Wednesday 10th August, 2005

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Gatlin blurs past field

Justin Gatlin didn’t just win the 100 meters at the world athletics championships, he dominated it like no other sprinter in the meet’s history...



Skipper Daniel takes top award

Paragon is reliving fond memories of a successful past by its capture of the 2005 North Zone Division II title...

Longest day has an end

Digicel! what a word! Everybody in sport connects it to the current emasculation of West Indies cricket. That may not be entirely fair because Digicel is only part of the debacle that is the new Windies cricket....

Other Sports

Ananda, Jessica aiming at the Melbourne Games

Jessica Pouchet and Ananda Fraser are the two gymnasts to represent T&T at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia...

What the police can do

“Unity is strength without unity there’s no strength.” These are the watchwords by which the Police netball team stand and it has brought them success...

Double Rooks with Carl Jacobs

Fiasco at Belfort - T&T juniors suffer at ‘worst tournament ever’

Fide, the world chess body, must take full responsibility for the horrors experienced by participants at the recent World Youth Chess Championships held at Belfort, France...

Paragon on way back up

It is a very long time since the Cocorite-based Paragon Sports Club has won a cricket championship...

Thinking Sport - Stylish end to an experience of a lifetime

Thinking Sport - a new experience with an eye on sports journalism as a career’ came to a stylish end on Saturday with appeals from feature speaker Deryck Murray, facilitator Anil Roberts and several participants for more such opportunities to be made available to members of the sporting community...

The Spalksman with Anil Roberts

National Sport Policy Part V - Strategies to outsmart?

It is a well known historical fact that mega-projects present the unscrupulous few with the greatest opportunities to fleece the public purse...

Par for the course with Neil Giuseppi

Take mountain to Mahomet

I make absolutely no apologies today for returning to one of my pet peeves, the proliferation of charity golf tournaments which, beneficial as they are to the various charities they support, bring absolutely no benefit to the sport they exploit...




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