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  • Pierre, Harris claim Ortoire River titles

    SHERLON PIERRE of Salybia won the 14 kilometre Long Course event and veteran paddler Hugh Harris won the 7k Short Course event, when the 7th Annual Maritime Ortoire River Race was staged recently. The Ortoire River Race was hosted by the Trinidad Kayak Club. One hundred and three participants, including 26 females, in 75…

  • Young showjumpers strut their stuff

    The Trinidad and Tobago Equestrian Association (TTEA) Mini League Finale and Goodwin Heights Showjumping Competition were held earlier this month at Goodwin Heights Stables in St Ann’s with Annabella Hill, riding Dream Weaver, taking first place among the children in the Mini League and Gabriella Marhue with Morocco winning among the adults in the…

  • Kiptanui Too, Alvarez claim UWI half marathon

    International runners continued their dominance of the University of the West Indies Sports and Physical Education Centre (UWI-Spec) international half marathon, as Kenya’s Hillary Kiptanui Too claimed the top spot among men and Venezuela’s Yeisy Alvarez secured the women’s title at yesterday’s 13th staging of the race. Kiptanui Too, in his first effort in…

  • TTEA MINI LEAGUE FINALE & 2016 SEASON WRAP UP

    What a spectacular showdown for the TTEA Mini League Finale and Goodwin Heights Show-jumping Competition held on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at Goodwin Heights Stables in St. Ann’s.  It was a beautiful Sunday morning as riders, coaches, parents, family and friends gathered for the last time at Goodwin Heights Stables to cheer on and celebrate the…

  • Dunross, St Joseph’s recognised at TTTF awards

    Dunross Preparatory School, and St Joseph’s Convent Port of Spain received awards for topping the multi-sports series primary schools and secondary schools divisions respectively, yesterday, at the Cascadia Hotel in St Ann’s. The event which was hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation (TTTF) in partnership with Atlantic LNG and other sponsors, was a…

  • TT Paralympic athlete Akeem Stewart wins gold

    T&T Paralympic athlete Akeem Stewart has broken the world record twice in one night, with his final throw reaching 57.32 metres, winning gold for T&T. Stewart set a new world record in javelin at the Paralympics in Rio minutes earlier with a throw of 57.23 metres. Stewart broke his own record, as he was…

  • Cupid outplays GM at chess Olympiad

    Trinidad and Tobago’s national chess champion FM Kevin Cupid scored a major upset when he defeated Serbian grandmaster Nikola Sedlak, rated 2537, in the first round of the 2016 Olympiad at Baku, Azerbaijan, last Thursday. The champion’s conquest was not a simple one, in fact it should gladden the heart of every ardent chess…

  • T&T t-tennis squad heads for Dom Rep

    Yuvraj Dookram and Aleena Edwards led a T&T team that left yesterday for Dominican Republic via Panama to compete at the 58th Senior Caribbean Table Tennis Federation (CTTF) in Santo Domingo. Among the travelling party were top ranked local player Dookram, one of the few players to have gotten past USA-based David Mahabir in…

  • CMRC debut for T&T’s Singh at Bushy Park

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Bridget Singh will make her Bushy Park Barbados debut today in the Williams Digicel International Race Meet, the third round of the 2016 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC). A five-time Kart Champion, Singh is the daughter of regional veteran Ravi Singh, who will also make his race debut at…

  • T&T’s Scrabble teens compete in France

    A group of teenagers from Trinidad and Tobago is in Lille, France, representing T&T at the World Youth Scrabble Championship (WYSC) 2016. The delegation includes Sophia Mohammed, 15, and Clintia Simon, 17, both of Naparima Girls’ High School; Christopher Thomas, 16, of St Mary’s College, Daniel Henriques, 17, of Fatima College, and Amanda Khan,…