Sportcaraibe is an all sports website established towards providing a radical improvement in the marketing, promotion, and coverage of all sporting events, and sports-related events in the eight-island OECS sub-region.
Sportcaraibe’s philosophy is to remain a non-profit making entity, as it seeks one thing and one thing only – promote and market the efforts and sacrifices of athletes, sponsors, parents, administrators, and the public and private sectors in the OECS sub-region.
Sportcaraibe is a creative and innovative medium to enlighten persons of the existing sporting talent evident in the OECS sub-region, serving as a tool in motivating the sub-region’s sports men and women, and organisations.
Sportcaraibe will not seek to compete with the other media establishments – print and electronic, for they are limited in what can be published, printed, aired and or televised.
Sportcaraibe has the capacity to have all information posted, becoming the much-needed massive clearinghouse for all sports information. The retention of information such as records, statistics, and other pertinent pieces of information will now be a reality.
Cognisant of the current economic climate, Sportcaraibe will seek collaborative partnerships involving the OECS sub-regional media, public and private sectors, in bringing about a new and improved quality to the coverage of sports in the sub-region.
This would result in increased public interest and participation, and greater value for the investment by sponsors, for they would have the assurance in knowing that the public is fully informed of sports and sports-related achievements.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday, cleared the bowling action of West Indies off- spinner Kraigg Brathwaite, who had been reported last month. An independent assessment of Brathwaite’s bowling action was performed at the Loughborough testing centre in England on August 31. “The bowling action of Windies off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite has been found to […]
The organizers of the biggest football competition on the island is reaching out to their supporters to join the relief efforts for Dominica. The “Nature Island” of the Caribbean was hit by Hurricane Maria last Monday September 18, 2017. Strong rain and wind inflicted wide spread damage to the physical infrastructure of the island. With […]
The 2017 Blackheart Knockout Tournament continued last night Wednesday 20 with another first round double header clash. On the night, former Blackheart champions Gros-Islet took on former finalists Soufriere. Gros-Islet presented a power pack team on paper with a number of players boasting of national experience. In the 7th minute national striker Troy Greenidge put […]
On Saturday 23rd September, the Mon Repos Athletics Academy, an initiative of the Mon Repos Youth and Sports Council will be hosting its Community Athletics Day. The event marks the launch of the 2017 – 18 season for the youth of the programme, while it will also introduce all participants to the High Jump, Hurdles […]
VIEUX-FORT, SAINT LUCIA – The 2017 Blackheart /SLFA Knockout Football Tournament kicked off in scintillating fashion at the weekend on Saturday September 16th, September 2017, in Vieux Fort at the atmospheric Phillip Marcellin Grounds. Match day one featured 3-time former champions Dennery versus 2014 finalist Central Castries, and it did not take the city lads […]
ZURICH, Switzerland (AFP) — FIFA suspended Caribbean Football Union president Gordon Derrick from the sport for six years on Tuesday after he was found guilty of several ethics violations. Derrick becomes the latest in a long line of football executives sanctioned by FIFA’s ethics committee, which has thrown dozens of people out of the sport […]