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The Sporting Life

The West Indies and sports have a deeply passionate, though sometimes torrid, bond that is in no danger of being broken anytime soon. Learn more about some of our athletes, the history of the games, and the integral role of sports in the lives of many.

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The New Look of Caribbean Football

To support one’s country’s national sporting teams is a question of patriotism and love for country. Naturally, a patriot should love and want to be a part of the development of our people. Having watched...

New World Cup Qualifying Format For CONCACAF

The recent announcement regarding Concacaf's qualifying format change suddenly appeared in the media without any information, of a process or dialogue coming from the member associations.

West Indies Cricket Results are Stressful for the Fans

Predictions are seldom accurate, especially when they are as complex as a game of cricket at ODI level.
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Are the current West Indies team capable of ODI victory?

The upcoming ICC World Cup ODI tournament which will be played in England will certainly bring to cricket lovers anxiety in anticipation of the ultimate results. But, will the West indies bring the joy of success in quite the same way Clive Lloyd and his gang dominated in the late nineties?

Nku Patrick’s journey leads to story of Success.

Coming from the Caribbean where it’s smaller and squash isn’t as big, I’m playing for everyone back home who may look up to me.
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Yachting in the Caribbean

The Caribbean, turquoise green waters, white sandy beaches, tall elegant coconut trees waving in the gentle breezes. Imagine if this was your everyday view from your ‘office’? Sounds like paradise doesn’t it? For some people this is their everyday view, at least for part of the year. The busy season for yachting in the Caribbean is from November, after the hurricane season, to July.

Sailing the Seas – An Exhilarating Adventure

All you need is a boat, clear skies, good friends, refreshments, sunscreen - and let the adventures begin!

Room for growth of Squash in Trinidad an Tobago

Over the years, Squash has developed a lot in Trinidad and Tobago. However, according to the coach of I Squash TT, Roger Salandy, who has been playing and coaching since 1985, there is still...
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A Lightning Bolt from the Caribbean Blue

The crowd at the IAAF World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in London held their collective breath; for the final time, they were about to see “Lightning” strike in the same place. Having announced himself...

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