Keshorn Walcott

DOUBLE Olympic men’s javelin medallist Keshorn Walcott will miss the rest of the 2018 track and field season to rest and fully recover after undergoing two elbow surgeries last year.

Former national netballer Peggy Castanada, third from left front row poses with other coaches and indiviudals, who will play a major part in the Regional Corporation’s ‘Back 2 Basics’ Community Netball Programme, at a Meet and Greet reception on July 4 at the Arima Town Hall. With her are Nikeisha Felix-Lewis, from left, back row, Councillor Michael Castellano (Arima Borough Corporation), Alderman Onika Haynes (Vice-Chair Tunapuna Piarco Regional Corporation), Jaime Browne (Programme Director), Jacqueline Morris, Margaret Francis, Councillor Anthony Davis (Arima Borough Corporation) and in the front row from left: Odette John, Veronica Mc Donald-Nicoll, Kielle Connelly and Daniella Hall.

Former national netball players and coaches Peggy Castanada and Jennifer Frank are among a group of coaches that will bring their expertise to young players through the “Back 2 Basic” Netball Programme, the brainchild of the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation.

Courtney Chadee

AT least one person has died as a result of Tuesday’s earthquake. Residents of Arima, and especially staff and students of the Arima Boys’ Government Primary School (ABG), were in mourning after learning of the sudden death of 46-year-old Courtney Chadee.

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WITH INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY 2018 ON 12 AUGUST FOCUSING ON #SAFESPACES4YOUTH, OLYMPIC.ORG LOOKS AHEAD TO THE YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES (YOG) TAKING PLACE IN BUENOS AIRES THIS OCTOBER, AND THE WORK BEING DONE TO ENSURE THE SAFEGUARDING OF ATHLETES.

A 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck at 5:31 pm near Venezuela.

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