T&T Olympic Com­mit­tee (TTOC) mis­sion for 10 gold medals by the 2024 Olympics was giv­en a boost re­cent­ly thanks to a $1 mil­lion con­tri­bu­tion from Flow.

The telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions provider, who has been sup­port­ing this mis­sion since 2015, hand­ed over the cheque to TTOC pres­i­dent Bri­an Lewis dur­ing a cer­e­mo­ny at Flow’s Op­er­a­tion Cen­tre in Trinci­ty. Coun­try man­ag­er for Flow Trinidad Kurleigh Prescod made the pre­sen­ta­tion.

“The fact that the TTOC has a goal, it speaks of a will­ing­ness or in­ten­tion to put pro­grammes in place and find the tal­ent. I hope the tal­ent get the at­ten­tion and sup­port that they need over a pe­ri­od of time to ex­cel,” Prescod said fol­low­ing the pre­sen­ta­tion.

“We look for­ward to be­ing part of bring­ing this very am­bi­tious goal to re­al­i­ty.”

Lewis was grate­ful for Flow’s sup­port, say­ing, “We are glad to have an Olympic part­ner who shares the vi­sion and un­der­stands what is re­quired.”

Speak­ing about pre­dic­tions for the Tokyo Olympics next year, Lewis said he was hope­ful but said the ic­ing on the cake thus far was the news that for the first time in TTOC’s his­to­ry a mem­ber has been ap­point­ed chef de mis­sion for the T&T con­tin­gent.

Flow is the ex­clu­sive TTOC part­ner in the telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions cat­e­go­ry.