News - Central American and Caribbean Games

The Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games took place from July 17 – August 1, 2010 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

TEAM PARTICIPATION

The Trinidad and Tobago contingent amounted to three hundred and twenty (329) persons.
This was comprised of two hundred and thirty-three (233) athletes and ninety-six (96) officials, including medical and administrative staff.

The following table gives details on the Trinidad and Tobago delegation for the CAC Games:

NOS

SPORT

NO OF ATHLETES

NO OF OFFICIALS

1

Aquatics

Swimming

Waterpolo

 

10

13

 

3

2

2

Archery

7

2

3

Athletics

28

10

4

Badminton

7

2

5

Basketball (Women)

12

4

6

Boxing

5

2

7

Canoe/Kayak

2

1

8

Cycling

8

4

9

Equestrian

1

4

10

Football (Women)

18

6

11

Gymnastics

1

2

12

Hockey

32

8

13

Judo

1

1

14

Karate

8

3

15

Rugby

12

3

16

Sailing

6

1

17

Shooting

8

2

18

Squash

8

2

19

Table Tennis

8

3

20

Taekwondo

6

2

21

Tennis

4

1

22

Volleyball

24

7

 

Volleyball (Beach)

4

2

 

Medical

-

15

 

Administration

-

4

 

TOTALS

233

96

Andwuelle Wright collects CAC Games Bronze Medal

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee President, Brian Lewis, presented Long Jumper Andwuelle Wright with his bronze medal at Olympic House this morning (6th August).

Read more: Andwuelle Wright collects CAC Games Bronze Medal

The T&T duo of Jonathan Thomas and Priyanka Dhanie just missed out on adding to this country’s medal haul when the 23rd Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games concluded in Barranquilla, Colombia, yesterday.

Read more: Thomas, Dhanie miss out on CAC bronze

Keshorn Walcott won gold on his last throw in the men’s javelin event at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, last night.

Read more: GOLDEN WALCOTT

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