Trinidad and Tobago’s 4x100m relay men are expected to receive their 2012 Olympic silver medals at the end of this month.
Usain Bolt could stand to lose his 4×100 metres relay Olympic gold medal from Beijing 2008 after his team-mate Nesta Carter was identified as the high-profile Jamaican athlete to have tested positive following a re-analysis of their sample from the Games.
Records tumbled at the National Gas Company (NGC) National Association of Athletics Administrations (NAAA) Juvenile Championships, which took place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo over the weekend.
Trinidad and Tobago track star Richard “Torpedo” Thompson insisted that his thoughts are only on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, even as speculation about a failed drug test by a Jamaican athlete and its possible repercussions have captivated athletics.
The Jamaican Olympic Association (JOA) have officially confirmed that one of their athletes from Beijing 2008 has tested positive for banned performance-enhancing drugs following a re-analysis of the samples.
Richard “Torpedo” Thompson steered his Road to Rio campaign back on track at the Atlanta Georgia Relays, in the United States, on Sunday.