National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago

naaatt :: fanzone :: articles :: 2016 :: 04Facebook NAAATTSearch NAAATT

NAAATT Athletes

NAAATT Fan Zone Media Articles

  Post   Item  
  30 Apr

Penn bronze for 4x1 women

Kelly-Ann Baptiste, Michelle-Lee Ahye, Reyare Thomas and Khalifa St Fort teamed up for bronze in the USA vs the World Women's 4x100 metres event, at the Penn Relays, in Pennsylvania, USA, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago quartet got the baton round the track in 43.43 seconds to finish behind USA Red, the winners in 42.61, and Jamaica (42.90). See article …
Penn bronze for 4x1 women
  29 Apr

Building confidence

T&T's top 400m runner Machel Cedenio will run his first Diamond League meet on May 6 when he travels to Doha, Qatar on Monday. And the 20-year-old quarter-miler says he is "excited" about this year's Rio Olympics after his fastest season-opening run of 44.79. See article …
Building confidence Building confidence
  28 Apr

Hypolite: Pre-Olympic Camp integral to T&T success

Chef De Mission Dr Ian Hypolite says the main initiative for the T&T Olympic team in the next 100 days is ensuring the pre-olympic camp is successful, as the camp played a major role in the performances of the T&T team at the 2012 Games in London. See article …
Hypolite: Pre-Olympic Camp integral to T&T success Hypolite: Pre-Olympic Camp integral to T&T success
  28 Apr

Cedenio signs up with Flow

Top Trinidad and Tobago quarter-miler Machel Cedenio was announced as the latest Flow Brand Ambassador yesterday at the Flow Sports headquarters on Cipriani Boulevard. See article …
Cedenio signs up with Flow Cedenio signs up with Flow
  28 Apr

Pre-Olympic camp for TT athletes in Brazil

The TT team's chef de mission Dr Ian Hypolite, who is also an executive member of the TTO C, made this disclosure during a media conference yesterday morning at the TTO C office, Abercromby Street, Port of Spain. See article …
Pre-Olympic camp for TT athletes in Brazil
  27 Apr

TTOC launches 100 days

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) yesterday celebrated the occasion of 100 days to go to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic House on Abercromby Street in Port of Spain, announcing a host of events to come off during that period. See article …
TTOC launches 100 days TTOC launches 100 days
  27 Apr

Hislop double - Akili, McKay, Tobago on fire at Secondary Schools Champs

Akanni Hislop completed the Secondary Schools Track and Field Championship boys' 18+ sprint double when he dominated his rivals in the 200 metres final, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, last Thursday. See article …
Hislop double - Akili, McKay, Tobago on fire at Secondary Schools Champs
  26 Apr

Appreciating the bigger picture in Caribbean sport

Dr Daniel Johnson, the Bahamas Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, in his key note address to open the first ever Commonwealth Games Federation Americas and Caribbean Region meeting in Bahamas, made the confident declaration that sport and youth are key to Bahamas national development plan. See article …
Appreciating the bigger picture in Caribbean sport Appreciating the bigger picture in Caribbean sport
  26 Apr

Borel claims ownership of her Olympic experience

As the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) prepares to mark the 100-day count down to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games this August, champion shot putter Cleopatra Borel is clear as to her approach in the run up to the prestigious championships. See article …
Borel claims ownership of her Olympic experience Borel claims ownership of her Olympic experience
  26 Apr

Selvon speeds up to win War Eagle 100m

Kai Selvon won her first race of the 2016 campaign with a 11.42 seconds clocking in the Women` s 100 metres at the War Eagle Invitational, Alabama, USA over the weekend. See article …
Selvon speeds up to win War Eagle 100m
  25 Apr

Walters, Roberts, Morain, Mark golden at US meets

Ruebin Walters grabbed gold in the men's 110 metres hurdles at the Triton Invitational, in California, on the weekend. The Central Arizona College sophomore clocked 13.68 seconds. See article …
Walters, Roberts, Morain, Mark golden at US meets Walters, Roberts, Morain, Mark golden at US meets
  24 Apr

Ahye whips Stewart - T&T sprinter still unbeaten in 100

Trinidad and Tobago track star Michelle-Lee Ahye whipped Jamaica's Kerron Stewart in the women's 100 metres dash, at the Michael Johnson Invitational, in Texas, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Ahye whips Stewart - T&T sprinter still unbeaten in 100 Ahye whips Stewart - T&T sprinter still unbeaten in 100
  24 Apr

Cedenio Sizzles in Open

Machel Cedenio won his outdoor season opener, the 400 metres sprint at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational on Friday night at the University of Florida, USA. Cedenio clocked 44.79 seconds to beat David Verberg into second in 45.11 and Arman Hall (Florida) was third in 45.17. See article …
Cedenio Sizzles in Open Cedenio Sizzles in Open
  24 Apr

Kipchoge smashes London Marathon record

A feat of speed by Eliud Kipchoge, rushing to a course record. A feat of fortitude by Jemima Sumgong, recovering from a painful fall to win. See article …
Kipchoge smashes London Marathon record Kipchoge smashes London Marathon record
  24 Apr

ArticleName

Asafa Powell blew away the field to win the 200m during the Michael Johnson Invitational at Clyde Hart Track and Field stadium in Waco, Texas, on Saturday night. See article …
ArticleName ArticleName
  23 Apr

ArticleName

Machel Cedenio produced a typically strong finish to win the men's 400 metres event in 44.79 seconds at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational in Florida, USA, on Friday. The clocking was Cedenio's fastest-ever season-opener, bettering last year's 45.09 run. See article …
ArticleName ArticleName
  23 Apr

Selvon bags bronze in opener

Kai Selvon finished third in her first race this season, the Women` s 400 metres at the Auburn Tiger Track Classic, in Alabama, USA recently. See article …
Selvon bags bronze in opener
  22 Apr

Hislop wins Schools sprint double

KANNI HISLOP , the 2016 CARIFTA Games Under-20 200-metre gold medallist, cruised to victory in the Boys 18-and-Over 200m yesterday, as the two-day National Secondary Schools Athletic Championships ended at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Hislop wins Schools sprint double Hislop wins Schools sprint double
  21 Apr

Tobago coming strong for title defence

Carifta gold medallists Tyriq Horsford of Signal Hill Secondary and Bishops High's Akanni Hislop lead a strong contingent from Tobago to the National Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships which starts today and continues tomorrow at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. Action begins at 9 am on both days with some of T&T's best junior athletes. See article …
Tobago coming strong for title defence Tobago coming strong for title defence
  21 Apr

Hislop keeps Tobago title hopes alive with sprint title

Carifta champion Akanni Hislop of Tobago Zone did as expected and won the Boys Over-18 100 metres final at the National Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships yesterday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo. See article …
Hislop keeps Tobago title hopes alive with sprint title
  20 Apr

An Olympic Diary - ST FORT REAPING REWARDS

Khalifa St Fort announced her arrival on the global sprint stage with 100 metres silver at the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia. This season, the Florida-based teenager is focused on the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. See article …
An Olympic Diary - ST FORT REAPING REWARDS An Olympic Diary - ST FORT REAPING REWARDS
  20 Apr

NAAA launches National Athletic Championships

The National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) plans to take a different approach to the National Athletics Championships this year, with the intention not only to make improvements on the event, but also to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Hasely Crawford's Olympic gold medal — the country's first ever. See article …
NAAA launches National Athletic Championships NAAA launches National Athletic Championships
  20 Apr

Future stars on show at Secondary Schools Champs

APPROXIMATELY 600 of Trinidad and Tobago's top junior athletes are set to battle over two days of exciting action in the 2016 National Secondary Secondary Schools Athletic Championships which are set for the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo today and tomorrow. See article …
Future stars on show at Secondary Schools Champs
  19 Apr

Tobago defend Schools Track and Field title

Close to 600 of Trinidad and Tobago's top junior athletes are set to battle at the 2016 National Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, today and tomorrow. See article …
Tobago defend Schools Track and Field title
  18 Apr

Ahye strikes 'Brown' gold

Michelle-Lee Ahye won for the third time in as many 100 metres races this season when she stopped the clock at 11.14 seconds at the Chris Brown Bahamas Invitational, late on Saturday. See article …
Ahye strikes 'Brown' gold Ahye strikes 'Brown' gold
  17 Apr

T&T’s Edwards finishes life or death marathon

Veteran long distance runner Nicholas Edwards finished 745th yesterday in the gruelling Marathon des Sables in Morocco after a week of running. The marathon des Sables, ranked by the Discovery Channel as the toughest footrace on earth that takes runners through the landscapes of the inhospitable Sahara desert in Morocco. See article …
T&T’s Edwards finishes life or death marathon T&T’s Edwards finishes life or death marathon
  14 Apr

Torch relay puts CariFin in focus

Over 450 employees of the financial services sector were buzzing with excitement after they participated in the 25th Anniversary of the CariFin Games Torch Relay on April 2, the official start of the CariFin Games. See article …
Torch relay puts CariFin in focus Torch relay puts CariFin in focus
  13 Apr

Olympic champion James opens season in Bahamas

In 2013, Jehue Gordon became Trinidad and Tobago's second IAAF World Championship gold medallist, capturing the men's 400 metres hurdles title to follow in the strides of 1997 200m champion Ato Boldon. See article …
Olympic champion James opens season in Bahamas Olympic champion James opens season in Bahamas
  13 Apr

ArticleName

Olympic 400 metres champion Kirani James is set to open his 2016 season at the Chris Brown Bahamas (CBBI) Invitational on Saturday, organisers have said. See article …
ArticleName ArticleName
  13 Apr

Sagicor Phoenix Walk/Run on this weekend

SAGICOR, once again, is proving to be the torch bearer in uniting people and communities with the launch of the Sagicor Phoenix Walk/Run, a one-lap event around the Queen's Park Savannah in Port of Spain. See article …
Sagicor Phoenix Walk/Run on this weekend Sagicor Phoenix Walk/Run on this weekend
  12 Apr

Walters snares silver in Mesa 400 hurdles

Trinidad and Tobago's Ruebin Walters seized silver in the men's 400 metres hurdles at the Mesa Classic in Arizona, USA, last Friday. See article …
Walters snares silver in Mesa 400 hurdles Walters snares silver in Mesa 400 hurdles
  12 Apr

Fast times expected in Carifin One Lap

Fitness enthusiasts from ten financial institutions will converge on the Queen's Park Savannah this afternoon to contest the Carifin Games "One Lap Savannah" run, which is by tradition the first competitive event in the annual series of road and cross-country races for employees in the local banking sector. See article …
Fast times expected in Carifin One Lap
  11 Apr

Jehue opens second

Jehue Gordon finished second in his first 400 metres hurdles race this season, at the Miami Hurricane Alumni Invitational, in Florida, USA, on Saturday. The 2013 world champion clocked 50.90 seconds to finish behind American Desmond Palmer (50.58) and ahead of Puerto Rico's Eric Alejandro (51.08). See article …
Jehue opens second Jehue opens second
  10 Apr

Tobago prime to dominate school athletic meeting again

Carifta Under-18 gold medallist Tyriq Horsford and sprint champion Akanni Hislop will return to competition in two weeks, to display their remarkable athleticism at the Secondary School Track and Field Championships. See article …
Tobago prime to dominate school athletic meeting again Tobago prime to dominate school athletic meeting again
  10 Apr

Walters, Romeo in top form - Wins too for Thomas, Telesford, James

Ruebin Walters bolted to the line in a personal best 13.60 seconds to grab gold in the men's 110 metres hurdles, at the Sun Angel Classic in Arizona, USA, on Saturday. His Central Arizona College teammate, Hezekiel Romeo was also golden, taking the men's shot put title with a 17.80 metres throw—a new PR (personal record). See article …
Walters, Romeo in top form - Wins too for Thomas, Telesford, James Walters, Romeo in top form - Wins too for Thomas, Telesford, James
  08 Apr

Nestle battles child obesity with Health Fair 5K run

Nestle T&T Limited in its goal to battle non-communicable diseases such as child obesity will host its fourth annual Health Fair and 5K Run/Walk on May 7, from 2 pm - 6 pm. See article …
Nestle battles child obesity with Health Fair 5K run Nestle battles child obesity with Health Fair 5K run
  06 Apr

An Olympic Diary WALCOTT PREPARES TO DEFEND

Today, in the first of his four "Olympic Diary" instalments, Walcott speaks about his preparations on the Road to Rio. See article …
An Olympic Diary WALCOTT PREPARES TO DEFEND An Olympic Diary WALCOTT PREPARES TO DEFEND
  04 Apr

Ahye runs away with Texas 100

Michelle-Lee Ahye clocked 11.25 seconds to run away with the women's 100 metres at the Nike Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays at the Mike A Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas in the US on Saturday. See article …
Ahye runs away with Texas 100 Ahye runs away with Texas 100
  03 Apr

Ahye wins outdoor opener steers 4x1 women to Texas Relays gold

Michelle-Lee Ahye was triumphant in her 2016 outdoor opener, in Texas, USA, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago track star clocked 11.25 seconds to win the Texas Relays invitational women's 100 metres dash, ahead of American Alexandria Anderson (11.32). See article …
Ahye wins outdoor opener steers 4x1 women to Texas Relays gold Ahye wins outdoor opener steers 4x1 women to Texas Relays gold
  03 Apr

Ahye golden at Bobcat*

Michelle-Lee Ahye had a busy weekend on the track, notching victories at two meets in Texas, USA. On Saturday, Ahye triumphed in the Texas Relays women's 100 metres event in 11.25 seconds, and also teamed up with Kelly-Ann Baptiste, Reyare Thomas and Khalifa St Fort to secure 4x100m gold for Trinidad and Tobago in 43.06. See article …
Ahye golden at Bobcat Ahye golden at Bobcat*
         
         
Top
See Media Photo Gallery

NAAATT Events Results
See Events & Results




CARIBSCAPE Web Design

CARIBSCAPE • Web Design



Copyright © :: National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago


National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago