The Panam Sports General Assembly elects Camilo Perez, Tricia Smith and Keith Joseph to join the Association of National Olympic Committees Executive Council.

LIMA, PERU (September 06, 2018) - The Panam Sports General Assembly held an open election to fill the three vacancies on the Association of National Olympic Committees Executive Council to conclude the first day of the Assembly in Lima, Peru.


National volleyballers Jalicia Ross,left, and Kelly-Anne Billingy,right, pose for a picture with 400m hurdler, Jehue Gordon,at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's, during a function hosted by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, for TT athletes who competed at the recent CAC Games, in Colombia.

Govt to distribute cheques to outstanding athletes

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PHYSICALLY fit police officers have greater capabilities on the beat and in emergency situations, says Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith, who said he intends to look into fitness assessments in the police.

Read more: CoP tells police: Fitness counts in crime-fighting

Keshorn Walcott

DOUBLE Olympic men’s javelin medallist Keshorn Walcott will miss the rest of the 2018 track and field season to rest and fully recover after undergoing two elbow surgeries last year.

Read more: Keshorn to miss rest of 2018 season

Stakeholders following yesterday’s launch of the T&T International Marathon at Olympic House on Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain. In photo from left are Gatorade Band Manager Joel Dalrymple, TTIM Chairperson Diane Henderson, Race Director Francis Williams-Smith, Research and Communications Manager Kiss Baking Company Sarah Jones and TTIM General Secretariat/All Sports Promotions Anthony Harford. PICTURE ALLAN V. CRANE

There will be an increase of US$1,000 each to both the men and women winners of the 2018 T&T International Marathon Festival (T&TIMF) marquee event, the 26.2 road race when the 37th edition comes off on Sunday January 27, 2019.

Read more: More $$ for T&T Marathon winners

Courtney Chadee

AT least one person has died as a result of Tuesday’s earthquake. Residents of Arima, and especially staff and students of the Arima Boys’ Government Primary School (ABG), were in mourning after learning of the sudden death of 46-year-old Courtney Chadee.

Read more: Coach dies from heart attack during earthquake


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