Former FIFA executive Jack Warner has again found himself at the centre of corruption charges after being implicated in a 53-count indictment unsealed Monday in the US District Court in Brooklyn.
Seven-year-old bay gelding Peppi the Hunter produced a dominant stretch run to beat the four-year-olds and upward and give Barbadian trainer Saffie Joseph Jr a taste of success at Gulfstream Park last weekend.
Wimbledon has been cancelled for the first time since World War Two because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop maintains the wrong call was made to overhaul the entire management team of the senior men’s side on the eve of last year’s 50-overs World Cup in England.
Former top Barbados jockey Venice Richards is dead.
West Indies players took to social media on Monday to brighten the spirits of regional fans and also reassure them of their commitment amidst the challenges posed by the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.
Robert Hadad, chairman of the FIFA normalisation committee controversially set up to run Trinidad and Tobago’s football, has shot down suggestions there was any sinister intent to use the body to target certain administration officials.
The Tokyo Olympic Games will start on 23 July, 2021 and will run to 8 August after it was postponed for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Highly-rated veteran Patrick Husbands and several Caribbean riders will find themselves sidelined after Woodbine authorities moved to delay the start of the 2020 thoroughbred season because of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Olympic and world 100m champion Justin Gatlin says he can win gold at the Tokyo Olympics despite him likely being 39 when the postponed Games take place.