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Friday, August 29, 2014

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Walcott breaks national record

Keshorn Walcott improved on his own national record at the Weltklasse IAAF Diamond League finals, in Zurich, Switzerland, yesterday. Read more »

  • Silver for Bovell in World Cup 50m free

    Trinidad and Tobago swimmer George Bovell captured his second medal at the 2014 FINA World Cup in Doha, Qatar yesterday, earning a silver in the men’s 50-metre freestyle event in a time of 21.43 seconds. Read More »

  • TTFA needs $4m

    THE Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will petition Government and the business sector for between two to four million dollars in funding for the World Cup preparation effort of the Trinidad and Tobago women’s national team. Read More »

  • Yorke stadium worries

    There is a big hole currently in the middle of the Dwight Yorke Stadium, but the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is confident two international matches against the Guadeloupe men’s national football team will come off, despite some concern about the readiness of the playing surface. Read More »

  • Rain ruins one-off T20

    Only 28 deliveries were possible as rain wrecked the one-off Twenty20 International between West Indies and Bangladesh here Wednesday night. Read More »

  • Cricket Board lauds record-breaker Ramdin

    Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) president Azim Bassarath has hailed the record-breaking performance of Denesh Ramdin, saying the T&T batsman is now reaping the rewards of his perseverance. Read More »

  • Sir Richie wants Test dominance too

    West Indies team manager Sir Richie Richardson has backed the regional side to use the momentum from the successful one-day series and also dominate Bangladesh in the upcoming Test series. Read More »

  • Greenidge wants free rein for Lloyd

    The West Indies hierarchy must give new chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd a free rein to make the changes that will inspire a turnaround in fortunes for the national team, according to batting great Gordon Greenidge. Read More »

  • Maloney, La Romaine into KO stage

    Defending Hoop of Life Community Basketball League champions La Romaine and last year’s losing finalists Maloney have made it to the knockout round in the 2014 edition of the competition and will draw for their Round of 24 opponents at the Normandie Hotel on Saturday. Read More »

  • Calypso Girls aiming for World top six

    Qualifying for the 2015 Netball World Cup in Sydney, Australia next August with an unbeaten run, which included a comfortable victory over Barbados, may seem almost a dream for Trinidad and Tobago netball considering it’s continued decline in recent years. Read More »

  • Mosca’s Rosie’s Dream tests positive

    TRAINER Juan Mosca’s Rosie Dream has turned into a nightmare for him, as the mare has tested positive for the drug Dipridamole, a class three violation under the Trinidad and Tobago Racing Authority’s (TTRA) Rules of Racing. Read More »

  • Stosur goes no further

    Former champion Samantha Stosur is out at the U.S. Open. The 24th-seeded Australian lost to Kaia Kanepi 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (8) in the second round yesterday. Read More »

  • Ronaldo gets best player award

    Cristiano Ronaldo has won UEFA’s award as the best player in Europe last season after scoring a record 17 goals in the Champions League. Read More »

  • Help us, please

    They have reached the final leg of an historic first World Cup qualification, and the Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s footballers are begging for financial assistance. In six weeks’ time, they play the final round of qualifying for next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. Read More »

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