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Friday, 30 March 2018 21:22

CARIFTA Games To Start Tomorrow

Going for quality and not quantity this year, a smaller squad from Trinidad and Tobago will start its assault on medals at the 47th edition of the popular Carifta games in the morning over in the Bahamas.

Sjaelan Evens and Anthony Phillips were on Sunday morning victorious in the trail run at the 12th Subway River Dash held at Samaan Park in Chaguaramas.

Kent Fuentes has more.

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee held an athlete branding and sponsorship seminar designed to help local athletes maximise their branding potential.

And according to the athletes themselves it was something they needed.

The 36th Annual Trinidad and Tobago Special Olympic Games got off on Saturday at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex and sponsors Digicel wants to see more corporate support next year.

The athletes came out in their numbers with their supporters looking on from the stands ready to cheer them on in the glorious weather.

Ian Wason has more.

The third night of competition in the National Long-Course Swimming Championships proved very interesting with a number of swimmers achieving the qualifying standard for Carifta Games.

Ruskin Mark has highlights of a smart mix of strokes.

Central FC rebounded from their shock 2-0 defeat to Portmore United in their group 'b' opener to blank Haiti’s Racing Club 3-0 to stay alive in the Caribbean Club Championship Series in the Dominican Republic.

As we hear from Ruskin Mark, Jason Marcano was the hero for the Sharks who are still alive in the competition heading into their monster clash with host club Atlantico FC who drew 2-2 with Portmore United on Friday evening.

Defence Force added the Barry Stewart Invitational to the North Zone title they won in October to make it 3 titles in 3 competitions with an 80-65 win over Shak Attack to win the finals 2-0 at the Jean Pierre Complex.

Ian Wason has more.

Saturday, 13 January 2018 19:06

Police Beat Petro Jazz

Police beat Petro Jazz on Thursday to leave the Barry Stewart Invitational wide open. 

Defence Force is already through to the finals but the teams finishing 2nd to 4th will have to play each other for the final spot.

Police win meant the 5 other teams can still qualify for the playoffs.

Ian Wason has more.

Saturday, 13 January 2018 16:41

7 Local Referees Receive Their 2018 Badges

Seven of this country's football referees received their badges for the 2018 season allowing them to officiate in FIFA sanctioned matches.

The three men and four women were presented with their accreditation on Friday evening.

Kent Fuentes has more.

As we close out 2017 most of us are anxious to see what 2018 has in store for us as individuals as well as the country.

Among those keen to look ahead are a number of this country’s athletes whose season is almost upon us.

Ruskin Mark has more on two such athletes who copped the top junior awards at the TTOC ceremony recently.

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