Triathlon

Triathlon

  • T&T 3rd in 2018 CARIFTA

    Out of 11 countries competing at last weekend’s 2nd staging of the CARIFTATriathlon & Aquathlon Championships, Trinidad & Tobago placed 3rd overall despite challenging race conditions. Due to rough seas and high swells, the swim was cancelled from the 11-12 and 13-15 Aquathlon events, which converted them to run races and the 750m swim for the16-19…

  • Team TTO ready for the 2018 CARIFTA

    The Trinidad & Tobago National Team for the 2018 CARIFTA Triathlon & Aquathlon Championships had its final team training session last Sunday  at Macqueripe Bay, Chaguaramas, before the team leaves on Thursday 27th September 2018 for the Championships in Tobago this weekend (September 29th & 30th). Head coaches Derrick Simon and Andrew Eligon and the other…

  • 42 member strong team for 2018 CARIFTA

    Training for the National Team for the 2018 CARIFTA Triathlon, Aquathlon & Mixed Relay Championships kicked off this weekend with a swim assessment held at Macqueripe, Chaguaramas on Saturday and run and ride assessments held at the Jean Pierre Complex on Sunday. Team training sessions will be held every weekend up until the event in…

  • Schools’ Triathlon Championships – 24th June

    The fourth installment of Schools’ Multi-Sport Series continues this Sunday 24th June  2018 at the National Aquatic Center, Couva with the Schools’ Triathlon Championships.  It will be an action packed day with the Atlantic Primary Schools’ event starting at 7a.m. and the TTTF Secondary Schools’ event starting at 1p.m. The High Point Multi-Sport trophy will be awarded at the…

  • Triathletes depart

    Junior Triathletes depart for 2018 CAMTRI Junior American Championships A team of the country’s top junior triathletes left today to compete in the CAMTRI Junior American Championships in Brasilia, Brazil on 24th June 2018. The team is being accompanied by coach Jonah Camps. The team (from left to right): Kirsten St. Omer, Jonah Camps…

  • Busy year for Triathlon (TTTF)

    2018 has been an extremely busy year for the Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation (TTTF). In keeping with the goal of the Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) of 10Golds24 (10 gold medals by 2024), the TTTF has endeavored to give its athletes exposure at all levels of the sport, locally, regionally and internationally.…

  • Try-A-Tri event a huge success

    The Trinidad & Tobago Triathlon Federation hosted its first Try-A-Tri event on Sunday 22nd April 2018 at The National Aquatic Centre, Couva. The event, which drew a large crowd of supporters, consisted of a tag team triathlon race with each member of the 4 person team required to do the distance in each of the…

  • 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships

    With just nine days to go for the eagerly anticipated 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships, the National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago has finalised their team. The Championships is scheduled to take place in Birmingham, England during the period March 01st to 04th, 2018. The Trinidad and Tobago Team is expected…

  • Sprint to the finish

    Sprint to the finish, Last Event of Season one! Carnival is over and everyone is still full of Energy from chipping down the Road, which makes this the best time to focus on Race Four of our +one a week Evolution MultiSport Series, we are very busy preparing for our widely anticipated final Race…

  • 4th Installment of Schools’ Multi-Sport Series

    The fourth installment of Schools Multi-Sport Series splashed off last Sunday 19th November 2017 at the National Aquatic Centre, Couva with the Schools’ Aquathlon Championships.  It was an action packed day with the Atlantic Primary Schools’ Aquathlon (25 schools and 200 athletes) being held in the morning and the TTTF Secondary Schools’ event (21 schools…

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