Mas icon Peter Minshall at home last week with his cat Mauvais. PHOTO BY AZLAN MOHAMMED

Years ago, recalls masman Peter Minshall, he went to a Kali puja in Tunapuna, and afterwards fell into conversation with a saffron-clad devotee. The other man marvelled, “All men are equal in the eyes of God.”

The votes continue to roll in as this weekend’s deadline quickly approaches for the 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s People’s Choice Award.

The first ever recipient of the Future is Female Award is set to be named at the upcoming Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Annual Awards Gala.

Froome in action during stage 17 of this year’s Vuelta. Photograph: Simon Gill/Action Plus via Getty Images

• Froome found to have an excessive level of an asthma drug at Vuelta
• Team Sky have ‘utmost confidence’ he stayed within permissible dose
• Rider says he was following team doctor’s advice after asthma got worse

The Executive Committee of the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC), led by TTOC President, Brian Lewis, yesterday moved one step closer to the introduction of an annual CANOC Week across is membership. This was one of several actions taken during the meeting convened at the office of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) on Saturday 16 December 2017.

Yiannis Exarchos (L) and Manuel Romero (R).Photo Courtesy of OBS and the Olympic Channel.

MADRID - Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and Olympic Channel Services (OCS) were recently presented with two ISO certificates at their Madrid, Spain headquarters. The certificates recognise the company’s commitment to the environment, and dedication to promoting the best management of resources.


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