Head of a regional sporting body is high in praise of CARICOM’s approach to sports, entertainment and culture.

Read more: Kudos for region’s business approach to sports, entertainment, culture

TT OLYMPIC Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis says the recent post-election dialogue on race is uncomfortable but necessary to make TT a better country.

Read more: ‘We must embrace dialogue about race’

It is official! The first-ever Sport Integrity Week will take place between 7 and 11 of September 2020. The announcement has just been made by SIGA, the world’s leading independent coalition in the field of sports governance and integrity, coinciding with the release of the Official Event Brochure.

Read more: OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT – Sport Integrity Global Alliance

Venezuela - August 13, 2020.- On the last day of programming in the 1st Sports Administration Seminar organized by the Education Commission of the Central American and Caribbean Sports Organization (CACSO), a good level of organization and invited speakers was maintained to offer their knowledge to the more than 1500 participants who connected on the ZOOM and YouTube platforms.

Read more: Successfully Completed 1st CACSO Sports Administration Seminar

For the second time in two weeks, the local basketball community has been plunged into mourning with the passing of one of the sport’s livewires, former club player Wesley “Beast” Haynes, who died on Sunday morning while taking part in a traditional “sweat” at the St Barbs basketball court in Laventille....

Read more: Tributes pour in for basketball stalwart

VENEZUELA (Wednesday, August 12, 2020).- The second day of the 1st Seminar on Sports Administration of the Central American and Caribbean Sports Organization (CACSO) continued the success of the opening day by registering a large number of participants throughout the four presentations conducted by the speakers.

Read more: THE SECOND DAY OF THE CACSO SPORTS ADMINISTRATION SEMINAR WAS HELD WITH GREAT SUCCESS