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  31 Aug

Richards snares DL bronze

Sprint­er Jereem Richards would have been aim­ing for the gold medal in the 200m at the Weltk­lasse Zurich IAAF Di­a­mond League fi­nal but had to set­tle for bronze as in­form Amer­i­can sen­sa­tion Noah Lyles fin­ished first in Zurich, Switzer­land. See article …
Richards snares DL bronze Richards snares DL bronze
  30 Aug

Richards grabs bronze in Diamond League

JEREEM Richards continued his consistency for TT, earning bronze in the men's 200m event when the 2018 Diamond League continued in Zurich, Switzerland, today. See article …
Richards grabs bronze in Diamond League Richards grabs bronze in Diamond League
  30 Aug

TT athletes feel the love - National sports policy reward system welcomed as:

NATIONAL athletes said they feel appreciated, after hearing the news that the Government will be rewarding them for their achievements, saying it is a sense of relief that all the hard work has paid off.  See article …
TT athletes feel the love - National sports policy reward system welcomed as: TT athletes feel the love - National sports policy reward system welcomed as:
  29 Aug

Ahye, Richards in Diamond hunt

Reigning Commonwealth Games champions Michelle-Lee Ahye and Jereem "The Dream" Richards will be on show at the Weltklasse Zurich IAAF Diamond League Final meet in Switzerland today. See article …
Ahye, Richards in Diamond hunt Ahye, Richards in Diamond hunt
  29 Aug

Coach: Keshorn to rest ahead of hectic 2019 season

ISMAEL LOPEZ Mastrapa, coach of TT's double Olympic javelin medallist Keshorn Walcott, said that the decision to rest the 25-year-old for the rest of the year was due to two main factors – a non-stop training schedule for a decade and major events in the next two years. See article …
Coach: Keshorn to rest ahead of hectic 2019 season Coach: Keshorn to rest ahead of hectic 2019 season
  28 Aug

National sport rewards on September 12 - Govt to distribute cheques to outstanding athletes

SPORTS Minister Shamfa Cudjoe declared her Government will "pay up" on September 12 and reward this country's national athletes who have represented with distinction and won medals on the international stage.
National sport rewards on September 12 - Govt to distribute cheques to outstanding athletes National sport rewards on September 12 - Govt to distribute cheques to outstanding athletes
  28 Aug

Keshorn to miss rest of 2018 season

DOUBLE Olympic men's javelin medallist Keshorn Walcott will miss the rest of the 2018 track and field season to rest and fully recover after undergoing two elbow surgeries last year. See article …
Keshorn to miss rest of 2018 season Keshorn to miss rest of 2018 season
  27 Aug

Grateful Greaux T&T track star reflects on breakout season

Kyle Greaux is enjoying his best-ever season on the track, and is grateful to those who have contributed to his success. See article …
Grateful Greaux T&T track star reflects on breakout season Grateful Greaux T&T track star reflects on breakout season
  23 Aug

Ahye snares Italian silver

Michelle-Lee Ahye picked up silver in the women's 100 metres dash at the Palio Citta della Quercia meet in Rovereto, Italy, yesterday. Ahye got to the line in 11.23 seconds to come out on top in a close battle for second spot. English Gardner, meanwhile, was dominant, the American winning in 11.02 to tie the meet record set by Jamaica's Christania Williams in 2016. See article …
Ahye snares Italian silver Ahye snares Italian silver
  23 Aug

Scotiabank launches Women Against Breast Cancer 5K

BREAST cancer survivor Helen Mulloon, urged young women to take a more proactive approach to their health, at the launch of the 20th Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer 5K 2018 at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain, yesterday. See article …
Scotiabank launches Women Against Breast Cancer 5K Scotiabank launches Women Against Breast Cancer 5K
  22 Aug

Gold again In-form Greaux wins in Sweden

Kyle Greaux produced another fine half-lap run to grab gold at the Folksam Grand Prix in Goteborg, Sweden, on Saturday. The 30-year-old sprinter clocked 20.79 seconds to triumph in the men's 200 metres event, forcing Dutchmen Solomon Bockarie and Churandy Martina to settle for silver and bronze, respectively, in 20.91 and 21.07. See article …
Gold again In-form Greaux wins in Sweden Gold again In-form Greaux wins in Sweden
  19 Aug

GOOD SIGNS Serrette impressed with youngsters pushing for sprint places

National Association of Athletic Administrations (NAAATT) president Ephraim Serrette says he is glad to see some of the younger athletes stepping up their game to the elite level, following Team TTO's performance at the 2018 NACAC Senior Championships last weekend in Toronto, Canada. See article …
GOOD SIGNS Serrette impressed with youngsters pushing for sprint places
  15 Aug

Exciting moments at NACAC Champs

T&T nabbed three medals at the North America Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Championships that unfolded at the Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Canada over the weekend See article …
Exciting moments at NACAC Champs Exciting moments at NACAC Champs
  15 Aug

NAAA boss impressed by Greaux’s gold

PRESIDENT OF the National Association of Athletic Administrations (NAAA) Ephraim Serrette is impressed with the gold medal performance of sprinter Kyle Greaux, at the recently-concluded North America, Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Championships in Toronto, Canada. See article …
NAAA boss impressed by Greaux’s gold NAAA boss impressed by Greaux’s gold
  15 Aug

Sport Minister set to run UWI Half Marathon

MINISTER of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe is eager to participate in the 15th edition of the UWI SPEC Half Marathon on October 28, especially as the Minister can relate to this year's theme. See article …
Sport Minister set to run UWI Half Marathon
  14 Aug

Cherishing the golden years

"Gold" and its derivative "golden" must be the most frequently used words in the sports pages these days. So many headlines over the last month or so have had those words in them, repeated countless times in stories detailing the feats of Trinidad and Tobago athletes at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games, and more recently, See article …
Cherishing the golden years Cherishing the golden years
  13 Aug

Richards snares DL bronze

Sprint­er Jereem Richards would have been aim­ing for the gold medal in the 200m at the Weltk­lasse Zurich IAAF Di­a­mond League fi­nal but had to set­tle for bronze as in­form Amer­i­can sen­sa­tion Noah Lyles fin­ished first in Zurich, Switzer­land. See article …
Richards snares DL bronze Richards snares DL bronze
  13 Aug

Greaux grabs NACAC 200m gold TT athletes earn three medals in Toronto…

KYLE Greaux claimed his first ever international gold medal yesterday in the men's 200m final, beating a quality field at the North America Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Championships in Toronto, Canada. Greaux, 30, stunned home favourite Aaron Brown of Canada to cross the finish line first in a NACAC record and spoil the evening for the Canadians See article …
Greaux grabs NACAC 200m gold TT athletes earn three medals in Toronto… Greaux grabs NACAC 200m gold TT athletes earn three medals in Toronto…
  13 Aug

GOLDEN GREAUX NACAC 200 title, championship record for T&T sprinter

Kyle Greaux produced a golden run in the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Senior Track and Field Championship men's 200m metres final in Toronto, Canada, yesterday. See article …
GOLDEN GREAUX NACAC 200 title, championship record for T&T sprinter GOLDEN GREAUX NACAC 200 title, championship record for T&T sprinter
  12 Aug

Borel in NACAC shot put final

CLEOPATRA Borel will have a chance to seal TT's first medal at the North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACAC) Games today when she challenges the women's shot put final at Varsity Stadium, Toronto, Canada. See article …
Borel in NACAC shot put final Borel in NACAC shot put final
  11 Aug

Gittens just misses NACAC podium

Tyra Gittens was just short of the podium at the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Senior Track and Field Championships in Toronto, Canada, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete disturbed the sand at 6.25 metres to finish fourth in the women's long jump. See article …
Gittens just misses NACAC podium Gittens just misses NACAC podium
  10 Aug

TOP GUNS OUT Richards, Ahye missing NACAC, Romeo 7th in shot put

Commonwealth Games champions Jereem "The Dream" Richards and Michelle-Lee Ahye are out of the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Senior Track and Field Championships. See article …
TOP GUNS OUT Richards, Ahye missing NACAC, Romeo 7th in shot put TOP GUNS OUT Richards, Ahye missing NACAC, Romeo 7th in shot put
  09 Aug

Richards, Greaux open NACAC 200 title hunt

Jereem "The Dream" Richards will open his bid for the North Ameri­can, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Senior Track and Field Championship men's 200 metres title at the Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Canada, this morning. See article …
Richards, Greaux open NACAC 200 title hunt Richards, Greaux open NACAC 200 title hunt
  06 Aug

Wright collects his CAC bronze

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president, Brian Lewis, presented field athlete Andwuelle Wright with his 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) bronze medal at Olympic House, yesterday morning. See article …
Wright collects his CAC bronze Wright collects his CAC bronze
  05 Aug

Nation before self

Here's a guaranteed way to end the endless nonsensical dialogue about who should get how much for whatever level of success in whichever competition. See article …
Nation before self Nation before self
  04 Aug

Pan, fun and run at Emancipation 5K

SHURLAN Williams dethroned Kelvin Johnson on Wednesday to win the 16th annual Walke Street Emancipation Committee Freedom Run 5K in Sangre Grande See article …
Pan, fun and run at Emancipation 5K Pan, fun and run at Emancipation 5K
  03 Aug

WALCOTT’S WAY Nine-gold T&T 9th on medal table

A champion is a champion, and will find a way to win on the occasions that matter most. That is the only explanation for the drama that unfolded at the Rafael Cotes Stadium here in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Thursday, culminating with gold for Trinidad and Tobago's Keshorn Walcott in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games men's javelin event. See article …
WALCOTT’S WAY Nine-gold T&T 9th on medal table WALCOTT’S WAY Nine-gold T&T 9th on medal table
  03 Aug

Keshorn throws to javelin gold Walcott saves his best for last at CAC…

KESHORN Walcott left his best for last, snatching the gold medal away from Grenadian Anderson Peters on his sixth and final throw in the men's javelin at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Colombia, yesterday. See article …
Keshorn throws to javelin gold Walcott saves his best for last at CAC… Keshorn throws to javelin gold Walcott saves his best for last at CAC…
  02 Aug

WARRIOR KESHORN Wounded Walcott grabs CAC gold

"I don't like to lose, you know that, and it's been a difficult two years for me. I just needed something. I needed a boost." See article …
WARRIOR KESHORN Wounded Walcott grabs CAC gold WARRIOR KESHORN Wounded Walcott grabs CAC gold
  02 Aug

Borel claims shot put gold Hackett, Greaux medal at CAC 200 finals…

CLEOPATRA Borel earned this country's eighth gold medal at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games, when she won the women's shot put event in Barranquilla, Colombia yesterday. See article …
Borel claims shot put gold Hackett, Greaux medal at CAC 200 finals… Borel claims shot put gold Hackett, Greaux medal at CAC 200 finals…
  01 Aug

WRIGHT STUFF: Andwuelle jumps to CAC bronze

Andwuelle Wright kept his cool at the Rafael Cotes Stadium here in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Tuesday night, producing the best of his seven leaps in the final round of competition to claim Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games bronze for Trinidad and Tobago. See article …
WRIGHT STUFF: Andwuelle jumps to CAC bronze WRIGHT STUFF: Andwuelle jumps to CAC bronze
  01 Aug

CLEO-TRICK: Amazing Borel wins third CAC shot put title

Cleopatra Borel re-wrote the history books here in Barranquilla, Colombia, late yesterday, the Trinidad and Tobago thrower winning the women's shot put to complete a Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games golden hat-trick. See article …
CLEO-TRICK: Amazing Borel wins third CAC shot put title CLEO-TRICK: Amazing Borel wins third CAC shot put title
  01 Aug

Walters hurdles to TT’s 23rd CAC medal

RUEBIN Walters took TT's medal count to 23 yesterday after copping silver in the men's 110m hurdles at the Central America and Caribbean Games, in Barranquilla, Colombia. See article …
Walters hurdles to TT’s 23rd CAC medal Walters hurdles to TT’s 23rd CAC medal
         
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