THE TRINIDAD and Tobago pair of Jereem Richards and Deon Lendore were victorious last evening, in the 300 metres and 400m respectively, at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix meet.
Double World Championship medallist Jereem Richards, is still beaming with pride after receiving the Chaconia Gold medal on Monday. Richards said it was an honour to get a national award, but TT’s latest star athlete said he will not allow his past achievements make him complacent.
T&T's Marc Burn made a successful return to the track on Sunday, winning a silver medal in the men's 60 metres at the KMS Invitational at the Birmingham Metro CrossPlex in Birmingham, Alabama in the United States.
Fourteen-year-old Shaniqua Bascombe and Eighteen-year-old Jaden St Louis, were named the senior Girls and Boys ‘Athletes of the Year,’ respectively at Cougars Track and Field Club annual awards and dinner on Tuesday at the VIP Room of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain.
Athletes of the Cougars Track and Field Club got an early Christmas present on Friday afternoon at their training camp at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.
Responding to calls from T&T’s 4x400 metre men’s relay team for their gold medal run at last June’s IAAF World Championships to finally be recognised, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Darryl Smith is urging patience.