Government’s allocation of just over $325 million to sports came as a surprise to many, yet appreciated generally by the National Governing Bodies (NGBs) yesterday.

Kevin Lee-A-Ping walked onto the set of Planting Seeds bursting with excitement. Like the other 52 entrepreneurs débuted on the first season of the show, this was his first time pitching his business idea—not just to a panel of investors, but to the entire Caribbean region.

The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago has invited Dr. Barry Fudge to Trinidad to perform the first stage of accreditation of the Elite Development & Performance Unit (EDPU) Physiology Laboratory and conduct a coach education talk shop on performance physiology testing.

Alongside remittances, tourism was crucial to keeping the Jamaican economy afloat in those alarmingly tough times during and immediately after the global financial crisis of a few years back.

Sport stakeholders must share the burden of economic sacrifice as Trinidad and Tobago seeks to overcome and navigate economic difficulties

TEARS of joy flowed in Trinidad and ­Tobago and Brazil yesterday when Cleopatra Borel became the first athlete from Trinidad and Tobago to reach a final at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Borel qualified for the medal round of the women’s shot put, which took place last night.