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Five-time Olympian Kelly-Ann Baptiste will have the perfect start to Tokyo 2020 when she carries the “Red, White and Black” during the Parade of Nations at today’s opening ceremony, at the Olympic Stadium here in Japan.

The ceremony starts at 7 a.m. (TT time).

Baptiste is 34, and coming to the end of her career on the track. The Plymouth, Tobago, sprinter has enjoyed many successes over the years, and is deserving of the flag-bearing honour bestowed on her.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s quest to end their CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign on a high note ended in disappointment, when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Guatemala on Sunday night.

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There was another great goalkeeping effort, this time from Nicklas Frenderup, but this time Trinidad and Tobago's supporting cast downed tools.

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President of the Pharmacy Board, Andrew Rahaman, says some pharmacists in Trinidad and Tobago purchase pharmaceutical drugs through illegitimate means despite the board’s stance against this practice.

Rahaman was reacting yesterday to reports that two pharmacists had been jailed in England for illegally supplying prescription sleeping pill Zolpidem valued at £600,000 to a mystery buyer in this country.

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A resurgent Trinidad and Tobago men’s football team take on a confident El Salvador in a Group A match of the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup tonight from 7.30 (T&T time), at the 20,500-capacity Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, USA.

“We want to win the game first of all,” added T&T head coach Angus Eve. “The points are going to be most important, and goal-difference will sort out itself at the end.”

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Following their nail-biting penalty kicks eliminator victory over French Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago’s senior men’s footballers were due to depart Boca Raton, Florida, at 2 p.m. yesterday on a CONCACAF charter flight to Dallas en route to their opening Gold Cup Group stage match against Mexico on Saturday. 

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THE rookie Trinidad and Tobago tennis team suffered their fourth defeat to end up tenth of 11 in American Zone Group III of the Davis Cup Saturday in Panama.