The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) has added three athletes to its initial contingent for the Tokyo Olympic Games, after ‘a late request for amendment’ by National Association of Athletic Administrators of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAATT) acting president George Commissiong. A release by Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) …Read More »
Returning Olympic medalists Keshorn Walcott, Richard ‘Torpedo’ Thompson, Machel Cedenio and Deon Lendore are among 30 athletes who will represent Trinidad and Tobago at the Tokyo Olympic Games, which runs from 23 July to 8 August 2021. The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), headed by president Brian Lewis, confirmed …Read More »
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has ruled against ace Trinidad and Tobago cyclist Njisane Phillip for the presence of a prohibited substance in a sample provided by him at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. The CAS ruling supports the decision of the Panam Sports ad hoc disciplinary …Read More »
“It’s a big gap, but not an insurmountable one… There are countless, beautiful comeback stories throughout the history of the sport! It’s what inspires people to pursue sport! “The essence of sport is to rise to the occasion, put one’s best foot forward, and face the doubts and demons that …Read More »
A world record. The pinnacle for any sportsman because no one—ever—has gone as fast, as high, as far or lifted as much, in the history of mankind. Trinidad and Tobago has a lot of medals in its proud sporting history, gold that belie its size relative to its competitors. But …Read More »
Dear Editor: Has TTCF president, Robert Farrier, brought cycling into disrepute with Hartwell attack?
“The fact that the [Trinidad Guardian] article could say, ‘[National Cycling coach Erin] Hartwell rarely uses times made by riders to justify his recommendation for selection, and committee members do not ask for any’ is an outright untruthful statement. “[…] If indeed the President of the TTCF is the anonymous …Read More »