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The success of the recent October 24 professional boxing card has sparked interest in several professional boxers who have now seen a glimmer of hope in the sport.

Random drug testing was conducted at this year’s staging of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Sport and Physical Education Centre (SPEC) International half marathon and the findings will inspire the sporting fraternity, says Major David Benjamin, director of the programme.

The bpTT Mayaro Netball League is creating a solid platform for the discovery and development of young talent in the sport.

This assertion was made by former national player Bridget Adams, who currently serves as the netball head coach for the University of T&T (UTT).

Ordinary players may find Vishy Anand’s loss in the 11th game of his World Chess Championship match with Magnus Carlsen hard to understand. 

The Super 10 Basketball League (SBL) has lauded the efforts of this country’s senior women basketball players, who placed fifth at the Central American and Caribbean Games, culminating with a 70-61 win over Costa Rica in Mexico, on Sunday.

Former Trinidad and Tobago captain Dwight Yorke would love for this country to grace the centre stage at the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup.

Argentine-born Canadian midfielder Miguel Romero scored four minutes into injury time as Central FC came from behind to defeat nine-man Defence Force 2-1 to regain top spot in the Digicel T&T Pro League on Tuesday night.

The top three finishers from last year's National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) Jungle Jackpot Mountain Bike Race are set to do battle when this year's edition pedals off on December 7 at the Arboretum, Chaguaramas, from 8 am.

Glamorgan were crowned champions of the T&T Volleyball Federation Championship Division final after a four-set win over Technocrats at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas on Saturday.

In the championship match, Glamorgan won 25-23, 25-16, 20-25, 25-21.

It was indeed a swim meet to remember as ten national open records were broken at the recently concluded National Open Short Course Championships at the St Michael’s Swimming Complex, San Fernando, including an 18-year old record for the 200-metre butterfly. 

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