Long distance runner, Derrick McIntyre, 77-years-old, is expected to be one of the oldest and most experienced athletes to take on the gruelling 26.2 mile course at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM) which runs off from St Mary’s Junction in Freeport to the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain on Sunday morning.

Members of the technical committee during its first meeting at the TTFA Offices on Wednesday. TTFA president David John-Williams sits in to formally introduce the members.

Dexter Skeene, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the T&T Pro League was named chairman of the Technical Committee by David John-Williams, the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) on Wednesday.

Winner on Tuesday: Aaron Prince

Trinidad and Tobago boxers Michael Alexander and Aaron Prince clinically outpointed their opponents when the Tuesday Night Boxing Series event continued at Brian Lara's Castle.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago’s fighters won four of the five international contests on Tuesday night, when the second instalment in the “Tuesday Night Boxing at the Castle” series was held at cricket icon Brian Lara’s residence on the Lady Chancellor Hill in St Ann’s.

Newly appointed head coach for the Women’s national team Richard Hood says he’s ready to take on the challenge of leading this country in the upcoming CONCACAF Final Round of Olympic qualification in the United States next month.

T&T's Michael Alexander, left, and Joel Williamson of Guyana throw punches in the second leg of the Tuesday Night Boxing Series at the home of the West Indies batting legend Brian Lara, Lady Chancellor Hill, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday night. PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER

...as punches rain at Lara’s Castle