T&T swimmer Dylan Carter touched the wall third in heat six of the men's 100 metres freestyle but did not advance to the semifinals at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday morning.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – West Indies captain Kieron Pollard has blasted the quality of the Kensington Oval pitch in Barbados as “unacceptable for international cricket”, following his side’s 2-1 defeat in the three-match One-Day series against Australia.
BRIDGETOWN – Head coach Phil Simmons is confident the one-day series defeat to Australia will have little or no impact on West Indies’ performance in the four-match Twenty20 International series against Pakistan starting in Barbados on Wednesday.
Judoka Gabriella Wood is set to unleash more than five years of intense preparation, during her much-awaited debut performance at the Tokyo Olympic Games in Japan.
TOKYO – At the age of eight, Bermudian triathlete Flora Duffy dreamt of becoming an Olympic champion.
ARLINGTON, Texas, USA – Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz missed out on the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the first time in six years when they crashed to a 1-0 defeat to the United States in a tense quarter-final on Sunday night.
Boxing pundits would say T&T's Aaron Prince was the cause of his own demise. And it might well be so.
There are concerns that an agreement by the FIFA-appointed Normalisation Committee to select an all-local staff to support coach Welshman James Thomas and the T&T Senior Women's team, will not be upheld.
T&T sailor Andrew Lewis endured another tough day in the men's one-person dinghy laser event, ending with a pile of points in race three on Monday morning at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The Futsal Association of T&T (FATT) will host the second edition of Kids’ Connect – a series of free virtual Mental Health webinars for children from August 2 to 6.
The T&T Volleyball Federation (TTVF) is seeking the support of corporate T&T as they attempt to raise TT$200,000 to complete their budget to participate in three major upcoming international tournaments.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Composed half-centuries from Nicholas Pooran and Jason Holder helped West Indies produce a gallant fightback, as the home side beat Australia by four wickets in Saturday’s second Day/night One-Day International to set up a series decider on Monday.
Battling cramps among other issues, T&T cyclist Teniel Campbell couldf not capitalise on a relatively decent start she got at the Women's Road Race at the Fuji International Speedway of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan on Sunday.
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