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‘The rules are clear!’ TTOC and NAAATT offer ‘support’ as Ahye faces Olympics ban

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis said their attorneys are ‘carefully perusing’ the details of a two year ban on star sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye, as they weigh up a possible appeal to the decision by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU). Ahye, the 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist, …

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Pedal and wheel! Live Wire finds three reasons for optimism despite cycling doping drama

So you had already mentally banked a cycling medal for Trinidad and Tobago at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and today’s news of an alleged doping violation made your stomach turn like a bad Ponche de Creme? Yep. On Boxing Day night, the Pan American Games organisers sent word that …

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Cycling attorney: Pan Am Sports has ‘severely compromised’ dope procedure

“I use this opportunity, as legal representative for one of the cyclists on the Trinidad and Tobago team, to state that the assertion of and ensuing consequences of an anti-doping rule violation has been legally contested and is currently under judicial consideration before an arbitral body…” The following press statement …

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Selection and Eligibility: Sport attorney offers best practice tips for NSOs

The Central American and Caribbean (CAC) games are over and congratulations are in order to the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Team, their coaches, and administrators for a job well done and special congrats to my client Cleopatra Borel Baptiste. This is why, and due to current happenings in our sporting governance, …

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