NYOSHIA CAIN captured Trinidad and Tobago’s third, and last, medal at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil last evening.

Read more: Cain captures 100m bronze at Paralympic Games

NATIONAL para-athlete Akeem Stewart will be hoping to conclude his 2016 Paralympic Games campaign on a high when he lines up for the Men’s discus throw F43/44 final at Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil today.

Read more: Stewart vies for second Paralympic gold today

Sprinter Nyoshia Cain was yesterday evening disqualified in the women’s 200 metres T44 heat, her first event at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Read more: Cain disqualified in 200m T44 run

PRIMARY and secondary school students in Valencia and Sangre Grande got the opportunity to meet, greet and mob their sporting hero Keshorn Walcott yesterday afternoon during a motorcade to honour his Olympic bronze medal achievement at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Read more: Keshorn celebrated by Grande, Valencia children

JAVELIN THROW earned Trinidad and Tobago its first Paralympic gold in over three decades. The nation might not have to wait long for its next one.

Read more: Stewart setting sights on second Paralympics gold