Gifted Keshorn can do with one more present

Keshorn Walcott is arguably the most gifted athlete in the history of Trinidad and Tobago’s sport after his gold medal javelin throw at the London 2012 Olympics was rewarded with $1 million in cash, an estimated $2.5 million house in Federation Park, 20,000 acres of land in Toco’s vicinity and an airplane, lighthouse and housing scheme named in his honour.

It’s going pretty difficult for Walcott’s mom to find him a Christmas gift this year.

Wired868 can think of one more appreciable Government present: a highway that gets you from the Piarco International Airport—or Federation Park—to Toco in less than 12 hours.


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