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In two months, Thema Williams will find out the judgment in her multi-million dollar lawsuit against the T&T Gymnastics Federation.

He started swimming at the age of five for personal safety, but he soon realised he can excel in this sport, so Graham Chatoor dived in for the long haul.

In this evening's sports insight, Astil Renn takes a closer look at his promising...

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Its only called the biggest party in sport, but for the 100 plus cricketers that will play in this year's CPL, it's serious business.

Today the two teams that will get the party started had their pre-match press conference and let's just...

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In cool mid-morning conditions, the twelfth edition of the subway river raid raced off on Sunday at Tucker Valley.

Here's Renaldo Garcia to recap the result's from the weekend'

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A once in a lifetime opportunity awaits two teams from the Brian Ruiz Football Academy.

That is if the academy can find its way to France next year.

Tonight we let them make their case on why corporate T&T should help them get...

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley shared further insight into his meeting with executive members of the Cricket Australia...

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Paralympic gold medalist Akeem Stewart opened his international season with a big throw in Barbados this past weekend.


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The Amateur Swimming Association president Wendell Lai Hing was on the Morning Shot today reacting to Dylan Carter's silver medal success at the Commonwealth Games.

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