Juan Mosca, a trainer, owner and breeder died on Wednesday after succumbing to a heart attack.
USA-based top T&T swimmer, Dylan Carter is in favour of next year's International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships and World Masters Championships in Fukuoka (JPN) being staged before the Tokyo Olympic Games which were postponed from July of this year to July 24 to August 8, 2021.
Former West Indies leg-spinner Samuel Badree has decided to throw his hat in the ring to become head coach of the T&T Red Force team.
Former champion jockey Ricky Jadoo became the oldest jockey, in the 26 years of racing of the sport at the centralised facility at Santa Rosa Park in Arima, to win the Trinidad Derby when he landed the Merlin Samlalsingh-owned/Glenn Mendez-trained Cape Canaveral in 2019.
Chairman of the West Indies selection panel, Roger Harper, believes that to be successful going forward and to compete with the best teams in the world, the West Indies need to have top-level players in all formats of the game at present. Harper was speaking on Isports on i95.5fm with host Andre Errol Baptiste on Saturday.
As if the local horse racing industry could not take any more body blows, the decision to close the local horse racing industry from March 28 has thrown the sport into a tailspin.
Shuttle Force Badminton Club, the most successful club in the country, is sending advice to all badminton players of what they can do during this period of the global novel coronavirus (COVID-) pandemic which has also affected T&T sports.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s team captain Khaleem Hyland is keeping busy and maintaining high hopes of wearing the national colours in the future again at whatever time that may be.
KFC, the nation's favourite fast food, has decided to start an online cricket coaching project with assistance from Cricket360.
Former T&T international hockey standout, England-based Kwandwane Browne like many professional sportsmen worldwide have been trying their best to keep fit and focus as the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus (COVID-19) virus pandemic.
Attorneys for the ousted T&T Football Association (TTFA) Dr Emir Crowne and Matthew GW Gayle have officially file an application to begin proceedings of their legal battle through the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) on Monday, against the world governing body for football, the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) on behalf of their clients.
Last year's TRINRE Caribbean Champion Stakes could not have had a better finish to a race which generated so much hype and excitement. That race was run on the main track at Santa Rosa Park in Arima on October 26 during Day 33 programme.
This country could end up with a backlog of events when the coronavirus pandemic is over, and it will be the headache of organisations like the Sport Company of T&T (Sportt) to fix a chaotic calendar.
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