WORDS OF WISDOM: Four-time Olympic medallist Lauryn Williams, right, signs a copy of her book The Oval Office for national football coach Dennis Lawrence as Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee executive member Nadine Khan looks on. The book-signing took place at Olympic House on Wednesday. —Photo courtesy: MELANIE GULSTON

Olympian Williams offers to help in developing athletes

‘I’m just lucky to be able to do this again': Tiger Woods on fifth Masters win – video

The golfer’s victory after a past of health and personal problems caps a stunning turnaround

Tiger Woods celebrates after sinking his putt on the 18th that won a fifth Masters at Augusta National. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

  • The 43-year-old wins 15th major by one stroke at Augusta
  • Johnson, Koepka and Schauffele share second place

THE TT boxing and netball teams can now breathe a sigh of relief as the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs has come forward in the nick of time to provide the necessary funding for their respective tournaments.

Sports Minister Shamfa Cudjoe (right) meets a member of the Special Olympics TT team during last week's reception at the VIP Lounge, Piarco International Airport.

Sports Minister Shamfa Cudjoe says Special Olympic athletes who participated in the recent games in Abu Dhabi will be rewarded for each medal.

Richard Fakoory - played a key role in the development of basketball and football.

The foot­ball fra­ter­ni­ty was plunged in­to mourn­ing yes­ter­day fol­low­ing the un­time­ly pass­ing of Richard Fakoory, this coun­try's 'gen­tle gi­ant in foot­ball' at the age of 71.