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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, August 4, 2015
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
No. 95 of 2015
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
AUSTIN PHILLIPS (Legal Personal
Representative of the Estate of PEARL
PHILLIPS also called PEARL AGATHA
PHILLIPS, deceased) of No. 10 Park View,
Orange Grove, Tacarigua.
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 situate in the
Ward of Siparia in the Island of Trinidad com-
prising SIX THOUSAND SQUARE FEET be
the same more or less delineated and
coloured pink in the plan registered in Volume
2302 Folio 287 being portion of the lands
described in the Crown Grant in Volume 100
Folio 191 and also described in the Certificate
of Title in Volume 2207 Folio 53 and shown as
Lot 25 in the General Plan filed in Volume
2285 Folio 391 and bounded on the North by
a Road Reserve 40 feet wide on the South by
by Lot 24 and now described in Certificate of
Title Volume 2302 Folio 293.
Dated this 25th day of June, 2015.
PARIS---With his federation embattled by wide-
spread doping allegations that could lead to a reshuf-
fle of Olympic and world championship podiums
for more than a decade, IAAF president Lamine
Diack defended his organization s anti-doping record
and dismissed the accusations as a "joke" yester-
Diack, who will be stepping down later this month
after 15 years at the helm of the International Asso-
ciation of Athletics Federations, also questioned the
timing of the reports, which came out three weeks
before the track and field world championships in
Beijing, which run from August 22-30.
"They are playing with the idea of a redistribution
of medals," Diack said at the International Olympic
Committee meeting in Kuala Lumpur. "It s possible,
if we prove with the new techniques at our disposal
that someone doped. Otherwise, it s a joke. Just three
weeks before the world championships, there is some-
Diack spoke after German broadcaster ARD and
The Sunday Times newspaper in Britain said they
obtained access to the results of 12,000 blood tests
involving 5,000 athletes. The leaked files came from
the database of the IAAF.
The report found that 146 medals --- including 55
golds --- in disciplines ranging from the 800 metres
to the marathon at the Olympics and world cham-
pionships were won by athletes who have recorded
The Sunday Times said that 10 medals at the 2012
London Olympics were won by athletes with sus-
picious results, and that in some finals every athlete
in the medal positions had recorded a dubious blood
"There is a film and a newspaper who are asking
questions," said Diack. "We are going to answer them
International Association of Athletics Federations President Lamine Diack, right, speaks with
a fellow International Olympic Committee member during the 128th IOC session in Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, yesterday.
PARIS---American cyclist Tom Danielson tested
positive for synthetic testosterone in an out-of-
competition test last month and was immediately
suspended by his team on Monday.
Danielson, a former teammate of Lance Armstrong,
said on Twitter that he did not take any banned
substance. "I would never ever take anything like
this especially after everything I have gone through
the last years. This makes absolutely no sense," said
Danielson, who was once regarded as a potential
Grand Tour contender.
The 36-year-old Danielson said the "supplements"
he is taking might have triggered the positive result.
"I feel incredibly hurt, frustrated, and angry by
this. I don t understand how or why this happened
and still can t even accept this is true," he wrote. "I
will now, as I wait for the B test, have the supplements
I take tested to see if this is what caused it."
Danielson, who rides for the Cannondale Garmin
team, added that he was notified by the US Anti-
Doping Agency that a sample collected on July 9
returned positive. As a result, Danielson withdrew
from the Tour of Utah, where he was set to compete
from August 3-9.
"Tom Danielson notified (us) that he was informed
by USADA that he has returned an adverse analytical
A sample using carbon isotope testing," his team
said in a statement.
Diack fights back at allegations
of widespread doping
IOC ready to
act if Olympic
KUALA LUMPUR---The IOC will take
action against any Olympic athletes
if they are found guilty of the latest
doping allegations rocking the sport
of track and field, IOC President
Thomas Bach said yesterday.
Bach said it is up to the World Anti-
Doping Agency to investigate the alle-
gations, including that one-third of
medals in endurance races at the
Olympics and world championships
from 2001 to 2012 were won by athletes
who recorded suspicious blood tests.
"If there should be cases involving
results at Olympic Games, the IOC will
react with zero tolerance with our usual
policy," Bach said.
German broadcaster ARD and The
Sunday Times newspaper in Britain
said they obtained access to the results
of 12,000 blood tests involving 5,000
athletes. The leaked files came from
the database of the International Asso-
ciation of Athletics Federations.
The report found that 146 medals
--- including 55 golds --- in disciplines
ranging from the 800 meters to the
marathon at the Olympics and world
championships were won by athletes
who have recorded suspicious tests.
The Sunday Times said that 10
medals at the 2012 London Olympics
were won by athletes with suspicious
results, and that in some finals every
athlete in the medal positions had
recorded a dubious blood test. (AP)
all. But it s not (just) because someone has
a suspicious profile once that he was doped.
When people say that there are medals to be
redistributed from 2001 to 2012, it s just a
The IOC has previously stripped medals
from athletes who have been retroactively
found guilty of doping offenses dating back
to the time of the games. The IOC also stores
Olympic doping samples for 10 years for pos-
IOC president Thomas Bach said it is up
to the World Anti-Doping Agency to inves-
tigate the allegations, including that one-third
of medals in endurance races at the Olympics
and world championships from 2001 to 2012
were won by athletes who recorded suspicious
"If there should be cases involving results
at Olympic Games, the IOC will react with
zero tolerance with our usual policy," Bach
said. "But at this time, we have nothing more
than allegations. We have to respect the pre-
sumption of innocence of the athletes."(AP)
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