Dino Zoff is arguably the greatest goalkeeper in Italy’s history and that says much given the country is the joint second-most successful country in the world with four World Cup titles.

History lay in waiting for Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz in 1997 after the side, under the tutelage of Rene Simoes, qualified for the 1998 World Cup in France.

But before the day when the Black, Gold and Green was raised in celebration over an absolutely remarkable feat, there was a moment, just as historic and memorable, but for a very different reason.

The Barbados Pride were crowned kings of the West Indies Championship even though the season ended with two games yet to play. Is there are an argument that they are undeserving?

All agree that it is good of athletes to give back to the people who have helped them become global superstars and mega-wealthy people. But are they doing enough?

The weekend race meets at Cayamanas Park has been canceled due to fears over the spread of the Coronavirus.  Chairman of Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited Soloman Sharpe insists the organization will watch the situation day by day.

The coach of many-time high school champions Edwin Allen admits the cancellation of the event has come as a hammer blow to both himself and his athletes. Breaking with several of his colleagues, however, the coach believes the move was necessary in the face of the global pandemic.

President of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Keith Wellington has insisted the decision to cancel this year's Boys' and Girls championship was taken carefully and with several considerations.  Several disgruntled coaches, however, have vehemently disagreed.

Bermuda National Athletics Association president Donna Raynor insists CARIFTA host nation keeping watchful eye on the spread of coronavirus.  The organization is yet to make a decision on the immediate future of the games. 

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