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  29 Mar

Callender wins in Jamaica

Emmanuel Callender was among the winners at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Track and Field Invitational in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday. See article …
Callender wins in Jamaica Callender wins in Jamaica
  29 Mar

Mayaro youths shine at primary school games

Mickel Grant, Javon Jones and Natasha Carter were among the outstanding performers when the 2017 bpTT Mayaro Primary Schools Zonal Athletic Games were held recently at the Mayaro Secondary School Grounds. See article …
Mayaro youths shine at primary school games Mayaro youths shine at primary school games
  29 Mar

TT Carifta coach expects improved showing

HEAD coach of the 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Carifta team, Ian Carter, says his team is passionate and focused leading up to the 46th Carifta Games which takes off in Curacao from April 15 to 17. See article …
TT Carifta coach expects improved showing
  28 Mar

St Fort, Horsford lead TT 2017 Carifta team

TYRIQ Horsford and Khalifa St Fort will lead a team of 51 Trinidad and Tobago athletes to the 46th Carifta Games in Curacao from April 15 to 17. Horsford and St Fort both won gold medals at the games last year and would be hoping to repeat those efforts. See article …
St Fort, Horsford lead TT 2017 Carifta team
  27 Mar

Parris gets golden track double

Jeminise Parris' Collegiate athletic career continues to thrive in the United States of America, as the T&T hurdler struck gold twice at the Puma Outdoor Invitational/Distance in the Dark meet at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, on the weekend. See article …
Parris gets golden track double Parris gets golden track double
  27 Mar

St Fort, Horsford in Carifta 51

Khalifa St Fort heads a team of 51 athletes selected to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the April 15-17 Carifta Games in Curacao. See article …
St Fort, Horsford in Carifta 51 St Fort, Horsford in Carifta 51
  27 Mar

Why Ahye, Walcott were absent—Part II

On Wednesday, the first part of this two part series was published, Here's Part II. On Friday 17th March, The First Citizens Sports Foundations, announced five winners in various categories. Sportsman of the Year—Keshorn Walcott; Sportswoman of the Year—Michelle Lee-Ahy … See article …
Why Ahye, Walcott were absent—Part II Why Ahye, Walcott were absent—Part II
  23 Mar

Smith advances to World Masters 200m final

Raymond Smith of ZC Athletics will vie for gold in the men's 55-59 200 metres final on the fifth day of the World Masters (Over 35) Track and Field Championships currently taking place in Daegu, South Korea. See article …
Smith advances to World Masters 200m final Smith advances to World Masters 200m final
  22 Mar

Lewis, Roberts golden - Parris lands Arizona hurdles double

Coppin State University students, Aaron Lewis and Khemani Roberts struck gold at the Maryland Invitational outdoor meet, in the United States, on the weekend. See article …
Lewis, Roberts golden - Parris lands Arizona hurdles double Lewis, Roberts golden - Parris lands Arizona hurdles double
  20 Mar

Big throws for Murray, Horsford - Trinidad and Tobago athletes shine at Barbados Dual Meet

Talena Murray produced a big throw at the Barbados vs Trinidad and Tobago Dual Meet at the National Stadium in Barbados, on Saturday. See article …
Big throws for Murray, Horsford - Trinidad and Tobago athletes shine at Barbados Dual Meet Big throws for Murray, Horsford - Trinidad and Tobago athletes shine at Barbados Dual Meet
  20 Mar

Prime, Smith into ‘Masters’ 60m finals

Defending champion Martin Prime (ZC Athletics) remains on course to successfully defend his 60m crown after he advanced to the final in the men's 50-54 category at this year's World Masters (Over 35) Indoor Track and Field Championships. See article …
Prime, Smith into ‘Masters’ 60m finals Prime, Smith into ‘Masters’ 60m finals
  19 Mar

Michelle-Lee, Keshorn take top awards

Racquel Ahye, mother of 2016 First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year Michelle-Lee Ahye, was filled with emotion, speaking after the one hour-and-a-half-long show at Queen's Hall Friday night. See article …
Michelle-Lee, Keshorn take top awards Michelle-Lee, Keshorn take top awards
  19 Mar

Walcott, Ahye named 2016 Sportsman, Sportswoman of Year

OLYMPIC duo Keshorn Walcott and Michelle-Lee Ahye won the Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year accolades at the First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards 2016 at Queen's Hall, St Ann's, on Friday night. See article …
Walcott, Ahye named 2016 Sportsman, Sportswoman of Year
  18 Mar

Champs Bishops take Day 1 honours

Reigning champions Bishops High begin its quest to regain the overall title by leading the standings at the end of the first day of action at the 2017 Tobago Zonal Secondary Schools Athletic Championships at the Dwight Yorke, Stadium, Bacolet, Tobago. See article …
Champs Bishops take Day 1 honours Champs Bishops take Day 1 honours
  18 Mar

Ahye, Walcott bag First Citizens awards

Track and Field athletes, Michelle-Lee Ahye and Keshorn Walcott copped the 2016 First Citizens Sports Foundation "Sportwoman of the Year" and "Sportsman of the Year" awards at the annual national awards function which took place at Queen's Hall, St Ann's, on Friday night. See article …
Ahye, Walcott bag First Citizens awards Ahye, Walcott bag First Citizens awards
  16 Mar

Raising the bar - Deandra Daniel aims to take T&T higher

Deandra Daniel wants to become the face of Trinidad and Tobago athletics. See article …
Raising the bar - Deandra Daniel aims to take T&T higher Raising the bar - Deandra Daniel aims to take T&T higher
  16 Mar

Sprinter Ahye eyes maiden Sports award

Track and Field athletes, Michelle-Lee Ahye, Keshorn Walcott and Wilmana Akeem Stewart are the major contenders for the First Citizens Sports Foundation 2016 "Sportwoman of the Year" and "Sportsman of the Year" award to be presented 8 pm tonight at its annual national awards function at Queen's Hall, St Ann's. See article …
Sprinter Ahye eyes maiden Sports award Sprinter Ahye eyes maiden Sports award
  16 Mar

Olympic stars favoured

TRACK and field athletes Michelle-Lee Ahye and Keshorn Walcott are the favourites among 58 nominees to capture the Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year titles respectively when the First Citizens Sports Foundation hosts its 2016 Sport Awards tonight. See article …
Olympic stars favoured Olympic stars favoured
  16 Mar

TT athletes get Guardian Group support

Ayesha Boucaud- Claxton, Group Corporate Communications Manager, Guardian Group, has lauded the long term partnership with the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) as crucial for the future of sport locally. See article …
TT athletes get Guardian Group support
  15 Mar

TT sprint queen setting sights on World Championships

TRINIDAD AND Tobago sprint queen Michelle-Lee Ahye is setting her sights on the IAAF World Championships this year, which is set to take in London, England from August 4-13. See article …
TT sprint queen setting sights on World Championships
  15 Mar

Guardian Group continues support towards TTOC Athlete Fund

GUARDIAN GRO UP once again re-affirmed its long-standing partnership and commitment to the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee's (TTO C) Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund. This programme offers financial assistance and professional support to the Trinidad and Tobago athletes in their preparation for Olympics as well as for life after sport. See article …
Guardian Group continues support towards TTOC Athlete Fund
  13 Mar

Callender, Badal shine

Emmanuel Callender produced a solid run to bag bronze in the men's 100 metres dash at the GC Foster Classic in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday. See article …
Callender, Badal shine Callender, Badal shine
  13 Mar

St Fort, Smith, Elcock secure sprint double at Carifta Trials

World Junior 100m bronze medallist Khalifa St Fort, Avindale Smith, Jerod Elcock and Tyriq Horsford lead a list of 40 local athletes that attained the Carifta standards set by the National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA) for the Carifta Games set for Willamsted, Curacao, from April 15-17. See article …
St Fort, Smith, Elcock secure sprint double at Carifta Trials St Fort, Smith, Elcock secure sprint double at Carifta Trials
  13 Mar

Richards grateful for NCAA silver, T&T record

Jereem Richards was a grateful man following his record-breaking run at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships in Texas, USA, late on Saturday. See article …
Richards grateful for NCAA silver, T&T record Richards grateful for NCAA silver, T&T record
  13 Mar

Horsford, St Fort lead day 2 Carifta qualifiers

Reigning Under-18 javelin champion Tyriq Horsford yesterday booked his spot to the Carifta Games carded for Curacao over the Easter weekend (April 15-17), joining defending Girls 100m winner, Khalifa St Fort. See article …
Horsford, St Fort lead day 2 Carifta qualifiers Horsford, St Fort lead day 2 Carifta qualifiers
  13 Mar

Horsford throws big - Smith sizzler at Carifta trials

showed up at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday to a throwing treat, the 17-year-old Tobago athlete landing the spear 70.94 metres for the easiest of victories on day two of the Carifta trials. See article …
Horsford throws big - Smith sizzler at Carifta trials Horsford throws big - Smith sizzler at Carifta trials
  13 Mar

Khalifa does sprint double at Carifta trials

Khalifa St Fort, the First Citizens 2016 Top Youth, completed the sprint double yesterday as Carifta trials ended at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. See article …
Khalifa does sprint double at Carifta trials
  11 Mar

Richards breaks Boldon's record

Jereem Richards established a new Trinidad and Tobago record at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships, in Texas, USA, late yesterday. See article …
Richards breaks Boldon's record Richards breaks Boldon's record
  11 Mar

St Fort to defend 100m at Carifta

Sprinter Khalifa St Fort will attempt to defend her gold medal at this year's Carifta Games in Curacao over the Easter weekend after cruising past the finish line in the final of the Girls Under-20 100 metres ... See article …
St Fort to defend 100m at Carifta St Fort to defend 100m at Carifta
  11 Mar

Trio named Atlantic Youth Champs

THEO Crovador, Matthew Wortman and Shanique Bascombe won the Youth Champion awards when the third annual Atlantic Youth Excellence in Sports Awards were held at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre, Hilton Hotel, Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Trio named Atlantic Youth Champs
  11 Mar

St Fort shines at Carifta trials

Khalifa St Fort, Jacob St Clair and Rae-Anne Serville were among the standouts on the opening day of the Carifta trials, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. A total of 25 athletes achieved qualifying standards. See article …
St Fort shines at Carifta trials St Fort shines at Carifta trials
  11 Mar

11 Olympians among First Citizens Sports Awards nominees

A TOTAL of 11 persons who competed at both the Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil last August are among the field of 58 male and female nominees for the First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2016. See article …
11 Olympians among First Citizens Sports Awards nominees
  09 Mar

Diamond Vale dominate Nancoo West Games

The pupils of Diamond Vale Government Primary School yesterday showed their new principal, David Weekes and the first principal of the institution Yvonne Pinder, that the legacy of excellence in sport and education has been maintained ... See article …
Diamond Vale dominate Nancoo West Games Diamond Vale dominate Nancoo West Games
  09 Mar

Diamond Vale sparkle at Kelvin Nancoo West Games

The students of Diamond Vale Government Primary School yesterday showed their new Principal David Weekes and the first Principal of the institution Yvonne Pinder, that the legacy of excellence in sport and education has been maintained ... See article …
Diamond Vale sparkle at Kelvin Nancoo West Games Diamond Vale sparkle at Kelvin Nancoo West Games
  09 Mar

St Fort bids for Carifta spot

Khalifa St Fort will be at the Hasely Crawford Stadium this weekend, bidding for a spot on Trinidad and Tobago's 2017 Carifta Games team. The Florida-based sprinter is the reigning Carifta Games Girls Under-20 100 metres champion, and is expected to defend her title at the April 15-17 regional junior championships in Curacao. See article …
St Fort bids for Carifta spot St Fort bids for Carifta spot
  08 Mar

Diamond Vale triumph at Kelvin Nancoo Games

DIAMOND VALE Government, Carenage Girls Government and Dunross Preparatory were the champion schools when the Kelvin Nancoo West Games took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
Diamond Vale triumph at Kelvin Nancoo Games Diamond Vale triumph at Kelvin Nancoo Games
  07 Mar

Kelvin Nancoo West Games takes off today

An intense battle for honours is anticipated at this year's 30th edition of what is now called the Kelvin Nancoo West Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo today. See article …
Kelvin Nancoo West Games takes off today
  05 Mar

Roberts bags ECAC silver; IC4A bronze for Lewis

Khemani Roberts seized silver at the Eastern College Athletic Conference/IC4A Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston, USA, on Friday. The Coppin State University student accumulated 3,695 points for second spot in the women's pentathlon. See article …
Roberts bags ECAC silver; IC4A bronze for Lewis Roberts bags ECAC silver; IC4A bronze for Lewis
  04 Mar

Shooting, cycling, athletics at 2017 Southern Games

ArticleThe highly anticipated 53rd edition of the Southern Games was officially launched on Thursday evening at the Petrotrin Sports Club at Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre. Despite the downturn in the economy and its significant impact on sponsorship for the event compared to previous years, organisers are optimistic the annual Games will be a success again. See article …
Shooting, cycling, athletics at 2017 Southern Games
  04 Mar

Nero 12th at NACAC Champs

Tonya Nero emerged as the top Trinidad and Tobago athlete at the 2017 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) Cross Country Championships in Boca Raton, Florida, USA, yesterday. See article …
Nero 12th at NACAC Champs Nero 12th at NACAC Champs
  04 Mar

Denoon and Warren golden at NJCAA Indoor Champs

Trinidad and Tobago athletes, Zakiya Denoon and Portious Warren have retained their National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Indoor Track and Field Championship titles, in Kansas, USA. See article …
Denoon and Warren golden at NJCAA Indoor Champs Denoon and Warren golden at NJCAA Indoor Champs
  04 Mar

MILO Games renamed as Kelvin Nancoo West Games

IN RECOGNITION for his role in creating and investing in the annual primary schools athletics event, the annual MILO Games has been renamed as the Kelvin Nancoo West Games. See article …
MILO Games renamed as Kelvin Nancoo West Games
  03 Mar

Hasely Crawford Stadium back for sporting use

THE HASELY Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, which served as the venue for a number of major events during the Carnival period, is ready for use by the sporting fraternity. See article …
Hasely Crawford Stadium back for sporting use
  01 Mar

Boldon’s 200 record intact

Ato Boldon's national indoor men's 200 metres record is still in the books. Boldon established the 20.35 seconds Trinidad and Tobago standard back in 1997 in Birmingham, England. See article …
Boldon’s 200 record intact Boldon’s 200 record intact
         
         
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