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  31 Jan

Thompson, St Fort nab First Citizens Youth Awards

Swimmer Jeron Thompson and Track and Field athlete Khalifa St Fort added more hardware to their cabinet after winning the Boys and Girls Youth of the Year awards for 2015 respectively at the First Citizens Sports Foundation Youth Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad, on Friday night. See article …
Thompson, St Fort nab First Citizens Youth Awards Thompson, St Fort nab First Citizens Youth Awards
  31 Jan

Athletics returns to Dwight Yorke Stadium

The newly laid blue track at the Dwight Yorke Stadium will see its first taste of action when the Tobago Primary Schools Track and Field Championships take place on February 18. See article …
Athletics returns to Dwight Yorke Stadium
  30 Jan

Thompson, St Fort cop Youth Awards

Top Junior female sprinter Khalifa St Fort and Carifta standout Jeron Thompson doubled up on their awards when they added the First Citizens Youth Female and Male awards respectively to their trophy cabinet. See article …
Thompson, St Fort cop Youth Awards Thompson, St Fort cop Youth Awards
  30 Jan

REAL THREAT - Boldon sees Thompson pushing for Rio medal

Trinidad and Tobago multiple Olympic medallist Ato Boldon is confident a reinvigorated Richard Thompson, under a new programme tailored by Boldon himself, could challenge for a medal in the men’s 100 metres dash at this year’s Rio Olympics. See article …
REAL THREAT - Boldon sees Thompson pushing for Rio medal REAL THREAT - Boldon sees Thompson pushing for Rio medal
  28 Jan

TTOC launches athlete development programme

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) will be launching an 18-month Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) pilot project. It is a programme headed by the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC). See article …
TTOC launches athlete development programme
  25 Jan

Lalonde, Solomon golden

Olympic 4x400 metres bronze medallists Lalonde Gordon and Jarrin Solomon were in winners' row at indoor meets in the United States, on the weekend. See article …
Lalonde, Solomon golden Lalonde, Solomon golden
  23 Jan

Nero fails to make Olympic cut

National long distance runner Tonya Nero will not compete at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in August, after not making the qualifying standard at the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, yesterday. See article …
Nero fails to make Olympic cut Nero fails to make Olympic cut
  22 Jan

Maple Leaf proud of School Relay win

The Trinidad and Tobago Marathon Committee had their first Secondary School Marathon Relay alongside their International Marathon in an effort to promote distance running in schools on Sunday. See article …
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  22 Jan

Nero's Olympic bid hamstrung

Halfway through yesterday's Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon, in the United Arab Emirates, Tonya Nero was on course to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games. But a right hamstring injury slowed her considerably in the second half of the 26.2-mile race ... See article …
Nero's Olympic bid hamstrung Nero's Olympic bid hamstrung
  20 Jan

Ahye, Lalonde lead the world

Trinidad and Tobago track stars Michelle-Lee Ahye and Lalonde Gordon lead the world for the 2015/2016 indoor season. See article …
Ahye, Lalonde lead the world Ahye, Lalonde lead the world
  19 Jan

Nero bids for Olympic berth

Trinidad and Tobago’s Tonya Nero will be on the streets of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, tomorrow night (TT time), bidding for an Olympic berth. See article …
Nero bids for Olympic berth Nero bids for Olympic berth
  19 Jan

Bolt: IAAF failed their athletes

Usain Bolt said he felt shocked and let down by the scandal-hit IAAF, but the Jamaican sprinter was against resetting athletics world records as the sport attempts to move on from a doping crisis. See article …
Bolt: IAAF failed their athletes Bolt: IAAF failed their athletes
  19 Jan

Sweet, sweet Trinidad

Approaching the home stretch of the 34th edition of the T&T International Marathon with the finish line in sight, a group of spectators, who may have been early finishers, started singing calypsonian Lord Funny's ditty: ‘Sweet, Sweet Trinidad, How I love mih country bad.” See article …
Sweet, sweet Trinidad
  18 Jan

Kenyans claim TT Marathon crowns

Kenyan distance runners, Mark Kipkosgei Chepses and Leah Kigen bettered their respective third place finishes at last year’s edition of the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon when they strutted to the 2016 men and women’s titles at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. See article …
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  18 Jan

Kenyans run away with T&T marathon

New champions were crowned when the T&T International Marathon was held yesterday, as the Kenyan pair of Mark Kipkosgei Chepses and Leah Kigen won the men’s and women’s categories respectively. See article …
Kenyans run away with T&T marathon Kenyans run away with T&T marathon
  18 Jan

Runners raise funds for TT Olympians

President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTO C), Brian Lewis, made well on his promise to once again complete the gruelling 26.2 mile Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TT IM) in a bold effort to raise international awareness towards his ‘10 or more Olympic Gold Medals by 2024 Athlete and Welfare Preparation Fund campaign. See article …
Runners raise funds for TT Olympians
  17 Jan

AT LAST - Kenyan Chepses finally wins

Kenya’s Mark Kipkosgei Chepses finally snapped a series of runner-up placings to clinch his first Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon title in front of Whitehall, Queen’s Park Savannah, yesterday. See article …
AT LAST - Kenyan Chepses finally wins AT LAST - Kenyan Chepses finally wins
  16 Jan

Champion Rios coming to defend marathon title

Defending T&T International Marathon champion Juan Cardona Rios of Colombia will aim for another title when the 34th edition of the race runs off from St Mary’s Junction, Freeport, tomorrow, from 5 am. See article …
Champion Rios coming to defend marathon title Champion Rios coming to defend marathon title
  15 Jan

Rios returns to defend crown

When participants in the 2016 T&T International Marathon face the starter at St Mary's Junction in Freeport tomorrow, it will be the renewing of a longstanding rivalry between defending champion Juan Carlos Cardona Rios of Colombia and Kenya's Mark Kipkosgei Chepses. See article …
Rios returns to defend crown Rios returns to defend crown
  15 Jan

Her Excellency to run on Sunday

Her Excellency Reema Carmona will lead a six-member relay team from President’s House in the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon on Sunday. See article …
Her Excellency to run on Sunday
  14 Jan

Chief Justice, President’s wife for Marathon

Trinidad and Tobago's Chief Justice Ivor Archie is expected to lend support to the #10Golds24 campaign when he and his family participate in the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon to raise awareness for the initiative.See article …
Chief Justice, President’s wife for Marathon Chief Justice, President’s wife for Marathon
  14 Jan

Chief Justice supports T&T Olympic Drive

T&T’s Chief Justice Ivor Archie will lend support to the country’s bid to win ten or more Olympic gold medals by the 2024 Olympic Games (#10Golds24), by competing in the T&T Marathon Relay, on Sunday. See article …
Chief Justice supports T&T Olympic Drive Chief Justice supports T&T Olympic Drive
  13 Jan

Fay-Ann supports TTOC medal drive

THE “VIQUEEN of Soca” Fay Ann Lyons-Alvarez, will participate in Sunday’s Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon, which will be staged from St Mary’s Junction in Freeport to the White Hall, Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain. See article …
Fay-Ann supports TTOC medal drive
  12 Jan

Athletes not afraid of going for gold

In the high pressured world of Olympic and elite sport where going for gold matters, ‘almost’ do not count. It’s the ability to remain focused in the midst of the chaos. The line between victory and defeat is razor thin. See article …
Athletes not afraid of going for gold
  11 Jan

Pan Am champ Borel enjoys defying time and the odds

WHEN track and field competition gets underway at Rio 2016 Olympic Games in August, one TT athlete who is unlikely to be overawed in the face of competition against the world ’s best is shot-putter Cleopatra Borel. See article …
Pan Am champ Borel enjoys defying time and the odds
  07 Jan

Lewis: They need our support

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis will brave a left hamstring injury as he attempts to complete his second Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon to raise awareness and funds for T&T athletes. See article …
Lewis: They need our support Lewis: They need our support
  05 Jan

Cedenio: TTOC award is my best Christmas gift

Quartermiler Machel Cedenio has expressed shock having been named as the T&T Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) choice for Sportsman of the Year 2015. See article …
Cedenio: TTOC award is my best Christmas gift Cedenio: TTOC award is my best Christmas gift
  05 Jan

Plans for T&T Olympic Games Park shelved

Plans for T&T’s first ever Olympic Park during the Rio Summer Olympic Games has been shelved due to the economic downturn. See article …
Plans for T&T Olympic Games Park shelved
  04 Jan

NAAA celebrates Cedenio and Ahye 2015 exploits

Quatermiler Machel Cedenio and sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye were named the men ’s and women’s Athletes of the Year respectively when the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) held its 18th annual awards ceremony at the Raddison Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain on Saturday evening. See article …
NAAA celebrates Cedenio and Ahye 2015 exploits
  03 Jan

Ahye, Cedenio run off with NAAA top awards

Ace women's 100-metre specialist Michelle-Lee Ahye won the Senior Female Athlete of the Year award, while 400m sensation Machel Cedenio walked away with yet another award when he won the male equivalent to the title at the NAAA Annual Awards ... See article …
Ahye, Cedenio run off with NAAA top awards Ahye, Cedenio run off with NAAA top awards
  03 Jan

Athletics Year in Review

As Trinidad and Tobago’s most prolific track and field stars gear up for yet another Olympic season, the pressure is mounting on this nation’s athletic prospects. Injuries and poor form hindered some of the leading athletes while there were a few impressive showings and potential shown by youngsters. See article …
Athletics Year in Review
  02 Jan

Happy to represent Trinidad - Junior Sportswoman of the Year Khalifa St Fort

Khalifa St Fort certainly enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2015, which culminated in her winning the 2015 Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Junior Sportswoman of the Year award, at a ceremony held at the Port of Spain Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Port of Spain, last Tuesday. See article …
Happy to represent Trinidad - Junior Sportswoman of the Year Khalifa St Fort Happy to represent Trinidad - Junior Sportswoman of the Year Khalifa St Fort
  02 Jan

Cedenio eyeing medals in Rio

Machel Cedenio is on the rise. The 20-year-old 400-metre sprinter followed up his 2014 Junior Sportsman of the Year award with the senior equivalent at the gala last Tuesday evening, however one cannot help but feel that this is just the beginning for the young sprinter. See article …
Cedenio eyeing medals in Rio Cedenio eyeing medals in Rio
         
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