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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
No. 192 of 2014
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
ELDRIDGE STOKELY CHRISTIAN CLARKE
ALSO CALLED STOKELY CLARKE
(Legal Personal Representative of VICTORIA
CLARKE, Deceased) 129
Aquamarine Drive, Diamond Vale, Diego Martin.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless good
cause to the contrary is shown within fourteen days
from the publication of this notice the Registrar
General of Trinidad and Tobago will issue a new
Certificate of Title in respect of that piece of land sit-
uate in the Ward of Tacarigua in the Island of
Trinidad comprising TWO THOUSAND SIX
HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR SQUARE FEET
be the same more or less delineated and coloured
pink in the plan registered in Volume 1782 Folio 283
being portion of the lands described in the Certificate
of Title in Volume 100 Folio 201 and also described
in the Certificate of Title in Volume 303 Folio 351 and
shown as Lot 34 in the General Plan filed in Volume
1778 Folio 389 and bounded on the North by Lot 37
on the South by a Road Reserved 25.6 feet wide on
now described in Certificate of Title Volume 1782
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PARIS---Olympic gold medalist Camille Muffat
had retired from swimming to focus on her per-
sonal life, boxer Alexis Vastine had some unfinished
business after two disappointing Olympics, and
the beloved sailor Florence Arthaud was a pioneer
for women in her sport.
The three athletes were among 10 people who
died when two helicopters filming a reality show
crashed in a remote part of Argentina on Monday.
As France awoke to the news, the country s polit-
ical leaders and best-known sports figures registered
their shock and expressed their condolences on tel-
evision and social media.
The French sports daily L Equipe s Web site carried
a picture of Muffat holding her gold medal in the
400-metre freestyle at the 2012 London Olympics
alongside the words, "French Sport in Mourning."
French President Francois Hollande spoke of his
"immense sadness," while the secretary of state for
sport, Thierry Braillard, said: "French sport has lost
"Some had finished their careers and one was
dreaming of gold in Rio (in 2016)," Braillard said on
man rider Andre Greipel won the
second stage of the Paris-Nice race
in a sprint finish yesterday, holding
off a challenge from Arnaud Demare
and John Degenkolb.
The 172-kilometre (107-mile) trek
from the ZooParc de Beauval zoolog-
ical park to Saint-Amand-Montrond
in central France was Greipel s first
career stage win in the race.
"It was a bit of a headwind sprint.
Arnaud came in fast but I managed
to hold my lead. It was a really nice
bike race," Greipel said. "I d like to
give this victory to my mother, she
has a very hard time at the moment.
Don t give up."
Three-time world time-trial cham-
pion Tony Martin of Germany and
three others broke out of the peloton
and launched an attack with about
10 kilometres (6 miles) to go but were
caught by a larger group of eight riders
near the finish.
The peloton held a minute s silence
at the start of the stage in memory
of the ten people killed in the crash
of two helicopters in Argentina, three
of them French sports stars taking
part in a new reality TV show.
Michal Kwiatkowski, who won
Sunday s prologue, retained the race
leader s yellow jersey.
The race continues today with a
179-kilometre (111-mile) stage from
Saint-Amand-Montrond to Saint-
BFM television. "I m profoundly saddened."
The helicopters collided in mid-air in La Rioja
province, about 730 miles (1,170 kilometres) north-
west of Buenos Aires. Eight of those killed were
French, the other two were Argentine. Authorities
were at the scene of the crash late Monday trying
to determine its cause.
Called "Dropped," the reality show on French
channel TF1 consists of dropping two teams of com-
petitors into a hostile environment, and then filming
their walk back to civilisation.
"The world of sport and the Olympic family have
lost three of their key members," IOC President
Thomas Bach said, adding that the athletes "were
all not only champions in their sport but also con-
tributed greatly as role models."
Muffat, who was 25, also won a silver medal in
the 200 freestyle and a bronze in the 4x200-metre
freestyle relay at the London Games. She retired
The boxer won a bronze medal at the 2008 Games
in Beijing after a controversial loss to Manuel Felix
Diaz of the Dominican Republic in the semifinals.
Vastine was ahead in the bout but was docked points
by the referee in the final round. He broke down
in tears after the defeat.
There were tears again at the London Games four
years later when Vastine drew on points with Taras
Shelestyuk of Ukraine in the quarterfinals but lost
on the count-back rule.
Arthaud, who was 57, was a pioneer in sailing.
In 1990, she became the first woman to win the
famed Route du Rhum race---a trans-Atlantic sin-
gle-handed yacht race between Brittany and the
Caribbean island of Guadeloupe---on her boat Pierre
French sports world
mourns crash victims
Greipel takes second
stage of Paris-Nice race
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