A Republic Day salute to our sporting heroes

Re­pub­lic Day - Yes­ter­day saw sport hit­ting the head­lines for all the right rea­sons as a num­ber of sportsper­sons re­ceived na­tion­al awards. Car­ry­ing the flag was Olympian and Olympic medal­list Wen­dell Mot­t­ley. The Queens Roy­al Col­lege past pupil is a won­der­ful ex­am­ple of some­one who achieved ex­cel­lence in the class­room, sports field and as a fi­nance pro­fes­sion­al.

The power of small

Yes­ter­day, the words, con­cepts and ideas were com­ing fast and fu­ri­ous as the pre­sen­ters on day one of the In­ter­na­tion­al Olympic Com­mit­tee (IOC) and As­so­ci­a­tion of Na­tion­al Olympic Com­mit­tees (ANOC) Olympic Mar­ket­ing Sem­i­nar got un­der­way at the head­quar­ters of the Na­tion­al Olympic Com­mit­tee (NOC) of Spain.

Take a fresh approach on sporting goals

The tra­di­tion­al gov­er­nance struc­ture un­der which most na­tion­al gov­ern­ing bod­ies and Olympic Com­mit­tees op­er­ate aren't stand­ing up to the de­mands of the con­tem­po­rary sport.

Use sport as a tool for social change

The T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) and Commonwealth Games Association of T&T (CGATT) on the occasion of International Youth Day (IYD) called on the T&T Olympic and Commonwealth sport movement to take urgent measures and actions to ensure that sport with in the twin-island Republic is a safe space for children, youth and young people at all levels.

Endless prospects for Invaders Bay

Invaders Bay has awesome potential to rival similar sized projects around the world. Most of which are visionary, breathtaking and jaw-dropping.

Moving towards a brighter tomorrow

Today makes it 24 months to the day to the opening ceremony of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Approximately 11,000 athletes will participate in 339 events in 33 sports (50 disciplines). The motto of the games is Discover Tomorrow.|