The Olympic Channel has had nearly half-a-billion video views since it was launched in August, general manager Mark Parkman claimed at SportAccord Convention here.
Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) launched the Future is Female in January 2017. The programme will champion and advocate for gender equality at all levels of Olympic, and Commonwealth Sport in Trinidad and Tobago.
Sport can be a powerful tool for development and economic diversification. This was the central thesis undergirding the Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee’s Future of Sport Conference 2017 which took place at Hotel Normandie in St. Ann’s, Trinidad last week. First let me once again commend TTOC President Mr. Brian Lewis and his team on a well-organised and informative event and for kindly inviting me to be a panellist. I also would like to give kudos to all fellow panellists, the moderator and to the audience for making the sessions as engaging as they were.
The Coat of Arms of Trinidad and Tobago was designed by a committee formed in 1962 to select the symbols that would be representative of the people of Trinidad and Tobago. The committee included noted artist Carlyle Chang and Carnival designer, the late George Bailey. The Coat of Arms with the accompanying motifs which represent indigenous features of Trinidad and Tobago were selected and formally agreed to be used as the Coat of Arms of Trinidad and Tobago in 1962, in a design approved by the College of Arms.