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  30 Nov

T&T athlete Akili excels in academics too

Anya Akili of Bishops' High School Tobago showed her all-round ability after she finished second in this year's CXC's examinations in the Physical Education and Sport discipline. See article …
T&T athlete Akili excels in academics too T&T athlete Akili excels in academics too
  30 Nov

Toco’s Antoine, Barker win schools 5K race

Antoine captured the girls' title for the second straight year in a time of 19 minutes and 57 seconds (19:57) while Barker secured the boys' version for the first time in 16:34, improving from his second place finish last year. See article …
Toco’s Antoine, Barker win schools 5K race Toco’s Antoine, Barker win schools 5K race
  29 Nov

Athletics coaches develop a Training Plan

With the aim of expanding the knowledge base of Trinidad and Tobago's track and field coaches, the professionals of Elite Development and Performance Unit (EDPU) of the Sports Company recently conducted a specialty workshop on developing a Training Plan. See article …
Athletics coaches develop a Training Plan
  28 Nov

Keshorn’s coach conducts workshop

About 20 local track and field coaches benefitted recently from a workshop conducted by the professionals of Elite Development & Performance Unit (EDPU) of the Sports Company (SPORTT) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. See article …
Keshorn’s coach conducts workshop Keshorn’s coach conducts workshop
  27 Nov

Serrette re-elected as NAAA president

EPHRAIM SERRETTE will run track and field in this country for the next four years as he was re-elected for his third term as president of the National Association of Athletic Administrations (NAAA) at the Association's elections, yesterday. See article …
Serrette re-elected as NAAA president
  26 Nov

Serrette whips Voisin 65-32 as he returns as NAAAs president

President of the National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA) Ephraim Serrette has earned his first four-year term at the helm of the athletics in T&T. See article …
Serrette whips Voisin 65-32 Serrette whips Voisin 65-32
  26 Nov

Serrette stays - Remains athletics head after NAAA election

Ephraim Serrette was returned as president of the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) for the next four years at the organisation's AGM yesterday. See article …
Serrette stays - Remains athletics head after NAAA election Serrette stays - Remains athletics head after NAAA election
  26 Nov

Voisin challenges Serrette for NAAA leadership today

It will be determined today who will run the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) for the next four years. See article …
Voisin challenges Serrette for NAAA leadership today Voisin challenges Serrette for NAAA leadership today
  24 Nov

Stadium warm up track reopens

Sports Minister Darryl Smith will commission the newly refurbished warm-up track at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain at a ceremony on Thursday (Nov 24) at 3.30 p.m. See article …
Stadium warm up track reopens Stadium warm up track reopens
  24 Nov

SERRETTE vs VOISIN - Former athletes clash for NAAA presidency

Ephraim Serrette made his name in the sprints in the 1970s and 80s. For Paul Voisin, glory came in the distance events, the highpoint of his career being victory in the 1990 T&T Marathon.See article …
SERRETTE vs VOISIN - Former athletes clash for NAAA presidency SERRETTE vs VOISIN - Former athletes clash for NAAA presidency
  23 Nov

Serrette seeks third term as NAAA boss

Ephraim Serrette, who has steered the National Association of Athletics Administraions (NAAA) through the past eight years, said yesterday that he will be seeking a third term as president at the sport's annual general meeting (AGM) and elections of officers scheduled for Saturday. See article …
Serrette seeks third term as NAAA boss Serrette seeks third term as NAAA boss
  18 Nov

CASJA awards for Bolt, Thompson

Usain Bolt is the Caribbean Sports Journalists Association (CASJA) Sportsman of the Year. The Jamaican sprint legend's three gold medals at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, earned him a clear victory. See article …
CASJA awards for Bolt, Thompson CASJA awards for Bolt, Thompson
  17 Nov

Bolt, Thompson claim NACAC honours - Junior awards for Lyles, McLaughlin

Usain Bolt and his fellow Jamaican Elaine Thompson have been named North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) Athletes of the Year. See article …
Bolt, Thompson claim NACAC honours - Junior awards for Lyles, McLaughlin Bolt, Thompson claim NACAC honours - Junior awards for Lyles, McLaughlin
  17 Nov

Marathon Village returns for 35th edition of race

The 35th edition of the TT International Marathon will come off on the weekend of January 28 and 29, 2017. And to celebrate this 35-year milestone, the Marathon Village will be revived with cultural entertainment to bring back the euphoria that was once known and connected with the national event. See article …
Marathon Village returns for 35th edition of race
  16 Nov

Jehue thankful for house - Currently undergoing

Top local 400 metres hurdler Jehue Gordon is grateful to finally receive the keys to his new HDC Belvedere, Maracas, St Joseph home. See article …
Jehue thankful for house - Currently undergoing Jehue thankful for house - Currently undergoing
  15 Nov

T&T athletes off to US on track scholarships

Xavier Mulugata of Fatima College joins a list of T&T athletes who received athletic scholarships to US universities. Mulugata will begin his studies at Louisiana State University (LSU) in January. See article …
T&T athletes off to US on track scholarships T&T athletes off to US on track scholarships
  15 Nov

Jehue gets his house keys to Maracas Valley residence handed over

Track and Field Athlete Jehue Gordon was presented with the keys to his new home on Tuesday, three years after it was promised by the Peoples Partnership Government. See article …
Jehue gets his house keys to Maracas Valley residence handed over Jehue gets his house keys to Maracas Valley residence handed over
  14 Nov

Gordon collects keys to new HDC home

TRINIDAD and Tobago 400-metre hurdler Jehue Gordon is optimistic that the future is bright after ending what had been a disappointing 2016 with an early Christmas present. Gordon, the 2013 World champion in his pet event, was in a jubilant mood yesterday after receiving the keys to his new HDC home located in Maracas, St Joseph. See article …
Gordon collects keys to new HDC home
  13 Nov

Secondary Schools 5k to run off November 20

ArticleTeTHE 2016 edition of the Ministry of Education/SportsMax Secondary Schools 5K run will be held at the Marabella South Secondary School on November 20 from 2 pm. See article …
Secondary Schools 5k to run off November 20
  07 Nov

STOP ATHLETE ABUSE - Masters champ Mark-Baird takes stand

Six-time World Masters Track and Field Championship gold medallist, Marsha Mark-Baird has lashed out against sports officials here in Trinidad and Tobago for what she describes as athlete abuse. See article …
STOP ATHLETE ABUSE - Masters champ Mark-Baird takes stand STOP ATHLETE ABUSE - Masters champ Mark-Baird takes stand
  06 Nov

RESPECT THE MASTERS - Mark-Baird guides T&T to 34th on medal table

Led by triple gold medallist Marsha Mark-Baird, Trinidad and Tobago finished 34th on the medal table at the 2016 World Masters Track and Field Championships, in Perth, Australia. See article …
RESPECT THE MASTERS - Mark-Baird guides T&T to 34th on medal table RESPECT THE MASTERS - Mark-Baird guides T&T to 34th on medal table
  04 Nov

Mark-Baird hurdles to World Masters silver

Marsha Mark-Baird added to her 2016 World Masters Track and Field Championship medal collection with silver in the women's 40-44 80 metres hurdles, in Perth, Australia, yesterday. See article …
Mark-Baird hurdles to World Masters silver Mark-Baird hurdles to World Masters silver
  03 Nov

Rogers, Pulcan, Gibbs, Mc Intyre claim Schools’ Cross honours

Joanna Rogers of St Francois Girls, Point Fortin West Secondary's Matthew Pulcan, Daniel Gibbs (East Mucurapo Secondary) and Kershell Mc Intyre (St James Secondary) were winners at the annual National Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships and Health Fair at the Queen's Park Savannah on October 16. See article …
Rogers, Pulcan, Gibbs, Mc Intyre claim Schools’ Cross honours Rogers, Pulcan, Gibbs, Mc Intyre claim Schools’ Cross honours
  03 Nov

Shot put silver medal for George at World Masters

Veteran field athlete and former national standout Geraldine George secured silver in the women's 40-44 shot put final on the seventh day of action of the World Masters (Over 35) Outdoor Track and Field Championships yesterday in Perth, Australia. See article …
Shot put silver medal for George at World Masters Shot put silver medal for George at World Masters
  02 Nov

Another medal for George - Secures shot put silver at World Masters

Trinidad and Tobago's Geraldine George threw the iron ball 11.31 metres in Perth, Australia, yesterday, to secure her third podium finish at the 2016 World Masters Track and Field Championships. George captured silver in the women's 40-44 shot put, adding to her javelin silver and discus bronze. See article …
Another medal for George - Secures shot put silver at World Masters Another medal for George - Secures shot put silver at World Masters
  02 Nov

Nero, Johnson win first leg of NAAA Cross-Country

Tonya Nero of Athletics Central and T&T Road Runners Club's Kelvin Johnson were among the winners at the first leg of the National Association of Athletic Administration of T&T (NAAATT) Cross-Country Series at the Queen's Park Savannah on Sunday. See article …
Nero, Johnson win first leg of NAAA Cross-Country Nero, Johnson win first leg of NAAA Cross-Country
  01 Nov

George snatches World Masters discus bronze

Geraldine George added World Masters Track and Field Championship women's 40-44 discus bronze to her javelin silver, in Perth, Australia, yesterday. See article …
George snatches World Masters discus bronze George snatches World Masters discus bronze
  01 Nov

Nero, Johnson win QPS cross country

ArtiTrinidad and Tobago's Tonya Nero and Guyana's Kelvin Johnson were in winners' row at the first leg of the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) cross country series, at the Queen's Park Savannah (QPS) in Port of Spain, on Sunday. See article …
Nero, Johnson win QPS cross country Nero, Johnson win QPS cross country
         
         
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