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Quincy Wilson broke his own national record at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago, yesterday, the 25-year-old athlete landing the implement 59.65 metres for gold in the Falcons Invitational men’s discus event.

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On Saturday, August 6th, the first heats of the Women’s Single Sculls will take place at Lagoa Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, and Aisha Chow will carry her Fluid single down to the water at Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, "located in the heart of Rio with a spectacular backdrop of mountains, the Tijuca Forest and Christ the Redeemer statue at Corcovado."

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Kendra Harrison has won the second fastest time in history this year for the 100m hurdles but still faces intense competition to make America's Olympic team for Rio 2016 ©Getty Images

Hayward Field in Eugene in Oregon is an arena awaiting drama right now as the best of United States’ athletes prepare for the sudden-death phenomenon of the Olympic Track and Field Trials, which are due to start tomorrow.

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TRIPLE OLYMPIC medallist Richard Thompson and Semoy Hackett topped the respective men’s and women’s 100 metres preliminary round fields yesterday, as the 2016 NGC/Sagicor-sponsored NAAA National Open Track and Field Championships began at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

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CHAMPION: Richard Thompson, second from left, races to the line to win the men's 100 metres final in 9.97 seconds ahead of Emmanuel Callender, left, Rondell Sorrillo, third from left, and Keston Bledman at the NAAA National Open Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Mucurapo, yesterday. See story on Page A46. Photo: Anthony Harris

Richard Thompson's face said it all after he sped across the line to win the Men's 100 metres final at the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships, "It's great to be champion again." His comment after taking gold in spectacular fashion.

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Top national women’s sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste says knowing that Trinidad and Tobago’s women’s 4x100 metre (m) relay team has a chance to make history at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games is one of her biggest motivations.

Read more: Baptiste: Relay team aims to make history

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