The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) in partnership with BAFA Sports (By Athletes For Athletes) will join together for the launch of its pilot project #GetMovingTTO on Monday 19thNovember, 2018.

Read more: Get Moving TTO: TTOC and BAFA Sports Team up for virtual 5k

On Sunday 18 November 2018, Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Vice President Diane Henderson will participate in her second Ironman (IM) Distance Triathlon. Henderson, the Human Resources IR Officer at Angostura Limited, will travel to Cozumel, Mexico to tackle the gruelling three part race covering a total distance of 140.6 miles.

Read more: TTOC’s Henderson Tackles Ironman Cozumel

Chef Joe Brown (L) and Joanna Banks (R)

Two people are dead following an accident on the Beetham Highway on Saturday morning. 

Preliminary reports indicate that the accident took place just before 7 am today on the shoulder of the eastbound lane of the Beetham Highway.

A group of cyclists from the Slipstream Cycling Club was ploughed into by a motorist.

British expat Joanna Banks, a manager at BP, died on the scene and Chef Joe Brown, executive chef at Jaffa at the Oval succumbed to his injuries while receiving treatment for critical injuries. 

Ten of the other cyclists have been transferred to the hospital.

The driver of the car that mowed down the cyclists told police that his tyre blew out and he lost control of the vehicle.

He reportedly passed a breathalyser test administered at the scene. 

This story will be updated as more information comes in. 


Cities are increasingly using sports events – and sport generally – to strategically improve social, environmental and economic conditions. Dakar will have the opportunity to do the same ahead of the Youth Olympic Games in 2022

Read more: How cities are using sport to accelerate sustainable development

Project Manager Mc Jasse Salino points to the ongoing works at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, as Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe (centre) and officials from THA, SPORTT and UDECOTT tour the facility on Tuesday.

Costs increase from $5m to $20m

Read more: Shamfa: Yorke Stadium works repairs on schedule

FOUR-TIME Olympic medallist Ato Boldon says informing young athletes about who has come before them is crucial in bridging the gap between the icons of TT and those who will follow.

Boldon made the comment at the viewing of the “Icons of TT Motivational video, shown at the Harts Mas Camp in Woodbrook on Tuesday night.

Read more: We tend to discard our icons and heroes


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