The roles and responsibilities of the Olympic movement in the ever-changing global environment formed the basis of a two-day General Assembly hosted by the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) in Saint Lucia from November 6-7.

Read more: Saint Lucia Hosts CANOC General Assembly

HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said all decisions regarding the reopening of team sports and group activities remained under the purview of the Prime Minister and not the Ministry of Health.

Read more: Deyalsingh: Rowley calls the shot on team sports' return

Opening of the 19th Caribbean Association of the National Olympic Committee's Annual General Meeting. Please see below for further details.
Read more: Opening of the 19th CANOC Annual General Meeting

You drive to the game, have a beef burger, hand over your ticket, watch the match and give the third kit you bought a rare outing.

Read more: COP26 summit: How to be a sustainable sports fan - four ways to reduce your footprint

When world leaders meet in Glasgow this week to discuss the global response to climate change, sporting organisations will either be involved or looking on with interest.

Read more: What is COP26 and how does it affect sport?

In spite of the ongoing Pandemic, ANOC successfully delivered the XXV ANOC General Assembly in Crete, Greece on 24 & 25 October 2021.

Read more: Resolutions of the XXV ANOC General Assembly Crete 2021