Trinidad and Tobago’s Chief Justice lends support to the national bid to win ten or more Olympic gold medals by the 2024 Olympic Games (#10Golds24). This bid is a project of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), which was officially launched in 2015 to support our nation’s athletes. The Honourable the Chief Justice Mr Justice Ivor Archie O.R.T.T. and family will participate in the 34th Edition of the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM), together with members of the TTOC.
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has vowed to restore trust and credibility in the sport, outlining several key timelines to achieve the goal when announcing his roadmap for the future of athletics.
Long distance runner, Derrick McIntyre, 77-years-old, is expected to be one of the oldest and most experienced athletes to take on the gruelling 26.2 mile course at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM) which runs off from St Mary’s Junction in Freeport to the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain on Sunday morning.
Quartermiler Machel Cedenio has expressed shock having been named as the T&T Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) choice for Sportsman of the Year 2015.
Leading entertainer Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez will partner with the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) to raise awareness about its 10 Golds by 2024 Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund initiative.
Machel Cedenio is on the rise. The 20-year-old 400-metre sprinter followed up his 2014 Junior Sportsman of the Year award with the senior equivalent at the gala last Tuesday evening, however one cannot help but feel that this is just the beginning for the young sprinter.