`It was a terrible execution, that’s all I can say at this time’
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, CMC – Celebrated Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown has described her first-round exit from the Women’s 200 metres at the Rio Olympic Games on Monday as “a terrible execution”.
- Centre of Excellence gift to Warner family Havelange’s most telling contribution to Caribbean football -says Warner
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Former vice-president of FIFA Jack Warner has labeled former FIFA president Joao Havelange, who died yesterday, as “the man who changed the face of football forever.”
Warner also described Havelange, who passed away at a Hospital in Rio de Janeiro, as the president who saved football from “ignominy” and transformed it into the beautiful game.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC- Trinidad and Tobago’s sports minister Darryl Smith has demanded an end to what he termed ‘nasty’ comments being made on social media, attacking the country’s athletes participating in the Rio Olympic Games.
`So when you give him the captaincy, he has to worry about his cricket, plus the cricket of the other 11 players with him’
ST.JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC- Former West Indies pacer Andy Roberts has criticized the strategy of the regional team following their humiliating loss to India in the third rain affected Test which ended on Saturday.
Guyana’s Troy Doris, hopped, skipped and jumped to 16.81 metres and into the finals of the Men’s Triple Jump at the Olympics in Rio, the first representative from this country to make the finals of an Olympic event in years.
RIO DE JANEIRO, (Reuters) – Mark Cavendish finally got his hands on an Olympic medal when he took silver in the omnium yesterday, and while the British rider said he was happy to be on the podium he conceded his impressive collection of honors is incomplete without a Games gold.