Trinidad and Tobago's Jereem Richards celebrates after winning third place in the final of the men's 200m event at the 2017 IAAF World Championships at the London Stadium in London on August 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
“IT was one of the best feelings ever. I'm hoping it's not a dream.”
Jereem Richards was ecstatic at the London Stadium here in London, England, yesterday, following his battling bronze in the IAAF World Championship men's 200 metres final.
PRESIDENT of the National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Ephraim Serrette was satisfied with the performances of the Trinidad and Tobago athletes over the weekend, but says the focus is ensuring the junior athletes are ready for the senior level.
Please be advised that Trinidad & Tobago Olympian for the sport of rowing, Ms. Felice Aisha Chow, will be participating in the 2017 World Rowing Cup III being held in Lucerne, Switzerland this weekend.
T&T’s Akeem Stewart on his way to breaking his own World record to claim gold in the men’s F44 javelin at the World Para Athletics Championships yesterday at London’s Olympic Stadium in England. PHOTO: MARK DAVIDSON
Akeem Stewart showed his greatness once more, breaking his own World record to claim gold in the men’s F44 javelin at the World Para Athletics Championships yesterday at London’s Olympic Stadium in England.
Javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott and sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye named on the T&T team for the IAAF Wolrd Championships.
Two-time Olympic medallist Keshorn Walcott and sprint sensation Michelle-Lee Ahye will headline a 23-strong team selected to represent T&T at the IAAF World Championships in London, England from August 4-13.
First Citizens Sports Award Winners: Men’s champ Jereem Richards, represented by his sister Brittney (left) holds his trophy along with acting Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly (second from right) while Michelle-Lee Ahye, represented by her mother Raquel (second from right) holds her trophy, while chairman of the First Citizens Sports Foundation Dr Keith Clifford (right) looks on. Photo: Azlan Mohammed