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  • Busy T&T stop for Queen’s Baton

    It will be a busy four days when the Queen’s Baton makes its visit to Trinidad and Tobago from March 11-14, en route to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, which will be held from July 23 to August 3.The Queen’s Baton Relay is a tradition ...
  • REPORT: ONE IN FIVE CHILDREN IN SOUTH TRINIDAD OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE

    -Findings highlight need for national surveillance, urgent interventions One in five school-age children in South Trinidad are overweight or obese, a condition that sets them on a lifelong path for a range of chronic health problems, including heart dise...
  • TTOC extends best wishes to Caribbean athletes competing in Sochi

    The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee(TTOC) will be following the 22nd Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia with keen interest. The Sochi 2014 Olympics gets underway today with the eagerly anticipated opening ceremony. Six Caribbean nations will be takin...
  • Want good health?...Earn it!

    Let’s keep it real and not lie to ourselves here. Look in the mirror!Maybe there was a time when you could have gotten away with barely doing the minimum. Probably in your late teens or early 20s you could have been inactive, eaten terribly and still ha...
  • Five local referees on 2014 FIFA panel

    Five local referees have been selected on the FIFA panel for 2014. The five officials, including experienced men’s referee Neil Brizan and assistant referee Cindy Mohammed, were recently presented with their FIFA badges at the Trinidad and Tobago Footba...
  • Hackett CAS case cancelled

    T&T sprinter’s lawyers settle with IAAF The Semoy Hackett doping case will not be decided at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).The CAS hearing was scheduled for next Tuesday, in New York, USA, but has been cancelled following a settlement betwee...
  • Daniel equals T&T high jump record Lalonde impressive in New York 400

    Lalonde impressive in New York 400 Kashef Daniel equalled the national record in the men’s high jump, at the Indiana University Relays indoor meet, in Indiana, USA, on Saturday.The Arkansas State University student cleared the bar at 2.15 metres on his...
  • Change coming, says Tim Kee

    Raymond Tim Kee, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), says constitutional change is coming to the TTFA.Tim Kee made the announcement at the TTFA’s Congress, at the VIP Lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, ...
  • Integrity of sport matters - Things that Matter column

    The declaration of true faith and allegiance to the greater good and the best interest of sport on the twin Island Republic is made by everyone actively involved in the administration and leadership of sport. It is the very same declaration law abiding ci...
  • Sportt brings smiles to Central fans

    Two Central Trinidad communities can now enjoy the camaraderie and joy of sport on their upgraded recreation grounds. The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SPORTT) completed works at the Beaucarreau and Phoenix Park and handed over the keys last Thur...
  • Borel still on top

    Quow produces fast 600-yard run Cleopatra Borel improved by three centimetres on her 2014 world outdoor lead in the women’s shot put, when she won the event with a 17.46 metres throw at the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) ...
  • Lendore improves world lead

    Ahye on fire in Texas Trinidad and Tobago’s Deon Lendore maintained his position at the top of the 2014 men’s 400 metres world indoor performance list when he scorched the Randal Tyson Track Center track in 45.47 seconds, in Arkansas, USA, yest...
  • When a ‘man-child’ announced himself

    Celebrated local coach Dr Ian Hypolite used the unwritten, yet still unfolding story of champion hurdler Jehue Gordon in the sport of athletics to inspire emerging athletes at the First Citizens Sports Foundation 2013 Junior Sportsman and Sportswomen of t...
  • IOC President Bach predicts "great Games" as arrives in Sochi

    International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has predicted Sochi 2014 will be a "great Games for athletes", after arriving in the host city today.He was greeted by Sochi 2014 Organising Committee President and chief executive Dmitry Chernys...
  • Borel tops world list

    Victory for Shukla in Nebraska Shot putter Cleopatra Borel is at the top of the 2014 world outdoor performance list, following her victory at the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Development Meet 3, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium ...
  • Press Release: Queen’s Baton visits Trinidad and Tobago

    On Monday 27th January, the British High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Arthur Snell met with the Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association President Brian Lewis to discuss plans for the Queen's Baton Relay visit to our shores.   The Quee...
  • Proper nourishment needed for active bodies - Things that Matter Column

    In an effort to encourage young people with a keen interest in sport to get involved and make a positive difference. I am committed to giving them a voice and space. This week’s Things that Matter column places the focus on sports nutrition and Tracey P...
  • WINNING WEEKEND

    Lendore leads the way as T&T athletes prosper in US Deon Lendore was the feature act as Trinidad and Tobago athletes enjoyed a fruitful weekend at indoor track and field meets in the United States.Lendore’s world-leading time of 45.74 seconds earned hi...
  • Make that extra effort for our athletes - Things That matter Column

    The home of sport champions and gold medals. It’s an aspiration, a dream, a big goal. T&T can be a dream factory a place where sport dreams become reality. But reality demands an action plan.One characteristic all champions have is they are never comple...
  • Fraud Squad gets Boxing Board files

    A dossier of documents containing financial statements and cheques related to the Trinidad and Tobago Boxing Board of Control (TTBBC) have been handed over to detectives of the Fraud Squad.Sources say the documents were from the TTBBC and sent anonymously...