Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Star, Kieron Pollard took time from his busy Hero CPL Tournament schedule to give inspirational advice to the young athletes attending the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee 2015 Youth Camp. Pollard told the attentive youngsters, “to be the best you need to put in the work, obstacles may try to get in the way but once you put God first in everything that you do, you will be successful”.
The Barbados Trident Captain advised the young athletes of the importance of education and urged them to maintain a proper balance between and their school work.
Marc-Anthony Honore German based professional Volleyball Player shared his experience with the youth campers. Honore a National Volleyball player has been on the European professional circuit for the past 7 years.
Honore shared with the athletes the importance of making sacrifices to achieve their goals. He also spoke about his Professional Volleyball Experience and ended his visit by demonstrating and teaching some basic skills.
Andre Colin Doping Control Officer of the World Anti-Doping Agency also paid a visit to the TTOC 2015 Olympic Youth Camp to educate the group of young athletes.