MINISTER OF Sport and Youth Affairs, Shamfa Cudjoe, has reassured the delegation at this year’s seventh UNESCO Conference of Parties (COP) to the International Convention against Doping in Sport in Paris, France, of TT and the Caribbean’s commitment to the fight against doping in sport.

Read more: Cudjoe: TT committed towards combating doping in sport

Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Shamfa Cudjoe has fully committed to the fight against doping in sport in the Caribbean.

Read more: T&T Sports Minister affirms support for Anti-Doping Movement at UNESCO Conference

The US Anti-Doping Agency has withdrawn its case against sprinter Christian Coleman, the fastest man in the world this year.

Read more: Christian Coleman: US Anti-Doping Agency withdraws case against sprinter

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you will have no doubt heard of the online gaming phenomenon, "esports".

Read more: Dominic Burt: The rise of esports, Olympic ambitions and doping implications

A report from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) independent observers (IO) team has claimed the anti-doping structure in place at this year's Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast is an example of how the system should operate at other major events.

Read more: WADA report claims anti-doping system at Gold Coast 2018 should be model for future events

 UK and US agencies among those furious with Wada decision 
 It sends ‘a message to the world that doping is tolerated’

Read more: Anti-doping rift deepens as agencies turn on Wada over Russia ‘compromise

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