Blake and Bailey Cole came across the finish line together. However, as the smoke cleared the win was given to Blake. Later, in an interview Yohan explained that the blocks slipped and this attributed to his poor start.

One has to wonder, after watching the interview and hearing the many praises uttered unto God, did the young man find Jesus? Was he humbled over the last couple years with his injury? Are his ‘Beast’ days over and are we seeing the ‘saved’ version of Yohan?

The bible did say, ‘Pride cometh before a fall.’

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Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

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Watch: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Top Women Through to 100m Semis #JaSeniorTrials

All the major players are safely through to the semi-final round of the women’s 100m after the running of the qualifying round at the JAAA/Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior Championships inside the National Stadium.

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All the major players are safely through to the semi-final round of the women’s 100m after the running of the qualifying round at the JAAA/Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior Championships inside the National Stadium.

Christania Williams from the University of Technology is the fastest qualifier after a smooth-looking 11.20 seconds win with Simone Facey, 11.31; reigning Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce; 11.38; Elaine Thompson, 11.38 and Veronica Campbell-Brown, 11.39 all booking their spot to Friday’s semi-final round.

The women’s 100m semi-final is set for 7 p.m. on Friday with the final set for two hours later.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Wins Women’s 100m heat 3

Veronica Campbell Brown Wins Women’s 100m heat

Elaine Thompson Wins Women’s 100m heat

Source: Top women through to 100m semis #JaSeniorTrials | Sports | Jamaica Gleaner

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Watch: Asafa Powell, Third in Men’s 100m Heats #JaSeniorTrials

It was an underwhelming finish for Asafa Powell in the men’s 100m heats at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships. Asafa finished third.

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It was an underwhelming finish for Asafa Powell in the men’s 100m heats at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships. Asafa finished third.

With Jamaica producing a new batch of top performing sprinters each year, Powell will have serious contention to represent Jamaica in Rio this summer.

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of…

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Watch: Nickel Ashmeade and Warren Weir in 100m heats #JaSeniorTrials

Nickel Ashmeade and Warren Weir were pitted against each other, as they usually are, today at the National Stadium. Ashmeade was a class above the rest and won comfortably.

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Nickel Ashmeade and Warren Weir were pitted against each other, as they usually are, today at the National Stadium. Ashmeade was a class above the rest and won comfortably.

*****

Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at Amazon.com.

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Watch: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce Wins Women’s 100m heat 3 #JaSeniorTrials

The pocket rocket, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, was off to a fast start at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships. She won her heat comfortably and wasted no time. This veteran, will undoubtedly be focused on the later rounds and saving her energy for the challenges to come.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

The pocket rocket, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, was off to a fast start at The JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships. She won her heat comfortably and wasted no time. This veteran, will undoubtedly be focused on the later rounds and saving her energy for the challenges to come.

*****

Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of…

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Usain Bolt and Other Sprinting Stars Through to Semis, #JaSeniorTrials

Usain Bolt is safely through to tomorrow’s men’s 100m semi-final but Nickel Ashmeade left yesterday’s opening day of the JAAA/Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior Championships as the most impressive qualifier.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

Usain Bolt is safely through to tomorrow’s men’s 100m semi-final but Nickel Ashmeade left yesterday’s opening day of the JAAA/Supreme Ventures Limited National Senior Championships as the most impressive qualifier. 

Earlier, Clive Pullen produced a personal best 16.90m to win the men’s triple jump event and book his ticket to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Damian McLean, 16.46m was next best with Wilbert Walker, 16.42m finishing third.

The result mean that Pullen will become the first Jamaican since Henry Jackson in 1972 and only the third ever to represent the country in the event at the Olympics.

Ashmeade eased to 10.07 to win his heat ahead of Warren Weir, 10.17 and Chadic hinds, 10.24.

Bolt crossed the line in 10.15 to finish as the winner in his heat with Everton Clarke, 10.16 and Michael Frater, 10.31 also booking automatic qualifying spots.

Also through are Yohan Blake and Kemar Bailey-Cole, who both stopped the…

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JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships, #JaSeniorTrials Schedule Day 2

SUPREME VENTURES/ NATIONAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
JAMAICA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL STADIUM
SESSION: 2 SENIOR TRIALS DAY 2
DAY 2 – FRIDAY 07/01/2016 – STARTS AT 05:00 PM

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SUPREME VENTURES/ NATIONAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
JAMAICA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL STADIUM

Session: 2 SENIOR TRIALS DAY 2
Day 2 – Friday 07/01/2016 – Starts at 05:00 PM
Event Round
  1. 5:00 PM – Men Pole Vault Finals
  2. 5:30 PM – Women Discus Throw Finals
  3. 5:30 PM – Men 100 Meter Dash MASTERS Finals
  4. 5:30 PM – Men 400 Meter Dash MASTERS Finals
  5. 5:45 PM – Women 400 Meter Run Prelims
  6. 6:00 PM- Men 400 Meter Run Prelims
  7. 7:00 PM – Women Long Jump Finals
  8. 7:00 PM – Women 100 Meter Dash Semis
  9. 7:12 PM – Men 100 Meter Dash Semis
  10. 7:28 PM – Men 800 Meter Run Prelims
  11. 7:42 PM – Men 5000 Meter Run Finals
  12. 8:10 PM – Women 400 Meter Hurdles Finals
  13. 8:20 PM – Men 400 Meter Hurdles Finals
  14. 8:35 PM – Women 1500 Meter Run Finals
  15. 8:42 PM – Men 1500 Meter Run Finals
  16. 9:00 PM – Women 100 Meter Dash Finals
  17. 9:15 PM – Men 100 Meter Dash Finals

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JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Championships, #JaSeniorTrials Schedule Day 1

SUPREME VENTURES/ NATIONAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
JAMAICA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL STADIUM

Session: 1 SENIOR TRIALS DAY 1
Day 1 – Thursday 06/30/2016 – Starts at 10:00 AM

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

SUPREME VENTURES/ NATIONAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
JAMAICA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL STADIUM

Session: 1 SENIOR TRIALS DAY 1
Day 1 – Thursday 06/30/2016 – Starts at 10:00 AM

Event Round

  1. 10:00 AM – Men 100 Meter Dash QUALIFIERS Prelims
  2. 5:30 PM – Men Javelin Throw Finals
  3. 5:32 PM – Men Triple Jump Finals
  4. 6:05 PM – Women 400 Meter Hurdles Prelims
  5. 6:20 PM – Men 400 Meter Hurdles Prelims
  6. 6:30 PM – Men 400 Meter Hurdles Invitational Finals
  7. 6:40 PM – Women 100 Meter Dash Prelims
  8. 7:00 PM – Men 100 Meter Dash Prelims

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Summer 2016 Musings #17 – I am not my hair, or am I?

Today’s generation of women are so conscious with how they look, their hair and love to follow all the fashion trends. This is not only applicable with what they wear but with their hair as well. There are many hair magazines on the market that have a high readership because of this. One such hair… Continue reading Summer 2016 Musings #17 – I am not my hair, or am I?

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Summer Musings 2016 #16 – The Journey of Life, Pace Yourself

The journey of life is better experienced if you pace yourself. If you choose to go too fast, go after the high life, live in the realms of vanity, you will fizzle fairly quickly. And... If you tread slowly, almost at a stand still, rejecting change, motivation or opportunity; you are sure to be left… Continue reading Summer Musings 2016 #16 – The Journey of Life, Pace Yourself

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Jamaica Review: The Pitfalls of FLOW Customer Service and Reliability

FLOW Jamaica Sad to say, I am now a disgruntled customer of telecommunications provider FLOW Jamaica. It was not always like this. For years, I could always depend on continuous, uninterrupted internet service from FLOW's Network. Not anymore. Since their merger with LIME, the service all around has been horrible, to say the least. Extensive outages,… Continue reading Jamaica Review: The Pitfalls of FLOW Customer Service and Reliability