A team of 57 athletes will be on show for Trinidad and Tobago at the April 20-22 Carifta Games in the Cayman Islands. Tyriq Horsford leads the charge for Team T&T. The US-based athlete will bid for a fifth straight javelin title at the regional junior championships.

Caribbean Communications Network (CCN) Sports Producer/Director Kwame Laurence is in the Cayman Islands, and will update you on the exploits of Team TTO.

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