T&T's Nicholas Paul, Njisane Phillip and Keron Bramble captured the gold medal in the final of the Team men's sprint event at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru on Thursday night.
The national team under the guidance of national cycling technical director Erin Hartwell clocked 43.792 seconds to earn T&T its first gold medal of the Games and second overall, thanks to a bronze from boxer Michael Alexander in the men's light welterweight class on Tuesday night.
T&T's second Olympic Games gold medallist Keshorn Walcott has won his protest after his disqualification from the men's javelin event at the NGC/National Association of Athletics Administration (NAAATT) Open Championships on Saturday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
The 26-year-old Walcott, who has been successful at the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Pan Am, CAC, World Youth Junior and Carifta Games, had placing reinstated after his management team made a successful appeal.
T&T swimmers, Dylan Carter and Cadell Lyons both failed to qualify for the semifinals of their respective men's 50m freestyle and 100m butterfly events when at the 18th FINA World Championship which continued at the Nambu International Aquatic Centre, in Gwangju, South Korea on Friday.
The 23-year-old Carter who qualified for the 100m freestyle at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Tuesday night, had a disappointing end to the championship with a 41st place finish in the men's 50m freestyle.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Injury-plagued Andre Russell and Darren Bravo have been axed for the three-match One-Day International series against India starting next month.
Both featured in the just concluded ICC World Cup in England but had little impact in their limited appearances.
From that World Cup squad, speedster Shannon Gabriel and off-spinner Ashley Nurse have also been dropped, along with batsman Sunil Ambris who was called up as an injury replacement for Russell.
The T&T Defence Force hosted its first Charity 5K Run/Walk last Saturday at the Defence Force Reserves Headquarters at Tucker Valley, Chaguaramas.
The theme for the charity run was “Leaving No Woman Behind,” which was another event hosted under the aegis of the Chief of Defence Staff’s Military Women’s Initiative, which formally recognises 40 years of women in service in the TTDF.
England cruised into their first ICC World Cup final since 1992 with a crushing eight-wicket win over defending champions Australia at Birmingham on Thursday.
The victory was set up by a fiery opening spell of fast-bowling from Chris Woakes and Jofra Archer, who ran through the Australian top order and eventually saw them dismissed for 221 inside of 50 overs.
National athlete Michelle-Lee Ahye faces domestic violence charges in Texas.
The sprinter was arrested on June 20 on the charge of assault causing bodily injury.
She was released on June 21 but will have to return to court on a date to be announced.
Ahye's wife, Chelsea Renee, placed a now deleted post on social media with what appeared to be a mugshot of Ahye, suggesting the couple had split.
Both Ahye and Chelsea no longer have pictures of each other on their social media profiles.
The couple was married last May.
Trinidad and Tobago batsman Darren Bravo has gained a contract to play all formats of cricket for the West Indies.
Cricket West Indies increased the all-formats contracts from four to seven to four with Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer and Keemo Paul joining Test and One-Day International captain Jason Holder, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph and Kemar Roach on the list.
Nicholas Pooran has also been given a white-ball contract.
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