Source: Trinidad Express

FORMER TRINIDAD and Tobago Olympic Committee assistant secretary general Wendell Labastide died yesterday.

Read more: Ex-TTOC official dies

FORMER president of the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC) Brian Lewis said creating a level playing field by being a voice for equality was one of the important achievements during his nine-year tenure.

Read more: Ex-TT Olympic Committee president held strong views on equality

EXPERIENCED SPORTS ADMINISTRATOR Diane Henderson became the first female and, the eleventh President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) at the historic first virtual election held today April 30th 2022.

Read more: DIANE HENDERSON CREATES HISTORY…becomes first female President of the TTOC

Newsday

An original article from Newsday TT

It was April 7, the second day of their Tobago vacation, and, apart from a man grilling food, a woman selling chow and two policemen having lunch, Ricardo Laban and his entourage of 11 (his three sisters, his brother-in-law, their children, and a friend) were the only people at No Man’s Land, enjoying the peaceful spot.

They nearly did not make it to their destination; the boat hired to get them there had never turned up.

Read more from the source: Newsday TT

It takes some­thing spe­cial to stand out in the Olympic games, where more than 11,650 of the world’s best ath­letes have con­verged to com­pete.

Read more: WINNING OLYMPIC MEDALS REQUIRES FINANCIAL INVESTMENT

WHEN Keeran Sriskandarajah saw the TT men’s 4x400-metre team bring home gold at the 2017 World Championships in London, he was inspired.

Read more: UK-born Carifta champion Keeran Sriskandarajah proud to represent Trinidad and Tobago