Hits: 315 Created on 13 July 2015 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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MORE ACCOUNTABILITY NEEDED FROM CARIBBEAN SPORTS ADMINISTRATORS

The recent allegations of bribery and corruption which rocked football's world governing body FIFA should be warning signs for regional sports administrators to take a critical look at its practices and procedures along with its organisational structure and begin to give urgent consideration to reforms where necessary of their sporting organisations.

Some administrators should embrace this opportunity to adopt and abide by good governance and integrity principles, given the role of sport within society.  Read More At: http://wp.me/p2DNZz-37P 

 
Hits: 557 Created on 09 July 2015 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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THE CARIBBEAN GAMES PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES TO SHOWCASE TALENTS ACROSS VARIOUS SPORTING DISCIPLINES; AND, IMPORTANTLY, USING SPORT AS A VEHICLE FOR CARIBBEAN INTEGRATION

The Heads of Government of CARICOM wrapped up their two-day caucus in Bridgetown, Barbados and as anticipated the leaders have failed to capitalise on the tremendous potential of sports as an economic vehicle.

In the previous column I outlined some of the decisions taken by CARICOM leaders and their failure to make good on these promises.

But CARICOM is not alone in recognising the economic and social benefits of sports to the region.

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Hits: 592 Created on 02 July 2015 Written by James Wynne Category: SPORT
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REPUBLIC BANK IS NAMED OFFICIAL BANK OF HERO CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE 

Port of Spain -- The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has, today, announced that Republic Bank, the largest bank and financial service provider in the Caribbean, will become the Official Bank of the Hero CPL tournament.

Read more: REPUBLIC BANK IS ONBOARD
 
Hits: 614 Created on 02 July 2015 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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CARICOM NEEDS RENEWED ATTENTION TO SPORTS

St. George -- Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are meeting this week in Barbados for their Annual Conference where they will discuss issues of regional importance including addressing the economic challenges facing member countries.

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Hits: 388 Created on 01 July 2015 Written by Patrick Simmons Category: SPORT
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PRODUCING MORE KIRANI-TYPE ATHLETES IS POSSIBLE

As the former Minister of Sports I would like applaud my former colleague Minister, Arley Gill for raising the conversation on "Producing more Kirani-type athletes" in the public domain.

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