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  28 Feb

Callender grabs gold at Gibson McCook Relays

Emmanuel Callender continued his fine run of form this season with gold at the Gibson McCook Relays, in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday. See article …
Callender grabs gold at Gibson McCook Relays Callender grabs gold at Gibson McCook Relays
  28 Feb

30th Milo Games at Hasely Crawford Stadium March 7

The 30TH Milo Games at Hasely Crawford Stadium March 7th is this year's 30th edition of the Milo School Games and will mark the longest sposorship of a school games in Trinidad and Tobago. See article …
30th Milo Games at Hasely Crawford Stadium March 7
  27 Feb

Clean Russian athetes turn to Rocket Science

A group of Russian track and field athletes want to beat dopers with science and show that their country can win clean. See article …
Clean Russian athetes turn to Rocket Science Clean Russian athetes turn to Rocket Science
  25 Feb

RICHARDS ON FIRE! - grabs SEC 200 gold in 20.34

Jereem Richards was on fire at the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Indoor Track and Field Championships, held at the Vanderbilt Multipurpose Facility in Tennessee, USA, yesterday.See article …
RICHARDS ON FIRE! - grabs SEC 200 gold in 20.34 RICHARDS ON FIRE! - grabs SEC 200 gold in 20.34
  25 Feb

Stephens extradited to Cayman Islands

Ato Modibo Stephens has been extradited from the United States to the Cayman Islands to face allegations of sexual abuse during the time he worked as a coach there. See article …
Stephens extradited to Cayman Islands Stephens extradited to Cayman Islands
  20 Feb

Richards rules T&T jumper lands British title

Che Richards grabbed men's long jump gold at the 2017 British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Indoor Championships, in Sheffield, England, on Sunday. See article …
Richards rules T&T jumper lands British title Richards rules T&T jumper lands British title
  20 Feb

Toco, QRC rule Relay Festival

Toco Secondary retained the Girls overall and the champions school honours while Queen's Royal College won the Boys overall trophy for another year when the Secondary Schools Relay Festival took place last week. See article …
Toco, QRC rule Relay Festival Toco, QRC rule Relay Festival
  19 Feb

Milo Games celebrate 30th Anniversary

This year's Milo Games will celebrate it's 30th Anniversary, making it the longest sponsored School Games in T&T. See article …
Milo Games celebrate 30th Anniversary
  19 Feb

Junior Elite Track and Field Project launched

THE AMBITION of the national governing body for athletics, the National Association of Athletics Administrators (NAAA), to develop a cadre of well-rounded, high performing junior track and field athletes, will become a reality thanks to a strategic partnership with the Elite Development and Performance Unit (EDPU) of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago, and the National Gas Company (NGC). See article …
Junior Elite Track and Field Project launched
  18 Feb

Roberts golden at MEAC Champs - Warren, Denoon win in US too

Khemani Roberts struck gold for Coppin State University at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Indoor Track and Field Championships in Maryland, USA, on Friday. See article …
Roberts golden at MEAC Champs - Warren, Denoon win in US too Roberts golden at MEAC Champs - Warren, Denoon win in US too
  18 Feb

NAAA launches junior elite programme

The National Association of Athletics Administrators (NAAA) will partner with the Elite Development and Performance Unit (EDPU) of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago to launch the junior elite pilot project today from 9 a.m. at the VIP Lounge, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. See article …
NAAA launches junior elite programme
  16 Feb

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Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter has launched an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the ruling that saw his country's 4x100 metres relay team, including Usain Bolt, stripped of their Beijing 2008 Olympic gold medals. See article …
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  16 Feb

Cougars defend Barbados Relay Fair titles

THE Trinidad and Tobago Cougars athletes successfully defended their title at this year's edition of the Barbados Relay Fair. See article …
Cougars defend Barbados Relay Fair titles
  15 Feb

Loving the T&T Marathon - 'Runner’s World’ editor keen to return

Sofia Hedstrom is an editor with the popular Runner's World magazine. The 38-year-old Swede is also a marathon runner, and competes in a few 26.2-mile races each year. Last month, she ran for the very first time in the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM). See article …
Loving the T&T Marathon - 'Runner’s World’ editor keen to return Loving the T&T Marathon - 'Runner’s World’ editor keen to return
  15 Feb

Schools create colourful eventsSchools create colourful event

The Tobago Secondary Schools track and field season is well underway, with six of the eight schools completing their sports day. See article …
Schools create colourful eventsSchools create colourful event Schools create colourful eventsSchools create colourful event
  15 Feb

Huge throw for Horsford - may not be recognised as T&T record

Tyriq Horsford threw further than his Trinidad and Tobago boys' under-18 javelin record at the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Development Meet #8, held at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago, on Sunday. See article …
Huge throw for Horsford - may not be recognised as T&T record Huge throw for Horsford - may not be recognised as T&T record
  14 Feb

Cougars dominate Bajan Relay Fair

Six-time Juvenile champion of T&T, Cougars track and field club, made a triumphant return to Barbados on Saturday when it dominated the Barbados Relay Fair which was staged at the National Stadium in St Michael. See article …
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  14 Feb

Callender 2nd in Jamaica 400m run

T&T's Emmanuel Callender performed impressively on Saturday, to finish second in the men's 400 metres at the Camperdown Classic at the Jamaica National Stadium in Kingston. See article …
Callender 2nd in Jamaica 400m run Callender 2nd in Jamaica 400m run
  13 Feb

Briggs, Lewis excel at North East championships

Akidah Briggs of Toco Secondary and Camille Lewis from Sangre Grande Secondary captured four titles each at the recent North East Secondary Schools Track and Field Zonal Championships. See article …
Briggs, Lewis excel at North East championships Briggs, Lewis excel at North East championships
  13 Feb

Bhola, Joseph record two wins

Darius Joseph (Eastonians), Kekola Bhola (Pt Fortin New Jets) Jendayi Noel (Speed Factory) and Jael Ferguson (Abilene Wildcats) were among several athletes who recorded sprint double at the Sixth NAAA Development Meet at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar on February 5. See article …
Bhola, Joseph record two wins Bhola, Joseph record two wins
  13 Feb

Callender betters 400 personal best

Trinidad and Tobago's Emmanuel Callender was in fine form at the Camperdown Classics outdoor meet, in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday. See article …
Callender betters 400 personal best Callender betters 400 personal best
  13 Feb

Elcock, Frederick and Serville notch Carifta standards

Jerod Elcock (QRC/Abilene Wildcats), Timothy Frederick (Vessigny Sec/Pt Fortin New Jets) and Rae-Ann Serville (St Joseph Convent-PoS/Memphis Pioneers) were the stand out performers at the Sixth NAAA Development Meet at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Malabar, on February 5. See article …
Elcock, Frederick and Serville notch Carifta standards Elcock, Frederick and Serville notch Carifta standards
  12 Feb

Sorrillo clocks 20.49 in Arkansas

Rondel Sorrillo and Alena Brooks produced impressive performances at the Tyson Invitational indoor track and field meet in Arkansas, USA, on the weekend. See article …
Sorrillo clocks 20.49 in Arkansas Sorrillo clocks 20.49 in Arkansas
  11 Feb

Gordon places 5th, Denoon 8th at Millrose Games

T&T's Lalonde Gordon and Zakiya Dennon did not attain the results they had hoped for at the New York Road Runners (NYRR) Millrose Games in New York, USA, yesterday, failing to finish among the top three in their respective races as they had done at their most recent meets. See article …
Gordon places 5th, Denoon 8th at Millrose Games Gordon places 5th, Denoon 8th at Millrose Games
  11 Feb

Man who completed 744 marathons dies at 96

A retired paper company executive from upstate New York, McNelly died Sunday at age 96, according to the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home in the Rochester suburb of Fairport. See article …
Man who completed 744 marathons dies at 96 Man who completed 744 marathons dies at 96
  11 Feb

Russian Olympic champion Savinova stripped of gold, banned

Savinova, who won the 800-meter title at the London Games ahead of Semenya, was also banned for four years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. See article …
Russian Olympic champion Savinova stripped of gold, banned Russian Olympic champion Savinova stripped of gold, banned
  11 Feb

Cougars seek glory in Barbados

The Cougars Track and Field Club will be venturing to Barbados for the International Meet called the Barbados Relay Fair today. See article …
Cougars seek glory in Barbados
  07 Feb

Warren strikes Aztec gold - Parris, Roberts also in winners' row

Portious Warren outclassed her rivals to claim gold in the women's shot put at the Aztec Track & Field Invitational indoor meet in Arizona, USA, on the weekend. The Central Arizona College sophomore threw the iron ball 16.18 metres. See article …
Warren strikes Aztec gold - Parris, Roberts also in winners' row Warren strikes Aztec gold - Parris, Roberts also in winners' row
  07 Feb

The winners blueprint

Pressing matters of national football last week prevented me from getting to Roger Federer and Venus Williams. See article …
The winners blueprint The winners blueprint
  07 Feb

Daniel wants TT athletes taken care of

FORMER NATIONAL track and field ace Alvin Daniel has issued a call for improved relationship between Trinidad and Tobago athletes and the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs. See article …
Daniel wants TT athletes taken care of
  06 Feb

T&T marathon is more than a race

On January 28, the 35th edition of the T&T International Marathon (TTIM) played itself out from 3.30 am and at 5 am at St Mary's Junction, Freeport to the finish line at Whitehall, Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain. See article …
T&T marathon is more than a race T&T marathon is more than a race
  06 Feb

Warren nabs gold, silver in Arizona

T&T's field athlete Portious Warren tossed her way to victory in the women's shot put event and also collected a silver medal in the weight throw event at the Pima Aztec Indoor Invitational held at Pima Community Centre in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday.See article …
Warren nabs gold, silver in Arizona Warren nabs gold, silver in Arizona
  05 Feb

Lalonde breaks CAC 300 record - Scottish Champs double for Richards

Lalonde Gordon broke his own Trinidad and Tobago and Central American and Caribbean (CAC) indoor 300 metres records at the Armory Track Invitational, in New York, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Lalonde breaks CAC 300 record - Scottish Champs double for Richards Lalonde breaks CAC 300 record - Scottish Champs double for Richards
  05 Feb

Lewis elected as chairman of CANOC

BRIAN LEWIS has been unanimously elected as chairman of the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC) in Barranquilla in Colombia yesterday. See article …
Lewis elected as chairman of CANOC
  04 Feb

Sports Ministry defends lack of funding support claims

The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs yesterday used a release to elaborate on its Elite Athlete Assistance Policy (EAAP) which has been the topic of conversation over the past two weeks, particularly among some of T &T's leading track and field athletes. See article …
Sports Ministry defends lack of funding support claims
  04 Feb

Sports Ministry unhappy with athletes’ criticism

THE MINISTRY of Sport and Youth Affairs has responded to the criticism it has been receiving over the past week, concerning national elite athlete funding. See article …
Thompson hits out at new elite athlete process
  02 Feb

Solomon bags bronze in Canada

Jarrin Solomon bagged men's 400 metres bronze at the Knights of Columbus Indoor Games in Saskatchewan, Canada, last Friday.See article …
Solomon bags bronze in Canada Solomon bags bronze in Canada
  01 Feb

Thompson hits out at new elite athlete process

MULTIPLE Olympic medallist Richard Thompson took to Facebook for the second time in a week, this time addressing funding issues for national athletes and claiming the Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Darryl Smith is not addressing the athletes' concerns. See article …
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