DIANE Henderson, president of the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC), and the rest of her executive team elected almost eight months ago, finally signed their oaths to the organisation at the body's new home on Woodford Street, Newtown, on Saturday.

More than 50 years after banning him for his low-key racial injustice protest at the Munich Olympics, the International Olympic Committee says it will allow American gold-medal sprinter Vince Matthews back at the Games.

The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee was copied in on a letter from the IOC, which said it would...

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Author: Associated Press

FORMER US Olympic gold medallist Vince Matthews, 74, who was banned for life by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1972, can now be accredited for Olympic Games.

Matthews and Wayne Collett, both African Americans, were banned by the IOC in 1972 after protesting while on the...

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Author: STEPHON NICHOLAS

More than 50 years after banning him for his low-key racial injustice protest at the Munich Olympics, the International Olympic Committee says it will allow American gold-medal sprinter Vince Matthews back at the games.

THE Trinidad and Tobago bobsleigh team created history on Saturday earning this country’s first-ever medal in the sport when they competed at the North American Cup in Park City, Utah.

The Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organization (RADO) and the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) have signed an historic Memorandum of Understanding aimed at enhancing the fight against doping in sport in the region.