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  31 May

Tobago welcomes Queen’s Baton

John Pillbeam, the Australian High Commissioner to T&T, Fortuna Belrose, the Commonwealth Games Federation Regional Vice President for the Caribbean, and the Queen's Baton Relay (QBR) delegation and the T&T Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) received a warm welcoming ceremony upon their arrival on the sister isle from the Tobago House of Assembly (THA). See article …
Tobago welcomes Queen’s Baton Tobago welcomes Queen’s Baton
  28 May

SUB-20 SIZZLER! - Jereem joins elite 200 club

Jereem Richards joined an elite club when he clocked 19.97 seconds to top his men's 200 metres quarter-final heat at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 East Preliminary meet in Kentucky, USA, on Saturday night.  See article …
SUB-20 SIZZLER! - Jereem joins elite 200 club SUB-20 SIZZLER! - Jereem joins elite 200 club
  28 May

Ahye bags Prefontaine bronze

T&T's Michelle-Lee Ahye sped across the line in a season's best 10.97 seconds to place third in the women's 100 metres at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, USA yesterday afternoon. See article …
Ahye bags Prefontaine bronze Ahye bags Prefontaine bronze
  28 May

Morain grabs NAIA sprint double - Elcock, St Clair win at Atlanta Georgia Relays

Moriba Morain captured the men's sprint double at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Alabama, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Morain grabs NAIA sprint double - Elcock, St Clair win at Atlanta Georgia Relays
  28 May

Ahye speeds to bronze in Prefontaine 100m

TRINIDAD AND Tobago sprint ace Michelle-Lee Ahye captured the bronze medal in the women's 100 metres yesterday, on the second and final day of the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon. See article …
Ahye speeds to bronze in Prefontaine 100m
  27 May

WALCOTT OPENS STRONG - Prefontaine bronze for Ahye

Trinidad and Tobago's Keshorn Walcott triumphed in his 2017 season-opener at the Golden Javelin meet in Vantaa, Finland, yesterday. The 2012 Olympic champion landed the spear 84.16 metres for gold in the men's javelin. Finland's 2007 world champion Tero Pitkamaki picked up silver with an 83.51m effort See article …
WALCOTT OPENS STRONG - Prefontaine bronze for Ahye WALCOTT OPENS STRONG - Prefontaine bronze for Ahye
  26 May

AKEEM RESCUED

CHAMPION Trinidad and Tobago paralympic athlete Akeem Stewart got an $80,000 contribution yesterday from Southern Sales Services and the Guardian Group to assist with his preparation for the July 14-23 World Para Athletics Championship in London. See article …
AKEEM RESCUED AKEEM RESCUED
  26 May

Horsford in England for javelin training

TYRIQ HORSFORD, three time CARIFTA gold medallist and record holder in the boys Under-18 javelin throw, will attend the Loughborough University's annual Sport Development: Javelin Training Camp, scheduled for May 28 to 29 in England. See article …
Horsford in England for javelin training Horsford in England for javelin training
  25 May

Caribbean Man - Canadian De Grasse a regional product

Andre De Grasse is among the leading contenders to take over from Usain Bolt as the world's premier sprinter. And though he will be representing the land of his birth, Canada, when he faces the starter at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England, the 22-year-old will have support from all parts of the Caribbean. See article …
Caribbean Man - Canadian De Grasse a regional product Caribbean Man - Canadian De Grasse a regional product
  24 May

T&T first Caribbean stop for Queen’s Baton Relay

Queen's Baton Relay delegation will make T&T it's first Caribbean stop and nineteenth out of 71 overall Commonwealth destinations on the way to Australia's Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018). See article …
T&T first Caribbean stop for Queen’s Baton Relay T&T first Caribbean stop for Queen’s Baton Relay
  24 May

Stewart, James get THA’s top awards

Paralympian Akeem Stewart and track and field star Asha James were named Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2016 at the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Sport Awards at the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort on Saturday. See article …
Stewart, James get THA’s top awards Stewart, James get THA’s top awards
  24 May

TTOC ready for Queen’s Baton

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee president Brian Lewis expressed condolences and solidarity with former Commonwealth Games host Manchester yesterday, on the heels of the terror attack that left 22 people dead and dozens more injured on Monday night. See article …
TTOC ready for Queen’s Baton
  22 May

Ahye snares Jamaica silver

Michelle-Lee Ahye produced a fine run at the Jamaica International Invitational IAAF World Challenge meet in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday night. The Trinidad and Tobago track star seized silver in the women's 100 metres dash, missing out on gold by the narrowest of margins. See article …
Ahye snares Jamaica silver Ahye snares Jamaica silver
  22 May

Bolt weeps at friend Mason's funeral

Sprint icon Usain Bolt was among high profile members of the sports fraternity paying their last respects as Jamaica-born British high jumper Germaine Mason was laid to rest on Sunday. See article …
Bolt weeps at friend Mason's funeral Bolt weeps at friend Mason's funeral
  22 May

Ahye takes Jamaica Invitational silver

Reigning Olympic champion, Elaine Thompson, extended her unbeaten start to the new season when she posted the joint fastest time this year in capturing the 200 metres at the Jamaica Invitational here Saturday night. See article …
Ahye takes Jamaica Invitational silver
  22 May

Ahye cops silverin Jamaica invi

T&T's Michelle-Lee Ahye made a brilliant run to secure a silver medal in an intense women's 100 metres at the Jamaica International Invitational, an IAAF World Challenge meeting on Saturday in Kingston. See article …
Ahye cops silverin Jamaica invi
  22 May

Akeem, Asha top THA Sports Awards

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Akeem, Asha top THA Sports Awards
  20 May

Serville Shines - Teen quartermiler wins women’s one-lap

Rae-Anne Serville made light work of the opposition in the NAAA Sunshine Development Meet women's 400 metres at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, late on Friday. See article …
Serville Shines - Teen quartermiler wins women’s one-lap Serville Shines - Teen quartermiler wins women’s one-lap
  20 May

Denoon does sprint double; NJCAA 100 hurdles gold for Parris

Zakiya Denoon secured the women's sprint double for Monroe College on the third and final day of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Kansas, USA, yesterday. See article …
Denoon does sprint double; NJCAA 100 hurdles gold for Parris Denoon does sprint double; NJCAA 100 hurdles gold for Parris
  19 May

Warren strikes NJCAA gold!

Portious Warren captured the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Outdoor Track and Field Championship women's shot put title in Kansas, USA, yesterday. See article …
Warren strikes NJCAA gold! Warren strikes NJCAA gold!
  18 May

Elcock speeds to double gold at Abilene Classic

Triple Carifta silver medallist Jerod Elcock blazed the way for the host club at the third annual Abilene Track Classic at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima on Saturday. See article …
Elcock speeds to double gold at Abilene Classic Elcock speeds to double gold at Abilene Classic
  18 May

Sunshine development meet on today

The National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago is hosting its Sunshine Development Meet today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo. The meet starts at 5:30 p.m. and will feature 37 events for UYouth (Under 18), Junior (Under 20) and Open athletes. See article …
Sunshine development meet on today Sunshine development meet on today
  17 May

Durant dominates at Abilene Classic

Kamaria Durant was dominant in the Abilene Track Classic women's 100 metres final at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima, on Saturday. The 26-year-old sprinter stopped the clock at 11.72 seconds for a comfortable cushion on her Simplex teammate Shikyla Walcott, the silver medallist in 12 seconds flat. See article …
Durant dominates at Abilene Classic Durant dominates at Abilene Classic
  17 May

Cox, Evans capture Eastern Credit Union 15k titles

VETERAN local road runner Curtis Cox and Sjaelan Evans won the respective men's and women's 15k titles when the Eastern Credit Union's 29th Annual Road Race was held on Sunday . See article …
Cox, Evans capture Eastern Credit Union 15k titles
  16 May

Baptiste wins in Florida

Kelly-Ann Baptiste clocked a season's best 11.10 seconds to win a women's 100 metres race at the Pure Athletics Elite Meet in Florida, USA, on Saturday. See article …
Baptiste wins in Florida Baptiste wins in Florida
  15 May

Charles strikes gold in one-lap sprint

T&T's Chelsea Anika Charles raced to gold in the women's 400 metres at the Sun Belt Conference Championship in UT-Arlington - Maverick Stadium in Arlington, Texas in the USA on the weekend. See article …
Charles strikes gold in one-lap sprint Charles strikes gold in one-lap sprint
  14 May

Ahye fourth in Shanghai 100m

T&T's Michelle-Lee Ahye missed out on a top three finish at the second meeting of 2017 IAAF Diamond League in the women's 100 metros sprint in Shanghai yesterday when she placed fourth. See article …
Ahye fourth in Shanghai 100m Ahye fourth in Shanghai 100m
  14 May

Boldon calls for new blood on TT squads

ATO BOLDON is arguably the most successful medallist for Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympic Games, having claimed four medals during his glittering career – bronze in the men's 100 metres and 200m at the 1996 Atlanta Games; silver in the men's 100m and bronze in the 200m at the 2000 Sydney Games. See article …
Boldon calls for new blood on TT squads
  13 May

Williams snares SEC 400 silver

Trinidad and Tobago's Domonique Williams snatched silver in the women's 400 metres at the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Outdoor Track and Field Championships in South Carolina, USA, yesterday. See article …
Williams snares SEC 400 silver Williams snares SEC 400 silver
  13 May

Richards clocks windy 19.98

Trinidad and Tobago's Jereem Richards clocked a wind-assisted 19.98 seconds to top his men's 200 metres qualifying heat, on day one of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Outdoor Track and Field Championships in South Carolina, USA, on Thursday. See article …
Richards clocks windy 19.98 Richards clocks windy 19.98
  13 May

Ahye 4th in Shanghai Diamond League

Michelle-Lee Ahye finished fourth in the women's 100 metres dash at the Shanghai IAAF Diamond League meet, in China, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter got to the line in 11.21 seconds. See article …
Ahye 4th in Shanghai Diamond League Ahye 4th in Shanghai Diamond League
  11 May

NAAA brands June championship month

The qualification of the national women's 4x100 metres and 4x400m relay teams for the International Associations of Athletics Federation (IAAAF) World Championships in London, England, later this year, will be high on the agenda when the NGC/SAGICOR-sponsored NAAATT Champs comes off at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo from June 23rd to June 25. See article …
NAAA brands June championship month NAAA brands June championship month
  11 May

Record reset proposal rubbished by NACAC

North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) president Victor Lopez is not in favour of the proposal by European Athletics president Svein Arne Hansen to rewrite the world record books. See article …
Record reset proposal rubbished by NACAC Record reset proposal rubbished by NACAC
  11 May

Ahye, Borel set for Shanghai meeting

Leading T&T athletes sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye and shot putter Cleopatra Borel are listed on the provisional start list for the second IAAF Diamond League meeting in Shanghai, China on Saturday. See article …
Ahye, Borel set for Shanghai meeting Ahye, Borel set for Shanghai meeting
  11 May

Relay team earn second chance for World Champs

THE TRINIDAD and Tobago women's 4x100-metre relay team will have another chance to qualify for the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England during the National Open Championships next month. See article …
Relay team earn second chance for World Champs
  11 May

Bascombe leads T&T’s NACAC Age Group Team

More than 300 athletes are expected to converge on the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on June 3-4 and June 10-11 for the Juvenile and Junior NGC/National Amateur Athletics Association of T&T (NAAATT) Championships. See article …
Bascombe leads T&T’s NACAC Age Group Team
  10 May

Another Worlds shot for 4x1 women - NGC, Sagicor inject $250k each into Open Champs

Trinidad and Tobago's sprint relay women will have another shot at World Championship qualification at the June 23-25 NGC/Sagicor National Open Track and Field Championships. See article …
Another Worlds shot for 4x1 women - NGC, Sagicor inject $250k each into Open Champs Another Worlds shot for 4x1 women - NGC, Sagicor inject $250k each into Open Champs
  10 May

Quow, Thomas tops at ‘Ole Miss'

Renny Quow was the class of the men's 400 metres field at the Ole Miss Classic in Mississippi, USA, on Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler won in 46.38 seconds, completing his lap of the track more than a second faster than his closest rival. See article …
Quow, Thomas tops at ‘Ole Miss' Quow, Thomas tops at ‘Ole Miss'
  08 May

Over 400 primary school athletes in National 3k run

ACTION in primary school athletics goes into full gear tomorrow, when over 400 youngsters will line up for the running of the Atlantic National 3k road race. See article …
Over 400 primary school athletes in National 3k run
  07 May

Primary Schools 3k this week

The largest field of athletes will assemble for the Atlantic National Primary Schools 3K road race tomorrow. The race will be run in two parts, with the girls starting at 10 a.m. and the boys at 10.30 a.m. See article …
Primary Schools 3k this week
  06 May

POWERFUL PORTIOUS - Trinidad and Tobago thrower breaks 27-year-old US record

Trinidad and Tobago's Portious Warren erased a 27-year-old record from the books at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region I Track & Field Championships in Arizona, USA, on Thursday. See article …
POWERFUL PORTIOUS - Trinidad and Tobago thrower breaks 27-year-old US record POWERFUL PORTIOUS - Trinidad and Tobago thrower breaks 27-year-old US record
  04 May

Serrette: NACAC honing new talent

Local multi-sports athletes will take centre stage in June when the inaugural North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics (NACAC) Association's Age Group A and B (Heptathlon/Pentathlon) Championships, will unfold at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo. See article …
Serrette: NACAC honing new talent Serrette: NACAC honing new talent
  04 May

TT to stage NACAC Age Group Champs

TRINIDAD and Tobago will host the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Athletics Association Age Group A and B Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, on June 17 and 18. See article …
TT to stage NACAC Age Group Champs
  03 May

Drakes, Scott unbeaten in Carifin series

ArticAFTER winning last week's Chancellor Challenge, Republic Bank employee Jean-Paul Drakes and Central Bank's Salina Scott will be the prohibitive favourites to claim the overall men's and women's running titles when the 26th-annual Carifin Games conclude at month's end in Caroni. See article …
Drakes, Scott unbeaten in Carifin series Drakes, Scott unbeaten in Carifin series
  05 May

Future stars for NACAC Champs

Future track and field stars will be on show at the inaugural NLCB North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Age Group Championships, scheduled for June 17 and 18 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. See article …
Future stars for NACAC Champs Future stars for NACAC Champs
  03 May

Drakes, Scott top CariFin Chancellor Challenge

The evening was electrified as over 400 participants representing 10 Financial Institutions charged up Lady Chancellor Hill to establish who would be the 'Champions of the Hill' and to position themselves as well as their institutions for the final showdown at the Sevilla Golf Course on May 28.  See article …
Drakes, Scott top CariFin Chancellor Challenge
  01 May

Jereem Richards clocks 400 pb - British silver for jumper Che

Jereem Richards produced a fine run at the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Relays in Louisiana, USA, on Friday. The University of Alabama student stopped the clock at a personal best 45.47 seconds for gold in the men's 400 metres event. See article …
Jereem Richards clocks 400 pb - British silver for jumper Che Jereem Richards clocks 400 pb - British silver for jumper Che
  01 May

Guevara pockets two Challenge gold medals

T&T's Asa Guevara sported two gold medals at the end of the Brutus Hamilton Challenge held in Berkley, California, on the weekend. See article …
Guevara pockets two Challenge gold medals Guevara pockets two Challenge gold medals
  01 May

Pereira edges Baboolal in Point Fortin 7.5K

It was a race to finish and crossing first in the Point Fortin 7.5K run was Collin Jeron Pereira just ahead of Shirvan Baboolal on Sunday morning. See article …
Pereira edges Baboolal in Point Fortin 7.5K Pereira edges Baboolal in Point Fortin 7.5K
         
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