T&T's Michael Alexander, left, and Joel Williamson of Guyana throw punches in the second leg of the Tuesday Night Boxing Series at the home of the West Indies batting legend Brian Lara, Lady Chancellor Hill, Port-of-Spain, on Tuesday night. PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER
Sports in Southern Trinidad got a shot in the arm on Sunday when work re-started at the Tarouba Stadium. Whilst officials of UDeCOTT were visiting the controversial venue, clean up exercises were on the way at what was supposed to be the pride of South in terms of Sporting arenas.
TTOC president Brian Lewis, left, with former International Soca Monarch Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez, Hans Romany, Diane Henderson, chair of the T&T International Marathon and businessman/entertainer Peter C Lewis at Olympic House, yesterday. The occasion was a media conference to announce Lyons-Alvarez’s participation together with entertainment and media partners in Sunday’s marathon to raise awareness for the TTOC’s 10 Golds 2024 Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund initiative. PHOTO: SEAN NERO
Leading entertainer Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez will partner with the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) to raise awareness about its 10 Golds by 2024 Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund initiative.
Shakir Fleming, right, and Isaac Herbert in the first leg of the Tuesday Night Boxing at the Castle last week Tuesday. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
National boxers will match their skills against boxers from Guyana and St Lucia when the second leg of the Tuesday Night Boxing Series takes place at the residence of Brian Lara Castle at Chancellor Hill in Port-of-Spain, from 7 pm, this evening.
Trinidad and Tobago’s sole Olympic cycling hopeful, Njisane Phillip, touched down in Hong Kong early yesterday morning ahead of his penultimate 2016 Summer Games qualifier event – UCI World Cup Series third and final leg – which pedals off in Hong Kong on Saturday.