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The T&T International Marathon is fast approaching when runners, local and foreign, gravitate to the start line in Freeport on Sunday January 21st, 2018 for the ultimate test - a 26.2-mile grind to White Hall.

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.

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.

It's the start of a long journey for this country's cyclists, who left this morning for Belarus to take part in the fifth and final World Cup of Cycling event.

Defence Force qualified for the Final of the Barry Stewart Invitational Basketball Tournament with an 87-67 win over Maloney Pacers.

Sports Minister Darryl Smith is over the moon with the squad chosen to represent T&T in the upcoming CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup Qualification Series set for the Ato Boldon Stadium next week.

The final 22 women to represent this country in the CONCACAF Under-20 Women's Tournament, which begins on the 18th of January right here in Trinidad and Tobago, were selected today.

Tough Day For Red Force In Grenada

The TT Red Force endured another tough day in the field after winning the toss and asked the Windwards Volcanoes to bat first over in Grenada.

TT Cyclists Ready For The World

The countdown is on for the UCI World Cup in Belarus where the T&T contingent is hoping to announce itself to the world of cycling once again.

Njisane Psyched For T&T Cycling Team

Primed and ready for action, that's the four-member National Sprint Cycling Team that is heading off to Belarus on Friday.

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This country's badminton players once again found the going tough on the second day of competition in the Pan American
Kent Fuentes continues his conversation with President of the Trinidad And Tobago Hockey Board, Douglas Camacho, as he
The sport of futsal is about to take off in Trinidad and Tobago, at least that's the hope of the local Futsal
Eight teams are competing in the Pan American Badminton Team Championships out at the National Racquet Centre in
Over the next five days, the region’s best badminton players will be in action in the Pan American Badminton
The playing future of local stars Kieron Pollard, Darren Bravo and Sunil Narine with the West Indies team is still up
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