Kwesi Browne(TTO) during the first round of the Men’s Keirin. He placed third and didn’t automatically advance, but got into the semifinals with a win in the Repechage on day 2 of the Elite Pan American Track Championships at the National Cycling Centre, Couva, yesterday. PHOTO: RICHARD LYDER/ CA IMAGES

There were thrills and spills on Thursday’s second day of the Elite Pan American Senior Track Cycling Championships at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain Couva, with T&T’s only realistic medal hope Keron Bramble being the centre of a massive spill that saw him being thrown off his bike and into the stands during the Men’s keirin.

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.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago football team coach Dennis Lawrence yesterday announced a 25-man roster for the pair of 2018 FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Zone Final Round Qualifiers against Honduras, on Friday at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, and away to Panama, at Panama City, on September 5.

Dexter Skeene, long serving Chief Executive Officer of the T&T Pro League has rubbished talk of the country’s premier football competition, now in its 19th season grinding to a halt, due to a lack of financial support.

SAVOURING THE MOMENT: Trinidad and Tobago’s Lalonde Gordon looks to the stands after completing victory in the men’s 4x400m final at the IAAF World Championships in London on Saturday. —Photo: AFP

TRINIDAD and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis has warned athletes to temper their reactions to the country’s celebrations of their recent IAAF World Championship success with the expressed disappointment in the national athletes at last year’s Rio Olympics.

OPTIMISTIC: CEO of the TT Pro League, Dexter Skeene.

Chief Executive Office (CEO) Dexter Skeene has said that the Trinidad and Tobago professional football league (TT Pro League) will ride out difficult times and that they are in talks with corporate stakeholders and the Government to ensure its survival.