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  • TTOC/TTCGA Medical Expense Coverage for Glasgow 2014 Athletes

    5th July- Port. of. Spain The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee(TTOC) and Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association(TTCGA) will provide medical expenses coverage for Trinidad and Tobago(TTO) athletes participating in the Commonwealth Games ...
  • Thompson picks up silver in Paris

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Richard “Torpedo” Thompson picked up silver in the men’s 100 metres dash at the Meeting Areva IAAF Diamond League meet, in Paris, France, yesterday. Running into a 0.8 metres per second headwind, Thompson got to the li...
  • Wright leaps to CAC Juniors gold

    Andwuelle Wright was in dominant mood on day two of the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Junior Track & Field Championships, in Morelia, Mexico, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete produced a 7.15 metres leap to secure gold in the boys’...
  • Thompson sparkles in Canada

    AMBER THOMPSON sparkled in two equestrian events in Canada recently. The 15-year-old placed second overall and was the Reserve Junior Champion in the first show, a Junior/Adult Class with heights up to a metre. Thompson won two of the rounds and fini...
  • Thompson elated

    ...national 100m record-holder pleased over Brown’s return to form The 9.82 seconds scorcher produced by Richard “Torpedo” Thompson was the big story at the NGC/Sagicor National Open Track & Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium ...
  • ROYAL TRADITION

    Part 14: Jehue keeps QRC flag flying Jehue Gordon is part of a tradition of athletic excellence—a Royal tradition. Way back in the 1930s, McDonald Bailey attended Queen’s Royal College. He went on to become an Olympic medallist, earning men’s ...
  • GOLDEN DEBUT

    Ahye wins at first Diamond League meet Michelle-Lee Ahye struck gold on her IAAF Diamond League debut, in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter topped the Athletissima women’s 100 metres field in an impressive 10.98 se...
  • T&T claim 7 medals at CISC Open Water Championships

    Trinidad and Tobago ended the Caribbean Island Swimming Championships  (CISC) Open Water Competition on a high after Christian Marsden won the boys’ 14-17 5km event in Barbados yesterday.Christian won the event in a time of one hour, six minutes, 53 se...
  • Nero completes Caricom 10K hat-trick

    Tonya Nero successfully defended her Caricom 10K women’s title, returning a time of 38 minutes, 36 seconds to place ninth overall in Sunday’s race in Antigua. The triumph was Nero’s third in a row, the Trinidad and Tobago athlete completing a ha...
  • Guyana beat USA South 30 – 27 to win NACRA 15’s Championship

    GUYANA’s 15’s Rugby Team captain Ryan Gonsalves was hailed a hero after his penalty kick that scored in sudden death saw Guyana defeating defending champions USA South to win the North American and Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) 30 – 27 yesterd...
  • Griffith plans sweeping changes for Life Sport

    ...even as security concerns hold up audit The Life Sport programme, in its original format, no longer exists. A massive restructuring planned for the beleagured programme effectively shuts down the whole existing system and gives the new line minister...
  • Narine back for T20 series vs Kiwis

    T&T’s mystery spinner Sunil Narine has been chosen on the West Indies team for the upcoming two-match T20 series against New Zealand next weekend in Dominica. The right arm off-spinner was banned from playing against the same opponents in the current Te...
  • Can T&T reach another World Cup?

    Is Trinidad and Tobago ready for CONCACAF? Given the improved performances of the three (Costa Rica, Mexico and USA) most powerful nations within CONCACAF at the World Cup, several burning questions have to be answered as I am sure they are already oscill...
  • James Rodríguez: the meteoric rise of a new Colombian football superstar

    A youth prodigy given his big break by a suspected associate of Pablo Escobar, Rodríguez has taken Carlos Valderrama’s No10 shirt and may steal his crown as Colombia’s greatest ever playerJames Rodríguez’s maturity has long been one of his hallmar...
  • Jehue, Walcott in Commonwealth 43-member squad

    Reigning men’s 400 metres hurdles world champion Jehue Gordon, 2012 Olympic men’s javelin gold medallist Keshorn Walcott, and the fastest sprinters in the world this year, Richard ‘Torpedo’ Thompson and Michelle-Lee Ahye, are among 43 track and...
  • Ghana sports minister and deputy sacked after side’s poor World Cup

    Ghana’s president has removed the minister of sport and his deputy from their positions in the wake of the country’s poor performance in the World Cup. The president, John Mahama, gave no reason for the order, but it comes after the team finished bott...
  • Immediate Release:TTO Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Track and Field Team

    The Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA)/Trinidad AND Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) can confirm the Trinidad and Tobago Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games track and field team is as follows: WOMEN: Deandra Daniel-High Jump Cleopatra...
  • NINTH FASTEST!

    ‘Torpedo’ Thompson bolts into top-ten Before last Saturday’s 9.82 seconds golden run at the NGC/Sagicor National Open Track & Field Championships, Thompson was joint-11th on the all-time global list with Americans Leroy Burrell and Mike Rodgers and...
  • Soca Princesses to face Venezuela

    Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women national footbal team will play Venezuela’s senior women’s team in two friendlies next month. The ‘Soca Princesses’ first host their Venezuelan counterparts on July 6 at Mahaica Oval, before meeting them a ...
  • IAAF ranks Thompson, Ahye world’s fastest

    Olympic medallist Richard Thompson and Michelle Lee-Ahye are now the fastest athletes in the world for 2014 in the men’s and women’s 100-metre events respectively. New IAAF rankings declared Thompson’s record breaking 9.82 performance at last Saturd...