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21 Nov New Records Set In Nine Events During 2012 New Records Set In Nine Events During 2012
In its October issue the British quarterly TRACK STATS noted that at the London Olympics one hundred national records were set, and that in this table TT was the top nation with seven records: men`s 400h, 4x400m and javelin (twice each) and women`s 200m and 4x100m. See article …
30 Sep Trinidad Javelin Throwers Trinidad Javelin Throwers
The Olympic victory of Keshorn Walcott in the javelin throw was a bolt from the blue in the London stadium already familiar with another Bolt from Jamaica. Like the superb 800m world record run of Kenyan David Rudisha who led from gun to finish, Keshie also took charge. See article …
30 Aug Borel, Baptiste go for glory Borel, Baptiste go for glory
Cleopatra Borel and Kelly Ann Baptiste will be looking to improve on their third placing in their last Diamond League outings when they compete in the Samsung Diamond League Weltklasse Meet in Zurich, Switzerland today. See article …
23 Aug Baptiste makes bronze run at Lausanne Baptiste makes bronze run at Lausanne
National sprint queen Kelly-Ann Baptiste shrugged off her Olympic disappointment with a 10.93 bronze medal run in the women’s 100m event at the Athletissima Samsung Diamond League meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland yesterday. See article …
17 Aug T&T stars in search of diamond titles T&T stars in search of diamond titles
T&T’s Richard Thompson, Jarrin Solomon, Cleopatra Borel and Jehue Gordon will all have to shrug off any fatigue left from the London Olympics as they are expected to line up in their respective events today at the DN Galan Diamond League meeting in Stockholm, Sweden. See article …
16 Aug Lesson from a golden javelin Lesson from a golden javelin
That a 19-year-old youngster from Toco can go to the Olympic Games and win a gold medal against the world’s best competitors seems more like the stuff of fairy tales than an actual real-life event. See article …
13 Aug New Era! T&T step up at London 2012 New Era! T&T step up at London 2012
The men's javelin gold won by Keshorn Walcott at the Olympic Games, here in London, England, combined with the three bronze medals secured on the track, earned Trinidad and Tobago joint 47th spot on the medal table, with Uzbekistan. See article …
12 Aug Walcott family celebrates youngest-ever javelin winner Walcott family celebrates youngest-ever javelin winner
Keshorn Walcott’s mother Beverly was overjoyed at her son’s historic performance yesterday, saying jokingly that she was lucky she did not have a heart attack after watching him capture this country’s second gold medal ever at the Olympics. See article …
12 Aug Biggest Olympic surprise Biggest Olympic surprise
Keshorn Walcott’s gold medal may have been the biggest surprise of the Olympic Games in London, England. Yesterday, Walcott shocked everyone at Olympic Stadium when his second throw of 84.58 metres topped the Men’s Javelin event, less than a month after he became the world junior champion. See article …
12 Aug Ideal Athlete! Praises for Golden Walcott Ideal Athlete! Praises for Golden Walcott
The man responsible for shaping Keshorn Walcott into an Olympic gold medallist, Cuban throws coach Ismael Lopez, says there is no limit to the heights the talented teenager can attain. See article …
12 Aug GOLD! Keshorn Walcott is youngest ever Olympic javelin champion GOLD! Keshorn Walcott is youngest ever Olympic javelin champion
Keshorn Walcott produced a shocker at the Olympic Stadium here in London, England, yesterday, becoming only the second Olympic gold medallist from Trinidad and Tobago. See article …
11 Aug London 2012 LIVE UPDATES, Saturday, August 11 - Sprint relay bronze London 2012 LIVE UPDATES, Saturday, August 11 - Sprint relay bronze
Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender and Richard "Torpedo" Thompson earned bronze for T&T in the men's 4x100 metres relay. See article …
11 Aug Golden Walcott Golden Walcott
Keshorn Walcott rewrote the record books when he became only the second T&T athlete to earn an Olympic gold medal. See article and video …
10 Aug Bronze Boys! T&T strikes third spot in men's 4x400m Olympic final Bronze Boys! T&T strikes third spot in men's 4x400m Olympic final
Deon Lendore ran his heart out for Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England, yesterday, battling to the line to earn his team bronze in the London 2012 men's 4x400 metres relay. See article …
09 Aug Scenting Success! Record-breaking T&T 'sharks' in 4x4 final Scenting Success! Record-breaking T&T 'sharks' in 4x4 final
Tobago will compete in an Olympic Games 4x400 metres final. But the four men expected to represent the Red, White and Black in today's 4.20 p.m. (T&T time) championship race are not satisfied with mere participation. See article …
09 Aug Happy Hackett! T&T sprinter pleased with Olympic performance Happy Hackett! T&T sprinter pleased with Olympic performance
Semoy Hackett is very satisfied with her performances at the Olympic Games here in London, England.Yesterday, the 23-year-old sprinter finished eighth in the women's 200 metres final, at the Olympic Stadium, the result making her the second most successful female Trinidad and Tobago athlete in Olympic history. See article …
09 Aug Going For Glory! T&T women in record run Going For Glory! T&T women in record run
Michelle-Lee Ahye, Kelly-Ann Baptiste, Kai Selvon and Semoy Hackett are within touching distance of history. Never before has a female Trinidad and Tobago athlete earned precious metal on the biggest sporting stage. See article …
07 Aug Strong Finish! Njisane 7th in keirin; Hackett in 200m final Strong Finish! Njisane 7th in keirin; Hackett in 200m final
Njisane Phillip dug deep into his reserves to produce a strong finish to his first Olympic campaign, the Trinidad and Tobago cyclist finishing seventh in the men's keirin, at the Velodrome, here in London, England, yesterday. See article …
07 Aug King Of Queens! New York-based Lalonde Gordon has grand plans King Of Queens! New York-based Lalonde Gordon has grand plans
A rare sight was witnessed at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England, yesterday. For only the second time in Olympic history, the Trinidad and Tobago flag was raised during a 400 metres medal ceremony. See article …
06 Aug OOH LALONDE! T&T athlete bags bronze medal in men's 400 London Olympic final OOH LALONDE! T&T athlete bags bronze medal in men's 400 metres London Olympic final
"It's a wonderful feeling, knowing that I put my name out there. People should know who I am now." Before the 2012 Olympic Games started, Lalonde Gordon was certainly not a household name. See article …
05 Aug Day Of Hope, Njisane, Gordons race for medals Day Of Hope, Njisane, Gordons race for medals
Trinidad and Tobago's Njisane Phillip made a major breakthrough at the Velodrome, here in London, England, yesterday, beating Russia's Denis Dmitriev in two straight rides to reach the Olympic Games men's sprint semi-final. See article …
04 Aug Young Guns, Jehue, Njisane shine at London Games Young Guns, Jehue, Njisane shine at London Games
Jehue Gordon is the first Trinidad and Tobago hurdler to qualify for an Olympic final. The 20-year-old clocked a new national record at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England, yesterday. See article …
04 Aug Best Ever, Baptiste tops all T&T women at London 2012 Olympics Best Ever, Baptiste tops all T&T women at London 2012 Olympics
Kelly-Ann Baptiste produced the best ever Olympic performance by a woman athlete from Trinidad and Tobago, at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England, yesterday. See article …
03 Aug T&T sprinters chase berths in Olympic finals T&T sprinters chase berths in Olympic finals
Trinidad and Tobago track star Kelly-Ann Baptiste goes head-to-head with Jamaica's reigning Olympic 100 metres champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, at the Olympic Stadium here in London, England, today. See article …
02 Aug Baptiste Chases History Baptiste Chases History
Kelly-Ann Baptiste is hoping to become the first female athlete from Trinidad and Tobago to earn Olympic precious metal. The 25-year-old track star will open her bid for a 100 metres medal this afternoon, at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England. See article …
27 Jul Flag-bearing patriot leads T&T into battle Flag-bearing patriot leads T&T into battle
NEW I didn't see it coming, but the parade of nations at the Olympic Games opening ceremony here in London, England, turned out to be an emotional experience. See article …
27 Jul London rocks as 'Queen' parachutes into Olympics opening ceremony London rocks as 'Queen' parachutes into Olympics opening ceremony
NEW The Queen and James Bond gave the London Olympics a royal entrance like no other yesterday in an opening ceremony that rolled to the rock of the Beatles, the Stones and The Who. See article …
26 Jul Burns elated to carry T&T flag Burns elated to carry T&T flag
NEW "It's a great honour and privilege to carry out such a duty for Trinidad and Tobago." Marc Burns was elated on hearing of his selection as T&T's flagbearer for today's Olympic Games opening ceremony, at the Olympic Stadium here in London, England. See article …
26 Jul Marc Burns T&T flag bearer at London Olympics Marc Burns T&T flag bearer at London Olympics
Olympic Games sprint relay silver medalist Marc Burns will have the honour of carrying the T&T flag at the parade of nations during the opening ceremony of the Games of the 30th Olympiad in London on Friday. See article …
24 Jul Bledman vs Blake Bledman vs Blake
NEW Trinidad and Tobago’s Keston Bledman squared off against Yohan Blake of Jamaica in the men’s 100 metres event at the Addidas Grand Prix New York Diamond League on June 9 at the Ichan Stadium in New York City, New York. See article & Video…
20 Jul Walcott sparkles in Spain Walcott sparkles in Spain
NEW Trinidad and Tobago's Keshorn Walcott grabbed gold in the javelin event at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain with a huge 78.64 metres effort on his sixth and final throw. See article/video…
19 Jul Injured Lucas out Olympics Injured Lucas out Olympics
NEW Injury has forced Josanne Lucas out of the 2012 Olympic Games, in London, England. In a Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) press release, yesterday, Team T&T's chef de mission, Annette Knott said the injury has to be attended to urgently. See article …
18 Jul T&T wins Olympic warm-up T&T wins Olympic warm-up
NEW Trinidad and Tobago's Rondel Sorrillo Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender and Richard "Torpedo" Thompson combined to produce the second fastest time in the world this year, to win the men's 4x100m relay at the Aviva London Grand Prix Samsung Diamond League meet in London on Saturday.. See article/video …
10 Jul Relay Silver Relay Silver
Shawna Fermin, Alena Brooks, Jessica James and Sparkle McKnight combined for silver in the North America, Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Under-23 Track and Field Championsip women's 4x400 metres relay, in Irapuato, Mexico, on Sunday. See article …
10 Jul Solomon clocks PB Solomon clocks pb
Jarrin Solomon produced a new personal best in finishing second in the men's 400 metres event, at the Bottrop Gala meet, in Germany, on Saturday. See article …
10 Jul Walters, Cedenio on show at World Juniors Walters, Cedenio on show at World Juniors
Reubin Walters will be the first Trinidad and Tobago athlete on show at the 2012 World Junior Track and Field Championships, in Barcelona, Spain. See article …
08 Jul James gets T&Ts second NACAC bronze James gets T&Ts second NACAC bronze
Thrower Hilenn James bagged Trinidad and Tobago's second bronze medal at the North America, Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Under-23 Track and Field Championships, in Irapuato, Mexico on Saturday evening with third place in the women's discus throw. See article …
07 Jul Gordon secures Olympic 400 berth Gordon secures Olympic 400 berth
NEW Trinidad and Tobago's Lalonde Gordon earned the right to compete in the men's 400 metres event at the 2012 London Olympics when he stopped the clock at a personal best 45.02 seconds at the United States National Club Track and Field Championships, in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday. See article …
03 Jul Borel, Alexander in solid warm-up Borel, Alexander in solid warm-up
NEW Trinidad and Tobago athletes Cleopatra Borel and Ayanna Alexander continued preparations for the London Games with solid performances at the Jamaica Olympic trials, in Kingston, on the weekend. See article …
29 Jun TTOC hoping for 5-medal haul TTOC hoping for 5-medal haul
Trinidad and Tobago will take their largest contingent to an Olympic Games when a team of 31 heads to London 2012 next month for the Games of the 30th Olympiad. See article …
25 Jun Mile relay record at National Champs Mile relay record at National Champs
NEW Renny Quow, Lalonde Gordon, Jarrin Solomon and Deon Lendore combined to break a 20-year-old Trinidad and Tobago record, on day two of the NAAA Sagicor/NGC National Open Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late yesterday. See article …
23 Jun Bledman Clocks 9.86 to win National 100m title Bledman Clocks 9.86 to win National 100m title
NEW Keston Bledman won his first senior national sprint title in style, bolting to victory in a personal best 9.86 seconds at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late yesterday. See article …
22 Jun Romany: Phillip, Jehue have real medal shot Romany: Phillip, Jehue have real medal shot
NEW A "real, real chance" at precious Olympic metal.That's the belief Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Larry Romany has in quarter-mile hurdler Jehue Gordon, cyclist Njisane Phillip and sailor Andrew Lewis. See article …
04 Jun Walcott, Farinha impress at Junior Championships Walcott, Farinha impress at Junior Championships
Eleven track and field athletes affirmed spots for Trinidad and Tobago in the forthcoming World Junior Championships and CAC Games as the curtains closed on the final day of the 2012 NAAA Junior Championships concluded at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
04 Jun Walcott leads CAC, World Junior qualifiers Walcott leads CAC, World Junior qualifiers
Olympic qualifier Keshorn Walcott heads the list of 32 athletes who have attained the qualifying standards for the upcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Junior Track and Field Championships in San Salvador, El Salvador from June 29 to July 1. See article …
03 Jun Cedenio, Spann golden again Guardian Media
Carfita Games double gold medallist (400m/200m) Machel Cedenio continued his winning ways when he took the Boys’ Under 18 400m title during the NAAA Junior Championships . In the Under 18 Girls 400m, Kenisha Spann of Neon Trackers outran Marissa Gale of Air Bon Sonics (56.20) and Sade Andrews of Southern Athletics (57.51). See article …
03 Jun James wins in Nashville James wins in Nashville
Trinidad and Tobago's Jamaal James returned a time of one minute, 47.55 seconds to grab gold in the Music City Distance Carnival men's invitational 800 metres event, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, on Saturday. See article …
03 Jun Cedenio books spot in World Juniors Newsday
Unattached sprinter, Machel Cedenio secured himself a spot at this year’s World Junior Championships and the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) after copping gold in the Boys Under-18 400m event in a blistering 46.68s, on day one of the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Junior Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
03 Jun Farinha beats Cedenio for 200 title Farinha beats Cedenio for 200 title
Jonathan Farinha held off Machel Cedenio to win the National Junior Track and Field Championship boys' under-18 200 metres final, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. Farinha completed the half-lap race in a personal best 21.19 seconds, beating Cedenio (21.28) into second spot. See article …
03 Jun Sorillo takes fourth in Diamond League Sorillo takes fourth in Diamond League
World Championship finalist Rondel Sorillo clocked in at 20.81 seconds to claim fourth place in the Samsung Prefontaine Diamond League 200m event, in Eugene, Oregon, yesterday. Sorillo’s time was only 0.01 seconds above his season’s best of 20.80, and 0.26 seconds above the Olympic A standard. See article …
02 Jun Cedenio on fire at Junior Champs Cedenio on fire at Junior Champs
Machel Cedenio was in superb form on day one of the National Junior Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. The 16-year-old athlete clocked a personal best 46.68 seconds to claim gold in the boys' under-18 400 metres event. See article …
06 May Fast Track Baptiste clocks 10.86 in Jamaica Fast Track
Kelly-Ann Baptiste produced a sizzler in her 2012 individual opener, at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston, Jamaica, late on Saturday. See article …
01 May T&T's John one to watch for North Dakota State T&T's John one to watch for North Dakota State
Deborah John is a Trinidad and Tobago athlete on scholarship at North Dakota State University (NDSU) USA. Last year, she was made a member of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars for her "commitment to the ideals of Scholarship, Leadership and Service". See article …
01 May Golden Bravo on Dean's List Golden Bravo on Dean's List
Akeela Bravo has been making a name for herself at Jacksonville University, in Florida. See article …
23 Apr Thompson heads list of Olympic qualifiers Thompson heads list of Olympic qualifiers
Reigning double Olympic silver medallist Richard Thompson is among 20 local athletes who have attained the qualifying standards for the 30th Olympics Games set to begin on July 27 in London, England. See article …
23 Apr Lee Ahye dips under Olympic time Lee Ahye dips under Olympic time
Michelle Lee Ahye signaled her intentions for this year's Olympics in London, England by dipping under the women's 100m qualifying standard. See article …
23 Apr T&T youth show off in Classics T&T youth show off in Classics
Deon Lendore (Texas A&M) captured his second 400m title by claiming the LSU Alumni Gold Classic one lap race in Louisiana, USA on Saturday in 46.22 secs. This was 0.66 off his personal best 45.56 which he set in winning the UM Hurricane meet in Florida one week earlier. See article …
22 Apr Bledman blazes Crawford track Bledman blazes Crawford track
Keston Bledman lived up to the expectations of fans at the Hasely Crawford Stadium yesterday when he took gold in the Manny Ramjohn Invitational Games invitational men's 100 metres event in a quick 10.13 seconds. See article …
22 Apr Solid centuries for Burns, Ahye Solid centuries for Burns, Ahye
Trinidad and Tobago sprinters Marc Burns and Michelle-Lee Ahye produced solid performances at meets in the United States, on the weekend. See article …
22 Apr Lendore strikes gold Lendore strikes gold
Texas A&M University student Deon Lendore clocked 46.22 seconds to grab men's 400 metres gold, at the 2012 Alumni Gold meet, in Louisiana, USA, on Saturday. See article …
16 Apr Bledman, Lendore hit Olympic standard Bledman, Lendore hit Olympic standard
Keston Bledman and Deon Lendore sped to Olympic qualifying times at the University of Miami (UM) Hurricane Alumni Invite at Coral Gables, Florida on Saturday. Bledman clocked 10.12 seconds (wind+0.1m/s) in finishing second in the men’s 100m event, getting under the Olympic A standard of 10.18. See article …
15 Apr Nero smashes national marathon record Nero smashes national marathon record
Tonya Nero smashed a 25-year-old record at the ABN AMRO Marathon Rotterdam, in Holland, yesterday. The 23-year-old Trinidad and Tobago athlete completed the 26.2-mile course in two hours, 43 minutes, 14 seconds to improve on the 2:57:18 national record established by Deborah Snagg way back in 1987. See article …
15 Apr Golden Lendore betters best Golden Lendore betters best
Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler Deon Lendore chopped 64-hundredths of a second off his 400 metres personal best at the University of Miami Alumni Invite, in Florida, USA, on Saturday. See article …
15 Apr Nero takes on Rotterdam marathon Nero takes on Rotterdam marathon
T&T’s marathon runner Tonya Nero will be participating in the 32nd edition of the ABN AMRO Marathon Rotterdam in the Netherlands today. The marathon is one of the biggest one-day sporting events in the Netherlands with more than 22,000 participants at the start and will be contested among the world's absolute top athletes. See article …
14 Apr Selvon wins 'Tiger' 400 Selvon wins 'Tiger' 400
Trinidad and Tobago's Kai Selvon struck gold in the women's 400 metres event, at the Tiger Track Classic, in Alabama, last weekend. The Auburn University student clocked 54 seconds flat. See article …
14 Apr Nero chases Olympic standard in Rotterdam Nero chases Olympic standard in Rotterdam
Tonya Nero will be on the roads of Rotterdam, Holland, today, bidding to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics. Nero is among the runners who will compete in the ABN AMRO Marathon Rotterdam. Her goal in the 26.2-mile race is bettering the women's marathon Olympic B qualifying standard–two hours, 43 minutes. See article …
10 Apr T&T Carifta manager very satisfied T&T Carifta manager very satisfied
Team manager Dexter Voisin is pleased with Trinidad and Tobago's performance at the 2012 Carifta Games here in Hamilton, Bermuda. The 45-member T&T team earned six gold medals, nine silver and seven bronze to finish third on the medal table. See article …
09 Apr Gold, records for Walcott Gold, records for Walcott
Within minutes of each other, Keshorn Walcott, Jonathan Farinha and Andwuelle Wright secured gold for Trinidad and Tobago on the third and final day of the 2012 Carifta Games, at the National Stadium here in Hamilton, Bermuda, yesterday. See article …
08 Apr London, James, Williams strike Carifta gold London, James, Williams strike Carifta gold
It was certainly a race planned to perfection, Trinidad and Tobago's Mark London surging to the front on the home straight to capture the Carifta Games boys' under-20 800 metres title at the National Stadium here in Hamilton, Bermuda, yesterday. See article …
06 Apr Cedenio, London in Day One medal hunt Cedenio, London in Day One medal hunt
On arrival at the L.F. Wade International Airport, here in Bermuda, on Thursday, the 45 athletes who will represent Trinidad and Tobago at the 2012 Carifta Games were treated to a local rendition of the late Arrow's "Hot Hot Hot". See article …
04 Apr T&T bid for Carifta improvement T&T bid for Carifta improvement
Improvement is the goal for Team Trinidad and Tobago at this weekend's Carifta Games, in Bermuda. Team manager Dexter Voisin described T&T's fourth-place finish at the 2011 Games, in Jamaica, as "a big disappointment". See article …
02 Apr Walcott smashes CAC junior record Walcott smashes CAC junior record
Keshorn Walcott saved his best for last at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday, producing a huge 77.53 metres throw to smash his own CAC junior javelin record. See article …
01 Apr Bellille blazes at Texas Relays Bellille blazes at Texas Relays
Trinidad and Tobago's Janeil Bellille produced a superb run to strike gold in the university/college women's 400 metres hurdles final, at the Texas Relays, in Texas, USA, on Saturday. See article …
01 Apr Callender on track Callender on track
Emmanuel Callender dominated his rivals in the Falcon Games men's 100 metres final, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late on Sunday. See article …
01 Apr Boldon, Bishop, Hislop for Secondary Schools Leadership Boldon, Bishop, Hislop to address Secondary Schools Leadership symposium
Eight-time Olympic and World Championship medallist Ato Boldon will be the first facilitator at this year's Secondary Schools Leadership symposium. See article …
29 Mar Walcott heads Carifta 45 Carifta Games 2012 BermudaWalcott heads Carifta 45
Keshorn Walcott heads a team of 45 athletes selected for national duty at the April 7-9 Carifta Games, in Bermuda.Walcott will bid for his third straight boys' under-20 javelin title. See article …
29 Mar Jehue on show at Falcon Games Jehue on show at Falcon Games
Jehue Gordon will run his 400 metres hurdles season opener at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, this weekend. See article …
26 Mar Ahye wins in Texas Ahye wins in Texas
Michelle-Lee Ahye was the class of the women's 100 metres field, at the Bobby Lane Invitational, in Texas, USA, on Saturday. See article …
25 Mar Hackett back on track Hackett back on track
Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Semoy Hackett is back on track. Competing for the first time since completing a six-month doping ban, the Louisiana State University (LSU) student was in winners' row at the Tiger Relays, in Louisiana, USA, on the weekend. See article …
25 Mar Nero takes Half-Marathon Nero takes Half-Marathon
On a day dominated by Africans, Tonya Nero stood as the lone local winner yesterday, taking the Trinidad and Tobago International Half-Marathon women's title. See article …
25 Mar Holassie: T&T runners need more incentive Holassie: T&T runners need more incentive
Trinidad and Tobago marathon record holder Ronnie Holassie was not a happy camper after reaching the T&T International Marathon (TTIM) finish line at Whitehall in fifth spot. See article …
17 Mar T&T's Nero second in NACAC 6K T&T's Nero second in NACAC 6K
Tonya Nero entered the history books at the Queen's Park Savannah, in Port of Spain, yesterday, seizing silver in the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Cross Country Championship women's six-kilometre event. See article …
16 Mar Nero bids for NACAC crown Nero bids for NACAC crown
Nero is a serious contender for top honours and could make history by becoming the first Trinidad and Tobago runner to achieve a top-three finish at the NACAC Cross Country Champs. In fact, T&T have never had a top-ten finisher. See article …
08 Mar Nero in NACAC 20 Nero in NACAC 20
Tonya Nero will be at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain next Saturday, March 17, chasing the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Cross Country Championship women’s six-kilometre title. See article …
27 Feb Lendore, Alexander grab gold Lendore, Alexander grab gold
Deon Lendore and Annie Alexander were emphatic conference winners for their universities on the weekend at the SEC Indoor Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. See article …
26 Feb Alexander misses podium in SEC Champs Alexander misses podium in SEC Champs
Trinidad and Tobago thrower Annie Alexander just failed to earn a medal for Tennessee in the women's shot put yesterday at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. See article …
26 Feb Conference gold for Lendore, Selvon, Alexander, Busby, John Conference gold for Lendore, Selvon, Alexander, Busby, John
Trinidad and Tobago teenager Deon Lendore produced a superb run at the Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships, in Texas, USA, yesterday, clocking a personal best 46.33 seconds to capture the men's 400 metres title.. See article …
26 Feb Lendore clocks 400m personal best at Big 12 Lendore clocks 400m personal best at Big 12
Deon Lendore sped to a new personal best in the men’s 400 metres event when he clocked 46.76 seconds at the 2012 Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships in College Station, Texas, USA on Friday. See article …
25 Feb Quow in T&T World Indoor seven Quow in T&T World Indoor seven
Renny Quow will head a seven-member national contingent to the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Instanbul, Turkey from March 9-11. See article …
24 Feb Burns, Quow in World Indoors team Burns, Quow in World Indoors team
Olympic Games sprint relay silver medallist Marc Burns is among seven athletes selected to wear Trinidad and Tobago colours at the March 9-11 World Indoor Track and Field Championships, in Istanbul, Turkey. See article …
23 Feb Hope, Fermin strike gold Hope, Fermin strike gold
Trinidad and Tobago's Karla Hope whipped her rivals in the women's 400 metres final, at the Lone Star Conference Indoor Invitational, in Texas, USA, on Monday. See article …
14 Feb James makes World Indoor standard James makes World Indoor standard
Jamaal James has joined the list of local athletes bidding to represent T&T at the World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Istanbul, Turkey from March 9-11. See article …
13 Feb Thompson opens fast Thompson opens fast
Richard "Torpedo" Thompson produced the second fastest time of his career, 6.56 seconds, to lead all qualifiers into the final of the men's 60 metres dash, at the USA Track & Field Classic, in Arkansas, on Saturday.. See article …
13 Feb London, Douglas to shine at Tobago Secondary School London, Douglas to shine at Tobago Secondary School
Perennial national zonal champions Tobago will hold its zonal championships today and tomorrow at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Bacolet. See article …
13 Feb Bledman opens season with Millrose gold Bledman opens season with Millrose gold
Keston Bledman sped to men’s 60m gold at the 105th Millrose Games at the Amory, New York, USA on Saturday. See article …
13 Feb Bledman wins Millrose 60 Bledman wins Millrose 60
Keston Bledman was a comfortable winner of the men's 60 metres dash at the Millrose Games, in New York, USA, late on Saturday. See article …
12 Feb Record entries for 2012 World Indoors Record entries for 2012 World Indoors
A record of 160 countries have confirmed their intention of sending a team to the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships to be held at the Atakoya Athletics Arena, Instanbul, Turkey from March 9–11. See article …
12 Feb James, Alexander strike gold James, Alexander strike gold
Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Jamol James struck gold in the men's 60 metres dash, at the Akron Invitational, in Ohio, USA, yesterday. The University of Tennessee freshman stopped the clock at 6.72 seconds. See article …
01 Feb Cleverly woven tapestry by Dr Jesse Noel (former NAAA president) Jesse Noel NAAATT Past President 1971Basil Ince NAAATT Past President 1976
Basil Ince's Olympian, published by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT), is a seminal contribution to national literary history. See article …
31 Jan T&T's Cox wins Nevis Half Marathon T&T's Cox wins Nevis Half Marathon
Curtis Cox whipped his rivals to secure the top prize in the Nevis Half Marathon, on Sunday. See article …
31 Jan Promise of summer Promise of summer
So it was pleasing indeed to pick up Monday's Express and catch Renny Quow bursting through the tape on the back page. See article …
30 Jan Burns, Alexander in winners' row Burns, Alexander in winners' row
Trinidad and Tobago athletes Marc Burns and Ayanna Alexander were in winners' row in the United States, on the weekend. See article …
29 Jan Lalonde, Quow sizzle Lalonde, Quow sizzle
Lalonde Gordon continued his fine run of form this season with a world-leading time in the men's 200 metres, at the Terrier Invitational in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, on Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete earned gold with a 20.58 seconds sizzler. See article …
 
 
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