FOR a second consecutive year, the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC) will host its annual awards virtually on December 29.
Trinidad and Tobago international swimmer Dylan Carter and cyclist Teniel Campbell, the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year respectively, reminisced on the most tumultuous year of their sporting careers—after being toasted by the TTOC at its Annual Awards Gala on 29 December, which was held virtually for the first time.
By Cherisse Moe
Top athletes, swimmer Dylan Carter, and cyclist Teniel Campbell, who copped this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) coveted Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards, respectively, admit that they had to overcome many hurdles, in what can be described as the most tumultuous year of their sporting careers, due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, which has changed every aspect of life, including sport.
TT cyclist Teniel Campbell and swimmer Dylan Carter won the sportswoman and sportsman of the year awards respectively at the 26th Annual TT Olympic Committee (TTOC) Awards, on Tuesday. The award ceremony was held virtually because of the covid19 pandemic.
Olympic swimmer Dylan Carter and cyclist Teniel Campbell have been named the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC’s) Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year, respectively, at yesterday’s TTOC Awards Ceremony, which was held virtually.
Carter recently competed with the world’s best in the International...
TTOC annual function to be themed on athletes’ Covid struggles
Resilience. That is the theme of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) 26th Annual Awards Gala that will be hosted virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic today from 6 p.m.
In an interview on TV6’s Morning Edition yesterday, TTOC president Brian Lewis said the theme reflected the athletes’ ability...
ALL IS set for the 26th TT Olympic Committee (TTOC) annual awards ceremony which takes place, for the first time, virtually on Tuesday from 6 pm.
The majority of this year’s edition has been pre-recorded to facilitate a smooth flow of the programme.
TTOC patron, President Paula Mae-Weekes, will deliver a special message to the athletes after a slow competitive year. As is customary, attendees will have to wait until the start of the event to discover who will present the feature address.