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Tobago will return bigger and stronger at next year’s Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) says Huey Cadette, secretary for Sport, Education and Youth Affairs in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Olympic sailor Andrew Lewis is revamping his training technique in preparation for participation in pre-Olympic qualifying event now taking place around the world, as he works to secure a place for T&T in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. 

Mega and small scale sport tourism has the potential to contribute to the social, cultural, economic and infrastructural development of the host country or city. Sport tourism involves the travel of persons for non-business reasons to participate and or observe sporting activities (Hall, 1992).

Ishwar Sookoonsingh walked away with the prestigious Cricketer of the Year honour when the South-East Zonal Council of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) staged its annual prize distribution function for the 2014 season, on Saturday.

Former Soca Warriors striker and all-time T&T leading scorer Stern John converted the decisive penalty and National Super League outfit, WASA FC stunned holders and three-time champions DirecTV W Connection 4-3 on penalty-kicks after a 1-1 draw in the Toyota Classic round-of-16 opener.

Rainbow Warriors were again victorious at the recent TDC Ultimate tag team triathlon held at Las Cuevas. 

The hype surrounding the December 2 Fifa Women’s World Cup second leg intercontinental playoff between T&T and Ecuador is expected to reach fever pitch this week with the thrust of the “Be the 12th Warrior” campaign.

T&T senior hockey women were left without a medal at the 22nd Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games after losing 2-1 to host Mexico in their bronze medal contest at the High Performance Centre, Veracruz, Mexico, yesterday.

Opportunities for medal at the CAC Games in Veracruz, Mexico, were at a premium for T&T, yesterday, but Christopher George came up big when the chance came, securing bronze in the men’s judo 100kg weight division. He, however, was one of few athletes who were in the final stages of competitio

Brian O’Farrel’s contribution to the sport of rugby in T&T is nothing short of legendary, but his commitment to the resurgence of school’s rugby remains priceless. The Irish-born T&T-national, who was credited with repairing the fracture the sport suffered after almost a decade when the n

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