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  30 Apr

Bronze for Denoon, Cowie-Clarke at Penn Relays

T&T's Zakiya Denoon bagged a bronze medal in the College Women's 100 metres final at the 123rd Penn Relays Carnival, the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. See article …
Bronze for Denoon, Cowie-Clarke at Penn Relays
  29 Apr

Alexander wins in Virginia

Ayanna Alexander produced a 13.61 metres effort to grab gold in the Virginia Challenge women's triple jump event, in Virginia, USA, last weekend. With that jump, the Trinidad and Tobago athlete moved to 15th on the 2017 world outdoor performance list. See article …
Alexander wins in Virginia Alexander wins in Virginia
  29 Apr

Denoon in Penn Relays sprint final

T&T sprinter Zakiya Denoon yesterday clocked 11.57 seconds to qualify for the College Women's 100 metres final at the 123rd Penn Relays Carnival, the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. See article …
Denoon in Penn Relays sprint final
  26 Apr

Atlantic welcomes Walcott as Sports Ambassador

Olympic gold and bronze-medallist and the Caribbean's most successful javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott can now add Atlantic Sports Ambassador to his repertoire, as he joins the LNG producer's esteemed sports advocate programme alongside fellow Olympians Richard Thompson and Andrew Lewis. See article …
Atlantic welcomes Walcott as Sports Ambassador Atlantic welcomes Walcott as Sports Ambassador
  26 Apr

Keshorn new Atlantic sports ambassador

Olympic gold-medallist and the Caribbean's most successful javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott can now add Atlantic Sports Ambassador to his repertoire, as he joins the LNG producer's esteemed sports advocate programme alongside fellow Olympians Richard Thompson and Andrew Lewis. See article …
Keshorn new Atlantic sports ambassador
  26 Apr

Roberts, Denoon golden in Baltimore

T&T's Khemani Roberts and Zakiya Denoon had golden performances on the weekend dominating their respective events at the Morgan State Legacy Track and Field Meet in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. See article …
Roberts, Denoon golden in Baltimore
  25 Apr

Serrette laments errors at World Relays

Trinidad and Tobago failed to medal for the second time in a row as the IAAF/BTC World Relays ended on Sunday in the Bahamas. See article …
Serrette laments errors at World Relays Serrette laments errors at World Relays
  25 Apr

Keshorn joins Atlantic sports family

Double Olympic gold medallist and the Caribbean's most successful javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott can now add Atlantic Sports Ambassador to his repertoire, as he joins the LNG producer's sports advocate programme alongside fellow Olympians Richard Thompson and Andrew Lewis. See article …
Keshorn joins Atlantic sports family
  24 Apr

T&T 4th in 4x4, 4x2 - 5th on team standings at World Relay

Jereem Richards was brilliant on the second leg for Trinidad and Tobago in the IAAF World Relays men's 4x400 metres final, in Nassau, Bahamas, on Sunday night. See article …
T&T 4th in 4x4, 4x2 - 5th on team standings at World Relay T&T 4th in 4x4, 4x2 - 5th on team standings at World Relay
  24 Apr

Relay teams qualify for World Championships

T&T's 4x400 metres men's team may not have picked up a medal at the IAAF/BTC World Relays in Bahamas but its solid performance earned them qualification to the IAAF World Championships in London in August. See article …
Relay teams qualify for World Championships Relay teams qualify for World Championships
  23 Apr

Sprint relay ‘B’ win

Dan-Neil Telesford stormed from behind to hand Trinidad and Tobago victory in the men's 4x100 metres "B" final, at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas, on Saturday night. See article …
Sprint relay ‘B’ win Sprint relay ‘B’ win
  22 Apr

CARIFTA athletes at TT Secondary Schools meet

FRESH off a successful CARIFTA Games in Curacao last weekend, a number of national junior athletes will showcase their talent live on Sportsmax for the first time when the 2017 Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships take place on April 27 and 28 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo from 10 am each day. See article …
CARIFTA athletes at TT Secondary Schools meet
  22 Apr

St Fort keen to dip below 11 seconds

A determined Khalifa St Fort showed her resilience last week, overcoming a bout of flu to claim the 100-metre and 200m double, in the Girls Under-20 age group, at the Flow-sponsored CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in Willemstad, Curacao. See article …
St Fort keen to dip below 11 seconds
  21 Apr

T&T in medal hunt

Trinidad and Tobago will have the opportunity to earn two medals on day one of the IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas, tonight. But first, the women's 4x200 metres and men's 4x100m teams must successfully negotiate their heats. See article …
T&T in medal hunt T&T in medal hunt
  20 Apr

Fast and windy 100 for Baptiste - Williams clocks 400 best

Kelly-Ann Baptiste was victorious at the NTC/Pure Athletics Spring Invitational in Florida, USA, last Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter topped a women's 100 metres race in a wind-assisted 10.94 seconds. See article …
Fast and windy 100 for Baptiste - Williams clocks 400 best Fast and windy 100 for Baptiste - Williams clocks 400 best
  20 Apr

Keshorn receives Elite funding

Darryl Smith, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, yesterday presented two-time Olympic medallist Keshorn Walcott with the first tranche of his Elite Athlete Assistance Programme (EAAP) cheque valued at $125,000.00. See article …
Keshorn receives Elite funding
  19 Apr

Athletes back on track - Voisin lauds T&T contingent

Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed a satisfying turnaround at the 2017 Flow Carifta Games, earning seven gold medals, five silver and 10 bronze to finish second on the standings, behind Jamaica. See article …
Athletes back on track - Voisin lauds T&T contingent Athletes back on track - Voisin lauds T&T contingent
  19 Apr

St Fort heads T&T world relay team

Khalifa St Fort, Carifta Games double sprint champion, SportWoman of the Year Michelle-Lee Ahye and Olympic double medallist Keston Bledman will lead a 22-member T&T team for this weekend's IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas. See article …
St Fort heads T&T world relay team St Fort heads T&T world relay team
  19 Apr

Lord Coe hails successful Carifta Games - Flow, NACAC partnership benefiting young Caribbean athletes

The partnership between telecoms provider Flow and the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) has been hailed as a triumph for regional athletics.  See article …
Lord Coe hails successful Carifta Games - Flow, NACAC partnership benefiting young Caribbean athletes Lord Coe hails successful Carifta Games - Flow, NACAC partnership benefiting young Caribbean athletes
  19 Apr

Athletes, officials hail team spirit

AN IMPROVED attitude, on and off the track, was listed as a main reason for Trinidad and Tobago's showing at the 46th Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Championships, which ended on Monday evening at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, Willemstad, Curacao. See article …
Athletes, officials hail team spirit
  18 Apr

Emotional St Fort wins sprint double

Trinidad and Tobago picked up two gold medals yesterday to take their final tally to 20 medals (seven gold, five silver, eight bronze) as the CARIFTA Games came to a halt yesterday in Curacao. See article …
Emotional St Fort wins sprint double Emotional St Fort wins sprint double
  17 Apr

HAT-TRICK HORSFORD! - Golden Gittens shines on debut

Tyriq Horsford produced a stunning series of throws at the Ergilio Hato Stadium here in Willemstad, Curacao, yesterday, en route to a hat-trick of Carifta Games boys' under-18 javelin triumphs. See article …
HAT-TRICK HORSFORD! - Golden Gittens shines on debut HAT-TRICK HORSFORD! - Golden Gittens shines on debut
  17 Apr

DOUBLE TROUBLE - St Fort wins 200; 4x4 boys upset Jamaica

Khalifa St Fort was in tears at the end of a battling half-lap performance at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, here in Willemstad, Curacao, yesterday. It was because the Trinidad and Tobago track star had struck gold in the 200 metres final in 23.99 seconds to complete the Girls Under-20 sprint double. See article …
DOUBLE TROUBLE - St Fort wins 200; 4x4 boys upset Jamaica DOUBLE TROUBLE - St Fort wins 200; 4x4 boys upset Jamaica
  17 Apr

Horsford completes golden hat-trick

T&T's Tyriq Horsford accomplished a hat-trick of victories in the Boys Under-18 javelin and he did it in style yesterday in Curacao at the Flow Carifta Games. See article …
Horsford completes golden hat-trick Horsford completes golden hat-trick
  17 Apr

IVE BLOG: 2017 Carifta Games, Curacao

A 49-strong Trinidad and Tobago team will be in the hunt for precious metal at the April 15-17 Carifta Games in Curacao. Khalifa St Fort leads the charge for Team T&T. See article …
IVE BLOG: 2017 Carifta Games, Curacao IVE BLOG: 2017 Carifta Games, Curacao
  17 Apr

Lowering the standard

Khalifa St Fort is on record as stating that she expects to be challenging for the gold medal in the women's 100 metres on the track at the next Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. See article …
Lowering the standard Lowering the standard
  16 Apr

St Fort retains Girls Under-20 100m title

KHALIFA ST FORT retained her girls Under-20 100-metre title as Trinidad and Tobago earned three gold medals yesterday, on the first day of the 46th Flow Carifta Games, at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, Willemstad, Curacao. See article …
St Fort retains Girls Under-20 100m title
  15 Apr

St Fort chases gold, record

Khalifa St Fort wants to make her final Carifta Games a memorable occasion. St Fort is favoured to repeat as girls' under-20 100 metres champion here in Willemstad, Curacao, this evening. But the 19-year-old Trinidad and Tobago sprinter is targeting more than victory. She wants to erase the meet record from the books. See article …
St Fort chases gold, record St Fort chases gold, record
  15 Apr

ST FORT REPEATS - Colthrust, Roach golden too

Khalifa St Fort repeated as Carifta Games Girls Under-20 100 metres champion at the Ergilio Hato Stadium here in Willemstad, Curacao, late yesterday. See article …
ST FORT REPEATS - Colthrust, Roach golden too ST FORT REPEATS - Colthrust, Roach golden too
  15 Apr

St Fort regains sprint title

T&T sprinter Khalifa St Fort struck gold again, clocking 11.56 seconds to win the Girls Under-20 100 metres dash at the Flow Carifta Games which started in Curacao, yesterday. See article …
St Fort regains sprint title St Fort regains sprint title
  15 Apr

Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Champs begins today

THE EXCITEMENT will reach fever-pitch this weekend as the Caribbean's best junior athletes begin their quest for medals at the highly anticipated 2017 Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in the Dutch isle of Curacao. See article …
Flow CARIFTA Track and Field Champs begins today
  13 Apr

ive-gold T&T - Veteran statistician picks St Fort for sprint double

Five gold medals, four silver and nine bronze. That's the prediction for Team Trinidad and Tobago at the 2017 Carifta Games from veteran statistician Rey O'Neal. See article …
ive-gold T&T  - Veteran statistician picks St Fort for sprint double ive-gold T&T  - Veteran statistician picks St Fort for sprint double
  13 Apr

High hopes for T&T athletes

National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) president Ephraim Serrette is anticipating an improved performance from the Trinidad and Tobago team at this weekend's Flow Carifta Games, in Curacao. See article …
High hopes for T&T athletes High hopes for T&T athletes
  12 Apr

Cox sets eyes on Tobago marathon crown

T&T's Curtis Cox will look to dominate a classy field when the Sea to Sea Marathon (26.2 miles) comes off next month in Tobago. Yesterday, the international event was launched at the VIP Lounge at Hasley Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, announcing the continued support of Republic Bank. See article …
Cox sets eyes on Tobago marathon crown Cox sets eyes on Tobago marathon crown
  12 Apr

Golden Walters betters best

Ruebin Walters captured men's 110 metres hurdles gold at the Crimson Tide Invitational in Alabama, USA, on the weekend. The University of Alabama student got to the line in a personal best 13.52 seconds. See article …
Golden Walters betters best Golden Walters betters best
  12 Apr

Lewis, Gilding golden in US

Aaron Lewis emerged victorious in the men's 110 metres hurdles at the Mason Spring Invitational in Virginia, USA, on the weekend. The Coppin State University freshman stopped the clock at 14.31 seconds. See article …
Lewis, Gilding golden in US Lewis, Gilding golden in US
  12 Apr

Roach aiming for CARIFTA shot put gold

TRINIDAD and Tobago's CARIFTA-bound athlete Ianna Roach, says her father as well as national women's shot put athlete Cleopatra Borel serve as an inspiration to her, as she aims for another podium finish at the CARIFTA Games. See article …
Roach aiming for CARIFTA shot put gold
  10 Apr

Charles snares Arkansas sprint double

T&T's Anika Charles ruled the track, completing a sprint double at the Little Rock Open in Arkansas, USA, to lead some outstanding performances from local athletes on the US College track and field circuit. See article …
Charles snares Arkansas sprint double Charles snares Arkansas sprint double
  10 Apr

Durant does Falcon double

Kamaria Durant struck gold in the Falcon Games women's 200 metres event, on Sunday, to complete her second sprint double in as many weekends. The 26-year-old athlete was way ahead of her rivals at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago, winning the half-lap race in 23.81 seconds. See article …
Durant does Falcon double Durant does Falcon double
  10 Apr

Republic dominates ‘Savannah’ run

ArticlREPUBLIC BANK employee Jean-Paul Drakes will be the one to beat in the final two running/walking events of the 26th-annual Carifin Games fitness series, after taking the opening One Lap Savannah Run in Port of Spain last week.eText See article …
Republic dominates ‘Savannah’ run Republic dominates ‘Savannah’ run
  09 Apr

Hackett tops 200 ‘B’ at Grenada Invitationa

Semoy Hackett topped the women's 200 metres "B" race at the Kirani James Stadium in St George's, Grenada, late on Saturday, for the best Trinidad and Tobago performance at the inaugural Grenada Invitational track and field meet. See article …
Hackett tops 200 ‘B’ at Grenada Invitationa Hackett tops 200 ‘B’ at Grenada Invitationa
  08 Apr

Ahye on show in Grenada

Michelle-Lee Ahye heads the Trinidad and Tobago cast for today's Grenada Invitational, at the National Stadium in St George's, Grenada. See article …
Ahye on show in Grenada Ahye on show in Grenada
  08 Apr

St Fort targeting Flow Carifta sprint double

Khalifa St Fort has already tasted Carifta Games glory once and, come next weekend in Curacao, she intends to relive that experience. See article …
St Fort targeting Flow Carifta sprint double St Fort targeting Flow Carifta sprint double
  08 Apr

Athletes shine at Special Olympics National Games

A contingent of over 1000 persons comprising athletes, coaches and volunteers converged at the Hasely Crawford Stadium and environs for the 35th Special Olympics National Games. See article …
Athletes shine at Special Olympics National Games
  06 Apr

ibbean runners populate start lists for new season

MONACO–Top Caribbean athletes have been popping up in the starting lists for meets in the early part of the IAAF Diamond League season. See article …
ibbean runners populate start lists for new season ibbean runners populate start lists for new season
  05 Apr

Telesford tops Bobcat 200

Dan-Neil Telesford was the class of the men's 200 metres field at the Bobcat Invitational in Texas, USA, on the weekend. With a strong 4.3 metres per second following wind at his back, the Trinidad and Tobago sprinter got home in 21.03 seconds for top spot in the half-lap event. See article …
Telesford tops Bobcat 200 Telesford tops Bobcat 200
  04 Apr

Parris, Warren strike ‘Glendale’ gold

Jeminise Parris earned two golds and a silver at the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) Glendale meet in Arizona, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Parris, Warren strike ‘Glendale’ gold Parris, Warren strike ‘Glendale’ gold
  04 Apr

Primary school athletes in action at Rotary Games

PRIMARY school athletes throughout Port of Spain and environs will match strides at the annual Rotary Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo today. See article …
Primary school athletes in action at Rotary Games
  03 Apr

McKnight grabs Texas Relays silver - Personal best for half-miler Brooks

Sparkle McKnight seized silver at the 90th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays in Texas, USA, on the weekend. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete finished second in the women's invitational 400 metres hurdles in 57.24 seconds. Americans Ashley Spencer and Melissa Gonzalez earned gold and bronze, respectively, clocking 56.66 and 58.81. See article …
McKnight grabs Texas Relays silver - Personal best for half-miler Brooks McKnight grabs Texas Relays silver - Personal best for half-miler Brooks
  03 Apr

Durant wins 100m gold at Southern Games

Sherwin Marshall of the T&T Defence Force, during action in the men's javelin competition at Southern Games at Guaracuara Park, Point-a-Pierre, yesterday. See article …
Durant wins 100m gold at Southern Games Durant wins 100m gold at Southern Games
  03 Apr

Southern Games in decline

Due to dwindling sponsorship, the organisers of the Southern Games fear this year might the last for the event. See article …
Southern Games in decline
  01 Apr

Prieto, Guevara golden in Texas

Mauricia Prieto and Asa Guevara were golden at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Springtime meet in Texas, USA, last weekend. See article …
Prieto, Guevara golden in Texas Prieto, Guevara golden in Texas
         
         
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