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He is yet to represent T&T at any level of competition, but 13-year-old Michael Jack, who runs the 400 and 800 metres,...

 It is that time of the year, when we indulge in all things Christmas...

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We brought you a tease earlier this week, and now we have the report in full.

Kelvin Johnson conquered the Siparia 20k this past weekend as the southern town hosted a series of games.

Ryan Bachoo has the race for us.

 

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Time may have elapsed, but Thema Williams hasn't forgotten the T&T Olympic Committee.

Together with her legal team this afternoon, nine-question were posed through the media to understand better how the committee ended up with its...

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Sir Gary Sobers was the toast of Saturday evening's cricketers who can cook event hosted at the Queen's Park Oval by the past cricketer's society of Trinidad and Tobago.

Their annual event is held in remembrance of past players and their...

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They've been in back to back Intercol finals.

 Yes, San Juan North Secondary takes control of our inside the SSFLsegment tonight. 

In our penultimate backtrack of our ten years series we introduce you to the final and perhaps most important member of the sports team.

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T&T Olympic Committee president Brian Lewis talks about his new appointment to the Sport Integrity Global Alliance and what it means for Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean.

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T&T sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste has withdrawn from the Commonwealth Games squad. She made the revelation via Instagram, where she said, “After competing at the World Indoor Championships in March, I made the decision to withdraw from the...

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The TTFA has dismissed any reports or rumours that national senior men's team head coach Dennis Lawrence will resign from his present duties to undertake a role at former Welsh club Wrexham.

 

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