Saturday, August 2, 2014

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Keshorn Walcott was in record-breaking mood in the Commonwealth Games men’s javelin qualifying event, at Hampden Park, here in Glasgow, Scotland, yesterday. Read more »

  • Lightweight bronze for Alexander

    Boxer Michael Alexander will return home from the Commonwealth Games with men’s lightweight bronze. Read More »

  • T&T lose again

    Trinidad and Tobago suffered their second batting collapse of the match to crash to an innings and 41-run defeat to hosts Guyana, in their final round match in the Regional Under-19 Championship yesterday. Read More »

  • Pope saves Windwards Under-19s

    A handy all-round performance from Gidron Pope allowed Windward Islands to overcome a late Jamaica victory charge and earn a draw in the Regional Under-19 Championship yesterday. Read More »

  • Pollard delivers for Tridents

    Inspirational captain Kieron Pollard lashed the winning runs as Barbados Tridents won a last-over thriller here late Thursday night, condemning winless St Lucia Zouks to their fifth straight loss in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League. Read More »

  • Mixed views of Roberts’ exit

    Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) Douglas Camacho called Minister of Sport Anil Roberts’ resignation a sad day. Read More »

  • FIFA to fund National Training Centre

    FIFA Development officers Gregory Englebrecht and Howard McIntosh completed a two-day visit to Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday during which they met with officials of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and made site visits to potential locations for a National Football Training Centre. Read More »

  • Easy President’s Cup for ‘Bigman’

    BIGMAN in town avenged his third-placed finish to Readbetweendlines and J’Ouvert in the 1,800-metre ARC Cup on June 20, with a comfortable victory in yesterday’s 1,900-metre Hino President’s Cup at Santa Rosa Park. Read More »

  • Market Rally shocks ’em in Lexus Breeders Classic

    MARKET RALLY silenced the Emancipation Day holiday crowd, holding off ½ favourite, Glorious Country in yesterday’s 1,800-metre Lexus Breeders Classic at Santa Rosa Park, to complete a hat-trick of wins in this event for trainer John O’Brien. Read More »

  • Rallying to victory:
  • official wants LeBron licence plates

    An Ohio lawmaker wants to give the state’s motorists the chance to score a licence plate honouring LeBron James. Read More »

  • Garcia equals record

    Spaniard Sergio Garcia birdied the final seven holes to match the course record and storm to a three-stroke lead after the second round at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio yesterday. Read More »

  • Settlement possible

    A bribery trial against Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone that has been threatening his hold over the motor sport may end early with a settlement, a Munich court spokeswoman said yesterday, after Ecclestone’s lawyers held talks with prosecutors. Read More »


    As he had done at last year’s IAAF World Championships, Jehue Gordon dived for the line at Hampden Park, here in Glasgow, Scotland, yesterday. The result was silver, the Trinidad and Tobago track star producing his fastest time this season—48.75 seconds—to earn precious metal at his first Commonwealth Games. Read More »

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