CHARITABLE, unique, and larger-than-life were some of the words used to describe Joe Brown, the popular chef and avid cyclist, who was fondly remembered at a memorial service held at the Queen's Park Oval, Tragarete Road, today.

EVERY road fatality is a tragedy but there is something extraordinarily heartbreaking about Saturday’s deadly incident in which two cyclists in a group of 14 lost their lives on the Beetham Highway.

A UWI Tobago player (left) inflicts a crunching tackle on his Northern opponent at a match yesterday in the Police Sevens Rugby Tournament.

NATIONAL rugby team players Nigel Ballington and Nicolette Pantor picked up the MVP (Most Valuable Player) awards after they led their teams (Harvard and Police) to their respective men and women’s titles at the annual Police Rugby Sevens Tournament yesterday, at the Police Training Academy, St James Barracks.

It was just last week, ex­ec­u­tive chef and founder at Jaf­fa Restau­rant at the Queen's Park Oval Joe Brown held a fundrais­er on the Di­vali hol­i­day to raise funds for a fel­low cy­clist who was in­jured.

Chef Joe Brown, a member of cycling club Slipstream, died on Saturday, after being hit by a car while cycling with clubmates, along the Beetham Highway.

BRIAN LEWIS, president of the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC), remembers late rugby player and cyclist Joe Brown as a tough but passionate person, both in and out of the sporting arena.

Fam­i­ly, friends and ac­quain­tances of Jaf­fa at the Oval chef Joe Brown are tak­ing to so­cial me­dia and oth­er plat­forms to pay trib­ute to him.