From Prensa Latino
Cuban fans celebrate today (19) the victory of Villa Clara in the national baseball championship, becoming the first team thatÂ will represent this island in the Caribbean series,after 43 years of absence.
Of course, the biggest joy is appreciated in the central Cuban province that gives its name to the champion, known as the [...]
From Prensa Latino
The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) authorities have announced the name of its six franchise teams and unveiled the team logos after weeks of speculations and hundreds of suggestions via social media, reports UNB.
The names of six CPL franchise teams: Antigua Hawksbills, Barbados Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Jamaica Tallawahs, St Lucia Zouks, and Trinidad & Tobago [...]
Cayman National is the latest company to take part in the Purple Dragon Martial Arts scholarship programme. Cayman National joins Butterfield, Conyers and Dill, Digicel, CML and RE/MAX in sponsoring a child for one year in Purple Dragon Martial Arts.
The recipients of the scholarships are local youngsters who have been identified by parents, schools, social [...]
Ramdin, who pleaded not guilty to a charge of misconduct laid by the International Cricket Council, has been suspended for two one day internationals (ODIs) and fined 100 per cent of his match fees.
A director of the West Indies Cricket Board, Baldath Mahabir, has criticized the penalty meted out to West Indies wicketkeeper Denesh [...]
From Trinidad Express newspapers
Patrice Stollmeyer, aboard Monte Carlo, erased previous highs by recording a score of 75.172 per cent in the Preliminary Adult test recently, the highest ever recorded by a T&T rider.
Currently second to her is Angela Halloran-Smith of Bermuda with 72.241 per cent, and Lackife Leslie from Jamaica in third with 70.690 per [...]
The â€śFestival of Championsâ€ť, FIFA Confederations Cup 2013,Â featuring one of the strongest line-ups ever with hosts Brazil, world champions Spain, Asian champions Japan, CONCACAF champions Mexico and South American champions Uruguay, as well as the African, European and Oceania champions will air live on SportsMax TV from June 15 â€“ 30. The action is [...]
Chris Delaney Open Dinghy winner
Four classes of dinghy competed in this year’s Stormchaser regatta which marks the beginning of the hurricane season. Breezy conditions and aÂ high standard of racing resulted in a thrilling two days of action.
In the youth Optimist class Derek Peene, sailing in his first regatta handled the conditions very well and [...]
Miami (Thursday, June 13, 2013) â€“ The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced the renewal of its partnership with Mexsport, which returns as the official photography agency for the 2013 and 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cups.
The Gold Cup, the regionâ€™s biennial championship, will take place this summer in 13 venues [...]
By Eileen Ogintz, Tribune Media Services From Chicago Tribune Travel
Cabdriver Sam Rogers remembers the days when there was just one car on the Caribbean island of Anguilla; when islanders grew their own vegetables and picked salt for a living instead of working in tourism.
I was thinking about what Rogers said about Anguilla (http://www.ivisitanguilla.com) after he [...]
Olympic Fever In The Cayman Islands
By Steve MunatonesÂ From Open Water Swimming
Walking down the gorgeous Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands, it is amazing how many Olympians are preparing for the 21st annual Flowers Sea Swim.
Lounging on the white sugary sand, casually swimming up and down the coast staring down at the marine life, or [...]