Athletics

Athletics

  • TTCF RACING COMMITTEE

    The Racing Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation wishes to respond to the recent publications made against the Committee and National Coach – Erin Hartwell by National Cyclist Quincy Alexander. The Racing Committee is responsible for the selection of all cycling National Teams to represent Trinidad and Tobago at events. The Committee…

  • Congrats to Tyler Cole

    Congratulations go out to Trinidad & Tobago Elite Cyclist Tyler Cole for his commitment and outstanding performances that has proven hard work pays off. Tyler was selected to the Pan Am Sport Caribe Cycling Team for the seven (7) Stage Tour of Santo Domingo from 25th February to 3rd March 2019. The Six man…

  • UCI Track World Championships 2019 – Poland

    After a decade, the UCI Track Cycling World Championships return to Pruszkow, Poland, at the end of February for the culmination of the track cycling season. The Pruszkow Arena hosted track cycling’s 2009 UCI World Championships and the 2010 European Championships after it was built in 2008 The 2019 event, taking place from February…

  • NACAC Cross Country Championships 2019

    Team TTO’s contingent competing in this weekend’s Championships will be training at the Race Course – Queens Park Savannah, just opposite Q.R.C on Friday 15th at 3pm. All are invited to conduct interviews and capture your images accordingly. Feel free to contact the Team Manager, Mrs. Dawn Washington: 726-5434 for any further details. Other competing…

  • NACAC Cross Country Championships 2019

    NACAC Cross Country Championships 2019   The NACAC Cross Country Championships is an annual regional cross country running competition for athletes representing member nations of the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association.   The event was inaugurated in 2005 and was held in U.S.A, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Colombia, Venezuela and El…

  • CYCLING ONE STEP CLOSER TO OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION

    Cycling is now one step closer to Olympic qualification as the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, through the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs presented a cheque valued at TT$364,724.00 to the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF). This support represents 100% of the financial assistance requested and it will be used toward the…

  • TTO Missed out on Bronze medal

    Congrats to Team TTO on their 4th place in the Men’s Team Sprint Finals. They came up against Russia in the first round and won in a time of 13.940 secs. but there times put them in 4th place to advance for the finals to meet Poland for the bronze medal ride. Team TTO…

  • 2019 Road Race Series #1

    I am pleased to update you with the results of Today’s Road race which was the start of the Racing season for 2019. The race started at 7:30 am with a start of 45 participants in the Categories Elite Men & Women, Juniors and Maters 40-69. There was a rolling start and the flag…

  • TTTF Recognition Ceremony

    On Saturday 12th January, 2019 the Trinidad & Tobago Triathlon Federation (TTTF) held its first Recognition Ceremony. 2018 was a busy year for the federation as it held the 2nd annual CARIFTA Triathlon & Aquathlon Championships. The athletes and coaches of the TTTF did a remarkable job and the federation saw many great achievements…

  • TTTF hosted its final competition for 2018

    The Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation (TTTF) hosted its final competition for 2018 this past weekend. Sunday 18th November took us to the Diego Martin Highway as we closed off this year’s competition season with our National Duathlon. The event comprised of a Sprint distance duathlon, a Dash for the under 16s and adults…