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Hasely Crawford, Olympic 100 metres gold medallist, congratulates double gold medalist Khalifa St Fort at the Flow Carifta Games in Curacao, yesterday.

Khalifa St Fort did it!

She completed the sprint double after racing to victory in the Girls Under-20 200 metres final at the Flow Carifta Games yesterday at the multi-purpose Ergilio Hato Stadium in Willemstad, Curacao.

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Together as one: The Fiji stars come together to give thanks Read more at http://www.rugbyworld.com/countries/rest-of-the-world/heroes-hong-kong-study-fiji-sevens-77830#BFtK1PX4Iqq6Ey73.99

With 16 titles, Olympic gold medallists Fiji have more Hong Kong wins than anyone else. Here is a look at what makes them so special.

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Gabriella Donahue splashes gold

Gabriella Donahue of T&T established the first Carifta record of the 2017 Carifta Swimming Championships at the Betty Kelly Kenning National Swimming Complex, Nassau, Bahamas, yesterday morning.

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Warrior spirit: West Indies captain Jason Holder bellows in celebration of the wicket of Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad during the third and final One-Day-Internaional at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, Guyana on Tuesday. Pakistan won by six wickets. —Photo: WICB Media/Randy Brooks

A recent article in a Caribbean newspaper hinted that West Indies captain Jason Holder is too nice a guy to get the best out of his players. It suggested that he should get tougher with them and adopt the sergeant major approach that Allan Border, a former Australian captain, used with his players.

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Khalifa St Fort...the T&T sprinter impressed at the Flow Carifta Games again, winning the Girls' Under-20 100 metres dash in 11.56 seconds yesterday in Curacao.

T&T sprinter Khalifa St Fort struck gold again, clocking 11.56 seconds to win the Girls Under-20 100 metres dash at the Flow Carifta Games which started in Curacao, yesterday.

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Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter said his silver medal swim in the Men’s 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division I men’s Swimming and Diving Championships was significant for the country and him personally. And Carter will be aiming for another medal last night as he was the fourth fastest qualifier for the Men’s 100 yard freestyle.

Top Trinidad and Tobago swimmer Dylan Carter said his silver medal swim in the Men’s 200 yard freestyle at the NCAA Division I men’s Swimming and Diving Championships was significant for the country and him personally.

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