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  31 Mar

Gold, silver and 2 bronze for T&T

TEAM TTO's Veayon Joseph won the first medals Trinidad and Tobago at the Flow-sponsored 47th Carifta Games when he captured the Boys Under-17 javelin with a throw of 55.92 metres, on the opening day at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in Nassau, the Bahamas yesterday. See article …
 Gold, silver and 2 bronze for T&T  Gold, silver and 2 bronze for T&T
  31 Mar

Roach,Horsford in search of CARIFTA medals

IANNA ROACH, the 2017 First Citizens Sports Foundation Youth Sportswoman of the Year, and Tyriq Horsford are the major names in the fray, as TT begins its medal quest, at the 2018 CARIFTA Track and Field Championships, in Nassau, Bahamas today. See article …
Roach,Horsford in search of CARIFTA medals Roach,Horsford in search of CARIFTA medals
  30 Mar

Roach chases Carifta shot put repeat

Junior "Sportswoman of the Year" Ianna Roach will go for gold tomorrow when the 47th Carifta Games starts in Nassau, Bahamas. However, it will be thrower Veayon Joseph with the first chance to win a medal for T&T at the annual premier track and field meet. See article …
Roach chases Carifta shot put repeat Roach chases Carifta shot put repeat
  29 Mar

Tigers, Convent, Barataria shine at St George’s relays

St George's College may have just achieved its goal of bringing back track and field to schools and communities in T&T. See article …
Tigers, Convent, Barataria shine at St George’s relays Tigers, Convent, Barataria shine at St George’s relays
  29 Mar

TT Carifta team seek quality effort in Bahamas

HEAD coach of the 2018 TT Carifta Games team Nadine Hamid, said despite the national squad being smaller than last year, there are quality athletes who will help TT perform at a high level at the Games. See article …
TT Carifta team seek quality effort in Bahamas
  28 Mar

Nero 89th at World Half Marathon Champs

Tonya Nero finished 89th in the women's race at the IAAF/Trinidad Alfonso World Half Marathon Championships in Valencia, Spain, last Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago distance runner completed the 13.1-mile course in one hour, 17 minutes, 55 seconds. See article …
Nero 89th at World Half Marathon Champs Nero 89th at World Half Marathon Champs
  28 Mar

Drakes, Scott win CariFin Green Mile

Jean-Paul Drakes of Republic Bank and Salina Scott of Central Bank emerged the men's and women's winners in the Green Mile, the second event of the CariFin Games last Wednesday at the Sand Track, Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain. See article …
Drakes, Scott win CariFin Green Mile Drakes, Scott win CariFin Green Mile
  28 Mar

NAAA president says thank you

PRESIDENT of the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) of TT Ephraim Serrette thanked all supporters and stakeholders for helping the sport of track and field to a resounding success in 2017. See article …
NAAA president says thank you NAAA president says thank you
  26 Mar

Cox searching for fitness for Sea to Sea Marathon

CURTIS COX has changed his mind about tackling Tobago's premier road race and is now targeting a top three finish in this year's International Sea to Sea Marathon. See article …
Cox searching for fitness for Sea to Sea Marathon Cox searching for fitness for Sea to Sea Marathon
  26 Mar

Walcott for Walk Against Crime

T&T's Olympic Javelin gold medallist Keshorn Walcott, will join the Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, Minister of National Security - the Mayor of Port-of-Spain, Joel Martinez, former Sportsman of the Year, Roger Daniel, T&T Olympic Committee President Brian Lewis along with Port-of-Spain and Environs School Supervisor III- Betty Adams-Skeete and School Supervisor II- Simonette Williams and reigning two-time Soca Monarch Voice, as they lead some seven thousand children around the Queen's Park Savannah. See article …
Walcott for Walk Against Crime Walcott for Walk Against Crime
  26 Mar

Jereem, Hackett warm up strong

Jereem "The Dream" Richards and Semoy Hackett warmed up for the April 4-15 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, with comfortable victories in the United States, last Friday. See article …
Jereem, Hackett warm up strong Jereem, Hackett warm up strong
  25 Mar

Nero finishes 89th

Tonya Nero yesterday placed 89th in the IAAF/Trinidad Alfonso World Half Marathon Championships in Valencia, Spain. See article …
Nero finishes 89th Nero finishes 89th
  25 Mar

NAAA cops ‘best administration’ again

The combination of perseverance and determination led to the success of Jereem "The Dream" Richards and Adell Colthrust as athletics swept the major awards at the First Citizens Sports Foundation (FCSF) 2017 Awards on Saturday night. See article …
 NAAA cops ‘best administration’ again  NAAA cops ‘best administration’ again
  25 Mar

Richards wins Alabama 400m

Jereem Richards was among a number of local athletes producing superb performances at the Sanford Alabama Track Challenge in Birmingham, Alabama in the United States on Friday evening. See article …
Richards wins Alabama 400m Richards wins Alabama 400m
  24 Mar

Athletics earn clean sweep in First Citizens Awards

IT WAS a clean sweep for athletics, in both the Seniors and Juniors categories, at last evening's First Citizens Sports Foundation Sports Personalities of the Year 2017 Awards, at Queen's Hall, St Ann's. See article …
Athletics earn clean sweep in First Citizens Awards Athletics earn clean sweep in First Citizens Awards
  24 Mar

Richards, Ahye in line for First Citizens Awards

SPRINTERS Jereem Richards and Michelle-Lee Ahye are in line to cop the prestigious First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards for the year 2017. See article …
Richards, Ahye in line for First Citizens Awards
  23 Mar

Don’t use social media to air concerns

PRESIDENT of the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Ephraim Serrette, encouraged national athletes to not use social media to address their concerns as there are procedures in place. See article …
Don’t use social media to air concerns Don’t use social media to air concerns
  23 Mar

Perez, Kigen headline acts at Sea to Sea Marathon

MEN'S CHAMPION Richer Perez of Cuba will return to defend his Tobago International Sea to Sea Marathon title on May 20. Other elite runners expected include Mexican-based George Towett, a four-time UWI SPEC champion, and his wife Caroline Kiptoo, a two-time UWI SPEC champion. See article …
Perez, Kigen headline acts at Sea to Sea Marathon Perez, Kigen headline acts at Sea to Sea Marathon
  22 Mar

Andwuelle does it right - Tobago jumper joins 8-metre club

ANDWUELLE WRIGHT produced the first legal eight-metre jump of his career to headline the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Sunset Meet at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain on Wednesday. See article …
Andwuelle does it right - Tobago jumper joins 8-metre club Andwuelle does it right - Tobago jumper joins 8-metre club
  22 Mar

Dunross in front among primary schools

DUNROSS Preparatory School dominated the competition, when the TT Triathlon Federation hosted the fourth instalment of the Atlantic Primary Schools Multi-Sport Series, with a duathlon held at Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, on Sunday. See article …
Dunross in front among primary schools Dunross in front among primary schools
  22 Mar

Fatima, St Joseph Convent lead secondary schools

ST JOSEPH Convent Port of Spain and Fatima College, were the top schools when the TT Triathlon Federation (TTTF) hosted its fourth instalment of the TTTF Secondary Schools Multi-Sport Series, with a duathlon held at Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, on Sunday. See article …
Fatima, St Joseph Convent lead secondary schools Fatima, St Joseph Convent lead secondary schools
  21 Mar

St Fort selected for Commonwealth team

AFTER a lot of confusion over the selection of Khalifa St Fort for the TT Commonwealth Games, the former top junior athlete was eventually named yesterday on the 51-member TT squad for the Games in Gold Coast, Australia, from April 4 to 15. See article …
St Fort selected for Commonwealth team St Fort selected for Commonwealth team
  21 Mar

51 T&T athletes heading to C’wealth Games

T&T will be represented at the upcoming Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia by a number of athletes who medalled at the previous edition of the event back in 2014. See article …
51 T&T athletes heading to C’wealth Games
  20 Mar

Durant snares sprint double

Kamaria Durant tore up the track at the Southern Games at Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre on Sunday, claiming double gold in the women's 100 and 200 metres. See article …
Durant snares sprint double Durant snares sprint double
  20 Mar

Local athletics, tennis and netball receive funding

THREE National Governing Bodies (NGBs) received a total of $294,680.10, on Friday, towards the participation of national athletes, teams and coaches at various events. See article …
Local athletics, tennis and netball receive funding Local athletics, tennis and netball receive funding
  18 Mar

Richards: New Sport Policy a step forward for TT

DOUBLE 2017 World Championship medallist Jereem Richards, expressed joy after hearing the news that a new National Policy on Sport (NPS) 2017 to 2027 was announced in Parliament that included an incentives and rewards framework for national athletes. See article …
Richards: New Sport Policy a step forward for TT Richards: New Sport Policy a step forward for TT
  17 Mar

Govt offers $1m for Olympic gold

T&T sportsmen and women will no longer be competing just for glory of victory after government yesterday gave approval for monetary rewards through the adoption of the National Policy on Sport (NPS) 2017-2027. See article …
Govt offers $1m for Olympic gold Govt offers $1m for Olympic gold
  14 Mar

Joseph, Bailey won EM 5k run

Jamal Joseph clocked 17 minutes and 19 seconds to win the fourth edition of the East Mucurapo Secondary School 5K on Friday morning. See article …
Joseph, Bailey won EM 5k run Joseph, Bailey won EM 5k run
  13 Mar

Carifta athletes on show at Southern Games

Carifta Games-bound shot putter Ianna Roach along with 23 of her fellow athletes will use the Southern Games Invitational Meeting on Sunday as preparation for the upcoming premier track and field Carifta Games Meet to be held in The Bahamas from March 30-April 2. See article …
Carifta athletes on show at Southern Games Carifta athletes on show at Southern Games
  11 Mar

Gittens breaks T&T pentathlon record again

T&T's Tyra Gittens broke her own national record in the women's pentathlon at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium, College Station in Texas, USA on Friday night. See article …
Gittens breaks T&T pentathlon record again Gittens breaks T&T pentathlon record again
  11 Mar

Special Olympics National Games hold centre stage

THE 36th Annual Special Olympics of Trinidad and Tobago (SOTT) National Games was held yesterday at various venues throughout the Port of Spain district. This year's edition saw approximately 600 athletes from 18 special needs organisations across TT. See article …
Special Olympics National Games hold centre stage Special Olympics National Games hold centre stage
  10 Mar

42 get Carifta nod from NAAA

Top athletes Tyriq Horsford and Ianna Roach will again feature in the Carifta Games looking to dominate in a higher age-group when the 47th edition of the premier youth event takes place from March 30 - April 2 in The Bahamas. See article …
42 get Carifta nod from NAAA 42 get Carifta nod from NAAA
  09 Mar

Horsford, Roach named in CARIFTA track and field squad

TYRIQ Horsford and Ianna Roach will be among the top athletes representing Trinidad and Tobago at the 47th edition of the Carifta Games from March 30 to April 2 at the Thomas Robinson Stadium, in the Bahamas. See article …
Horsford, Roach named in CARIFTA track and field squad Horsford, Roach named in CARIFTA track and field squad
  09 Mar

Double glory for Success RC at Kelvin Nancoo East Games

SUCCESS RC finished first and second in the East B boys and girls categories respectively, when the inaugural Milo-sponsored Kelvin Nancoo National Primary School East Games were held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday. See article …
Double glory for Success RC at Kelvin Nancoo East Games Double glory for Success RC at Kelvin Nancoo East Games
  08 Mar

The Southern Games is back on: Sports Ministry steps in with $$

This year's edition of the annual Southern Games sport meet carded for March 18 is officially on as scheduled. See article …
The Southern Games is back on: Sports Ministry steps in with $$ The Southern Games is back on: Sports Ministry steps in with $$
  08 Mar

Colthrust, Roach eye Junior FCB titles

Track and Field duo, Adell Colthrust and Ianna Roach are the front runners to take home the First Citizens Sports Foundation 2017 top Youth Awards at its annual sports awards on March 24, 2018 at the Queen's Hall, Port-of-Spain. See article …
Colthrust, Roach eye Junior FCB titles Colthrust, Roach eye Junior FCB titles
  07 Mar

T&T’s 3rd Olympic Gold on the horizon

T&T will soon get its third Olympic Gold medal following Hasely Crawford ( 1976) and Kershorn Walcott (2012) triumphs. T&T's men's 4x100 metres team which finished second to Jamaica at the 2008 Beijing See article …
T&T’s 3rd Olympic Gold on the horizon T&T’s 3rd Olympic Gold on the horizon
  07 Mar

Diamond Vale rule Nancoo Games again

DIAMOND Vale Government School continued its dominance when the 31st Milo Kelvin Nancoo Primary School Games were held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday.  See article …
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  06 Mar

Richards, Ahye favourites for FCB awards

National track athletes Jereem "The Dream" Richards and Michelle-Lee Ahye are expected to capture the top awards when the First Citizens Sports Foundation host its annual sports awards on Saturday 24th March 2018 at the Queen's Hall, Port of Spain to honour 2017's top senior and junior national athletes. See article …
Richards, Ahye favourites for FCB awards Richards, Ahye favourites for FCB awards
  06 Mar

Kelvin Nancoo West Games run off

THE FIRST leg of the Nestle Milo-sponsored Kelvin Nancoo Primary School Games will take place today, when schools in West Port of Spain and Environs battle for supremacy at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, from 9 am. See article …
Kelvin Nancoo West Games run off Kelvin Nancoo West Games run off
  06 Mar

Murray wins NJCAA shot put gold

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Murray wins NJCAA shot put gold Murray wins NJCAA shot put gold
  05 Mar

Bascombe, Smith, Serville among 11 Carifta qualifiers

Shaniqua Bascombe, Avindale Smith and Rae-Anne Serville were outstanding on the opening day of the Carifta trials at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Bascombe, Smith, Serville among 11 Carifta qualifiers Bascombe, Smith, Serville among 11 Carifta qualifiers
  05 Mar

Horsford, Roach guarantee spots at CARIFTA Track and Field

TYRIQ HORSFORD and Ianna Roach guaranteed their spots in the 2018 CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in Nassau, Bahamas during the Easter weekend with impressive performances on the second and final day of the NGC-sponsored NAAA CARIFTA Trials, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo yesterday. See article …
Horsford, Roach guarantee spots at CARIFTA Track and Field Horsford, Roach guarantee spots at CARIFTA Track and Field
  05 Mar

Bascombe, Hosford punch tickets

ArticleYesterday proved to be a tough day for T&T teenage track and field athletes who were attempting to book their places on the national team for 2018 Edition of the Carifta Games schedule for the Bahamas. See article …
Bascombe, Hosford punch tickets Bascombe, Hosford punch tickets
  05 Mar

Jacob, Bascombe qualify in two events at Carifta trials

Shaniqua Bascombe bettered the girls' Under-17 200 metres standard twice on the second and final day of the Carifta trials, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Jacob, Bascombe qualify in two events at Carifta trials Jacob, Bascombe qualify in two events at Carifta trials
  05 Mar

TT relay men miss World Indoor medal

THE TT men's 4x400m team missed bronze by the narrowest of margins in the final event of the 2018 IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England, yesterday. See article …
TT relay men miss World Indoor medal TT relay men miss World Indoor medal
  05 Mar

T&T 4th in 4x400 final

T&T's 4x400 metres Men's Relay team of Deon Lendore, Jereem Richards, Asa Guevara and Lalonde Gordon produced a new National Indoor Record time at 3:02.52 in the final at the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, England yesterday. See article …
T&T 4th in 4x400 final T&T 4th in 4x400 final
  05 Mar

Just Short - Record-breaking 4x4 men miss World Indoors medal

Trinidad and Tobago missed out on the podium by the narrowest of margins in the IAAF World Indoor Championship men's 4x400 metres final in Birmingham, England, yesterday. Deon Lendore, Jereem "The Dream" Richards, Asa Guevara and Lalonde Gordon combined for fourth spot. See article …
Just Short - Record-breaking 4x4 men miss World Indoors medal Just Short - Record-breaking 4x4 men miss World Indoors medal
  03 Mar

Ahye places sixth at World Indoors 60m, Lendore in 400m final

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye could only muster a sixth-place finish in the women's 60-metre final, on the second day of the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships, in Birmingham, England yesterday. See article …
Ahye places sixth at World Indoors 60m, Lendore in 400m final Ahye places sixth at World Indoors 60m, Lendore in 400m final
  04 Mar

Bascombe wins U-17 100 metres sprint

Fourteen-year old Shaniqua Bascombe of Cougars Track and Field Club ran the fastest time in all the Girls Under-17 100 metres sprint when she clocked a time of 11:89 seconds on the First Day of the NGC/NAAATT 2018 Carifta Games Trials out at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday. The qualifying time is 12.05 seconds. See article …
Bascombe wins U-17 100 metres sprint Bascombe wins U-17 100 metres sprint
  04 Mar

Torpedo fires back at Sports Ministry

VETERAN TRINIDAD and Tobago sprinter Richard "Torpedo" Thompson has fired back at the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs after they, on Thursday evening, revealed how much the 32-year-old three-time Olympic medallist received as an elite athlete. See article …
Torpedo fires back at Sports Ministry Torpedo fires back at Sports Ministry
  04 Mar

Lendore bags T&T’s first medal, bronze

BIRMINGHAM, England—Jamaican Kimberley Williams and T&T's Deon Lendore increased the English-speaking Caribbean's tally to three at the IAAF World Indoor Championships yesterday. See article …
Lendore bags T&T’s first medal, bronze Lendore bags T&T’s first medal, bronze
  04 Mar

Lendore grabs another 400m World Indoor bronze

TRINIDAD and Tobago runner Deon Lendore won this country's first medal at the IAAF World Indoor Championships when he earned bronze in the men's 400m event in Birmingham, England, yesterday. See article …
Lendore grabs another 400m World Indoor bronze
  03 Mar

Lendore Repeats - Another World Indoors bronze for T&T quartermiler

DEON Lendore repeated as the men's 400 metres bronze medallist at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler got home in 46.37 seconds. See article …
Lendore Repeats - Another World Indoors bronze for T&T quartermiler Lendore Repeats - Another World Indoors bronze for T&T quartermiler
  03 Mar

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The Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs (MSYA) has sought to put to rest the ongoing ramblings with sprinter Richard Thompson, saying it stands ready to provide quality support, inclusive of grant funding, to ensure all national athletes including Thompson, attain and maintain the highest level of ranking in their chosen discipline. See article …
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  03 Mar

Ahye sixth in 60m final

T&T's Michelle-Lee Ahye ran a season's best 7.13 seconds to place sixth in the final of the women's 60 metres at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, United Kingdom, yesterday. See article …
Ahye sixth in 60m final Ahye sixth in 60m final
  02 Mar

Sports Ministry breaks silence on elite funding

THE MINISTRY of Sport and Youth Affairs has finally spoken out on the issue of elite funding concerning national elite athletes, giving details on what sprinter Richard Thompson received over the years. See article …
Sports Ministry breaks silence on elite funding
  01 Mar

Borel aiming to set medal pace at IAAF championships

Cleopatra Borel can pick up T&T's first medal at the IAAF World Indoor Championships, which starts today in Birmingham, in the United Kingdom when the veteran field specialist compete in the women's shot put event. The final is set for the second day of the four-day meet, tomorrow from 4.10 pm (TT time). See article …
Borel aiming to set medal pace at IAAF championships Borel aiming to set medal pace at IAAF championships
  28 Feb

Roberts snares pentathlon gold

T&T's Khemani Roberts sizzled this weekend at the Ohio Valley Indoor Track and Field Championships in Charleston, Illinois in the United States. The Tennessee Tech University senior came away for the two-day meet with gold medals and a bronze. See article …
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