Local sports far from reaching full potential

On March 25, 1807, par­lia­ment in Lon­don, Eng­land, passed a law for­mal­ly abol­ish­ing the slave trade in the British Em­pire. How­ev­er, slav­ery didn't end then free­dom for ex­ist­ing slaves did not come in the British ter­ri­to­ries un­til 1838.

Gibraltar or Trinbago 2021?

It's huge­ly sig­nif­i­cant in the con­text of Trinidad and To­ba­go's sports his­to­ry. Host­ing a mul­ti-sport event can be a pos­i­tive cat­a­lyst. We were en­trust­ed with the re­spon­si­bil­i­ty to de­vel­op and present the Trinidad and To­ba­go Com­mon­wealth Youth Games bid con­cept and vi­sion and why Trinidad and To­ba­go. To­day we use this col­umn to share our ideas and thoughts.

In The Service of Youth, Young People

For The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) and the Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) taking a stand for athletes, youth and young people is a daily struggle.  Each and everyday people manifest issues by their behaviors that create difficulties and problems for athletes, youth and young people.

There are easier ways to support #10golds24 but the TTOC marathon walk continues to Entice!

The 37th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM) on Sunday 27th January started in the pre dawn hour for the walkers including the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) and the Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association (TTCGA) marathon walk group . The purpose of the marathon walk is to raise awareness and financial support for the TeamTTO (Team Trinidad and Tobago) #10golds24 athlete welfare and preparation fund.

TTOC president Brian Lewis,centre, is flanked by Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat,left, and Mayor of Port of Spain Joel Martinez after they completed the TT International Marathon, on Sunday, at the Queen's Park Savannah.

Lewis: We can’t wait until 2020 to help

Team TTO raises awareness for athletes’ fund at TTIM

The 3Ws of the Olympic Movement

Ever so of­ten it is nec­es­sary to re­mind or in­tro­duce the cit­i­zens of Trinidad and To­ba­go to fac­tu­al in­for­ma­tion about the Olympic Move­ment. The who, what and why. What is the pur­pose of the Olympic Move­ment? The move­ment is of long stand­ing. Its his­to­ry can be traced back to the year 776 BC.