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The West Indian Sportsman was a magazine, published between the 1950s and 1970s. Edited and published by Alva Ramsay, the West Indian Sportsman was printed by the Gleaner Company. The magazine was known for its riveting discussions about the prospects of in horse racing, boxing, football, track and field athletes, skateboarding and a myriad of other sports. The content of the West Indian Sportsman largely featured contenders across the English-speaking Caribbean. The magazine’s content was quite diverse, not only did it make its own “Sportsman” and “Horse” of the year predictions, it occasionally ventured into other areas with articles on music such as Jamaican Ska.

 
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