The native of Port à Piment, Wilde Donald Guerrier who has signed a one-year contract, valued at a sum of about 500,000 Euros, continues to make speak about him since his arrival in Poland in the club Wisla Krakow. In 10 games played, the Haitian prodigy has already registered four goals at the Polish Championship.
The Prime Minister HE Mr. Laurent Lamothe met with a delegation of athletes J/P HRO on Wednesday to congratulate performances achieved during participation in the ING Marathon 2013 in New York.
After having run the ING New York City Marathon 2013, last weekend, the Haitian athletes Clovis Astrel, Carline Lamour, Bertine Lainé, Jean Macksony supported by the J / P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO), did not hide their satisfaction and contentment of having participated in this event which was attended by more than 48,000 athletes worldwide.
The NGO J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO), in partnership with the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Civic Action (MJSAC) and the Haitian Amateur Athletics Federation (FHAA), presented public Tuesday the five athletes who will represent the country for the first time ING New York Marathon on November 3, with its slogan “Ann Ale Pi […]
After losing (0-2) against the Puerto Rican selection, U-17 women returned to another victory (4-0) over the Bermuda to the semifinals for the second round of qualifying for the World Cup Women (U-17).
The only athlete representing Haiti at the World Athletics Moscow in Russia, the Haitian-American Samyr Laine, qualified Friday morning for the final of the triple jump by performing a jump of 16.87m.
The national selection senior of Haiti who occupied the 50th place in the publication of February finds itself now in the 51st position in front of Costa Rica (53th) and Jamaica (54th) in the FIFA world rankings released Thursday. And 5th in the CONCACAF conducted by Mexico.
This February 14, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has published the world rankings. Haiti is ranked at 50th place, having occupied the 38th place in the ranking dominated by Spain, Germany and Argentina and is the 4th for the Football Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF).
The President Michel Martelly has officially appointed former basketball player Olden Polynice as Ambassador to Haiti as part of a ceremony at the National Palace Thursday, November 15, 2012. The Head of State expressed confidence in the new ambassador will continue to help project a new image of Haiti.
Despite the economic problems, The national Soccer Team U-20 will play the second phase of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Turkey 2013, at Anette’s Gardens (Jamaica) from 5 to 9 November in Group A against Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago and Curacao.
With three wins out of three grenadiers get their ticket to the second qualifying round of the playoffs Caribbean Cup to be held in Grenada from 18 to 25 October, beating Puerto Rican by 2 goals to 1.
After beating the team Saint-Martin on a wide score (7-0), the Haitian footballers have been essential to the second day of qualifying for the cup Caribbean nations by winning against Bermuda by three goals to one. Puerto Rico leads the standings with 6points (10), followed by the Haitian team with 6 points (9).
The national football won its first game of qualifying tournament for the Digicel Cup, a win Friday 7 goals to 0 at the expense of the selection of St. Martin with a triple directed by Jean-forward Philippe Peguerro.
The President of the Republic, HE Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, visited Cité Soleil, Sunday, Sept. 2, for an exhibition game in lifting the curtain at the grand finale of the second edition of the championship holiday called “Championship unity “, sponsored by Senator John Joel Joseph (West) for the benefit of residents of the area.
The Haitian karatekas have excelled at the 24th International Tournament of Karate organized by the American Federation of Martial Arts (AFMA), which took place on 18 and 19 August 2012 by winning 23 medals. They were received Wednesday at the National Palace by President Michel J. Martelly.