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  • Stampfli reaches ITF final again

    BREANA STAMPFLI reached her third doubles final in succession when the Tobago ITF (International Tennis Federation) Junior Tournament continued yesterday, at Shaw Park. After allowing her compatriots Danielle Devenish and Juliet Campbell just one gam...
  • Carter 8th in 50 metres backstroke

    Top Trinidad and Tobago junior swimmer Dylan Carer placed eighth and last in the men’s 50 metres backstroke final at the 4th Fina World Junior Swimming Championships, in Dubai, UAE, yesterday. But Carter put that disappointment behind him when he qualif...
  • GOLDEN CHUNG

    France-based star leads T&T to team success; combines with St Louis for mixed doubles title RHEANN CHUNG was in spectacular form again as Trinidad and Tobago’s women struck gold when the team events of the Caribbean Table Tennis Championships ended Wed...
  • Tim Kee: I have no shoes to fill

    “Let me not try to renovate anything, but rather break down and rebuild.”President Raymond Tim Kee, in a continued effort to restore confidence in the new-look T&T Football Association (TTFA), made his intention clear, which is for the association to ...
  • Trinidad & Tobago reach team finals

    France-based professionals, Rheann Chung and Dexter St Louis were in action late yesterday, at the Beausejour Indoor Facility in St Lucia, bidding to steer Trinidad and Tobago to Caribbean Table Tennis Championship team gold.In the women’s team final, T...
  • TRYING AGAIN

    Carter goes in 50m back World Junior final Top Trinidad and Tobago junior swimmer Dylan Carter will try to make amends today when he dashes into action in the FINA World Juniors Swimming Championship Men’s 50m backstroke final (10 am TT time) in Dub...
  • SPORTT celebrates bronze-winning hockey team

    The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SPORTT) last week celebrated the national hockey men’s bronze medal showing at the recent Pan American Cup, held in Brampton, Canada.The T&T stickmen broke a 46-year drought at the Pan Am level when they finish...
  • Coach Goddard passes on

    The local track and field fraternity is mourning the death of Neon Trackers coach Ian Goddard. In a press release, yesterday, National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAATT) president Ephraim Serrette paid tribute to...
  • Perfection is simply a myth - Things That Matter column

    Freud called it “the narcissism of small differences.”The neutrals in the society with no vested interest in the day to day running of local sport hold the notion that local sport is careening from issue to issue and that sport administrators and lead...
  • World Anti-Doping Agency revoke accreditation of Rio de Janeiro doping laboratory

    August 27 - Brazil today suffered the embarrassment of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) withdrawing the accreditation from the testing laboratory that is due to play a major role in next year's FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics for "...
  • JUST SHORT

    Carter 4th in World Juniors final Dylan Carter again smashed his national age group record in the 100 metres backstroke event on Day Two of the fourth FINA World Junior Swimming Championships yesterday in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.But his 55.36-second ...
  • Nick Butler: Bitter memories of historical past could still haunt Tokyo's 2020 chances

    As the arduous campaign trail undertaken by the three cities bidding to host the 2020 Olympics rolls ever forward, the briefest of visits was paid by them to Nanjing last week for the start of the Asian Youth Games.Short it may have been, but with the con...
  • Stampfli moves into ITF final

    Number-three seeded Breana Stampfli of T&T, advanced to the final of the Girls Singles Under-18 category yesterday at the St Vincent ITF Junior International Tennis Tournament, when her Canadian opponent Anjana Suresh could not go the distance. Stampfli w...
  • T&T opens youth netball campaign against Bermuda

    Trinidad and Tobago will open its campaign in the World Youth Netball Championships against Bermuda tomorrow.The competition started in spectacular style yesterday with a breathtaking opening ceremony followed by host nation Scotland’s first game agains...
  • Anil blasts TTFA, T&THB

    Minister of Sports Anil Roberts yesterday hit back at officials of the T&T Football Association and T&T Hockey Board following criticism of his Ministry regarding funding for their teams’ participation at recent foreign competitions. Allegations were ma...
  • Update from the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission

    The Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) is the national body established by the Government of Jamaica to direct the anti-doping programme specific to sports, including testing of athletes. JADCO continues to conduct comprehensive testing activities, in...
  • T&T out of Pan Am Juniors due to lack of funds

    T&T will not be represented at this weekend’s Pan American Junior Championships in Medellin, Colombia. The local track and field body, the National Association for Athletic Associations (NAAA) had named a 20 member contingent (13 athletes and seven o...
  • Carter, Romany, Ramkissoon ready for World Juniors

    Dylan Carter, Jonathan Ramkissoon and Joshua Romany are now in the tapering phase of training for the Fina World Junior Swimming Championships scheduled from Monday to August 31 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The trio have been training together with th...
  • Bovell eyes Rio Olympics

    Top T&T swimmer George Bovell has set his sights on medalling at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, which he believes will be possible once he receives the proper backing. Bovell made the comments during a welcome ceremony held in his honour at the Hyatt R...
  • Lewis shares sailing expertise

    Atlantic sport ambassador and Olympic sailor, Andrew Lewis was sevens years old when his father sent him to his first sailing camp, where he developed a passion for the sport. Since then the student has become the teacher, as he has hosted hundreds of chi...