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W Connection might have dominated its CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship opening match, but they went home with the lesson that one bad play can cost you the game.

Less than two minutes into the first half, Johnson Jeudy was allowed to...

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The new evolution wrestling returned to hot shots this past weekend with the heavyweight championship up for grabs.

The night promised much and delivered. Here's Ryan Bachoo.

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As they say, records were meant to be broken, and that’s exactly what happened at the second round of the TTASA 2019 Drag Racing Championship over the weekend. 

As Ryan Bachoo tells us, an astonishing 68-count...

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The secondary school's football treble is still very much alive for Naparima College after they beat St Anthony's to advance to next Tuesday's intercol final.


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Today marked round 10 in the SSFL  premier division and there were some interesting results around the league. ...

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The West Indies has booked its spot at the 2019 Cricket World Cup with a Duckworth/Lewis victory over Scotland. Needing to win its final Super Sixes game against the Scots, the Windies had a poor start by being bowled out for 198 runs inside its...

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She competed in the well known global athletic event called, the Ironman.

It's a three-part event which requires an athlete to cover a distance of 140.6 miles, both on the sea and on land, all in a day, and in a limited time.


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T&T athletics has a rich history in relay running, so it's no surprise the NAAA's puts aside one specific day for relay running on its calendar.

With the Hasely Crawford Stadium closed for carnival, athletes headed east this past...

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Stuart Law will be the next head coach of the West Indies men's team. Guardian Media Limited has been informed by credible sources that the Australian will take up the post replacing Phil Simmons.

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A UK  based film casting company visited T&T yesterday and today as part of a 9-territoryCaribbeann tour in hopes of fining persons to be cast in a film about the 1983 cricket world cup where india dethroned the back to back champions west...