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GAYELLE TV announced yesterday that it is still open for broadcast after being pulled out of a $1 million hole by Flow Trinidad, one of the cable providers that stream the local content channel.

Read more: Gayelle stays on air Cable provider Flow covers $1m debt:

Will there be anybody like Usain Bolt again? Not if you ask the man himself. “I doubt it,” he replied, flashing that toothy, impish grin. “Nobody can be the next Usain Bolt.”

Read more: Rio Olympics 2016: Usain Bolt injury scare has not dented his faith in golden 'treble-treble'

• IAAF suspended country after investigation revealed systematic doping
• IOC was waiting on ruling as it decides whether to ban entire country

Read more: Cas upholds Rio Olympics ban on 68 Russian athletes

• IOC seeks legal advice over blanket ban versus athletes’ rights to justice
• McLaren report had revealed extent of Russian cover-up

Read more: Russian doping: IOC delays decision on possible blanket ban for Rio Olympics

Russia's Sports Ministry has been accused of directly orchestrating a doping programme running throughout the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games in today's World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Independent Commission report which used a "Disappearing Positive Methodology".

Read more: "Unique" doping programme masterminded by Russian Sports Ministry outlined in WADA Report

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