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    Merle Amory was born in St. Kitts in 1958 She came to Britain with her parents at the age of 5 settling in London. She joined the Labour Party in 1974 and stood as a councillor for Stonebridge ward when 23 years of age and later she stood for Queen's Park. Merle became leader of the Council in the London Borough of Brent in 1986. She was the first Black woman to become a council leader in Brent and the youngest Labour Council Leader in London. In 1987-8 she became the leader of the London Transport Board for the old Greater London Council and was responsible for the regulation of all transport in London.

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    Melanie Janine Brown was born on the 29th May 1975 in Leeds, England. Her father is Nevisian and her mother English. Mel grew up in Leeds and has a younger sister named Danielle. At the age of six she got her start in show-biz when she played the part of a clown in a school play. She studied contemporary dance at college where she also trained to be a drummer. She has also been a telesales girl for a local newspaper in Leeds and starred in provincial panto. Mel studied at the Leeds College of Music, and attended classes at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance. She likes football and supports Leeds United and her favourite food is fish and chips(!). Presently a member of the pop group the "Spice Girls".

    She married Dutch dancer Jimmy Gulzar on Sunday, 13th September 1998. The 3:30 p.m. ceremony took place in a 12th century church adjacent to her 16th century estate in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England. Mel and her husband cancelled their honeymoon in Antigua due to Hurricane George (20th to 21st September 1998). Their first child, Phoenix Chi, was born on 19th February 1999. Sad to say they Mel and Jimmy split up on 31st December 1999.

    Melanie B now has a solo career and lives in the us with her daughter.

    Quote:- "I want to make enough money to buy this club in Leeds from the owners who wouldn't let me in once because I was from a mixed-raced family."


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    Edgar Davids (born March 13, 1973 in Paramaribo, Suriname) is a Dutch football player who plays for Tottenham Hotspur

    Davids is nicknamed Pitbull for his ferocity in fighting for 50-50 chances at tackling the opponent for the ball as did his off-field antics. He is regarded as a difficult character, and often comes over as aloof and alien, only listening to his own opinion. He started his career at Ajax in 1991, and helped the Amsterdam club to the UEFA Cup title in 1992 and the Champions League crown in 1995. He then moved to Italy, first to AC Milan (1996-98), then Juventus (1998-2004), and finally Internazionale (2004-05). Davids also spent part of the 2004 season on loan with Barcelona. The move to England and Tottenham came in July 2005 on a free transfer.

    Davids' contributions to the Dutch national team were immense despite not winning any major tournament in the orange jersey. His most vital contribution came in the 1998 World Cup in France in the second round against then Yugoslavia where he scored a lovely goal with a strong volley from just outside the penalty area to earn his team a quarter final meeting with Argentina.

    The most notorious example was during the Euro 96, where he was sent home by then Netherlands team manager Guus Hiddink after saying: "Hiddink must take his head out of players' asses, so he can see better.", implicitly hinting racial sentiment (a notion which was strongly denied, e.g. by Youri Mulder). The Dutch team perfomed poorly in the tournament despite coming there with great expectations.

    Nonetheless, Davids was clearly appreciated by Hiddink who nonetheless included him in the Dutch squad for the World Cup two years later where Davids impressed although he did not participate in every game. He also played in Euro 2000 and Euro 2004.

    Davids suffers from glaucoma, which causes him to wear protective goggles during football matches. On May 17, 2001, Davids was suspended by FIFA when he tested positive for a banned steroid.

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    Good information jed!!! This info needs to be put in a book or something (hint hint).

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    Clarence Seedorf (born April 1, 1976 in Paramaribo, Suriname) is a Dutch football (soccer) player, who currently plays for AC Milan in Serie A.

    Seedorf is the first (and currently only) person to win the UEFA Champions League with three different teams: Ajax (1995), Real Madrid (1997), and AC Milan (2003). He also played for Sampdoria and Internazionale.

    For the Netherlands, Seedorf has been capped over 60 times. He played for his country in Euro 96, the 1998 World Cup, Euro 2000, and Euro 2004.

    A talented midfielder, many have suggested that his career could have been even more impressive if he had not let an argumentative and rebellious streak get the better of him on several occasions. Seedorf was named by Pelé as one of the top 125 greatest living footballers in March 2004.

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    Merlene Ottey

    Born :05/10/1960 Country :Jamaica

    8 time Olypmic Medalists (a womens record) Greatest female sprinter of all time, ranked in the top 10 for 21 years.

    Merlene Ottey was born in Cold Spring, Hanover Jamaica on May 10TH, 1960 as the 4th of 7 children to Hubert & Joan Ottey. She attended Ruseas (1976-1978) and Vere Techinical High Schools (1978) where she began competing in Track and Field at the age of 13. Ironically she came in last in the 100 meters in her first race at 14. Inspsired by Donald Quarrie to take the sport seriously Merlene won medals at national and regional championships, including the 1979 200 meter bronze medal at the Pan American Games while still a schoolgirl .

    In the 1980 Moscow Games, Ottey became not only the first Jamaican, but the first woman from the English speaking Caribbean to win an Olympic Medal. Ottey earned a Bronze medal in the 200 M. She returned to Jamaica a hero and was awarded the Jamaican National honor or Officer of the Order of Distinction.

    In 1982 she won a Gold medal in the 200M and silver in the 100 M at the Commonwealth Games. She would win 2 Gold medals in the 1990 games in the same events.

    In 1984 Ottey graduated from Nebraska University, married fellow athlete Nathaniel Page and returned to the Olympics in which she won a Bronze medal in the 100M and 200 M races. An astonishing 12 years later in 1996 she won Silver medals in the identical events. During her illustrious Olympic career she won a total of 8 medals (3 Silvers and 5 Bronze).

    In July 1999 Merlene was banned by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) after she tested positive for the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone but was cleared a year later when the laboratory who had tested her sample came under severe criticism. In 2000 Ottey became the oldest Track and Field medalist in Olympic history winning a silver medal as a part of the 4x100 relay team.

    It was during the Sydney games that Ottey lost her will to compete for her country. The younger athletes felt that Ottey should have stepped aside to make way for them and protested her presence on their team. Feeling slighted by her team mates Ottey decided to leave Jamaica after the Sydney Games. to a country that would let her continue to compete despite her age. In 2002 she became a Slovenian citizen and relocated to the capital of Ljubljana.

    Most female sprinters peak at about age 27, Merlene only got better with age, she ran her personal best in the 100 metres (10.74 seconds) in Milan at the age of 36. She has set many other records in her lifetime some still standing including the fastest women’s 200M indoor (21.87) at Living France on Feb. 13th 1993.

    In 2004 Ottey returned for her 7th Olympic Game competing for her adopted country. Although Olypmic Gold eluded her, Ottey won a whopping 14 medals a record for any athlete male or female competing at the World Championships including 2 Gold Medals for the 200M at the 1993 Championships in Stuttgart, Germany and the 1995 Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.

    Merlene Ottey maintains residences in Monte Carlo, Slovenia and Jamaica.




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    Future Famous West Indian



    A Article16-year-old(now 18) Usain Bolt of Jamaica is arguably the most famous of the 1200 youngsters who will compete at the 3rd IAAF World Youth Championships in Sherbrooke from today and until Sunday.

    Fame is not something that Bolt is striving for, though, as the young man from Trelawny likes to stress. Fame is something that naturally came to him just over a year ago when his incredible talent led him to become the youngest ever IAAF World Junior champion.

    Running in front of over 33,000 Jamaicans, Bolt literally set Kingston national stadium on fire when winning the 200m final in 20.61 and those who were privileged enough to be present certainly remember the deafening ‘USAIN, USAIN’ roars that enlightened that hot Jamaican night. And so does Usain.

    “Kingston World Champs last year was a great experience and one I can never forget,” said the young man after today’s opening ceremony of the Championships.

    In addition to his 200m world junior title in Kingston last year, Bolt also helped his country to claim silver in both the 4x100m and the 4x400m relays in less than two hours.

    Baring the national flag this afternoon and standing well above his compatriots – he stands 196 cm tall - Bolt made his entrance in Sherbrooke University brand new stadium with class. Leading his 17 team-mates, Bolt made a point of not missing such a symbolic occasion.

    “I was very proud when I entered the stadium carrying the Jamaican flag,” said the young man. “It was a great honour”

    But coming to carry the flag is certainly not what Bolt came to Sherbrooke for.

    “What am I expecting from these championships? To win of course. To win as many races as possible!”

    And indeed Bolt will have quite a few races to run at these Championships. Entered to compete in both the individual 200m and 400 races and the medley relay Bolt’s schedule in Sherbrooke includes seven races with a climax on Sunday where he will have to cope with the 200m semi-finals and final before anchoring the Jamaican medley relay in what is scheduled to be the very last event of these Championships.

    Bolt remains cool when reminded of the hard work he will be expected to perform in the next few days. And why should he not? After all, he’s come to Canada with the World Youth best performances of the year at both the 200m (20.25) and the 400m (45.35).

    “It’s gonna be fine. I’m cool. I don’t get stressed you know. It’s just a question of being able to cope with the several races and I’m sure I will.”

    Bolt has also claimed the senior national title at 200m earlier this year which makes him eligible to represent his country at the World Championships in Paris next August.

    In less than a year, Bolt has shaven three tenths of a second off his personal best of 20.58 which he had set in the 200m heats in Kingston. What has happened since then in Usain Bolt’s life is the question everyone would like to have an answer to?

    Has he changed? Has he adopted a different attitude towards the sport? That would be without knowing the young man.

    “I have just been training hard. Nothing has changed, I have continued training like I have always used to. Yes, maybe something has changed,” Bolt smiles. “I am a couple of inches taller than last year!”

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    Colin Ray Jackson
    (born February 18, 1967 in Cardiff, Wales to Jamaican Parents) was a sprint and hurdling athlete and now works as a sports commentator and television presenter predominantly for the BBC.

    He attended Llanedeyrn High School playing football and cricket for the county and rugby and basketball for his school.

    Under coach Malcolm Arnold he started out as a promising decathlete before switching to high hurdles. Jackson now (as of August 2004) jointly holds the World Record for 110 metre hurdles (with China's Liu Xiang) with a time of 12.91 seconds set August 20, 1993 in Stuttgart, Germany. He remains sole holder of the indoor world record at the 60 metre hurdles with a time of 7.3 seconds set in Sindelfingen, Germany on March 6, 1994.

    Already the holder of the MBE that he received in 1990 for his services to athletics, in 1992 he was made a CBE.

    The English reggae band Aswad name-dropped him on their hit song Shine: Him a floating like a butterfly, the hurdling man - Yes, me-a-chat about Colin Jackson.

    He was also one of the members of the successful London 2012 Olympic bid team.

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    Achievements
    1986
    Commonwealth Games - Edinburgh, Scotland.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    1987
    World Championships - Rome, Italy.
    110m hurdles bronze medal
    European Cup - Prague, Czechoslovakia.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    1988
    Summer Olympics - Seoul, South Korea.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    1989
    IAAF World Cup - Barcelona, Spain.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    World Indoor Championships - Budapest, Hungary.
    60m hurdles silver medal
    European Cup - Gateshead, England.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1990
    Commonwealth Games - Auckland, New Zealand.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    European Championships - Split, Yugoslavia.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1991
    European Cup - Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1992
    IAAF World Cup - Havana, Cuba.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1993
    World Championships - Stuttgart, Germany.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    World Indoor Championships - Toronto, Canada.
    60m hurdles silver medal
    European Cup - Rome, Italy.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1994
    Commonwealth Games - Victoria, Canada.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    Goodwill Games - Saint Petersburg, Russia.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    European Championships - Helsinki, Finland.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1996
    European Cup - Madrid, Spain.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    1997
    World Championships - Athens, Greece.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    World Indoor Championships - Paris, France.
    60m hurdles silver medal
    European Cup - Munich, Germany.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    1998
    European Championships - Budapest, Hungary.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    IAAF World Cup - Johannesburg, South Africa.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    European Cup - Saint Petersburg, Russia.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    1999
    World Championships - Seville, Spain.
    110m hurdles gold medal
    World Indoor Championships - Maebashi, Japan.
    60m hurdles gold medal
    2002
    Commonwealth Games - Manchester, England.
    110m hurdles silver medal
    European Championships - Munich, Germany.
    100m hurdles gold medal
    European Cup - Annecy, France.
    110m hurdles gold medal

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    Laurie Cunningham (March 8, 1956 - July 15, 1989 ) was an England international association footballer, the first black player to represent England in a competitive football match.(He repsented england at under 21 level)

    Born to Jamaican Parents at St. Mary's Archway, London, Cunningham joined Leyton Orient after a start in schoolboy football. He joined West Bromwich Albion in 1977, where, under maverick manager Ron Atkinson, he teamed up with fellow black players Brendon Batson and Cyrille Regis. Never before had an English team simultaneously fielded three black players. The Three Degrees, as they became known, challenged the established racism of English football and marked a watershed that allowed a generation of footballers to enter the game who would previously have been excluded by their ethnic background.

    West Bromwich Albion became one of the most attractive and exciting English sides in the late 1970s and Cunningham soon attracted attention. He became the first black player to wear an England shirt in the under-21 friendly against Scotland at Bramall Lane on April 27, 1977, scoring on his debut. He subsequently earned six full England caps.

    In 1979, he moved to Real Madrid for GBP 995,000 though he never recaptured his early brilliance. His later career saw him increasingly distracted by off-field interests and, after leaving Real Madrid in 1983, he was loaned to Manchester United and Leicester City as well as having permanent spells with Sporting Gijon of Spain and Charleroi of Belgium. He finally returned to the English game on a permanent basis with Wimbledon at the start of the 1987-88 season. Although he had limited first team chances, he made a substitute appearance in the famous 1988 F.A Cup final win over Liverpool. Soon after that he was transferred to Rayo Vallecano in Spain.

    On the morning of 15th July 1989, Laurie Cunningham was killed in a crash in Madrid at the age of 33.

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    John Regis
    Born :13th October 1966
    Place of Birth: Lewisham, London to St.Lucian Parents


    having achieved a career highlight of winning two individual and two relay medals at the 1990 European Championships in Split, it was understandable that John Regis experienced difficulty in maintaining that momentum the following year. However, this was more in relation to his individual performances, as John achieved some quite notable successes during 1991 as a member of national relay teams. On 3 March, at Edinburgh, he anchored a Great Britain foursome against the USA to victory in a new world indoor record for the 4 x 200m relay of 1min 22.11sec. In the outdoor season, he clocked the best time (31.99sec) ever recorded by a European over 300 metres, an event which does not qualify for official record status. At the World Championships held that year in Tokyo, John was unlucky not to make the final of the 200m when he finished fifth in his semi-final. However, Regis made up for this disappointment with some fine performances in the two relay finals held on 1 September. In the 4 x 100m relay final, Regis ran the second leg on the Great Britain team which finished third behind the USA in 38.09sec, the fastest third-place finish in history. Great Britain enjoyed even greater success in the 4 x 400m relay final. It was a race in two between Great Britain and the USA at the end of the second leg, when Regis received the baton four metres behind his counterpart from the USA. Regis made up some of the deficit on the third leg, before passing to Kriss Akabusi, who ran the race of his life to catch and pass the individual 400m gold medallist Antonio Pettigrew (USA), and bring Great Britain home to win the gold medal in a new European record of 2min 57.53sec. (

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    Walter Rodney (March 23, 1942 - June 13, 1980) was a prominent Guyanese historian and political figure.

    Born to a working class family, Rodney was a bright student, attending Queen's College in Guyana and then attending university on a scholarship at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, graduating in 1963.

    Rodney earned his Ph. D. in 1966 at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, England. His dissertation focused on the slave trade on the upper Guinea coast. The paper was published in 1970 under the name, A History of the Upper Guinea Coast, 1545-1800 and it was widely acclaimed for its originality in challenging the conventional wisdom on the area.

    He travelled widely and became very well known around the world as an activist and scholar. He taught for a time in Tanzania after graduating, and later in Jamaica at his alma matter at UWI Mona. Rodney was sharply critical of the middle class for its role in the post independence Caribbean. When the Jamaican government, led by Hugh Shearer, banned him from ever returning to the country in October 1968, because of his advocacy of the working poor in that country, riots broke out, eventually claiming the lives of several people and causing millions of dollars in damages. These riots, on October 16, 1968 are now known as the Rodney Riots, they triggered an increase in political awareness across the Caribbean.

    Rodney became a prominent Pan-Africanist, and was important in the Black Power movement in the Caribbean. While living in Dar es Salaam he was influential in developing a new centre of African learning and discussion.

    His most influential book was How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, published in 1972. In it he attempted to portray an Africa which had been consciously exploited by European imperialists, leading directly to the modern underdevelopment of most of the continent. The book became enormously influential as well as controversial. In recent years the book has become partially discredited because of its perceived idealization of pre-colonial Africa.

    In 1974 Rodney returned to Guyana. He was supposed to take a position as a professor at the University of Guyana but the government prevented his appointment. He became increasingly active in politics, working for the Working People's Alliance, against the PNC government. In 1979 he was arrested and charged with arson after two government offices were burned.

    Rodney died in a car bomb assassination in 1980 while running for office in Guyanese elections. He was survived by his wife and three children.

    In 2004, his widow, Patricia, and children donated his papers to the Robert L. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center.

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    Alston Becket Cyrus

    Born on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, Becket's first love was the steel pan. As a teenager he realized that he also had a gift for singing and he quickly became popular as a young calypsonian. In 1972, while a member of the US Army, Becket decided that he wanted to pursue a singing career and as a result he performed in the successful US Soldier's Tour- Hawaii 1972-1974. His professional career began in 1975.

    In 1977, Becket struck gold with his popular hit Coming High and followed with equally successful singles like Calypso Noel (1982) Ooh La La (1983), Teaser (1990) and Small Pin (1999). In 1991, he received the Record of the Year and Best Party Tune awards at the first Caribbean Music Awards held at the Apollo Theatre (NYC) and he was honored three times by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In 1994 Ella Me Vacila (the Spanish version of Teaser) earned him a BMI Latin Award and a Billboard/Univision Award for the Salsa/Tropical Song of the Year.

    Cover versions of this song have been done in several other languages. During Trinidad's Carnival 2000, smash hits Small Pin and Doh Eat And Lie Down swept the Caribbean airwaves by storm. Becket has also written several songs related to world events, Caribbean politics and carnival such as Love is the Answer (remade in 2001 featuring post 911 lyrics), Carnival History (earning him the Calypso King of St. Vincent 1975) Legalize The Grass and Laramania.

    Becket has performed throughout the Caribbean, Europe, Canada, Spain, England, Columbia and the United States to include various college tours/festivals. In 2000 Becket became the first Caribbean artist invited to perform at the US Open and was listed as one of the 17 Outstanding Caribbean Personalities of the 20th Century.

    This prolific composer and highly revered Caribbean music icon continues to be a source of inspiration for generations to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevlocks
    Good information jed!!! This info needs to be put in a book or something (hint hint).
    I second that...needs to sticky this too

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    Raja Bell (born September 19, 1976 in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands) is a basketball shooting guard who currently plays for the Utah Jazz.

    After spending his college career at Florida International University, Bell went undrafted, and had to get into the NBA the "hard way". He signed as a free agent with the San Antonio Spurs on August 2, 2000, but didn't play a single game in a Spurs uniform. He was eventually released, and signed with the Philadelphia 76ers on April 16, 2001. He played in only five of the Sixers' games in the 2000-01 regular season, but saw action in 15 of the team's 23 playoff games as the 76ers advanced all the way to the NBA Finals.

    Bell played in 74 games with the Sixers in the 2001-02 season, averaging 3.4 points per game, and played in three of the team's five playoff games as the Sixers suffered a five-game playoff series loss to the Boston Celtics.

    On October 1, 2002, Bell signed as a free agent with the Dallas Mavericks, and he averaged 3.1 points in 15.6 minutes per game. For the first time in his NBA career, he gained extensive starting experience, starting in 32 of the 75 games he played.

    Bell averaged 5.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game in 17 postseason games with the 2002 Mavericks as the team advanced to the Western Conference Finals.

    On September 26, 2003, Bell signed with the Utah Jazz, and enjoyed what has so far been his most successful season. Bell played in all 82 of the Jazz's games, and despite starting in only four of them, he posted career highs with 11.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 24.6 minutes per game. In the 2004-2005 season he slightly improved upon these stats with 12.3 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game, despite playing in only 63 games.

    Note: July 5th 2005, reported that Raja Bell, a free agent, has signed with the Phoenix Suns. Official announcement to follow.

    He wear no.19 during his spell with the Jazz.

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