Alzarri Joseph in action during the second Test Associated Press

Jason Holder dedicated West Indies' stunning victory in the second Test in Antigua to Alzarri Joseph and his family, after the young fast bowler played on despite the overnight death of his mother, Sharon, to help deliver a 10-wicket victory over England, and with it, an unassailable 2-0 series lead.

IAAF President Sebastian Coe speaking at the Sport Business Summit in Abu Dhabi (Leaders) © Copyright

IAAF President Sebastian Coe has encouraged the world’s track and field athletes to express their personalities, inside and outside the stadium, to better promote the sport to new audiences.

January 24, 2019 | Kwanieze John | Photo: Beyond Rugby Bermuda

From a young age, I have been privileged to be exposed to the Olympic Movement, starting in 2009 with my first appointment as a Youth Olympic Ambassador. This afforded me the opportunity to visit Greece, where it all began.

GAVIN “Dundee” Clark, a former Caribs RFC and TT men’s national team player, died earlier this month in his native Scotland.

Clark, a quantity surveyor, who migrated to TT to work in 1962, died on January 2 at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. A memorial service was h

Cycling is now one step closer to Olympic qualification as the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, through the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs, presented a $364,724 cheque to the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF).

Ayanna Dyette, a national volleyballer from T&T died from cervical cancer last year

A year ago, 32-year-old Trinidad and Tobago national volleyball player Ayanna Dyette was diagnosed with Stage Four cervical cancer.