I have tried in the last week to find appropriate words to describe Mrs Dianne Marshall Holdip, the former assistant Registrar at High Wooding Law School, cultural advocate of the calypso, steelband and mas fraternity, devoted mother, wife and best friend, a nation builder and role model.
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It’s absolutely amazing. On 2nd November 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic in front of a capacity crowd of Olympic movement whos who. The Trinidad and Tobago mens 4x400m Iaaf World relay team were called on stage to receive the Association of National Olympic Committees Award for best male athlete from the Americas region.
A fresh approach and new opportunities can help sport rediscover its mojo and edge.
Self serving; misplaced selfishness; an orgy of self interest, that’s how many people now define and see the world of sport.
For many people the glass is half empty.. not half filled.
Every day it's story after story of troubled times and overwhelming loss of hope.
Sporting organisations at the top of the sport hierarchy pyramid are fading towards irrelevance.
Know thyself! How can we move forward if we don’t know and understand ourselves? What do we believe? What do we stand for? How do we see ourselves?L
If Sport stakeholders in Trinidad and Tobago continue living in denial oblivious to the harsh fact of austerity. Sport will grind to a standstill as the consequence of the culture of entitlement and dependency .
Sport is in for a tough ride as the country’s economic horizon look very, very, challenging. Where do we go from here?