Aaron Wilson,left and Yuvraaj Dooram, right, will be representing TT, along with veteran Dexter St Louis and Rheann Chung at the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held between April 4-15 in Birmingham,England.

WITH the clock counting down for TT to meet the deadline for the ratification of players for the Commonwealth Games from April 4-15, the local Olympic Committee (TTOC) has come to the rescue of table tennis.

Solange Skeen plays a return shot during the Women’s Singles Finals of the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Championships at Victoria Avenue, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. Photo by:Allan V. Crane

At the age of 14 years, Solange Skeene yesterday became the youngest player in the history of the Shell Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament to have won the Women's Singles title. She achieved the feat during the finals at Victoria Avenue in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

T&T's 4x400 metres Men's Relay team of Deon Lendore, Jereem Richards, Asa Guevara and Lalonde Gordon produced a new National Indoor Record time at 3:02.52 in the final at the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, England yesterday.

Dexter Skeene has resigned as chief executive officer (CEO) of the embattled T&T Professional Football League yesterday during a meeting of the Board of Directors at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

CANOC President Brian Lewis hopes a solution can be found so cricket can return to the Commonwealth Games ©Getty Images

Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) President Brian Lewis has claimed the continued absence from the Commonwealth Games programme would be a "loss for cricket".

DALLAS, TEXAS – FEBRUARY 26: Mark Cuban and Cynthia Marshall look on during a press conference to introduce Cynthia Marshall as the new Dallas Mavericks Interim CEO at American Airlines Center on February 26, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Omar Vega/Getty Images)

Alana Glass, Women@Forbes · Feb 27, 2018
“You don’t feel safe going to work and it’s not long before you look for another job. And then you wonder why there aren’t more women working in sports. Really?”