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  30 May

Waithe shines at Hampton

Trinidad and Tobago's Shakeil Waithe held off a strong challenge from Grenada's five-time Carifta champion Anderson Peters to win the Hampton International Games men's javelin title, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, on Sunday. See article …
Waithe shines at Hampton
  29 May

Cadogan wins Hampton 100 - Silver for T&T’s Duncan

A thrilling men's invitational 100 metres duel between Barbadian Levi Cadogan and Trinidad and Tobago's Marcus Duncan brought the curtain down on the opening day of the Hampton International Games, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late on Saturday. See article …
Cadogan wins Hampton 100 - Silver for T&T’s Duncan Cadogan wins Hampton 100 - Silver for T&T’s Duncan
  28 Apr

Cedenio in Prefontaine super 400m clash today

T&T's Machel Cedenio will attempt to cause a major upset today when he takes on a stellar cast in the Men's 400 metres event at the 42nd Prefontaine Classic, a member of the IAAF Diamond League of elite international track and field meets, at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA. See article …
ArticleName Cedenio in Prefontaine super 400m clash today
  28 May

Cedenio 4th at Prefontaine

Machel Cedenio finished fourth in the men's 400 metres, at the Prefontaine Classic IAAF Diamond League meet, in Oregon, USA, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago quarter-miler crossed the line in 45.45 seconds. See article …
Cedenio 4th at Prefontaine Cedenio 4th at Prefontaine
  28 May

Stewart tops Hampton shot put

Akeem Stewart threw 18.29 metres to secure the Hampton International Games men's shot put title at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Stewart tops Hampton shot put Stewart tops Hampton shot put
  28 Apr

IOC: 23 positives in retests of London Olympics samples

Nearly two dozen athletes tested positive in reanalysis of their doping samples from the 2012 London Olympics, adding to the more than 30 already caught in retesting from the 2008 Beijing Games. See article …
IOC: 23 positives in retests of London Olympics samples
  27 Apr

Stop criticism please Ato

T&T Grand Games, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Regina John is calling on Olympic medallist Ato Boldon to stop tarnishing the image of the members of her organisation. See article …
Stop criticism please Ato Stop criticism please Ato
  27 May

Sports Company to support Hampton Games

THE SPORTS Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT ) will continue its support of the long-standing Hampton International Games which takes place from today until Sunday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Sports Company to support Hampton Games
  25 May

Thompson moves past rough start

Richard "Torpedo" Thompson has not enjoyed the best start to his Road to Rio campaign. But the triple Olympic silver medallist is not fazed, and determined to turn things around. See article …
Thompson moves past rough start Thompson moves past rough start
  25 May

Hampton Games on this weekend

The Hampton International Games (HIG) is getting help from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SPORTT). This year's event takes place from tomorrow through Sunday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. See article …
Hampton Games on this weekend
  25 May

Walcott to finally open 2016 season

After a weekend of inactivity due to the failed Trinidad and Tobago Grand Games, two of this country's star athletes will be back in action this weekend when the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, USA takes off. See article …
Walcott to finally open 2016 season
  23 May

Bovell, Borel, Grant for Miami athlete forum

Olympians George Bovell III (swimming), Cleopatra Borel (Athletics) along with Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Project Officer Athlete Services and Programmes, Rheeza Grant (volleyball) will travel to Miami, Florida today to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the Pan American Sport Organisation(- PASO) Continental Athlete Forum from May 24-25. See article …
Bovell, Borel, Grant for Miami athlete forum
  21 May

Walters, Clarke strike NJCAA gold

Ruebin Walters crushed his rivals to capture the men's 110 metres hurdles title, at the National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) Outdoor Track And Field Championships, in Texas, USA, on Thursday. See article …
Walters, Clarke strike NJCAA gold
  21 May

Port-of-Spain district reigns at Schools Athletics

The district of Port-of- Spain and Environs was crowned overall champions of the 2016 Atlantic National Primary Schools Track and Field Championships after a lengthy programme of event at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, on Wednesday. See article …
Port-of-Spain district reigns at Schools Athletics
  21 May

Grand Games organisers heard of cancellation from media

Dahlia Ditzen, former communications manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Grand Games (TTGG), says the meet's chief executive officer Regina Johnas is fully responsible for the sudden cancellation of the event. See article …
Grand Games organisers heard of cancellation from media
  20 Apr

NAAAs: Don’t blame us for Games cancellation

'Don't blame us for the T&T Grand Games cancellation." So said Peter Samuels, public relations officer (PRO) of the National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA). See article …
NAAAs: Don’t blame us for Games cancellation NAAAs: Don’t blame us for Games cancellation
  19 May

Sporting bodies wash hands of Grand Games

No state funds have been jeopardised due to the last-minute cancellation of the Trinidad and Tobago Grand Games (TTGG). See article …
Sporting bodies wash hands of Grand Games Sporting bodies wash hands of Grand Games
  18 May

An Olympic Diary - St Fort eyes World U20 Champs

Among the stars at the Carifta Games in Grenada this year was Trinidad and Tobago's Khalifa St Fort. The 18-year-old sprinter struck gold in the girls' under-20 100 metres dash. See article …
An Olympic Diary… St Fort eyes World U20 Champs An Olympic Diary… St Fort eyes World U20 Champs
  18 Apr

Serrette says no T&T athletes

None of the athletes caught in a major doping crackdown stretching back eight years to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games are Trinidadians, according to Ephraim Serrette, president of the National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA). See article …
Serrette says no T&T athletes Serrette says no T&T athletes
  18 May

National Primary Schools Athletics today

The Atlantic National Primary Schools Track and Field Championships will be staged today, from 9 am, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
National Primary Schools Athletics today National Primary Schools Athletics today
  18 May

Bledman 5th in Beijing

Keston Bledman finished fifth in the men's 100 metres dash at the IAAF World Challenge meet, in Beijing, China, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter got to the line in 10.17 seconds. See article …
Bledman 5th in Beijing
  18 May

Borel raring to compete at TT Grand Games

Trinidad and Tobago shot put queen, Cleopatra Borel, and specially invited female field athlete, Michelle Carter (USA), are gearing up for the inaugural and star-studded hosting of the Trinidad and Tobago Grand Games which launches off at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, on Saturday. See article …
Borel raring to compete at TT Grand Games
  17 Apr

T&T’s Roberts reigns as heptathlon queen in US

T&T's Khemani Roberts of Coppin State University put together a spectacular couple of days to cop the women's heptathlon at the 2016 ECAC/IC4A Track and Field Championships at Weaver Stadium in Princeton, New Jersey on the weekend. Roberts placed first, racking up 4,790 total points defeating the runner-up by 24 points on Saturday. See article …
T&T’s Roberts reigns as heptathlon queen in US T&T’s Roberts reigns as heptathlon queen in US
  17 May

Bolt sustains hamstring injury

Usain Bolt is being treated in Germany for an "aggravated hamstring injury" following his first race of the season, his coach Glen Mills has disclosed on national radio. See article …
Bolt sustains hamstring injury Bolt sustains hamstring injury
  17 Apr

Shot put rivals join forces to promote women in sport

While they may be fierce rivals in the event of shot put, Cleopatra Borel and USA's Michelle Carter are united in their promotion of women in sport. See article …
Shot put rivals join forces to promote women in sport Shot put rivals join forces to promote women in sport
  17 May

NAAA laud late stalwart Agostini

The National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) has extended deepest condolences to the relatives and friends of the late Michael "Mike" Agostini, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 81. See article …
NAAA laud late stalwart Agostini
  16 May

Cox, Nero run away with Eastern’s 15K

CURTIS COX and Tonya Nero were both victorious yesterday as they captured the male and female 15-kilometre race in the Eastern Credit Union's 28th Annual Road Race, otherwise known as the Granny Luces Classic, which concluded at the Credit Union`s headquarters at La Joya Complex, St Joseph. See article …
Cox, Nero run away with Eastern’s 15K Cox, Nero run away with Eastern’s 15K
  15 May

Cedenio tricks ’em - US sprint wins for Baptiste, Cain

Machel Cedenio completed a hat-trick of men's 400 metres victories at the Cayman Invitational track and field meet, in George Town, late on Saturday. See article …
Cedenio tricks ’em - US sprint wins for Baptiste, Cain Cedenio tricks ’em - US sprint wins for Baptiste, Cain
  14 May

Ahye second in Germany

Michelle-Lee Ahye earned silver in the women's 100 metres dash, at the adidas Athletics Boost Meeting, in Germany, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago track star clocked 11.07 seconds, her fastest legal time this season, to finish behind American Tori Bowie, the winner in 10.91. See article …
Ahye second in Germany Ahye second in Germany
  13 May

Phillip wins Carifin Chancellor Challenge

Republic Bank employee Abijah Phillip maintained his impressive form in the 2016 Carifin Games, winning this week's Chancellor Challenge in St Clair to remain a perfect three of three in the men's open (running) division. See article …
Phillip wins Carifin Chancellor Challenge Phillip wins Carifin Chancellor Challenge
  13 Apr

Cedenio to improve strength for Rio

Not a day goes by without Machel Cedenio having thoughts of securing a place in the T&T contingent heading to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, scheduled for August, and ultimately securing gold. See article …
Cedenio to improve strength for Rio
  12 May

Thomas, Sorrillo shine in US

Mikel Thomas produced two golden runs at the Oxy Invitational track and field meet, in California, USA, last Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete won the men's 100 metres dash in 10.29 seconds and his specialty event, the 110m hurdles in 13.57. See article …
Thomas, Sorrillo shine in US Thomas, Sorrillo shine in US
  11 May

An Olympic Diary - Jehue on different route

In August, Jehue Gordon will be in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, bidding for glory at the Games of the 31st Olympiad. In today's "Olympic Diary" instalment, the 2013 men's 400 metres hurdles world champion gives some insight into his training regime. See article …
An Olympic Diary - Jehue on different route An Olympic Diary - Jehue on different route
  11 Apr

Walcott headlines Grand Games of world stars

Top Track and Field athletes from 25 different countries including the United States, Jamaica, Great Britain, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Nigeria, Cuba, Angola and T&T will compete on one track on May 21 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Walcott headlines Grand Games of world stars Walcott headlines Grand Games of world stars
  10 May

Cox, Nero dominate Nestle 5k

Curtis Cox and Tonya Nero topped the field in their respective categories when the Nestle Fitfest Health Fair and 5k run on Saturday at the Queen's Park Savannah. See article …
Cox, Nero dominate Nestle 5k Cox, Nero dominate Nestle 5k
  08 May

Waithe strikes gold in Jamaica

Trinidad and Tobago's Shakeil Waithe produced the second best throw of his career, 76.30 metres, to strike gold in the men's javelin, at the Jamaica International Invitational IAAF World Challenge meet, in Kingston, on Saturday. See article …
Waithe strikes gold in Jamaica Waithe strikes gold in Jamaica
  08 May

Cox, Nero crowned Nestle 5K champs

More than 5000 people and as many as 3000 participants attended the Nestlé Health Fair and 5K 2016 held at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Cox, Nero crowned Nestle 5K champs
  07 Apr

Cedenio cops silver at Diamond League

National 400m runner Machel Cedenio won a silver medal in the men's 400-metre event in the first meet of the Diamond League 2016 series in Doha, Qatar, yesterday. See article …
Cedenio cops silver at Diamond League Cedenio cops silver at Diamond League
  06 May

Cedenio bags Doha silver

Machel Cedenio claimed silver in the men's 400 metres event at the IAAF Diamond League meet in Doha, Qatar, yesterday. See article …
Cedenio bags Doha silver Cedenio bags Doha silver
  04 May

An Olympic Diary - Walcott puts in the work in Cuba

The countdown is on to the Rio Olympics, and Keshorn Walcott is preparing in earnest for the defence of his men's javelin title. Walcott had mixed fortunes last year. See article …
An Olympic Diary - Walcott puts in the work in Cuba An Olympic Diary - Walcott puts in the work in Cuba
  03 May

Sprint doubles for James, Thomas

Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Jamol James captured the men's sprint double at the Duel in the Desert track and field meet in Arizona, USA, on the weekend. See article …
Sprint doubles for James, Thomas Sprint doubles for James, Thomas
  01 May

Solomon tops UTEP 400

Jarrin Solomon produced a dominant run at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Invitational, in the United States, on Saturday. Solomon stopped the clock at 45.84 seconds to run away with the title, forcing his Trinidad and Tobago teammate Ade Alleyne-Forte to settle for silver in 46.69. See article …
Solomon tops UTEP 400 Solomon tops UTEP 400
         
         
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