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  31 Aug

Tiny T&T with big Olympic impact

As tiny a nation that T&T is, has stamped its class at the Olympics. Today, T&T turns 55 years and over those decades and more, our athletes have represented this country with pride at the international multi-sport event that is hosted by a different city every four years, an occasion that all athletes look forward to and cherish. See article …
Tiny T&T with big Olympic impact Tiny T&T with big Olympic impact
  30 Aug

Ahye bags Zagreb bronze

Michelle-Lee Ahye captured women's 100 metres bronze at the Hanzekovic Memorial IAAF World Challenge meet in Zagreb, Croatia, yesterday. See article …
Ahye bags Zagreb bronze Ahye bags Zagreb bronze
  28 Aug

Telesford best at University Worlds

Dan-Neil Telesford was the best Trinidad and Tobago track and field athlete on show at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan. See article …
Telesford best at University Worlds Telesford best at University Worlds
  27 Aug

Telesford fifth in University Games 200m final

T&T's Dan-Neil Telesford missed out on a medal in the men's 200 metres event, placing fifth in the final yesterday at the World University Games (Summer Universiade) in Taipei City, Taiwan. See article …
Telesford fifth in University Games 200m final Telesford fifth in University Games 200m final
  26 Aug

Walcott fifth in Diamond final Seventh spot for Borel

Keshorn Walcott produced an 85.11 metres throw to claim fifth spot in the IAAF Diamond League men's javelin final in Zurich, Switzerland, on Thursday. The Trinidad and Tobago field athlete earned US$5,000 for his performance at the Weltklasse meet. See article …
Walcott fifth in Diamond final Seventh spot for Borel Walcott fifth in Diamond final Seventh spot for Borel
  25 Aug

Walcott 5th, Borel 7th in Diamond League

Keshorn Walcott and Cleopatra Borel both endured disappointing performances at the Diamond league in Zurich yesterday. It was the penultimate event of the season and the T&T duo finished down the pack in their events. See article …
Walcott 5th, Borel 7th in Diamond League Walcott 5th, Borel 7th in Diamond League
  25 Aug

Keshorn 5th in Zurich Diamond League

Trinidad and Tobago's double Olympic medallist Keshorn Walcott finished outside the medal positions yesterday at the Diamond League meet in Zurich, Switzerland. See article …
Keshorn 5th in Zurich Diamond League
  24 Aug

Alfred advancesto 400m semis

T&T quarter-miler Darren Alfred put together a good race to progress to the next round in the men's 400 metres event at the 29th Summer Universiade yesterday in Taipei City, Taiwan. See article …
Alfred advancesto 400m semis
  22 Aug

Walcott hunts Diamond League medal

T&T's Keshorn Walcott will mount another challenge against the leading throwers in the world when they assemble for the men's javelin event at the final IAAF Diamond League meeting on Thursday in Zurich, Switzerland. See article …
Walcott hunts Diamond League medal Walcott hunts Diamond League medal
  21 Aug

Rotich returning to defend Venture 5k title

Kenyan Kenneth Rotich will return to Couva on September 13th to defend his Venture 5K title, but on the women's side, local charge Tonya Nero remains a doubt. The latter is currently working on a professional visa that can aid her in travelling between the United States and T&T to continue her long distance athletic career internationally. See article …
Rotich returning to defend Venture 5k title Rotich returning to defend Venture 5k title
  20 Aug

Voisin’s golden touch

In an interview, Dexter Voisin, manager of the T&T team that brought international joy after securing two medals (a gold and bronze) at the recent 16th IAAF World Championships in London, England, pointed out that a team manger's job was in the background. See article …
Voisin’s golden touch Voisin’s golden touch
  19 Aug

TT to compete at World University Games

A TRINIDAD and Tobago contingent left on Thursday for the 29th Summer Universiade Games, also known as the World University Games, which will be held in Taipei City, Taipei from today until August 31. See article …
TT to compete at World University Games
  19 Aug

Richards, Cedenio honoured in hometown

As Point Fortin celebrated their son of the soil with a grand street procession and the keys to the borough, the double World Championships medallist Jereem Richards had one wish—the completion of the long awaited Mahaica Oval.  See article …
Richards, Cedenio honoured in hometown Richards, Cedenio honoured in hometown
 

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‘Point’ celebrates Jereem - World Championships hero appeals for Mahaica Oval completion

AS POINT FORTIN yesterday celebrated the achievements of homeboy Jareem Richards at the IAAF World Championships in London, the athlete used it as an opportunity to appeal for the completion of the Mahaica Oval, a sporting complex in the borough. See article …
‘Point’ celebrates Jereem - World Championships hero appeals for Mahaica Oval completion ‘Point’ celebrates Jereem - World Championships hero appeals for Mahaica Oval completion
  18 Aug

Dr Mitchell salutes region’s Athletes

ST GEORGE'S—The Chairman of Caricom (Caribbean Community) and Prime Minister of Grenada Dr Keith Mitchell has congratulated Caribbean athletes who recently participated in the IAAF World Championships in Athletics and the World Para Athletics Championships in London. See article …
Dr Mitchell salutes region’s Athletes Dr Mitchell salutes region’s Athletes
  17 Aug

Lalonde ‘Trini to d bone’

"I screamed so hard. I could not believe it. I am overwhelmed. I am numb. But I had a suspicion something would happen. I would text and tell Lalonde he would be getting the gold. There are no words to express how happy I am. I am so proud." See article …
Lalonde ‘Trini to d bone’ Lalonde ‘Trini to d bone’
  17 Aug

Injured John keeps faith with red, white and black

While T&T fetes our freshly minted gold medal 4x400 metre men's World Championship relay team of Lalonde Gordon, Machel Cedenio, Jarrin Solomon and Jereem Richards, who is also the men's 200 metre bronze medallist; we cannot ignore their constant cries for help and support which some continued to make even as the games were in progress in London, England over the last two weeks. See article …
Injured John keeps faith with red, white and black Injured John keeps faith with red, white and black
  17 Aug

Bolt hits back at doubters

USAIN BOLT delivered a rebuke to those who questioned whether he really suffered an injury in his farewell race at the World Athletics Championships by revealing details of his hamstring tear yesterday.See article …
Bolt hits back at doubters Bolt hits back at doubters
  17 Aug

Hasely admits tipping Richards for World Champs medals

TRINIDAD AND Tobago's first Olympic gold medallist, Hasely Crawford, took the time off on his 67th birthday yesterday to comment on the remarkable achievements of the national athletes at the IAAF World Championships in London, England. See article …
Hasely admits tipping Richards for World Champs medals
  16 Aug

Lewis: Don’t forget Rio reaction

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. See article …
 Lewis: Don’t forget Rio reaction  Lewis: Don’t forget Rio reaction
  16 Aug

Jereem’s dad laments lack of recognition

Like most citizens, Phillip Richards celebrated his son, Jereem Richards' gold and bronze medal performances at the IAAF World Athletic Championships. But as a father, he was left feeling hurt by the lack of recognition he himself has since received. See article …
Jereem’s dad laments lack of recognition Jereem’s dad laments lack of recognition
  16 Aug

London and the CPL effect

THE LAST FIVE days of sport in Port of Spain and London have made for some riveting viewing. In London on Sunday, there was a contrast of spectacles, but similar depths of emotion, depending on who you were. See article …
London and the CPL effect London and the CPL effect
  16 Aug

Our athletes must be treated better, now too

Despite the glorious gold medal achieved by T&T's 4x400 men's team in the relays final, added to the individual bronze medal from Jereem Richards in the 200 metres final, the theme at these World Championships was not about "Team", but it was rather "Theme"—that our athletes must be treated better. See article …
Our athletes must be treated better, now too Our athletes must be treated better, now too
  16 Aug

Humble Richards driven to succeed

ACHIEVING one's goal is all good but a positive attitude is what tends to be remembered. Despite his outstanding achievements, Jereem Richards – gold medallist with the men's 4x400-metre relay team and bronze medallist in the men's 200m at the IAAF World Championships in London, England, maintained a humble attitude on his return to Trinidad. See article …
Humble Richards driven to succeed
  16 Aug

On sporting celebrations and support

Trinidad and Tobago made history on Sunday by winning the 4x400m relay gold at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London. It was our second medal, following Jereem "The Dream" Richards bronze in the men's 200m event—and our best showing at a World Games in 20 years. See article …
On sporting celebrations and support
  16 Aug

Daniel calls for policy on TT athletes’ rewards

ON SUNDAY, Trinidad and Tobago's athletes Jarrin Solomon, Jereem Richards, Machel Cedenio and Lalonde Gordon won the men's 4x400-metre finals at the IAAF World Championships in London, England. See article …
Daniel calls for policy on TT athletes’ rewards
  15 Aug

CEDENIO COMING STRONG - World champ expects 'big' 2018 season

Machel Cedenio was crowned world champion on Sunday, along with his men's 4x400 metres teammates Jarrin Solomon, Jereem "The Dream" Richards and Lalonde Gordon. See article …
CEDENIO COMING STRONG - World champ expects 'big' 2018 season CEDENIO COMING STRONG - World champ expects 'big' 2018 season
  15 Aug

Crawford: It’s normal practice...athletes accustomed to travelling economy class

Olympian Hasely Crawford says it is a normal practice for Trinidad and Tobago athletes to travel economy. He also said many of these athletes get funding and do not account for it and give the impression they are starving for funds. See article …
Crawford: It’s normal practice...athletes accustomed to travelling economy class Crawford: It’s normal practice...athletes accustomed to travelling economy class
  15 Aug

Richards dedicates 2017 success to mom Yvette

JEREEM RICHARDS, who bagged a pair of medals at the recently-concluded IAAF World Championships in London, England (gold in the men's 4x400-metre relay and bronze in the men's 200m), was given a hero's welcome upon his return home, at the Piarco International Airport yesterday. See article …
Richards dedicates 2017 success to mom Yvette
  14 Aug

Govt congratulates men’s 4x4 relay team

This is what was witnessed on Sunday as Team TTO's men's 4x400 metres relay squad struck gold at the London Stadium, in England, in a new national record (2:58.12) and 2017 world leading time, as the curtain was drawn on the 16th IAAF World Championships. See article …
Govt congratulates men’s 4x4 relay team Govt congratulates men’s 4x4 relay team
  14 Aug

Relay quartet deliver on Gold promise

T&T and quartet of Jarrin Solomon, Jereem Richards, Machel Cedenio and Lalonde Gordon, each produced the runs of their lives to deliver as promised, the men's 4x400 metres relay gold medal which brought the curtain down on the 2017 IAAF World Championship at the Olympic Stadium in London, England yesterday. See article …
Relay quartet deliver on Gold promise Relay quartet deliver on Gold promise
  14 Aug

SOPHIA'S CHOICE - Flight back to T&T: independent senator gives up business class seat to gold medallist Jereem

Independent Senator Sophia Chote proved she has a heart of gold when she gave up her business class seat to gold medallist Jereem "The dream" Richards, who was seated in economy at the back of the British Airways plane on the return flight from London. See article …
SOPHIA'S CHOICE - Flight back to T&T: independent senator gives up business class seat to gold medallist Jereem SOPHIA'S CHOICE - Flight back to T&T: independent senator gives up business class seat to gold medallist Jereem
  14 Aug

Richards calls for more support for track & field

Double medallist at the just concluded IAAF World Championships has called on the public to come out in support of local track and field in the future. See article …
Richards calls for more support for track & field Richards calls for more support for track & field
  14 Aug

REASON TO SUPPORT - 4x4 title an eye-opener, says Solomon

A lack of support has been a common theme for Trinidad and Tobago athletes at the 2017 IAAF World Championships here in London, England. Yesterday, Jarrin Solomon, Jereem "The Dream" Richards, Machel Cedenio and anchorman Lalonde Gordon let their feet do the talking, addressing the powers-that-be with gold in the men's 4x400 metres relay. See article …
REASON TO SUPPORT - 4x4 title an eye-opener, says Solomon REASON TO SUPPORT - 4x4 title an eye-opener, says Solomon
  14 Aug

How sweet it is!

This is what global sporting success does for us. Of course yesterday's magnificent triumph in the men's 4 x 400-metre relay final at the World Athletics Championships in London doesn't solve any of our many problems. See article …
How sweet it is! How sweet it is!
  14 Aug

Bolt confirms exit from track and field arena

Usain Bolt took an emotional final bow on the track at the end of the World Championships in London yesterday before declaring that, definitely and definitively, there was no way he would ever return to sprinting.
Bolt confirms exit from track and field arena
  13 Aug

Walcott 7th; sprint relay teams disappointed

T&T's second Olympic games gold medallist Keshorn Walcott finished seventh from a field of 13 medal contenders in the men's javelin event. See article …
Walcott 7th; sprint relay teams disappointed Walcott 7th; sprint relay teams disappointed
  13 Aug

Richards vie for second medal at World Champs

JEREEM RICHARDS will be vying for his second medal on the last day of the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England today. See article …
Richards vie for second medal at World Champs Richards vie for second medal at World Champs
  13 Aug

LIVE BLOG: 2017 IAAF World Championship

Twenty-three athletes will fly the Red, White and Black at the August 4-13 IAAF World Championships in London, England. Keshorn Walcott, Michelle-Lee Ahye, Kelly-Ann Baptiste, Jereem Richards and Machel Cedenio are among the Trinidad and Tobago athletes who will bid for individual honours at the global meet. See article …
LIVE BLOG: 2017 IAAF World Championship LIVE BLOG: 2017 IAAF World Championship
  13 Aug

Quarter-milers eye ‘Worlds’ medal

T&T's men's 4x400 metres relay team promises to produce a blinding performance in the 4x400 metres relay final today and bring the curtain down on the 2017 IAAF World Championship at the Olympic Stadium in London, England. The race will take place at 4.15 pm. See article …
Quarter-milers eye ‘Worlds’ medal Quarter-milers eye ‘Worlds’ medal
  12 Aug

A CRY FOR HELP - Sixth in final, 4 x 1 women call for relay camp

KELLY-ANN BAPTISTE is pleading with the authorities to put a proper programme in place to prepare Trinidad and Tobago relay teams. Baptiste was speaking shortly after anchoring T&T to sixth spot in the IAAF World Championship women's 4x100 metres final at the London Stadium, here in England, yesterday. See article …
A CRY FOR HELP - Sixth in final, 4 x 1 women call for relay camp A CRY FOR HELP - Sixth in final, 4 x 1 women call for relay camp
  12 Aug

Walcott aims for javelin medal in London

KESHORN Walcott will aim for another medal on the world stage when he competes in the men's javelin final at the 2017 IAAF London World Championships, today. See article …
Walcott aims for javelin medal in London Walcott aims for javelin medal in London
  12 Aug

WALCOTT SEVENTH - 4x4 men primed for podium

KESHORN WALCOTT made a promising start to his medal bid in the IAAF World Championship men's javelin final at the London Stadium, here in England, yesterday. See article …
WALCOTT SEVENTH - 4x4 men primed for podium WALCOTT SEVENTH - 4x4 men primed for podium
  11 Aug

Jereem Richards cops bronze in men’s 200m

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Jereem Richards cops bronze in men’s 200m Jereem Richards cops bronze in men’s 200m
  11 Aug

Jereem beams for bronze - John resting after scary hurdles crash

Jereem Richards was beaming as he stood on the podium at the London Stadium, here in England, yesterday. Richards featured in his first IAAF World Championship medal ceremony, the newest Trinidad and Tobago track star receiving his hard-earned men's 200 metres bronze. See article …
Jereem beams for bronze - John resting after scary hurdles crash
  10 Aug

'NO JINX' KESHORN - Two-time Olympic medallist in first Worlds fina

JUST ONE throw. That's all it took for Trinidad and Tobago's Keshorn Walcott to break the jinx that had seen him eliminated in the men's javelin qualifying round in his two previous IAAF World Championship outings. See article …
'NO JINX' KESHORN - Two-time Olympic medallist in first Worlds fina 'NO JINX' KESHORN - Two-time Olympic medallist in first Worlds fina
  10 Aug

Richards vies for 200m gold today at World Champs

JEREEM RICHARDS will aim to get Trinidad and Tobago's first medal at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, when he competes in the men's 200-metre final, today. See article …
Richards vies for 200m gold today at World Champs Richards vies for 200m gold today at World Champs
  10 Aug

Richards eyes medal with confidence

T&T's brightest medal prospect after five days of action at the 2017 IAAF World Championship, Jereem Richards mesmerised all after he won the second Men's 200 metres semi-final race with some audacious running, to comprehensively dominate his challengers and post an impressive time of 20.14, the second fastest of the three races on a very cold the evening at the Olympic Stadium in London, England yesterday. See article …
Richards eyes medal with confidence Richards eyes medal with confidence
  10 Aug

READY TO RUMBLE - Confident Jereem eases into 200 final

Jereem Richards chases global glory at 4.52 this afternoon (T&T time) at the London Stadium here in London, England. The 23-year-old sprinter will run in lane seven in the 2017 IAAF World Championship men's 200 metres final. See article …
READY TO RUMBLE - Confident Jereem eases into 200 final READY TO RUMBLE - Confident Jereem eases into 200 final
  10 Aug

Richards snares 200m Bronze

T&T's Jereem Richards was awarded the bronze medal despite posting the same time 20.11 seconds with South Africa's Wayde Van Niekerk, the pre-race favourite and behind the surprised winner Turkey's Ramil Guliyev in the men's 200 metres final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships at te Olympic Stadium in London, England last night. See article …
Richards snares 200m Bronze Richards snares 200m Bronze
  09 Aug

Ahye struck down by virus

The temperature in England dropped to 15 degrees Celsius, one could not be blamed for having sympathy with the athletes from the Caribbean in particular. The end result was the surprise announcement of the withdrawal of sixth placed 100 meters runner Michelle-Lee Ahye of T&T from the 200 metres event, some three hours before the start of the heats. See article …
Ahye struck down by virus Ahye struck down by virus
  09 Aug

NO SUPPORT - Shattered Sparkle mulls retirement

The message is loud and clear. Some of Trinidad and Tobago's best athletes are hurting, and breaking point is fast approaching for the country's sporting ambassadors. See article …
NO SUPPORT - Shattered Sparkle mulls retirement NO SUPPORT - Shattered Sparkle mulls retirement
  09 Aug

Boldon backs Richards in 200m

All of T&T is alive and confident after Jereem Richards captured the attention of the World with a dazzling 20.05 seconds on Monday in the Men's 200 metres race at the World Championships in London, England. Compatriot Kyle Greaux joined him in today's semi-final rounds. See article …
Boldon backs Richards in 200m Boldon backs Richards in 200m
  09 Aug

Hackett books spot in women’s 200m semis

TRINIDAD and Tobago sprinter Semoy Hackett qualified for the semi-finals of the women's 200-metre event, while Michelle- Lee Ahye did not start due to a virus, at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, yesterday. See article …
Hackett books spot in women’s 200m semis
  08 Aug

Richards cruises into men’s 200m semis

TRINIDAD and Tobago athlete Jereem Richards cruised into the semi-finals of the men's 200-metre event at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, yesterday. See article …
Richards cruises into men’s 200m semis Richards cruises into men’s 200m semis
  07 Aug

DEJA VU 100 FINAL - Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th as Bowie lunges to gold

There was a case of déjà vu at the London Stadium here in London, England, yesterday, Trinidad and Tobago sprinters Michelle-Lee Ahye and Kelly-Ann Baptiste repeating their historic feat of two years ago, in Beijing, China. See article …
DEJA VU 100 FINAL - Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th as Bowie lunges to gold DEJA VU 100 FINAL - Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th as Bowie lunges to gold
  07 Aug

Neglected Mikel Thomas at career crossroads - Early exits too for Walters and Williams

"I could work at McDonald's and make more money than I'm doing as an athlete. I'm trying so hard, but without support…" Mikel Thomas has represented Trinidad and Tobago with pride over the years. See article …
Neglected Mikel Thomas at career crossroads - Early exits too for Walters and Williams Neglected Mikel Thomas at career crossroads - Early exits too for Walters and Williams
  07 Aug

Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th in 100m final

For the first time, T&T had two women in a 100 metres finals at the World Championships, after both Kelly-Ann Baptiste and Michelle-Lee Ahye progressed from their semi-final races to the final at the Queen Elizabeth Park Stadium, London, England yes­terday.  See article …
Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th in 100m final Ahye 6th, Baptiste 8th in 100m final
  07 Aug

GOLDEN GOAL - Richards leads the way into 200 semis

Jereem Richards issued a stern warning to his rivals in the opening round of the IAAF World Championship men's 200 metres event at the London Stadium here in London, England, yesterday. The 23-year-old sprinter looked very comfortable in winning heat two in a fast 20.05 seconds. See article …
GOLDEN GOAL - Richards leads the way into 200 semis GOLDEN GOAL - Richards leads the way into 200 semis
  07 Aug

Ahye sixth, Baptiste eighth in Women’s 100m final

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye and Kelly-Ann Baptiste finished sixth and eighth respectively in the women's 100-metre final at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, yesterday. See article …
Ahye sixth, Baptiste eighth in Women’s 100m final
  07 Aug

Anguish and anxiety

We were hoping for something memorable from Usain Bolt in his farewell individual sprint and he delivered, although not in the manner most expected. See article …
Anguish and anxiety Anguish and anxiety
  06 Aug

Ahye, Baptiste book spots in women’s 100m semis

NATIONAL women's sprinters Michelle-Lee Ahye and Kelly-Ann Baptiste both qualified for the women's 100-metre semi-finals at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, yesterday. See article …
Ahye, Baptiste book spots in women’s 100m semis
  05 Aug

AHYE LEADS THE CHARGE - Women's 100 & men's 400 heats today

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye will lead the charge for Trinidad and Tobago in the opening round of the IAAF World Championship women's 100 metres event, here in London, England, this morning. See article …
AHYE LEADS THE CHARGE - Women's 100 & men's 400 heats today AHYE LEADS THE CHARGE - Women's 100 & men's 400 heats today
  05 Aug

Callender, Bledman eliminated in 100m heats

IT WAS a tough start for Trinidad and Tobago at the 2017 London IAAF World Championships, as Emmanuel Callender and Keston Bledman did not advance to the semi-finals of the men's 100-metre event, yesterday. See article …
Callender, Bledman eliminated in 100m heats Callender, Bledman eliminated in 100m heats
  05 Aug

Four T&T athletes move on to semis

First on the track at the London Olympic Stadium in England was bronze medallist in the London Olympics 400 metres, Lalonde Gordon who was second in his heat and advanced with a season's best 45.02 seconds for overall ninth fastest time into the semifinal round. See article …
Four T&T athletes move on to semis Four T&T athletes move on to semis
  05 Aug

T&T athletes in the hunt - Ahye, Baptiste chase 100m honours

Michelle-Lee Ahye and Kelly-Ann Baptiste have tough IAAF World Championship women's 100 metres semi-final assignments at the London Stadium, here in London, England, today. See article …
T&T athletes in the hunt - Ahye, Baptiste chase 100m honours T&T athletes in the hunt - Ahye, Baptiste chase 100m honours
  05 Aug

T&T sprinters fail to progress to semis

T&T sprinters Emmanual Callender and Keston Bledman did not advance to the next round in the Men's 100 metres at the IAAF World Championships in London, England, yesterday. See article …
T&T sprinters fail to progress to semis T&T sprinters fail to progress to semis
  05 Aug

Rough start - Callender and Bledman out early

Emmanuel Callender and Keston Bledman exited the men's 100 metres event in round one on the opening day of the IAAF World Championships here in London, England, yesterday. See article …
Rough start - Callender and Bledman out early Rough start - Callender and Bledman out early
  05 Aug

Gatlin spoils Bolt’s farewell

At the end of a career in which he has dominated his sport for a decade, Bolt was beaten in his final 100-metre race by an American almost five years his senior — Justin Gatlin. See article …
Gatlin spoils Bolt’s farewell Gatlin spoils Bolt’s farewell
  05 Aug

BOLT BEATEN! Party pooper Gatlin snatches gold

USAIN BOLT was expected to ride off into the sunset with yet another IAAF World Championship men's 100 metres gold medal draped around his neck. But Justin Gatlin's copy of the 'Bolt Retires In Style' script apparently got lost in the mail. See article …
BOLT BEATEN! Party pooper Gatlin snatches gold BOLT BEATEN! Party pooper Gatlin snatches gold
  04 Aug

Baptiste looking forward to World Championships campaign

VETERAN TRINIDAD and Tobago sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste is looking forward to the IAAF World Track and Field Championships, which will get going today at London, England. See article …
Baptiste looking forward to World Championships campaign
  03 Aug

Crawford, Serrette eye four medals

As team T&T athletes get ready for an assault on London World Championships which speeds-off today, two of the sports leading administrators believe that it will be very competitive and the team will have to be on top of its respective forms. Both however, agree that four medals is a possibility given the talent on display. See article …
Crawford, Serrette eye four medals Crawford, Serrette eye four medals
  03 Aug

TIME FOR IMPACT - Callender, Bledman ready for London 100

Emmanuel Callender is enjoying one of the best seasons of his career, while Keston Bledman is enduring one of his worst. But both Trinidad and Tobago sprinters will go into action at the 2017 IAAF World Championships here in London, England, today, confident of making an impact. See article …
TIME FOR IMPACT - Callender, Bledman ready for London 100 TIME FOR IMPACT - Callender, Bledman ready for London 100
  03 Aug

T&T’s athletes arrive in London

Some of T&T's track and field stars have arrived in London, with hopes of medals at the IAAF World Championships which starts tomorrow in England and runs until August 13. See article …
T&T’s athletes arrive in London
  02 Aug

Joyful John - T&T sprint hurdler thrilled with London late call

Deborah John is thrilled with her late call for the 2017 IAAF World Championships here in London, England. See article …
Joyful John - T&T sprint hurdler thrilled with London late call Joyful John - T&T sprint hurdler thrilled with London late call
  01 Aug

Bailey: Never bet against Bolt - Blake could prove a threat, says Ato

Former 100 metres world record holder Donovan Bailey has backed Usain Bolt to bow out in triumph at the World Championships later this week despite his slow build-up to the athletics showpiece. Bolt logged his season best (SB) of 9.95 seconds just under two weeks ago in Monaco, a time beaten by a raft of sprinters this year. See article …
Bailey: Never bet against Bolt - Blake could prove a threat, says Ato Bailey: Never bet against Bolt - Blake could prove a threat, says Ato
         
         
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