Cudjoe calls out delinquent NGBs

Sports Min­is­ter Sham­fa Cud­joe yes­ter­day de­scribed as “rude” moves by Na­tion­al Gov­ern­ing Bod­ies (NG­Bs) which have been re­fus­ing to sub­mit on time their fi­nan­cials, bud­gets and sched­ules for ath­letes to be processed by the min­istry for re­gion­al qual­i­fiers and in­ter­na­tion­al games.

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The University of Glasgow has published a comprehensive report into the institution’s historical links with racial slavery.

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Entertainment and sports lawyer Carla Parris with Jules Sobion, creator of the Caesar’s Army carnival brand.

Lawyer creates web series on IP rights

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There is a way forward to confront the legacy of a colonising nation. Burying our heads in the sand isn’t it, writes Caitlin Prince.

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Pres­i­dent Paula-Mae Weekes will be among the hun­dreds of par­tic­i­pants tak­ing part in this year’s edi­tion of RBC Race for the Kids. The event takes place on Sun­day in Port-of-Spain.

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IOC President Thomas Bach welcomed the deal with Allianz ©Getty Images

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed German-based financial services company Allianz will become a member of its top-tier The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsorship scheme in an eight-year deal starting in 2021.

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