When the 2007 Cricket World Cup was awarded to West Indies, there was more than a hint of scepticism from the rest of the cricket world. Were the grounds big enough? Could the infrastructure support such a venture? How do you move thousands of supporters from island to island? And where on earth are they all going to stay, given that this will be a peak holiday time with cricket followers there in addition to the usual visitors?
In the final part of the Sports International series Orin Gordon visits the region to examine the possible legacy for the region once the final ball has been bowled. And can the tournment do anything to rebuild a once great West Indies team ?