Author: Kwame Laurence

Embark, Sports, Trinidad and Tobago

A Commonwealth Games gold relay repeat? | The game

As the Commonwealth Games open in Australia’s Gold Coast, can Trinidad & Tobago’s 4×400 relay team, the reigning world champions, repeat their victory? Kwame Laurence reports

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Immerse, Festivals and Events, People, Sports

Gold standard: the Caribbean’s Olympic contenders for Rio 2016

Come August, Caribbean eyes will be firmly focused on the João Havelange Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the athletics venue for the...

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Festivals and Events, Sports

Dreams of Sydney

“I set Sydney goals before I came here. I want to get a medal…” The words are Lorraine Graham’s, but the sentiments...

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Top ten Caribbean Olympic hopefuls 2008

The bulk of the medals that will be earned by Caribbean athletes at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing will make their way to Havana. At the...

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Culture, People, Sports, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Pamenos Ballantyne: “Everyone is a winner”

I was born on December 9, 1973, in Sandy Bay, St Vincent. My parents are Clement Ballantyne and Sylvina Ballantyne. My parents have been...

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Immerse, People, Sports, Trinidad and Tobago

Olympic afterglow: Trinidadian Keshorn Walcott

A year later, the track and field world is still in awe of Keshorn Walcott’s performance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Just...

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Culture, Sports, Caribbean Diaspora

The Caribbean at the 2012 Olympic games

The last edition of the Summer Olympics, Beijing 2008, was a good one for the Caribbean, especially for the Jamaicans. It was the year when...

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People, Sports, United Kingdom, Caribbean Diaspora

In a nutshell: the Caribbean ones to watch in London

CUBA Lázaro Álvarez Born                        January 28, 1991 Event                      Boxing (featherweight)...

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