The Commentators

2016 Olympic sprint relay Gold medalist Nickel Ashmeade has detailed the traumatic experiences which have derailed his career since the Rio Games.
Donald Oliver believes the West Indies do not have the mettle to play Test cricket, Ricardo Chambers believes the team is missing a world-class batsman.
Former West Indies fast bowler Tony Gray has compared the leadership style of current West Indies captain Jason Holder to Clive Lloyd.
Only one lead black commentator was a part of a recent study which highlighted racial bias in football commentary in Europe.
Dr Sasha Sutherland, the Executive Director of the Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organization, RADO, says calling an athlete to alert them about the presence of a doping control officer goes against…
Joe Hunt, International Projects Manager at English Premier League Club Wolverhampton Wanderers, believes finding their own identity is the best way for Caribbean countries to climb the international football ladder.…
Former Trinidad and Tobago International Brent Sancho believes coaches at the youth level emphasize on winning instead of development, which has led to the detriment of the youth programme in…
There have been rumours that World Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is no longer being coached by the MVP Track Club and the man who brought her to stardom, coach, Stephen Francis.
Dwayne Bravo has been out of international cricket for a while and when he returned most recently for the West Indies, he looked rusty.
The Commentators, Donald Oliver and Ricardo Chambers, as noted sports journalists, have been at the forefront of tracking the careers of sportsmen and women worldwide.
On this week’s episode of ‘The Commentators’, Donald Oliver and Ricardo Chambers are discussing Chris Gayle like everybody has.
Delegates liaison of the Professional Footballers Association in the United Kingdom, Fabrice Muamba says lower-league teams in England initially weren't expecting the COVID19 lockdown to last for more than a…
Former West Indies women’s captain Merissa Aguilleira believes players must take personal responsibility if the Caribbean women are to keep pace with the rest of the world.
Jamaica’s National track and field coach, Maurice Wilson, believes ‘there has to be training’ for athletes even as the country and the world battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jamaican female sprint prodigy Kevona Davis says world-renowned coach Stephen Francis would be good for her development as she gets closer to a decision on where she will start her…
The Commentators share their views on a video posted on social media with Jamaican Olympic diver Yona Knight-Wisdom speaking to a group of high school girls. He was heavily criticized…
President of the Inter Secondary-Schools Sports Association Keith Wellington believes that until overseas athletes directly affect the outcome of the ISSA Boys and Girls track and field championships, his association…
2008 Olympic sprint hurdles champion Dawn Harper-Nelson says she was once told that because of her skin colour she might not get the recognition her accolades deserved.
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