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First the EPL, then the World (Cup): Verticast’s regional dreams and how football fans can keep up

“[…] We have successfully, over the last two months, negotiated carry agreements with cable companies for the channels that will be carrying all of our content, including the Premier League… but we haven’t been able to sign with some of them, notably Flow and Digicel. “[…] Keeping in mind that …

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Hatt: Coach with enthusiasm! Seven tips to a brighter training session

“[…] Giving your athletes concise technique feedback enables them to continue to improve. ‘Great job’, ‘well done’, ‘that was awesome’, is good feedback.  “Great feedback, on the other hand, explains exactly what was done well. Precise, regular pieces of feedback are most effective…” Canada-based Trinidad and Tobago track coach Tony …

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Cudjoe promises ‘incentive’ for ‘phenomenal’ Jereem; 400m champ dedicates title to Lendore

Minister of Sport and Community Development Shamfa Cudjoe described Trinidad and Tobago quarter-miler Jereem Richards as ‘phenomenal’, after the 28-year-old Point Fortin sprinter snatched gold in the 400-metre event at the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Belgrade, Serbia today. Richards, who is also the reigning Commonwealth Games 200m champ, crossed …

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Sport will operate as ‘safe zone’; athletes and coaches must vaccinate or get medical exemption

Lionel Messi, Mohamed Salah, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and LeBron James are all vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. And if you’d like to be involved in sport for the foreseeable future, you will have to follow suit. The Office of the Attorney General today published an updated Public Health [2019 …

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