ATHLETICS | National Association of Athletics Administrations

 AFFILIATE National Association of Athletics Administrations
 SECRETARY Dexter Voisin
 CONTACT Phone: 679-3276 / Fax: 636-7877
 MAILING ADDRESS Ato Boldon Stadium, Balmain Couva 

  • Runner will miss next year’s scheduled Tokyo Olympics
  • He narrowly avoided ban last year for missing drug tests
Read more: World 100m champion Christian Coleman hit with two-year ban

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic shutting down sports worldwide, sportsmen and women are getting involved and assisting those who are in need. Many of T&T's top athletes have been assisting and Olympian and World Juniors 400 metres champion Machel Cedenio has joined the fray.

Read more: Olympian Cedenio assisting his local club, community

After attaining the Olympic selection “B” time for the Women’s 50m freestyle over the weekend, top local female swimmer Cherelle Thompson will be hoping to improve to the automatic qualifying or “A” time to ensure her participation at the Tokyo 2020 Games.

Read more: Thompson one step from Olympic qualification

Kerron Clement was celebrating Nike’s new Gilbert Baker track in L.A. when he took the mic and talked publicly for the first time about being gay.

Read more: Olympic champion Kerron Clement comes out on National Coming Out Day

Com­mon­wealth Games 200 me­tres cham­pi­on Jereem Richards got a con­fi­dence boost­er ahead of the Pan Amer­i­can Games track and field pro­gramme next week af­ter he won the men's 200 me­tres ti­tle at the NGC/NAAAT Open Cham­pi­onships at the Hase­ly Craw­ford Sta­di­um, Mu­cu­rapo on Sun­day.

Read more: Richards turns table on Greaux

OLYMPIAN Keshorn Walcott is protesting his disqualification from the men's javelin event at the NGC/National Association of Athletics Administration (NAAA) Open Championships on Saturday, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

Read more: Walcott protests javelin disqualification