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It was while on a mountain top in the Pyrenees watching the Tour de France that Eddie Jones realised his England rugby team needed to be more self-driven and free-spirited to scale their own peaks and topple the All Blacks.

Read more: Eddie Jones taps into Great Britain's Rio success to close gap on the All Blacks

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded the exclusive broadcast rights in the Caribbean to International Media Content Ltd (IMC), parent company of SportsMax and a subsidiary of Digicel Group, for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang 2018 and the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020.

Read more: IOC Awards 2018-2020 Broadcast Rights in the Caribbean

Sprinter Nyoshia Cain was yesterday evening disqualified in the women’s 200 metres T44 heat, her first event at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Read more: Cain disqualified in 200m T44 run

NEW YORK—Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has reacted angrily to the sacking of West Indies head coach Phil Simmons, blasting the move as “bizarre” and motivated by “spite and vendetta”.

Read more: PM Mitchell calls Simmons sacking ‘spite and vendetta’

PRIMARY and secondary school students in Valencia and Sangre Grande got the opportunity to meet, greet and mob their sporting hero Keshorn Walcott yesterday afternoon during a motorcade to honour his Olympic bronze medal achievement at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Read more: Keshorn celebrated by Grande, Valencia children

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