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About Maurice Wilson


Maurice Wilson, who is the current head coach at GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports, has an impressive leadership resume. Maurice Wilson has represented Jamaica’s national track and field team at the Olympics and World Championships as a coach, head coach and technical director.

The coach of five individual medalists at the World Junior Championships, head coach of Holmwood Technical High School, winner of nine consecutive Girls National Champions. Coach of 13 Penn Relay Championship of America winning teams. Level 5-Certified IAAF coach in Sprint and Hurdles. Author of Sprinting the Jamaican Way.

In 2017, Maurice Wilson was honored by the government of Jamaica with the Order of Distinction for Wilson’s contribution to sports in Jamaica, in particular track and field. Mr. Wilson also supports and participates in many local charity events and causes. Maurice also does Sports Analysis work on nationally televised Track & Field events.


  • Principal of GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports
  • Head Coach of GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sports
  • OIympic Coach of Jamaica’s National Track & Field Team
  • Founder and Head Coach of SprinTec Track Club
  • Motivational Speaker
  • Conference Panel Speaker
  • Sports TV Analysis

Educational Achievements

  • 2004-2010: G.C. Foster College of Physical Education & Sport Lecturer
    Track and Field and Fitness Methods
  • 2006-2008: Nova University Master in Science Degree
  • 2001-2003: G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport
    Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
  • 1987-1990: Mico Teachers College
    Diploma in Teacher Education

The Jamaica Athletic Administrative Association (JAAA) appointed Wilson to serve in various capacities at the following international events:

Individual Athletes’ Coaching Achievements