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O’Neil A. Reid is an avid track and field fan who has written numerous track and field articles. He has interviewed and written on athletes from the high school level to the professional level, and has a particular interest in Caribbean athletes competing in the NCAA’s. O’Neil has also covered the Carifta Games, the Adidas Grand Prix and the annual Penn Relay festival.
O’Neil’s passion for track lead him to write for TrackLedger.com, as this website give track fans the opportunity to read, discuss and debate issues and topics about their favorite track athletes in a track-specific forum. O’Neil enjoys interviewing athletes and telling their stories and journey as they pursue and share their athletics goals, dreams and aspirations.
O’Neil is the author of the book “Banned for Life, the Steve Mullings Story” that was published in August 2014 by True Perspective Publishing House.
O’Neil can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raymond Byfield is from Spanish Town, Jamaica. He attended Kingston College for two years before migrating to the US in the late 1970s. He has a BS degree in Biology from Syracuse University and an MBA (Finance) from Rutgers University.
Raymond has diverse interests; he follows music, sports, politics, literature, technology, business and all things Jamaica. He lives in New Jersey.
The Professor is the host of the “Sunday Conversation with the Professor”, a weekly radio sports show broadcasting live on the internet every Sunday afternoon from 12.00 noon to 2.00 pm, at www.JamminSRadio.com or on the Tune In App at http://tunein.com/radio/Jamminz-Radio-s164495/ in New Jersey, USA
The Professor discusses the latest sports topics in the Caribbean and reviews the week’s headlines from the different Caribbean islands. The show also covers the latest sport news in the New York Tri-state area.
The show features a weekly track and field segment that focuses on track athletes in the Caribbean and worldwide. The show includes interviews with athletes and coaches as well as a preview or recap of major track and field events, including the CARIFTA Games, the World Championships and the Olympics.
To advertise on the show, you can contact the Professor directly at
TheSportsZone07@gmail.com or call (856) 530-1426