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  28 Feb

More success for Ahye,Thomas, Warren, Lalonde

Lalonde Gordon, Mikel Thomas, Portious Warren and Michelle-Lee Ahye continued to impress, all four Trinidad and Tobago athletes notching indoor victories on the weekend. See article …
More success for Ahye,Thomas, Warren, Lalonde More success for Ahye,Thomas, Warren, Lalonde
  24 Feb

Government gives $1.4m to athletes

With less than six months until the start of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 15 T&T Olympic hopefuls including Keshorn Walcott and Cleopatra Borel, received $1.4 million in total from government towards their preparation. See article …
Government gives $1.4m to athletes Government gives $1.4m to athletes
  24 Feb

Walcott grateful for elite $$ assistance

OLYMPIC JAVELIN champion Keshorn Walcott expressed his appreciation for the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs, who provided him with a cheque yesterday, at the VIP Room, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, as part of its Elite Athlete Assistance Programme (EAAP). See article …
Walcott grateful for elite $$ assistance
  23 Feb

Four former winners among 54 nominees

Four-time women's award recipient Cleopatra Borel is among a quartet of former winners list in a field of 54 athletes (29 men and 25 women) nominated by their respective sporting association for the 2015 First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards. See article …
Four former winners among 54 nominees Four former winners among 54 nominees
  22 Feb

Warren powers to 'Puma' gold - US wins too for Walters, Alexander, James, Davis

Trinidad and Tobago's Portious Warren was at her powerful best at the Puma Indoor Classic in Arizona, USA, on Saturday. The Central Arizona College freshwoman threw a personal best 16.36 metres to strike gold in the women's shot put. The big effort also improved on her National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) indoor record, as well as the school record. See article …
Warren powers to 'Puma' gold - US wins too for Walters, Alexander, James, Davis Warren powers to 'Puma' gold - US wins too for Walters, Alexander, James, Davis
  22 Feb

Tobago to stage IAAF sanctioned meet

THE INTERNATIONAL Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) have certified the Tobago marathon course for the first ever International Sea to Sea Marathon scheduled for May 21- 22. See article …
Tobago to stage IAAF sanctioned meet
  21 Feb

London, Daniel, Roberts snare silver

T&T quartermiler Lalonde Gordon had to settle for second place in the men's 400 metres event at the 109th NYRR Millrose Games in Manhattan, New York, yesterday while Michelle-Lee Ahye just missed out on finishing among the top three finishers in the 60m dash at the IAAF World Indoor Tour in Glasgow. See article …
London, Daniel, Roberts snare silver London, Daniel, Roberts snare silver
  20 Feb

Ahye claims Stockholm silver

Michelle-Lee Ahye was just short of gold in the women's 200 metres, at the Globen Galan IAAF World Indoor Tour meet, in Stockholm, Sweden, on Wednesday. See article …
Ahye claims Stockholm silver Ahye claims Stockholm silver
  20 Feb

Lendore and Lalonde sizzle - Victory for Baptiste in Louisiana

Deon Lendore produced a sizzler at the Arkansas Qualifier indoor meet, in the United States, on Friday. The Trinidad and Tobago quarter-miler topped the men's 400 metres field with a 45.56 seconds run. American Marqueze Washington finished second in 45.72. See article …
Lendore and Lalonde sizzle - Victory for Baptiste in Louisiana Lendore and Lalonde sizzle - Victory for Baptiste in Louisiana
  17 Feb

Secondary Schools relay tomorrow

Toco Secondary and Queen's Royal College will seek to defend their overall titles at the 2016 Secondary Schools Relay Festival set for the Larry Gomes, Stadium, Malabar, Arima tomorrow. See article …
Secondary Schools relay tomorrow
  15 Feb

Lalonde wins Fastrack 400 - NJCAA shot put record for Warren

Trinidad and Tobago's Lalonde Gordon produced a solid 46.05 seconds run to win the men's 400 metres event at the Fastrack National Invite indoor meet in New York, USA, last Friday. See article …
Lalonde wins Fastrack 400 - NJCAA shot put record for Warren Lalonde wins Fastrack 400 - NJCAA shot put record for Warren
  15 Feb

Thompson, Baptiste second in LSU 60m

Triple Olympic silver medallist Richard Thompson and National sprint queen Kelly-Ann Baptiste opened their 2016 season with second place finishes at the LSU Performance Meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Saturday. See article …
Thompson, Baptiste second in LSU 60m
  14 Feb

Southern Games reduced to one day

DUE TO the recent economic downturn, the 52nd hosting of Southern Games has been reduced from its usual two days of sporting action, to one. See article …
Southern Games reduced to one day
  11 Feb

Boldon: T&T can improve on London haul

Quadruple Olympic medallist Ato Boldon says the Trinidad and Tobago track and field team is capable of hauling in even more medals at the Rio Olympics than they achieved at the London Games in 2012. See article …
Boldon: T&T can improve on London haul Boldon: T&T can improve on London haul
  10 Feb

TTOC on way to boost business

The T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) is under taking a marketing and branding transformation plan as it seeks to maximise and monetise its commercial affairs. Raising funds to ensure the twin Island Republic's athletes and national teams are as best prepared as possible is an ongoing challenge for sport organisations and governing bodies in T&T. See article …
TTOC on way to boost business TTOC on way to boost business
  09 Feb

Lendore opens in style - Gold too for Ahye, Sorrillo

Deon Lendore opened his 2016 indoor campaign with victory in the men's invitational 400 metres event, at the Charlie Thomas Invitational in Texas, USA, on Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago quarter-miler stopped the clock at 46 seconds flat for fourth spot on the world indoor performance list. See article …
Lendore opens in style - Gold too for Ahye, Sorrillo Lendore opens in style - Gold too for Ahye, Sorrillo
  08 Feb

IAAF to investigate reports of doping corruption in China

The IAAF could scrap the women's 10,000-metre record amid reports the current world record holder has admitted to doping. Olympic champion and multiple world record holder Wang Junxia is said to have written a letter to a Chinese journalist, in which she admits being involved in a state-sponsored doping regime under the infamous Ma Junren, coach of China's "Ma's Army" of runners. See article …
IAAF to investigate reports of doping corruption in China
  08 Feb

Boldon relishing coaching role with TT athletes

LEGENDARY TRINIDAD and Tobago sprinter Ato Boldon is relishing his role as coach of a trio of top national runners Kelly- Ann Baptiste, Richard Thompson and Khalifa St Fort. See article …
Boldon relishing coaching role with TT athletes
  07 Feb

Youth Awards champs aiming for strong 2016 seasons

JERON THOMPSON and Khalifa St Fort, the respective male and female winners of the First Citizens Sports Foundation 2015 Youth Awards, are both looking for strong 2016 seasons. See article …
Youth Awards champs aiming for strong 2016 seasons
  05 Feb

TTOC eyeing possible camps in Brazil

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) are currently in the process of establishing a base for the T&T Olympic team for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in August. See article …
TTOC eyeing possible camps in Brazil TTOC eyeing possible camps in Brazil
  05 Feb

Boldon says relay teams can make difference in Rio

Former national sprint legend Ato Boldon believes strong performances by this country's relay teams in recent times can lead T&T to its best ever medal haul at the Rio Olympics from August 5-21 this year. See article …
Boldon says relay teams can make difference in Rio Boldon says relay teams can make difference in Rio
  03 Feb

Boldon: Track and field at lowest ebb

QUADRUPLE NATIONAL Olympic medallist Ato Boldon has admitted the sport of track and field may be at its lowest ebb due to the recent doping scandal - which has seen IAAF's leading sponsor Adidas announce its plan to terminate its sponsorship deal. See article …
Boldon: Track and field at lowest ebb
  02 Feb

Lalonde continues to shine on US pro circuit

T&T's Olympic medallist Lalonde Gordon sprinted to victory again this weekend, clocking 20.78 seconds to take the 200 metres at the John Thomas Terrier Invitational at Boston University in the USA on Saturday. See article …
Lalonde continues to shine on US pro circuit
  01 Feb

Ahye flies in Texas - Wins too for James, Lalonde, Denoon, Alexander

Michelle-Lee Ahye continued her fine run of form this season when she clocked a world-leading 7.12 seconds for victory in the women's 60 metres open final, at the Houston Invitational indoor meet in Texas, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Ahye flies in Texas - Wins too for James, Lalonde, Denoon, Alexander Ahye flies in Texas - Wins too for James, Lalonde, Denoon, Alexander
  01 Feb

Thompson, St Fort cop First Citizens Awards

JERON THOMPSON (swimming) and Khalifa St Fort (athletics) copped the respective Male and Female Athletes of the Year as the First Citizens Sports Foundation staged its 2015 Youth Awards on Friday evening. See article …
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