THE CALL by president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Brian Lewis for greater attention to be paid protecting children from abuse during sporting activity is one which all must heed.
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Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee President Brian Lewis has challenged sporting authorities to take child abuse in sport seriously.