Primary school children display a cheque for $150,000 issued by title sponsor of the 32nd Kelvin Nancoo Games 2019. At right stands chair of the Milo West Games Kelvin Nancoo.

THE FUTURE of TT track and field will be in action next week when the 32nd annual Kelvin Nancoo Primary School Games takes place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.

Read more: Future stars to feature at 32nd Kelvin Nancoo Games

Members of Cougars Track and Field Club, who dominated the Barbados Relay Fair at the National Stadium in St Michael on Saturday.

Cougars Track and Field club made a tri­umphant re­turn to Bar­ba­dos last Sat­ur­day when it dom­i­nat­ed the Bar­ba­dos Re­lay Fair which was staged at the Na­tion­al Sta­di­um in St Michael.

Read more: Cougars impress at Bajan Relay Fair

IAAF President Sebastian Coe speaking at the Sport Business Summit in Abu Dhabi (Leaders) © Copyright

IAAF President Sebastian Coe has encouraged the world’s track and field athletes to express their personalities, inside and outside the stadium, to better promote the sport to new audiences.

Read more: ATHLETES’ PERSONALITIES AND CONNECTION TO FANS IS KEY TO FUTURE SUCCESS OF ATHLETICS, SAYS COE

Header image by Bruce Klemens.

There are seemingly countless athletic qualities that enable sprinters to run fast, but one that is often not considered is the contribution of elastic strength.

Read more: What Sprinters Must Know About Elastic Strength

Michael Johnson (file photo)

I recently learned that Michael Johnson, former USA 200m, 400m world record holder, had a stroke.

Read more: Detraining Syndrome in Jamaican athletes

DECISIVE LEG: Trinidad and Tobago’s Richard Thompson, second right, receives the baton from Emmanuel Callendar even as Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, centre right, urges on Asafa Powell who is already into stride, on the final leg of the men’s 4x100-metre relay at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in China on August 22, 2008. Powell crossed the finish line ahead of Thompson but, ten years later, T&T will be given the gold because Jamaica’s first leg runner Nesta Carter was doped.

It’s official.

Read more: GOLDEN REWARD

Commonwealth Games 100 metres gold mnedallist T&T’s Michelle-Lee Ahye, centre, tries her hand at rugby during the T&T Olympic Committee’s observance of International Olympic Day at Woodford Square, Port-of-Spain, back in June. CA-images/ Allan Crane

Sprint­er Michelle-Lee Ahye has al­ready achieved so much for T&T and though it has not been the smoothest path to suc­cess, her pas­sion to rep­re­sent this coun­try is un­wa­ver­ing.

Read more: Ahye signs strong team for Family Day event

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