Sport for Reconciliation – Reuniting Communities
The Honourable Anil Roberts Minister of Sport paid tribute at a prize giving function held at the Capital Plaza on Friday 15th November, 2013 to the winners of the Life-sport Festival which was held last weekend at the Constantine Park, Macoya and also to participants of the calypso, chutney and extempo competitions held earlier this year.
The Ministry of Sport Rolled-Out its brand new identity to the public yesterday dated 30th October, 2013.
Bovell back on World Cup podium in 100m IM
Trinidad and Tobago’s George Bovell won silver yesterday in the 100-metre individual medley event, and also finished fourth in the 50m breaststroke at the FINA World Cup swim meet, now taking place in Singapore.
(Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
November 3, 2013: 22 year old cyclist Njisane Phillips became the first UCI World Cup medallist from Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday. Phillips copped the silver medal in the Sprint, beaten by German powerhouse Robert Forstemann in both rides. The World Cup event is in its final day in Manchester, England.
(L-R) Silver medal winner Njisane Nicholas Phillip of Trinidad and Tobago, gold medal winner Robert Forstemann of Germany and bronze medal winner Shane Perkins of Australia celebrate on the podium after the Men's Sprint Final on day three of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup at Manchester Velodrome on November 3, 2013 in Manchester, England.(November 2, 2013 - Source: Bryn Lennon/Getty Images Europe)Courtesy: zimbio.com
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