FELICIAN Guerra will captain a 23-man TT rugby team against Bermuda in the Rugby Americas North Men’s 15s Tournament at the St Anthony’s College Ground in Westmoorings, at 4 pm, tomorrow.

President of the TT Cycling Federation Robert Farrier, second from left, shakes hands with Mukesh Ramsingh of Metro Hotel, while PSL CEO Desmond Roberts, right, and cycling icon Gene Samuels, left, looks on at the PSL Fire on Wheels launch at TTOC headquarters, Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, yesterday. All smiles is from left while TTCF president Robert Farrier.

TOP LOCAL, regional and international cyclists will battle for Olympic Games points when the PSL Cycling Club of TT presents the UCI (International Cycling Union) Class II International Fire on Wheels event at the National Cycling Centre in Couva, on June 2 and 3.

The former Chelsea youth players Grant Lunn (far left) and Gary Baker show their support for racism allegations made by four other former Chelsea players, who do not want to be identified. Photograph: Ben Lister

Two white players from 1980s youth setup back racism allegations
Chelsea say they are taking claims seriously and offering support
Gwyn Williams and Graham Rix deny wrongdoing

(L to R) Karl Muckette, Leslie Figaro, Curtis Nero, Carl Seymour, Colin Peters, Maria Thomas.

Mr. Leslie Figaro stepped down as the President of the Trinidad & Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) at the Union’s Annual General Meeting on Monday, April 23, 2018. Mr. Figaro has been in the position for the past ten (10) years and saw rugby reach the pinnacle of sport administration in Trinidad & Tobago.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Nathan Farinha (centre) gets going a tad early during the 4x100m relay in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. (Copyright Allan V Crane/CA-Images/Wired868)

Ever since Nathan Farinha began running track at the age of eight, he’s dreamed of representing the “Red, White and Black” at a major global championship.