The Trinidad and Tobago Youth Olympic Games team returned home from the 13-day Nanjing Games Sunday.
Chef de mission Kwanieze John leads the 10-member team back to T&T after their best ever haul at the quadrennial Games, winning one gold, one silver and one bronze.
Top T&T junior swimmer Dylan Carter gained silver and bronze in the Men's 50m butterfly and 50m freestyle respectively while T&T shot putter Chelsea James won gold in the inaugural 8 x 100m relay race, in which athletes were mixed by country and gender.
Carter, the flagbearer at the opening ceremony, left the team on August 23 to resume classes at the University of Southern California.
T&T's previous best haul was one gold by Christian Homer at the inaugural 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.
Also giving noteworthy performances were Akanni Hislop, the flagbearer at the closing ceremony, who placed 4th in the Men' s 200m and Jeminise Parris , 5th in the Women's 100m hurdles.
The T&T team including officials like Youth Ambassador Jeannette Small arrived at Piarco on British Airways flight BA 2159 Sunday at 3:50 p.m.
Athletes-Dylan Carter, David Mc Leod, Johnnya Ferdinand (swimming); Chelsea James, Akanni Hislop, Jeminise Parris, Anduwelle Wright, Kashief King (athletics); Chelsi Ward, Malika Davidson (beach volleyball), Abigail Affoo (sailing)
Officials-Nadine Hamid (head-coach -athletics), Mark Pouchet ( head coach -swimming), Sean Morrison (head coach-beach volleyball), Joseph Affoo (manager-sailing) Israel Dowlat ( Team Doctor) June Durham - (massage therapist).
YOG - Chef de Mission