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A Third Record Set In 2019 - Women`s Marathon

by Bernard Linley

12.11.2019

When preparing the story New Records in Two Events During 2019 last November I never imagined that a third record would be broken before year end. But on 8 December, less than one month later, Tonya Nero set a new marathon record of 2h42:58 in Sacramento, California, breaking the 2h43:14 national record she did at the 2012 Rotterdam marathon . Read More See Article

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Guidance on Safe Return to Training for Track and Field Athletes

From Ephraim Serrette, NAAATT President

21.06.2020

As President, I take this opportunity to thank you, the public for your patience during these unusual times that we are experiencing along with the rest of the world. I also extend my appreciation for your continued commitment and dedication to ensure that your fitness levels remain at competition standard as the levels of creativity that have been adapted by both coaches and athletes have been commendable whilst still maintaining the regulations implemented by the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (GORTT). Read More See Article

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Covid-19 Update No.2

From Ephraim Serrette, NAAATT President

27.05.2020

As you may recall, I would have sent a letter to all Member Clubs on May 12, 2020 outlining the current situation surrounding the pandemic that has impacted our sport worldwide. The Association continues to monitor the situation as the Government reopens the country on a phased basis on the advice of the medical experts. Read More See Article

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Covid-19 Update No.1

From Ephraim Serrette, NAAATT President

12.05.2020

I trust that you and your families are keeping well and safe in these unprecendented times. As President, I want to take this opportunity to update you on the latest developments of Government as it relates to our sport, as they continue to implement measures to keep the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago safe during this worldwide pandemic. Read More See Article

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