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  31 Jul

‘Big Girl’ Khalifa: T&T sprint star celebrates sweet silver

No more Carifta for me, no more Pan Am Juniors. It's just 'Big Girl' races from now on." Khalifa St Fort was all smiles at the Rafael Cotes Stadium here in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Monday night, following her first-ever podium finish in an individual event at a major senior championship. See article …
‘Big Girl’ Khalifa: T&T sprint star celebrates sweet silver ‘Big Girl’ Khalifa: T&T sprint star celebrates sweet silver
  31 Jul

RARE FEAT: Walters strikes silver in sprint hurdles

RUEBIN WALTERS achieved a rare feat at the Rafael Cotes Stadium here in Barranquilla, Colombia, yesterday, becoming only the second male hurdler from Trinidad and Tobago to climb a Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games podium. See article …
RARE FEAT: Walters strikes silver in sprint hurdles RARE FEAT: Walters strikes silver in sprint hurdles
  30 Jul

SILVER STREAK - St Fort, Brooks add to T&T medal haul

Alena Brooks celebrated with the Red, White and Black draped across her shoulders following a superb run to silver in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games women's 800 metres final, here in Barranquilla, Colombia, last night. See article …
SILVER STREAK - St Fort, Brooks add to T&T medal haul SILVER STREAK - St Fort, Brooks add to T&T medal haul
  21 Jul

Richards fades to 5th in Monte Carlo

T&T's Jereem "The Dream" Richards crossed the finishline in fifth place in a competitive men's 200 metres event at the Herculis EBS Meeting in Monte Carlo, Monaco, yesterday. This was at the 10th stop of the IAAF Diamond League Track and Field Meet. See article …
Richards fades to 5th in Monte Carlo Richards fades to 5th in Monte Carlo
  21 Jul

Jereem 5th in Monaco

Trinidad and Tobago track star Jereem "The Dream" Richards grabbed fifth spot in the men's 200 metres event at the Herculis IAAF Diamond League meet, in Monaco, yesterday (Friday). He clocked 20.16 seconds. See article …
Jereem 5th in Monaco Jereem 5th in Monaco
  21 Jul

Richards 5th at Diamond League Monaco

TT Commonwealth gold medallist Jereem Richards placed fifth at the Monaco leg of the IAAF Diamond League, yesterday. The lone TT athlete in Monte-Carlo, Richards ran out of lane three and crossed the finish line in a solid 20.16 seconds. See article …
Richards 5th at Diamond League Monaco Richards 5th at Diamond League Monaco
  21 Jul

Greaux golden in Belgium - Brooks clocks second-fastest 800 of career

Kyle Greaux dominated his rivals to strike gold in the men's 200 metres event at the Night of Athletics meet in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter stopped the clock at 20.28 seconds. See article …
Greaux golden in Belgium - Brooks clocks second-fastest 800 of career Greaux golden in Belgium - Brooks clocks second-fastest 800 of career
  20 Jul

Jereem fifth in Monaco

Trinidad and Tobago's Jereem "The Dream" Richards captured fifth place in the men's 200 metres event at the IAAF Diamond League Track and Field Meet in Monte Carlo, Monaco, on Friday. See article …
Jereem fifth in Monaco Jereem fifth in Monaco
  20 Jul

Brooks bags another bronze

T&T's Alena Brooks, for the second time this week, reached the podium after placing third in the women's 800 metres at the Morton Games International Athletics meet at the Morton Stadium Santry in Dublin, Ireland, yesterday. See article …
Brooks bags another bronze Brooks bags another bronze
  19 Jul

Brooks clocks fast 800 in Ireland

ALENA BROOKS produced one of the best runs of her career at the Morton Games in Dublin, Ireland, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago halfmiler returned a time of two minutes, 02.32 seconds to finish third in the women's 800 metres event. The clocking was the second fastest time ever run by Brooks at her pet distance. See article …
Brooks clocks fast 800 in Ireland Brooks clocks fast 800 in Ireland
  19 Jul

Best-ever season - Greaux snatches silver in Belgium

KYLE GREAUX seized silver in the men's 100 metres dash at the International Meeting de Liège, in Belgium, yesterday. Running in lane five, the Trinidad and Tobago sprinter got to the line in 10.33 seconds to finish behind Japan's Ryota Yamagata, the winner in 10.13, and ahead of Zimbabwe's Tatenda Tsumba (10.35). See article …
Best-ever season - Greaux snatches silver in Belgium Best-ever season - Greaux snatches silver in Belgium
  18 Jul

Coaching in T&T is voluntary

Comments made in an article published yesterday in the Jamaica Gleaner headlined: Not 'coaching against Trinidad'—Boldon hits back at claims he is ignoring T&T for regional rivals" was met with mixed reactions from National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) president Ephraim Serrette. See article …
Coaching in T&T is voluntary Coaching in T&T is voluntary
  18 Jul

Walcott 5th in France - Cork City bronze for Brooks

Keshorn Walcott secured fifth spot in the men's javelin at an international meet in Sotteville-lès-Rouen, France, yesterday. The 2012 Olympic champion landed the spear 78.26 metres. See article …
Walcott 5th in France - Cork City bronze for Brooks Walcott 5th in France - Cork City bronze for Brooks
  17 Jul

Brooks bags bronze in Ireland

T&T's Alena Brooks bagged a bronze medal in the women's 800 metres event at the 67th Cork City Sports International Athletics meet at the Cork Institute of Technology in Ireland, yesterday.
Brooks bags bronze in Ireland Brooks bags bronze in Ireland
  15 Jul

Sprint relay team finishes 7th in Finland

The Men's 4x100 metres team was T&T's last hope for a medal at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships but the local quartet crossed in a disappointing seventh place in yesterday's final at the Ratina Stadium in Tampere, Finland. See article …
Sprint relay team finishes 7th in Finland Sprint relay team finishes 7th in Finland
  15 Jul

TT U-20 relay men seventh in IAAF Championships

TT's quartet of Kion Benjamin, Carlon Hosten, Timothy Frederick and Tyrell Edwards finished seventh yesterday in the men's 4x100m at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships, in Tampere, Finland. See article …
TT U-20 relay men seventh in IAAF Championships
  14 Jul

T&T in World U20 4x1 final

Trinidad and Tobago will bid for precious metal out of lane two in the men's 4x100 metres event at the IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, today. The final is scheduled for 9.40am (TT time). See article …
T&T in World U20 4x1 final T&T in World U20 4x1 final
  14 Jul

Walcott 7th in Diamond League

NATIONAL javelin king Keshorn Walcott placed seventh yesterday as the IAAF Diamond League made a stop at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat, Morocco. See article …
Walcott 7th in Diamond League Walcott 7th in Diamond League
  14 Jul

Walcott 7th in Rabat Diamond League; Silver for Greaux in Barcelona

Keshorn Walcott finished seventh in the men's javelin at the Mohammed VI International IAAF Diamond League meet in Rabat, Morocco, yesterday. The 2012 Olympic champion threw 83.26 metres. See article …
Walcott 7th in Rabat Diamond League; Silver for Greaux in Barcelona Walcott 7th in Rabat Diamond League; Silver for Greaux in Barcelona
  14 Jul

Last medal chance rests with relay team

Any chance of T&T winning a medal at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships lies on the performance of the Men's 4x100 metres relay team today. See article …
Last medal chance rests with relay team Last medal chance rests with relay team
  14 Jul

T&T 7th in World U20 4x1; Sprint double for Boldon-coached Williams

Kion Benjamin, Carlon Hosten, Timothy Frederick and Tyrell Edwards combined for seventh spot in the IAAF World U20 Championship men's 4x100 metres final in Tampere, Finland, yesterday. See article …
T&T 7th in World U20 4x1; Sprint double for Boldon-coached Williams T&T 7th in World U20 4x1; Sprint double for Boldon-coached Williams
  14 Jul

TT 4×100 sprinters into IAAF U-20 final

ANCHOR Kion Benjamin, together with Carlon Hosten, Tyrell Edwards and David Pierce combined for a season best effort of 39.67 seconds, yesterday, to advance to the 4x100m final at the IAAF World U-20 Championships, which runs off today, the penultimate day of competition. See article …
TT 4×100 sprinters into IAAF U-20 final
  13 Jul

inks 9th fastest at World U20

Jenea Spinks produced a solid run in the IAAF World U20 Championship women's 100 metres semis in Tampere, Finland, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter finished third in heat three in 11.62 seconds. The clocking, though, was not fast enough to earn her a lane in the eight-woman final. Spinks was ninth fastest in the semifinal round. See article …
inks 9th fastest at World U20 inks 9th fastest at World U20
  13 Jul

TT sprinters struggle at World U-20s

TT sprinters struggled on the third day of the IAAF World Under-20 Championships yesterday, at the Ratina Stadium, Tampere, Finland. Timothy Frederick and Ako Hislop had mixed results in the first round of the men's 200 metres. See article …
TT sprinters struggle at World U-20s TT sprinters struggle at World U-20s
  12 Jul

Spinks, Lewis advance to 100m semis

T&T sprint duo Jenea Spinks and Akilah Lewis reached the semifinal round in the Women's 100 metres at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, yesterday. See article …
Spinks, Lewis advance to 100m semis Spinks, Lewis advance to 100m semis
  12 Jul

Emancipation 5K Freedom Run in Grande

TOP long distance runner Kelvin Johnson of Guyana will defend his title when the 16th Annual Emancipation Freedom 5K Run 2018 takes place in Sangre Grande from 4 pm, on August 1. See article …
Emancipation 5K Freedom Run in Grande Emancipation 5K Freedom Run in Grande
  11 Jul

Spinks, Lewis bid for World U-20 final berths

Trinidad and Tobago sprinters Jenea Spinks and Akilah Lewis will bid for IAAF World U20 Championship women's 100 metres championship race berths in Tampere, Finland, today. At 11.07am (TT time), Lewis lines up in the second semifinal heat. And seven minutes later, Spinks will be on show in heat three. See article …
Spinks, Lewis bid for World U-20 final berths Spinks, Lewis bid for World U-20 final berths
  11 Jul

Edwards qualifies for 100m semifinals

Tyrell Edwards was the lone T&T athlete who moved on to the next round of the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, yesterday. See article …
Edwards qualifies for 100m semifinals Edwards qualifies for 100m semifinals
  10 Jul

Tyrell Edwards in World U-20 100 semis

Tyrell Edwards will do battle in the men's 100 metres semis at the IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, today. At 11.06am (TT time), the Trinidad and Tobago sprinter faces the starter in the third and final heat. See article …
Tyrell Edwards in World U-20 100 semis Tyrell Edwards in World U-20 100 semis
  10 Jul

T&T athletes open medal quest at World U-20

Promising sprinters Timothy Frederick and Tyrell Edwards along with quarter-miler Rae-Ann Serville and javelin thrower Talena Murray will open their medal quest today at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. See article …
T&T athletes open medal quest at World U-20 T&T athletes open medal quest at World U-20
  09 Jul

Murray first on show at World U-20

Talena Murray will be the first Trinidad and Tobago athlete on show at the 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. The Zenith Tobago field athlete competes in group "B" in the women's javelin qualifying event, and will take her first throw at 3.20 this morning (T&T time). See article …
Murray first on show at World U-20 Murray first on show at World U-20
  09 Jul

Lendore bags silver

Deon Lendore seized silver in the men's 400 metres event at the Grande Premio Brasil Caixa de Atletismo IAAF World Challenge meet in Braganca Paulista, Brazil, on Sunday. The Trinidad and Tobago quartermiler completed his lap of the track in 45.54 seconds. See article …
Lendore bags silver Lendore bags silver
  07 Jul

Horsford leads T&T World U20 medal quest

No local track and field athlete has been listed among the favourites for the IAAF World Under-20 Championships but they left yesterday knowing that any one of them can cause an upset in Finland. See article …
Horsford leads T&T World U20 medal quest Horsford leads T&T World U20 medal quest
  06 Jul

Nancoo: Laventille elders should follow children’s lead

KELVIN Nancoo, chairman of the Port of Spain and Environs Sports Council, said children living in the communities of East Port of Spain should not have a stigma attached to them. See article …
Nancoo: Laventille elders should follow children’s lead Nancoo: Laventille elders should follow children’s lead
  06 Jul

Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200m

National sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye was far off her best in placing eighth in the women's 200 metres at 43rd edition of the Diamond League Athletissima in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. See article …
Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200m Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200m
  06 Jul

Ahye last in Lausanne 200m

COMMONWEALTH 100-METRE women's champion Michelle-Lee Ahye had a disappointing outing in the women's 200m, in yesterday's IAAF Diamond League Meet, in Lausanne, Switzerland. See article …
Ahye last in Lausanne 200m Ahye last in Lausanne 200m
  07 Jul

Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200

Michelle-Lee Ahye finished eighth in the women's 200 metres event at the Athletissima IAAF Diamond League meet in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter got to the line in 23.66 seconds. See article …
Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200 Ahye 8th in Lausanne 200
  05 Jul

25 schools go for glory at Laventille-Morvant Games

The Ministry of Education Laventille-Morvant School Improvement Project will celebrate the Laventille -Morvant Schools in Sport and Education with the inaugural Laventille-Morvant Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo today beginning at 9 am. See article …
25 schools go for glory at Laventille-Morvant Games 25 schools go for glory at Laventille-Morvant Games
  02 Jul

Ahye 2nd in Hungary - Greaux grabs Guyana gold

Trinidad and Tobago track star Michelle-Lee Ahye picked up silver in the women's 100 metres dash at the Istvan Gyulai Memorial meet, in Hungary, yesterday. Ahye got home in 11.14 seconds to finish just behind Ivorian Marie Josee Ta Lou, the winner in 11.12. See article …
Ahye 2nd in Hungary - Greaux grabs Guyana gold Ahye 2nd in Hungary - Greaux grabs Guyana gold
  02 Jul

National Athletes Shine at NAAA National Open Championships

ort of Spain, Trinidad, July 2, 2018: The intermittent showers were no match for the athleticism displayed by this region's top athletes, at the NAAA National Open Championships, held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. See article …
National Athletes Shine at NAAA National Open Championships National Athletes Shine at NAAA National Open Championships
         
         
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