Wednesday, 28th October, 2020

Tag Archives: Caribbean

Simply GREAT – by SHELDON WAITHE

Mr. Solo - Image courtesy Carib Brewery Ltd.

Each August, on the third Saturday of the month, the serenity of a blissful Caribbean weekend morning is shattered by an almighty roar. It’s not Armageddon nor an escaped animal, but rather the start of one of the most arduous journeys undertaken annually by man and machine – The Carib Great Race. Popular global images of powerboat racing show the …

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Caribbean SPORTS INFRASTRUCTURE – The Way Forward

It’s the old adage that the Caribbean produces world-beaters in spite of its sports systems rather than because of it. While measures have been put into place and the rhetoric from various sports ministries across the islands hint at an understanding of the critical thinking required, the Caribbean is still playing catch up with regard to providing the needs to …

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