October 21, 2020

Caribbean Cup 2019: Zecchini, Zharkova, Artnik And Molchanov Set New Freediving World Records

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The international freediving competition, Caribbean Cup 2019, has ended on Monday, August 5 with a high competitive level, new national records and four world records, in which it has been the first International outdoor or deep Apnea Competition that It was carried out with judges and endorsement of the two world organizations that regulate this sport: […]

Martinique to host CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup

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From Caribbean National Weekly The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) announced Wednesday that Martinique will host the finals of the 2016/2017 Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup scheduled for June 22 to 25. CFU officials also conducted a draw for the semifinals which landed Jamaica-French Guiana and Curacao- Martinique paired to play each other Both on June […]

Bermuda: Bascome quits after Caribbean Cup loss

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From The Royal Gazette Andrew Bascome has stepped down as Bermuda coach after his team’s elimination from the Scotiabank Caribbean Cup in Cayenne, French Guiana. Bermuda needed to defeat French Guiana to keep their hopes alive of advancing to the third round of the competition, but came unstuck against a “far superior side” and were […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events (From BIG FISH 95.5)

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St. Lucia [and Cayman Islands] out of Caribbean Cup By Terry Finisterre, Sports Correspondent From St Lucia News online Saint Lucia is one of six Caribbean Football Union member territories not participating in the 2016-2017 Scotiabank Men’s Caribbean Cup. A total of 25 regional teams are set to do battle starting in March 2016, with […]

Groups set for 2016 Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup

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From Antigua Observer A party atmosphere filled the air in St John’s, Antigua, when the draw was made for the 2016 Soctiabank Men’s Caribbean Cup. The Antigua night sky and trade winds, fireworks, dancers, a fire-throwing limbo dancer and soca artiste Tian Winter helped set the stage. The event was held poolside at Sugar Ridge […]

iNews Briefs

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Cayman Islands Governor involved in car crash From RCIPS Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 4:47 PM Approximately 1:35pm Wednesday 5th November 2014, RCIPS were informed of a motor vehicle collision along the West Bay Road in the vicinity of 7 Mile Shops involving two vehicles. A Chevrolet Impala travelling south, along the West Bay Road […]

Antigua reach highest ever FIFA ranking as T&T, Haiti also soar

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From Jamaica Observer Jamaica slip 13 places to 113th in the world ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Antigua and Barbuda are celebrating their highest ever FIFA World ranking after they jumped this week to 70th in the world. The Benna Boys, as they have come to be known, have improved ten places over their September […]

Jones among stars called up for Caribbean Cup qualifiers

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From Guyana Chronicle PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Cardiff striker Kenwyne Jones leads an array of international stars called up for Trinidad and Tobago’s Caribbean Cup campaign starting here next month. Jones, who has played for English Premiership sides Stoke and Sunderland, will be joined by the likes of the overseas-based Khaleem Hyland, Lester […]

Victory brings little joy for Cayman ladies

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From CIFA Providenciales, Turks and Caicos – A comprehensive 3-0 victory in their final match brought little joy to the Cayman Islands national women’s team who missed a spot in the final round of CFU qualifiers. A double strike from Shenel Gall (45th, 68th) and Shanelle Frederick (89th) gave Cayman their first win of the […]

CFU chief expects Copa America to grow region’s pedigree

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From Jamaica Observer BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Caribbean Football Union President Gordon ‘Banks’ Derrick believes the Caribbean’s participation in the Centennial edition of the Copa America, can result in a rise in the standard of football in the region. He was speaking following the announcement that six teams from the confederation for North, Central America […]