Jamaican Yona Knight-Wisdom has booked his spot in the Men’s 3M diving final at the FINA Canada Cup, in Gatineau, Canada this afternoon. Knight-Wisdom placed third in the Group A semi final with a dive scoring 398.10, finishing behind Canadian Francois Imbeau-Dulac , who had a score of 419.05, and New Zealander Liam Stone, who scored 400.05. The British based Olympian, who was disappointed with his previous dive which landed him a score of 382.85 in the first round, said although not quite there yet, he’s getting closer to his target of 400. “My new dive improved from preliminary to semi final so that’s positive,” Knight-Wisdom said. “Hopefully that will continue into the final. The rest of my dives were solid.” The final takes place on Sunday at 11:10am Jamaica time.
A father of four will spend four years without his children after he was on Monday jailed for the said period by city Magistrate Judy Latchman.Kevin Clark, 34, was also fined $30,000 when he admitted to having 184 grams of cannabis in his possession for the purpose of trafficking.The defendant reportedly turned up at the Brickdam Police Station after ranks from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) swooped down at his Lot 135 King Edwards Street, Albouystown home and found the narcotics hidden in a barrel in the premises.The ranks were told by Clark’s step-daughter that the drug belonged to him. The man was not at home at the time of the search.After reporting to the Police Station, Clark told the ranks that he was selling the drug as he lost his job as a security guard and needed to provide for his family.