Hutson very optimistic of CARIFTA Games chances

Following a series of qualifiers, the Athletic Association of Guyana (AAG) named 12 athletes to represent the Golden Arrowhead at the Flow CARIFTA Games in Curacao and the AAG’s President, Aubrey Hutson is “very optimistic” of numerous athletes returning with precious metal.

Panama squarely in T&T’s sights – George

CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,CMC — Even though Trinidad and Tobago are eyeing wins in both upcoming World Cup qualifiers in the space of five days, midfielder Kevan George said they will be fully concentrated on the first assignment against Panama today.

Stage set for Dharamsala’s blockbuster test debut

India/Australia clash in winner-take-all

NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – With India and Australia clashing in a winner-takes-all finale to an enthralling series, the picturesque town of Dharamsala in the Himalayan foothills could hardly have asked for a better debut as a test venue.

Injuries hit New Zealand/South Africa test series

South Africa’s de Kock doubtful WELLINGTON,  (Reuters) – South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock is a doubt for this week’s third and final test against New Zealand after he suffered a finger injury during the eight-wicket victory over the hosts last week.

Daniel Ricciardo hoping to reward compatriots

Australian Grand Prix opens F1 season

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Daniel Ricciardo will again carry his nation’s hopes of a first home winner at the season-opening Grand Prix at Albert Park on Sunday and it would be a well-earned victory for the Red Bull driver after a punishing week off the track.

Jamaica’s Spencer denies evading drug test

KINGSTON,(Reuters) – Reigning Commonwealth Games 400 metres hurdles champion Kaliese Spencer denied on Wednesday that she “refused or evaded a drug test” and plans to legally challenge the assertion by the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission.

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