Finally Getting It Right

There is no limit to what we can achieve as a nation if we are not overly concerned with who gets the credit. …

Bitter-sweet Season

For the most part, pre-tour commentators expected Andrew Strauss' English tourists to come and go quietly, having put a comprehensive cut-tail on Chris Gayle's men. …

Miami By Marathon

Miami rises into view as a well-laid out city, beckoning to the trio flying in from the Trinidad and Tobago Road Runners Club.…

One Pair, No Full House

When Carnival sneezes, cricket in the West Indies, so dependent nowadays on its carnivalesque additives for much of its attraction, is virtually certain to catch a severe cold.…

Fighting For The Women

The coming of Norwegian World Cup winning Coach Even Pellerud marks the crossing into a new threshold in the history of women's football in Trinidad & Tobago.…

Hunting In Pairs

Good fast bowlers hunt, the old adage goes, in pairs. And led by the pair of fast bowlers Jerome Taylor and Fidel Edwards, Chris Gayle's troops battled to…

The Irrelevance Of Sport

I wonder what it would be like to exclude sport completely from one's life for, say, one year? No playing sport, no watching it, no reading about it,…

Ah Fraid Carl…

Trinidad and Tobago could find itself in the sporting headlines for all the wrong reasons when Usain Bolt comes here for the inaugural Caribbean Games next year. …

Mystery, Magic And Maturana

Quick! What do Superblue and the late Sir Alf Ramsey have in common? Give up? Shame on you! The answer is easy… if your mind is open. …

The Sacking Of Simoes

By KEN CHAPLIN The issue that caused the separation of service of the technical director of Jamaica’s national team, Rene Simoes, and the Jamaica Football Federation has to do…
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