The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Commission has recommended maintaining the ban on podium protests at the Olympic Games, but called for a "restructuring" of Rule 50 and greater clarity on sanctions for breaches.

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The Track Cyclist from Trinidad and Tobago and World Record holder is eager to compete in his first Olympic Games this July in Tokyo.

Read more: NICHOLAS PAUL TAKING ADVANTAGE OF EXTRA YEAR OF OLYMPIC TRAINING

TTOC president pleads with cynics as 100-day countdown to Tokyo Olympic Games tick off

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To commemorate and celebrate 75 years, the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) launched its 75,000 steps in 75 days campaign at Olympic House at 10:30am on Friday 9th April 2021.

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Newsday reporter Narissa Fraser has placed in the top ten in the AIPS (International Sports Press Association) Sports Media Awards' Young Reporters Writing category.

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The transatlantic slave trade was responsible for the forced migration of between 12 - 15 million people from Africa to the Western Hemisphere from the middle of the 15th century to the end of the 19th century. The trafficking of Africans by the major European countries during this period is sometimes referred to by African scholars as the Maafa ('great disaster' in Swahili). It's now considered a crime against humanity.

Read more: The transatlantic slave trade: introduction