THE Prime Minister is hoping that TT athletes who wish to be vaccinated before the 2021 Tokyo Olympics will be able to do so locally.

Read more: Rowley hopes athletes will get vaccine before Olympics

A virtual meeting on Tuesday between the Prime Minister and China President Xi Jinping set the stage for Trinidad and Tobago to receive covid19 vaccines from China, amid uncertainties over other sources of vaccines.

Read more: China promises to help Trinidad and Tobago with covid19 vaccines

Clarence Rambharat, Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries, identified ten issues post-COVID-19 that sports stakeholders must confront to emerge stronger and better suited to the changing economic landscape.

Read more: Rambharat names 10 issues facing sports stakeholders post-COVID-19

With International Women’s Day being marked today, Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis has committed his organisation to ensuring that a Team TO woman mounts an Olympic podium in upcoming editions of the Summer Games.

To date all 19 medals - three gold, five silver, 11 bronze...


The Caribbean Public Health Agency (Carpha) said obesity levels in Caricom countries are the highest worldwide, and alarmingly high in children.

Read more: Caribbean obesity levels alarming

MINISTER of Sport and Community Development Shamfa Cudjoe and Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries Clarence Rambharat both addressed the economic impact of the covid19 pandemic at the sixth Sport Industry TT Conference on Thursday, discussing ways of coping during these unprecedented times and how the pandemic will affect sport in the future.

Read more: Cudjoe: Covid19 has crippled the cash contribution of sport