OVER 150 cyclists are expected to place their bikes on the line for the opening of the 2016 Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF) Racing Season with the first leg of the Road Series pedalling off from the Mucurapo Foreshore today from 7am.

Oliver Camps, former president of the then-Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), is in immediate danger of losing his home as well as other assets to satisfy an approximate TT$3.8million debt owed to ex-Soca Warriors coach Wilhelmus Rijsbergen.

Isaac Herbert, right, tries to stay on his feet against Shakir Fleming in the opening bout at Tuesday Night Boxing at the Castle hosted by the T&T Amateur Boxing Association in collaboration with LAY Management Group and the Pearl and Bunty Lara Foundation at the Port-of-Spain residence of former West Indies batsman Brian Lara, on Tuesday night. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS

Olympic hopefuls Aaron Prince and Michael Alexander were in action at Tuesday Night Boxing at the Castle, as former West Indies batsman Brian Lara opened his home to boxing for the first time in Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday night.

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has vowed to restore trust and credibility in the sport, outlining several key timelines to achieve the goal when announcing his roadmap for the future of athletics.

NOW THAT the plight of the family of former president of the then Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) — now TT Football Association (TTFA) — Oliver Camps has been brought to the attention of the public and to the powers that be, the matter must be looked into comprehensively and urgently with a view to some sort of resolution.

Amateur boxing will take centre stage for the month of January when the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Boxing Association in collaboration with LAY Management Group [LMG] and the Pearl & Bunty Lara Foundation play host to ‘Tuesday Night Boxing at the Castle’ which punches off at Brian Lara’s residence on Lady Chancellor Hill, Port-of-Spain, tonight.