The Marathon has always had a prominent place in the hearts and minds of athletes. It represents the ultimate athletic effort —where the human body, mind and soul are tested to their limits.

Many historians and philosophers consider the Battle of Marathon in 490 B.C. one of the most significant battles in human history; but the battle is perhaps now more famous as the inspiration for the modern marathon race.

For many fitness enthusiasts and runners starting and finishing a marathon is on their bucket list.
Established as a tribute to an Ancient Greek legend, the Olympics made the marathon the global participatory sport it is today.

On Sunday 29th January- the 35th Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon will start at the St Mary's Junction, Freeport and finish at Whitehall, Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain. 26.2 miles.

For the third year- the T&T International Marathon (TTIM) will be an Olympic fundraiser.

In 2015, the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) participated in the T&T marathon to raise awareness and funds (financial donations and pledges) for the national Olympic committee TeamTTO #10golds24 athlete welfare and preparation fund.

The TTOC is once again asking for support for the TeamTTO #10golds24 Athlete welfare and preparation fund.
Support Team TTO athletes as they pursue excellence and their and the country's Olympic dreams.
Every contribution makes a positive difference in the lives of TeamTTO athletes.

Donations can be made at Olympic House , 121 Abrecromby Street, Port of Spain. Also available for sale are TeamTTO Teeshirts.

Enter the Marathon , the Marathon relay or come out and support the runners and walkers along the 26.2 mile journey.

At the Queens Park Savannah finish line the Marathon Village will provide steelband entertainment and fun events for the children.

Sunday 29th January 2017- the 35th T&T International Marathon- start time at St Marys, Freeport for walkers 330am. Marathon runners start 5am.