A childhood encounter with a touring steelband began Stephen Stuempfle’s connection with Trinidad. Now the US scholar has written an illuminating history of Port of Spain in the era before Independence. As Judy Raymond learns, Stuempfle’s research has only deepened his love for T&T’s capital
TTOC President Brian Lewis, left, chats with Whitney Kirkland, Partner, Firebrand Event Productions, at the 5th annual Leaders Sport Business Summit at The TimesCenter, New York, yesterday.
BRIAN Lewis, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) has been absorbing all the information he can from sporting leaders around the world at the 5th annual Leaders Sport Business Summit being held at The TimesCenter in New York.
Jereem Richards (left) and Kenneth Ferguson pose with his 200m gold medal at LAX Airport.
Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC’s) #10gold24 athlete welfare and preparation fund yesterday (Wednesday May 16th) benefitted from an injection of $10,000.00 courtesy the Kenson Group of Companies.
Daniel Simmons hugs his brother of Noah one last time at his funeral yesterday at Gudies Funeral Home in San Fernando. Noah was gunned down on his 16th birthday Tuesday.
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The former Chelsea youth players Grant Lunn (far left) and Gary Baker show their support for racism allegations made by four other former Chelsea players, who do not want to be identified. Photograph: Ben Lister
President of the TT Cycling Federation Robert Farrier, second from left, shakes hands with Mukesh Ramsingh of Metro Hotel, while PSL CEO Desmond Roberts, right, and cycling icon Gene Samuels, left, looks on at the PSL Fire on Wheels launch at TTOC headquarters, Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, yesterday. All smiles is from left while TTCF president Robert Farrier.