Tuesday, July 19. 2011
T&T Express reports:
Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force footballers lost their second match at the 5th Military World Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil yesterday when they went down 4-1 to Germany.
Saturday, March 26. 2011
According to Kicker Magazine Pfister will take the reins on April 4.
From T&T's Newsday:
GERMAN OTTO Pfister is set to be appointed as the new coach of the Trinidad and Tobago football team, according to a report on the football website Goal.com yesterday.
Friday, May 1. 2009
TT athletes to train in Germany for ‘worlds’
GERMAN Ambassador Dr Ernst Martens will host a reception tonight to mark the Caribbean Athletics Federations Seminar in preparation for the 12th World Championships in Athletics in Berlin 2009.
For athletes around the globe and their fans the 2009 Berlin World Championships in Athletics will be the highlight of the year. The whole world will be watching as the German capital plays host to the event from August 15 to 23, with its Olympic Stadium in the centre of attention as 2,000 athletes will be competing for titles and medals in 47 competitions.
Wednesday, September 24. 2008
From T&T Newsday:
Abraham and Steinweg in 2007
Abraham, German clash in Newsday 30-lap grind
Wednesday, September 17. 2008
The 2007 Classic Winner relives his experience
Three German teams confirmed for 2008
From the Guardian Arena magazine:
Friday, July 4. 2008
On July 2 T&T Newsday reports:
MEMBERS of the Predators Football Club of Cunupia proudly wearing the jerseys adorned in the Deutschland colours handed over by the German Ambassador
Predators Get Football Gear
Tuesday, May 13. 2008
The volleyball fans in Friedrichshafen can look forward to more Caribbean flair in the next two seasons. Middle blocker Marc Honore extended his contract with VfB for two more years with the option of a third. "I'm staying because I enjoy being part of this team," he said, "I still want to learn a lot at VfB and to keep improving myself."
His coach, Stelian Moculecsu, is thrilled to keep him on the team. "I am very pleased with his development," he said, adding that Honore is a quick study and hard working. Even though there were a couple players ahead of him in the pecking order for the middle position the coach believes that as long as he keeps up his work rate he will be playing more next season: "Marc still has time and the perspective to play an important role for VfB."
Honore is the first player from Trinidad and Tobago to sign a professional volleyball contract and so is a bit of a star back home. He looks back on his first season in Friedrichshafen with satisfaction. "The season was great. We were very successful and our fans were always unbelievable. I'd like to thank them for that," he says, "I am happy that we were league champions and cup winners."
In the coming year the 2.04 meter tall giant wants not only to improve his German, but also, of course his playing skills. "My goal is to learn and become a better volleyball player. I hope that we will be just as successful as last season and that we manage to make the final round of the Champions League."
translated from volleyball.de:
Honore will weiter lernen – in Friedrichshafen
Friday, April 25. 2008
First place Germany’s Stefan Steinweg, centre, celebrates with second place Marlon Williams of Team WI (Guyana), left, and Oneil Samuels also of Team WI (Jamaica) at the awards ceremony following the final event of the Beacon Cycling Series at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain on Sunday.
Beacon Cycling Series—West Indies versus The World
Monday, March 31. 2008
Jizelle Salandy wins with a 97-94 score from all three judges over Karolina Lukasik but not without controversy. Here the Express tells the story:
Salandy Retains Titles
Sunday, March 30. 2008
Salandy defends title tonight
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