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  30 Sep

Shukla takes Scotiabank 5K hat-trick

SAMANTHA Shukla secured the Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer 5K title for the third year running yesterday when she clocked 18 minutes, 15 seconds to breeze past the competition at the charity event.
Shukla takes Scotiabank 5K hat-trick Shukla takes Scotiabank 5K hat-trick
  29 Sep

5,000 in Scotiabank Women against Breast Cancer 5K

THOUSANDS of elite runners, including two-time defending winner Samantha Shukla, will convene at the Queen's Park Savannah today in a show of solidarity and to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer – the most common form of cancer affecting women in TT – at the 20th annual Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer 5K. See article …
5,000 in Scotiabank Women against Breast Cancer 5K
5,000 in Scotiabank Women against Breast Cancer 5K
  25 Sep

Hypolite: "I feel very happy"

Four years after being promised a national award, Dr Ian Hypolite finally received his honour yesterday. In 2013, following Jehue Gordon's gold medal run in the Men's 400m final, then Minister of Sports Anil Roberts promised Hypolite as well as the athlete, would receive national awards. See article …
Hypolite:
  24 Sep

Dr Hypolite: No hard feelings - Local coach to get national award after 2014 snub

ArRENOWNED local coach Dr Ian Hypolite will finally get a national award, over four years after one was promised to him for guiding 400m hurdler Jehue Gordon to a gold medal at the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, Russia. See article …
Dr Hypolite: No hard feelings - Local coach to get national award after 2014 snub Dr Hypolite: No hard feelings - Local coach to get national award after 2014 snub
  24 Sep

TOP AWARD FOR MOTTLEY - Ex-minister/athlete to receive ORTT

Former government minister and Olympic athlete Wendell Mottley, 77, is a humble patriot who has selflessly served Trinidad and Tobago, says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. See article …
TOP AWARD FOR MOTTLEY - Ex-minister/athlete to receive ORTT TOP AWARD FOR MOTTLEY - Ex-minister/athlete to receive ORTT
  24 Sep

ORTT awarded to Wendell Mottley

Former government minister Wendell Mottley has received the Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (ORTT). Mottley, also a former double Olympic medallist who has an undergraduate degree from Yale University and a Masters in Economics from Cambridge University, was the only person to be conferred with the country's top national award by President Paula-Mae Weekes. See article …
ORTT awarded to Wendell Mottley ORTT awarded to Wendell Mottley
  23 Sep

Hypolite finally gets National Award

Dr Ian Hypolite has no regrets, holds no grudges and will finally receive a national medal for his contribution in the field of sport, five years after being promised one. See article …
Hypolite finally gets National Award Hypolite finally gets National Award
  18 Sep

Justice for all athletes - Crowne launches Sports Law Clinic

Athletes here in Trinidad and Tobago and throughout the Caribbean now have access to legal representation when they choose to fight for their rights. See article …
Justice for all athletes - Crowne launches Sports Law Clinic Justice for all athletes - Crowne launches Sports Law Clinic
  17 Sep

Carlene Haynes-Griffith to be buried today

Carlene Haynes-Griffith, treasurer of the NAAA who died on Monday last, after a period of illness will be buried today following a funeral service at the Church of The Nazarene, Arima at 10 am. Her last rites will be performed at the D'Abadie Public Cemetery. See article …
Carlene Haynes-Griffith to be buried today Carlene Haynes-Griffith to be buried today
  13 Sep

Athletes share $5M for medal success

Triple gold medallist cyclist Nicholas Paul along with fellow champions, javelin thrower Keshorn Walcott and shot putter Cleopatra Borel at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games, were among a group of athletes that were presented their rewards promised by the Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs for their recent successes. See article …
Athletes share $5M for medal success Athletes share $5M for medal success
  09 Sep

Gold for Ahye in England

T&T sprint­ers Michelle-Lee Ahye added an­oth­er medal to her cab­i­net yes­ter­day, by sprint­ing to the gold medal in the Great North City Games in New­cas­tle, Eng­land.  See article …
Gold for Ahye in England Gold for Ahye in England
  08 Sep

Ahye shows class in 150m street race

Michelle-Lee Ahye outclassed her rivals in the Great North City Games in Newcastle, England, yesterday, getting to the line in a wind-assisted 16.49 seconds to grab gold in the women's 150 metres street race. See article …
Ahye shows class in 150m street race Ahye shows class in 150m street race
  06 Sep

Ahye set for England's 150m race

Com­mon­wealth cham­pi­on Michelle-Lee Ahye heads up the women's field over the 150 me­tres at the in­no­v­a­tive Great North CityGames street ath­let­ics meet­ing in Gateshead, Eng­land, on Sat­ur­day. See article …
Ahye set for England's 150m race Ahye set for England's 150m race
  05 Sep

Silver repeat - Ahye 2nd again in IAAF World Challenge

For the second time in three days, Michelle-Lee Ahye has earned silver in an IAAF World Challenge meet women's 100 metres event. At the Hanzekovic Memorial in Zagreb, Croatia, yesterday, the Trinidad and Tobago sprint star clocked 11.28 seconds for the runner-up spot in the century. See article …
Silver repeat  - Ahye 2nd again in IAAF World Challenge Silver repeat  - Ahye 2nd again in IAAF World Challenge
  03 Sep

Ahye secures ISTAF silver

Michelle-Lee Ahye secured silver in the women's 100 metres dash at the ISTAF IAAF World Challenge meet in Berlin, Germany, yesterday. The reigning Commonwealth Games champion clocked 11.13 seconds to finish behind Ivory Coast sprinter Marie-Josee Ta Lou, the winner in 11.08. See article …
Ahye secures ISTAF silver Ahye secures ISTAF silver
  01 Sep

DIAMOND BRONZE - Jereem 3rd in fast Zurich 200

Jereem "The Dream" Richards finished strong in the IAAF Diamond League Final men's 200 metres event in Zurich, Switzerland, yesterday, the Trinidad and Tobago track star getting home in 20.04 seconds to pick up bronze. See article …
DIAMOND BRONZE - Jereem 3rd in fast Zurich 200 DIAMOND BRONZE - Jereem 3rd in fast Zurich 200
         
         
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