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  30 Jun

An Olympic Diary - Walcott on Rght Track

Keshorn Walcott produced the third best throw of his career at the Bislett Games IAAF Diamond League meet in Oslo, Norway, three weeks ago, the 2012 Olympic men's javelin champion landing the spear 86.35 metres to capture bronze. See article …
An Olympic Diary - Walcott on Rght Track An Olympic Diary - Walcott on Rght Track
  30 Jun

Thompson: Don’t write off 4x100 men relay

TRINIDAD and Tobago sprinter Richard Thompson says the national 4x100-metre men's relay team are contenders for a medal at the Rio Olympics in August following top performances at the National Championships last weekend at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Thompson: Don’t write off 4x100 men relay
  28 Jun

13 attain Rio benchmark at NAAA championships

The track at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo saw many great performances by T&T's athletes on a record breaking weekend at the three-day National Association of Athletic Administrations National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor National Open Championships, which wrapped on Sunday. The senior meet began on Friday. See article …
13 attain Rio benchmark at NAAA championships 13 attain Rio benchmark at NAAA championships
  27 Jun

Lewis, Thompson confident ahead of Rio challenge

Gold was the word at the Atlantic-sponsored Sports Ambassador Farewell held at Jaffa in the Queen's Park Oval, yesterday, as both sailor Andrew Lewis and sprinter Richard Thompson were on hand in a short conferenceheld, where the Rio-bound athleteS... See article …
Lewis, Thompson confident ahead of Rio challenge Lewis, Thompson confident ahead of Rio challenge
  27 Jun

Perfect races - as Thompson, Lee Ahye sprint to glory

Richard Thompson and Michelle-Lee Ahye put together perfect races to emerge sprint champions to lead a list of seven sprinters to achieve Rio Olympics qualification standards in the 100 metres dash on the second day of action at the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships. See article …
Perfect races - as Thompson, Lee Ahye sprint to glory Perfect races - as Thompson, Lee Ahye sprint to glory
  27 Jun

Ahye adds ‘200’ record to sprint bag

Michelle-Lee Ahye's spectacular showing at the National Open Championships continued at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo yesterday, with the sprint star setting a new national record in adding the 200 metres title to the 100m crown she won less than 24 hours earlier. See article …
Ahye adds ‘200’ record to sprint bag Ahye adds ‘200’ record to sprint bag
  26 Jun

AHYE SMASHES 200M RECORD

Michelle-Lee Ahye and Machel Cedenio blazed the Hasely Crawford Stadium track, yesterday, producing record runs at the NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships. See article …
AHYE SMASHES 200M RECORD AHYE SMASHES 200M RECORD
  26 Jun

Hail champion Thompson

Richard Thompson's face said it all after he sped across the line to win the Men's 100 metres final at the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships, "It's great to be champion again." His comment after taking gold in spectacular fashion. See article …
Hail champion Thompson Hail champion Thompson
  26 Jun

Sorrillo, Cedenio satisfied

Rondel Sorrillo was a composed man coming off the bend at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, en route to victory in the men's 200-metre final at the NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships, yesterday. See article …
Sorrillo, Cedenio satisfied Sorrillo, Cedenio satisfied
  25 Jun

Hackett, Baptiste settle for 2nd, 3rd

Michelle-Lee Ahye was a very confident woman following her victory in the women's 100 metres final at the NAAA NGC Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain yesterday. See article …
Hackett, Baptiste settle for 2nd, 3rd Hackett, Baptiste settle for 2nd, 3rd
  25 Jun

Champion Thompson

Richard "Torpedo" Thompson regained his sub-10 touch at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, late yesterday, the triple Olympic silver medallist stopping the clock at 9.97 seconds to reclaim the NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championship men's 100 metres title. See article …
Champion Thompson Champion Thompson
  25 Jun

Thompson, Hackett shine at 100m prelims

TRIPLE OLYMPIC medallist Richard Thompson and Semoy Hackett topped the respective men's and women's 100 metres preliminary round fields yesterday, as the 2016 NGC/Sagicor-sponsored NAAA National Open Track and Field Championships began at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Thompson, Hackett shine at 100m prelims
  24 Jun

T&T’s finest ready to show off

T&T's finest will be on show starting today at the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo. See article …
T&T’s finest ready to show off T&T’s finest ready to show off
  24 Jun

Bledman, Thompson set for 100 showdown

Keston Bledman and Kelly-Ann Baptiste made comfortable progress in the 100 metres events, on day one of the NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, late yesterday. See article …
Bledman, Thompson set for 100 showdown Bledman, Thompson set for 100 showdown
  24 Jun

Baptiste: Relay team aims to make history

Top national women's sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste says knowing that Trinidad and Tobago's women's 4x100 metre (m) relay team has a chance to make history at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games is one of her biggest motivations. See article …
Baptiste: Relay team aims to make history
  23 Jun

SPRINTERS DUEL - Bledman, Baptiste begin title defences tonight

Trinidad and Tobago's best athletes will converge on the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, this weekend, for the NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships. With Olympic selection on the line, spectators are in for an absolute treat. See article …
SPRINTERS DUEL - Bledman, Baptiste begin title defences tonight SPRINTERS DUEL - Bledman, Baptiste begin title defences tonight
  22 Jun

An Olympic Diary - Torpedo Talks Progress

Richard "Torpedo" Thompson is fine-tuning his preparations for this weekend's NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain. In today's "Olympic Diary", the triple Olympic silver medallist talks about his recent progress on the track. See article …
An Olympic Diary - Torpedo Talks Progress An Olympic Diary - Torpedo Talks Progress
  22 Jun

NAAAs get tough for weekend trials

Making the qualifying standards will be of utmost importance at this weekend's National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships, where T&T's elite track and field athletes will get to prove they have what it takes to compete against the best the world has to offer at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero in Brazil. See article …
NAAAs get tough for weekend trials NAAAs get tough for weekend trials
  22 Jun

Granny Luces still going strong at 88

MANY HAVE overcome the surprise of arriving to marathons or long distance races in the last four decades and seeing a little grey-haired old lady dressed in national colours at the starting line. See article …
Granny Luces still going strong at 88
  21 Jun

NAAA launches Olympic fan T-shirts drive

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) is tapping into the value of sport. This was the message from TTOC president Brian Lewis yesterday when the National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAA) formally launched the official fan tee-shirts of the Olympic athletics team. See article …
NAAA launches Olympic fan T-shirts drive NAAA launches Olympic fan T-shirts drive
  21 Jun

Record-breaker

Akeem Stewart broke his own national men's shot put record at the Zenith Relays, in Tobago, on Sunday. The Falcons athlete threw the iron ball 19.96 metres to better the 19.34m Trinidad and Tobago standard he had established in 2013. See article …
Record-breaker Record-breaker
  20 Jun

‘Serious’ action coming - If new WADA report shows widespread Russian doping

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) chiefs said yesterday that they would call for "serious" action against Russia before the Rio Olympics in August if a new investigation next month shows evidence of widespread state-sponsored doping. See article …
‘Serious’ action coming - If new WADA report shows widespread Russian doping ‘Serious’ action coming - If new WADA report shows widespread Russian doping
  19 Jun

Akili, Roberts lead Heptathlon medal hunt in Canada

T&T's Khemani Roberts and Anya Akili ended day one of their respective Heptathlons in pole position to claim gold medals at the Pan American Combined Events Cup at Terry Fox Athletic Facility in Ottawa, Canada, yesterday. See article …
Akili, Roberts lead Heptathlon medal hunt in Canada Akili, Roberts lead Heptathlon medal hunt in Canada
  19 Jun

Silver boost

Kelly-Ann Baptiste and Machel Cedenio earned silver for Trinidad and Tobago at the adidas Boost Boston Games, in Massachusetts, USA, on the weekend. See article …
Silver boost Silver boost
  19 Jun

Baptiste snares Boston Games 100m silver

T&T's sprint queen Kelly-Ann Baptiste had to settle for silver in a five-women field 100m field at the Adidas Boost Boston Games at the Dilboy Stadium, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA, yesterday.See article …
Baptiste snares Boston Games 100m silver
  19 Jun

Sprint champion Bledman settles for bronze

At the same event in the men's 100 metres race, Bledman had to settle for the bronze medal after he clocked 10.29 seconds in the six-man field. The race was won by American Marvin Bracy in 10.23 second with Jamaica's London Olympics 100-metre silver-medallist Yohan Blake second in with the same time. See article …
Sprint champion Bledman settles for bronze
  18 Jun

IOC backs IAAF ban on Russia

The IOC threw its support behind the decision to ban Russia's track and field team from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics and said yesterday it will take "further far-reaching measures" to crack down on doping ahead of the games. See article …
IOC backs IAAF ban on Russia IOC backs IAAF ban on Russia
  18 Jun

LONDON

Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has confirmed he will compete in the 200m at the London Anniversary Games on July 22. Bolt's participation in the Games had already been announced but the Jamaican has now decided to concentrate specifically on the longer distance. See article …
LONDON LONDON
  18 Jun

Russia Olympic ban upheld

Russia's track and field athletes will not be allowed to compete at the Rio Olympics after the IAAF (International Amateur Athletics Federation) refused to lift the ban imposed for state-sponsored doping and corruption. See article …
Russia Olympic ban upheld
  16 Jun

Walcott 5th in Stockholm

Keshorn Walcott finished fifth in the men's javelin at the Bauhaus-Galan IAAF Diamond League meet in Stockholm, Sweden, yesterday. The 2012 Olympic champion produced a 79.71 metres effort, more than six metres short of the 86.35m throw that earned him bronze at the Bislett Games... See article …
Walcott 5th in Stockholm Walcott 5th in Stockholm
  16 Jun

Borel, Cedenio and Lewis focus on Rio medals, not Zika

Three of this country's Olympic medal hopefuls Cleopatra Borel, Machel Cedenio and Andrew Lewis are staying focused on participating at the Rio, Olympic Games this August 5th -21st, even as top athletes around the world continue express concern about the Zika virus in the host country Brazil. See article …
Borel, Cedenio and Lewis focus on Rio medals, not Zika Borel, Cedenio and Lewis focus on Rio medals, not Zika
  15 Jun

An Olympic Diary - St Fort dewals with injury

Khalifa St Fort travelled to Tobago for the very first time, last weekend. The 18-year-old Trinidad and Tobago sprinter made the long trek from her Florida, USA home to the beautiful sister isle to compete at the NAAA NGC/THA National Junior Track and Field Championships. See article …
An Olympic Diary - St Fort dewals with injury An Olympic Diary - St Fort dewals with injury
  15 Jun

Borel settles for Switzerland silver

T&T's Cleopatra Borel came good again yesterday, to earn second spot in the Women's shot put at the Spitzen meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland, with a second-round effort of 18.43 metres at the Allmend Stadium. See article …
Borel settles for Switzerland silver Borel settles for Switzerland silver
  15 Jun

St Fort, Hislop notch World Junior standards

Khalifa St Fort and Akani Hislop lead a list of seven local athletes attaining the qualifying standards for this year's World Junior Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland from July 19-26. See article …
St Fort, Hislop notch World Junior standards St Fort, Hislop notch World Junior standards
  14 Jun

Akili, Serville steal Tobago spotlight

Anya Akili and Rae-Anne Serville emerged the most decorated athletes from last weekend's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) National Asscoaition of Athletic Adminstrations (NAAA) National Junior Championships held at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago. See article …
Akili, Serville steal Tobago spotlight Akili, Serville steal Tobago spotlight
  14 Jun

Refurbished track to be tested at NAAA Champs

IMPROVED PERFORMANCES are expected from the national athletes at the NAAA (National Association of Athletic Administrations) NGC/Sagicor National Open Championships from June 24-26, as a refurbished track at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo will be utilised at the Olympic qualifying meet. See article …
Refurbished track to be tested at NAAA Champs
  14 Jun

Borel earns Swiss silver

Cleopatra Borel continued her Olympic preparations with another solid showing in Europe, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago field athlete threw 18.43 metres to earn silver in the women's shot put, at the Spitzen Leichtathletik meet in Lucerne, Switzerland. See article …
Borel earns Swiss silver
  14 Jun

Akili, Serville shine at Junior Champs

ANYA AKILI and Rae-Anne Serville were among the standout athletes at the THA/NGC/NAAA Junior Track and Field Championships, which was held at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago, on Saturday and Sunday. See article …
Akili, Serville shine at Junior Champs
  13 Jun

Cedenio speeds to gold at Racers Grand Prix

FOR MER WOR LD Junior champion Machel Cedenio re-affirmed his credentials as Trinidad and Tobago's leading quarter-miler when he won the Men's 400-metre gold at the inaugural Racers Grand Prix held at the National Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday evening. See article …
Cedenio speeds to gold at Racers Grand Prix Cedenio speeds to gold at Racers Grand Prix
  12 Jun

Serville sizzles - St Fort withdraws after 100 heats at Junior Champs

Khalifa St Fort put on a show on the opening day of the NAAA NGC/THA National Junior Track and Field Championships, at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, here in Bacolet, Tobago, yesterday. But the spectators that attended only the second session missed out. See article …
Serville sizzles - St Fort withdraws after 100 heats at Junior Champs Serville sizzles - St Fort withdraws after 100 heats at Junior Champs
  12 Jun

St Fort passes up on sprint semis

Sprinter Khalifa St Fort clocked the fastest time in women's Under-20 100 metres dash in the preliminary round but later opted out of the event on day one of the National Association Athletic Administrations' (NAAA) National Junior Championships, yesterday. See article …
St Fort passes up on sprint semis St Fort passes up on sprint semis
  12 Jun

Bolt recovers from bad start

Usain Bolt recovered from a stumbling start to beat rivals Asafa Powell and Yohan Blake in the 100 metres at the inaugural Racers Grand Prix here Saturday night. See article …
Bolt recovers from bad start Bolt recovers from bad start
  12 Jun

Hislop lands sprint double

Akanni Hislop underlined his class with a superb victory in the NAAA NGC/THA National Junior Track and Field Championship boys' under-20 200 metres final, at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, here in Bacolet, Tobago, yesterday See article …
Hislop lands sprint double
  12 Jun

CEDENIO SCORCHER - Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler wins in Jamaica in 44.37

`Machel Cedenio produced a scorcher at the Racers Grand Prix, in Jamaica, on Saturday night, the 20-year-old quartermiler stopping the clock at 44.37 seconds for gold in the men's 400 metres event. See article …
CEDENIO SCORCHER - Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler wins in Jamaica in 44.37
  11 Jun

Cedenio, Ahye to compete at Racers Grand Prix

TRINIDAD AND Tobago's leading athletes and Rio Olympics' hopefuls Machel Cedenio, Michelle-Lee Ahye, KellyAnn Baptiste and Lalonde Gordon are listed to compete at the inaugural Racers Grand Prix at the Jamaica National Stadium today. See article …
Cedenio, Ahye to compete at Racers Grand Prix
  10 Jun

St Fort on show at Junior Champs

Khalifa St Fort will be on show at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago, this weekend. The US-based sprinter is among the athletes listed to compete at the NAAA NGC/THA National Junior Track and Field Championships. See article …
St Fort on show at Junior Champs St Fort on show at Junior Champs
  10 Jun

Walcott third in Norway

Trinidadian Keshorn Walcott, the reigning Olympic champion in the javelin, finished third with a throw of 86.35 at the Bislett Games in Oslo, Norway, yesterday. See article …
Walcott third in Norway
  09 Jun

McPherson wins 400 - Jamaican gets only Caribbean gold in Oslo

Quarter-miler Stephenie-Ann McPherson won her first Diamond League race of the year, but fellow Jamaican Elaine Thompson missed out in her quest for the 200 metres, at the Bislett Games in Norway, yesterday. See article …
McPherson wins 400 - Jamaican gets only Caribbean gold in Oslo McPherson wins 400 - Jamaican gets only Caribbean gold in Oslo
  09 Jun

An Olympic Diary Jehue Laments 'Grand' Crash

Jehue Gordon is in Europe, getting in a couple races ahead of the June 24-26 NAAA NGC/Sagicor National Open Championships. In today's "Olympic Diary" instalment, the 2013 men's 400 metres hurdles world champion looks back at the Grand Games crash. See article …
An Olympic Diary Jehue Laments 'Grand' Crash An Olympic Diary Jehue Laments 'Grand' Crash
  09 Jun

WALCOTT WARNING - Big Bislett throw for Olympic champ

Keshorn Walcott issued an Olympic warning at the Bislett Games IAAF Diamond League meet in Oslo, Norway, yesterday, producing the third best throw of his career to secure bronze in a strong men's javelin field. See article …
WALCOTT WARNING - Big Bislett throw for Olympic champ WALCOTT WARNING - Big Bislett throw for Olympic champ
  09 Jun

Carter’s ‘B’ sample confirmed positive

Jamaican Olympic relay gold medallist Nesta Carter's "B" sample for the use of a banned stimulant at the 2008 Beijing Games has returned positive, two sources familiar with the case told Reuters yesterday. See article …
Carter’s ‘B’ sample confirmed positive Carter’s ‘B’ sample confirmed positive
  08 Jun

Walcott chases Norway gold

T&T's Keshorn Walcott heads back into action tomorrow when he challenges eight worthy opponents in the seventh meeting of the IAAF Diamond League in Oslo, Norway. See article …
Walcott chases Norway gold Walcott chases Norway gold
  08 Jun

Gordon on top

Lalonde Gordon outclassed his rivals at the Jim Bush Track & Field Championships in California, USA, on Saturday. The double Olympic bronze medallist stopped the clock at a season's best 45.09 seconds to strike gold in the men's 400 metres event. See article …
Gordon on top Gordon on top
  08 Jun

Cougars take 6th Juvenile title

Champion Juvenile Club Cougars Track and Field overcame a spirited challenge from arch-rivals Memphis Pioneers to register their sixth consecutive victory at the NAAA Juvenile Championships which was held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium over the weekend. See article …
Cougars take 6th Juvenile title
  07 Jun

McKay claims six gold at Juvenile Champs

AKEEM McKay, of Memphis Pioneers, claimed a total of six gold medals at the National Gas Company (NGC)-sponsored NAAA (National Association of Athletics Administrations) Juvenile Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
McKay claims six gold at Juvenile Champs
  07 Jun

Cougars dominate NAAA juvenile meet

Records tumbled at the National Gas Company (NGC) National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Juvenile Championships, which took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo over the weekend. See article …
Cougars dominate NAAA juvenile meet
  07 Jun

Relay men to get 2012 silver this month

Trinidad and Tobago's 4x100m relay men are expected to receive their 2012 Olympic silver medals at the end of this month. So says Brian Lewis, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTO C), who revealed that the medals are already on local soil and will soon be presented to recipients Richard 'Torpedo' Thompson, Keston Bledman, Emmanuel Callender and Marc Burns. See article …
Relay men to get 2012 silver this month
  06 Jun

Walcott golden in Portugal - Thompson 2nd to Gatlin in ‘water’ race

Keshorn Walcott struck gold at the Meeting Maia Cidade de Desporto, in Portugal, on Saturday, the reigning Olympic men's javelin champion landing the spear 83.75 metres to lead a one-two finish for Trinidad and Tobago. See article …
Walcott golden in Portugal - Thompson 2nd to Gatlin in ‘water’ race Walcott golden in Portugal - Thompson 2nd to Gatlin in ‘water’ race
  06 Jun

Borel takes Diamond League bronze

National field athlete, Cleopatra Borel threw a season's best distance of 18.78m to secure bronze at the 2016 IAAF Diamond League meet which launched off in Birmingham, England, yesterday.See article …
Borel takes Diamond League bronze
  05 Jun

Another record for Akeem Stewart

National para-athlete Akeem Stewart is now the proud holder of three world (Para) records. The powerfully-built Tobagonian added his latest while competing at the Jamaica All Comers meet on Saturday evening in the shot put event. See article …
Another record for Akeem Stewart Another record for Akeem Stewart
  05 Jun

McKay, Williams share golden spotlight

Shakeem Mc Kay and Destiny Williams closed out day one as the top athletes of the National Gas Company (NGC) National Association Athletic Administrations (NAAA) Juvenile Games that took over the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, nabbing three gold medals each, yesterday. See article …
Mc Kay, Williams share golden spotlight
  04 Jun

McKay rules at Juvenile Champs

Shakeem McKay picked up from where he left off on Saturday afternoon, winning two individual titles and anchoring Memphis Pioneers to another relay gold on the second and final day of the NGC/NAAA National Juvenile Track and Field Championships... See article …
McKay rules at Juvenile Champs
  03 Jun

MORE GOLD? Possible Beijing sprint relay upgrade for T&T

The Trinidad and Tobago's men's 4x100 metres relay team that captured silver at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, could have their medal upgraded to gold following a report that a retested 'A' sample of a member of Jamaica's gold medal squad has come back positive. See article …
MORE GOLD? Possible Beijing sprint relay upgrade for T&T MORE GOLD? Possible Beijing sprint relay upgrade for T&T
  03 Jun

Curtain comes down on CariFin Games tomorrow

The 25th edition of the CariFin Games for employees in the financial sector will climax with a cross country event tomorrow at the Sevilla Golf Course in Couva. See article …
Curtain comes down on CariFin Games tomorrow Curtain comes down on CariFin Games tomorrow
  02 Jun

Borel 4th at Golden Gala

Cleopatra Borel finished fourth in the women's shot put at the Golden Gala IAAF Diamond League meet, in Rome, Italy, yesterday. Competing in her 2016 outdoor opener, the Trinidad and Tobago field athlete threw the iron ball 18.36 metres. See article …
Borel 4th at Golden Gala Borel 4th at Golden Gala
  01 Jun

An Olympic Diary Walcott Reflects on Prefontaine Woes

Keshorn Walcott got his first taste of competition this season at last weekend's Prefontaine Classic IAAF Diamond League meet, in Oregon, USA. See article …
An Olympic Diary Walcott Reflects on Prefontaine Woes An Olympic Diary Walcott Reflects on Prefontaine Woes
  01 Jun

Cedenio settles for 4th place at Prefontaine meet

T&T's Machel Cedenio had to settle for fourth place in the Men's 400 metres at the 42nd Prefontaine Classic at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA, yesterday. The Classic is a member of the IAAF Diamond League of elite international track and field meets. See article …
Cedenio settles for 4th place at Prefontaine meet
  01 Jun

Thomas leads T&T charge in Barbados

Joyce Thomas led the way as the Trinidad and Tobago track and field team captured ten gold medals and one silver medal at the 15th National Senior Games in Barbados, recently. See article …
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