Dealing With A Sports Junkie In a Relationship

It is easy to delve into the negatives of dating a sports junkie, but what if I told you that there are ways to adjust to your partner’s obsession, which in turn, may actually help you to enjoy sports, or, at least develop a greater appreciation and understanding for his/her passion for sports. For the […]

TT Wins 56 Medals at Special Olympic World Games

The 15th Special Olympic World Games began on March 14th and concluded on March 21st. Trinidad and Tobago’s sportsmen and sportswomen did an impressive job! The Life in Trinidad and Tobago team is proud to recognise and congratulate all our representatives who did Trinidad and Tobago proud! Thirty-One special athletes and 11 coaches were present […]

Hope On The Road To Russia 2018

Now it’s do or die time again unfortunately and while many have given up hope, there are still a few who secretly wish that we can secure qualification for Russia 2018. It’s now up to former T&T World Cup defender Dennis Lawrence who is now at the helm. No doubt football fans would be on […]

Women’s Relay Earn Another Worlds Qualification Attempt

The women’s sprint relay team of Trinidad and Tobago have earned another chance to qualify for the World Championships at the NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships. The event is scheduled for June 23-25. Speaking yesterday at the Radisson Hotel in Port of Spain during the official launch of the National Association of Athletics […]

Diversifying Our Local Economy Through Sport

Generating new revenue streams is key to reviving the economy. The Government through the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs has undertaken the task of developing sports and sports tourism as an industry because of its economic value. Economic Downturn Trinidad and Tobago has benefited tremendously from our natural resource endowment, however, it is imperative […]

Jones Out, Edwards In

Inclusions & Exclusions With the first training session for the men’s national team held on Thursday, December 15th at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Coach Saintfiet is already causing a shake-up on the team. He has left out skipper Kenwyne Jones and opted to include midfielder Carlos Edwards. Different Style of Play Is Coach Sainfiet finished […]

Goodbye Russia 2018: A Team Without A Coach

Trinidad and Tobago’s chance to qualify for Russia 2018 looks slim. A fading dream When Trinidad & Tobago qualified for Germany 2006, they had one point from three games. Now, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has fired Coach Stephen Hart after just two games in the World Cup Qualification Round. Trinidad and Tobago […]

West Indies Under-19 Team To Defend Title In 2018

On February 14th, 2016, West Indies Under-19 Boys won their first ever World Cup, beating India by five wickets with three balls to spare in Dhaka. Creating history The young team created history, leaving the West Indies Women Senior team and the West Indies Men team no other choice, but to follow suit. It was a […]

24 Questions With T&T Cricketer Keagan Simmons

I had the honour of sitting with Trinidad and Tobago national cricketer Keagan Simmons for an exclusive interview. Keagan Simmons currently plays for the Trinidad & Tobago Under 19 cricket team. He is a left-hand batsman and cricket is not just a game for him….it is his passion. Simmons gladly revealed some interesting facts about […]

Stadium Entry Crisis

The CONCACAF 2018 World Cup Qualifying Hexagonal Schedule is out and it’s ready to go. The fans are excited, the players are excited, and the football is ready to play. But wait! One thing we forgot to mention is the entry crisis to come into these matches! If we have to wait hours to get […]