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

Bajan Shane Brathwaite, second from lleft, takes gold in the CAC 110m hurdles yesterday ahead of TT's Ruebin Walters, left, in Colombia.

RUEBIN Walters took TT’s medal count to 23 yesterday after copping silver in the men’s 110m hurdles at the Central America and Caribbean Games, in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Read more: Walters hurdles to TT’s 23rd CAC medal

T&T’s Khalifa St Fort

Track and Field athletes, Khalifa St Fort and Alena Brooks added two more silver medals to T&T’s tally when the final week of competition at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games began in Barranquilla, Colombia, yesterday.

Read more: Silver for St Fort, Brooks

TTOC president Brian Lewis , right, collects a cheque from Ayesha Boucaud-Claxton, Guardian Group’s senior manager, group corporate communications, to aid the TTOC's #10golds24 athlete welfare and preparation fund recently.

STARTING this week, the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC) will begin distributing monetary rewards to athletes who have already earned medals at the Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games.

Read more: TTOC to reward CAC medallists this week

TT's Teneil Campbell, right, 2018 CAC Games road race champion, celebrates with compatriot Alexi Costa yesterday in Colombia.

Campbell ecstatic after CAC road cycling gold

Read more: ‘We’re coming for the world’

GOLD GALORE: TT cyclist Nicholas Paul shows off his three CAC Games gold medals on his return at the Piarco International Airport yesterday from Colombia.

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