Members of Team T&T’s Boys and Girls 11-12 squad

...Wilson wins special trophy for 200/400m double: Team Trinidad and Tobago replicated their 2017 fourth-place finish on the back of a strong 11-12 performance as the four-day 2018 Carifta Aquatics Championships concluded Tuesday night at the National Aquatic Centre in Kingston, Jamaica.

Zarek Wilson, named the high point trophy winner for the Boys 11-12 age-group, won two golds on the night, bringing his four-day tally to nine gold and a silver from ten events. He helped Team TTO to second spot in the medal table ­after a night when they collected 11 medals on the final night Tuesday (three gold, seven silver, one bronze), to finish with 45 medals (19 gold, 19 silver, seven bronze).


Heavy rain forced the second no-result of the four-match Twenty20 International series, leaving West Indies needing to win tomorrow’s finale in order to avoid another series loss to Pakistan.

“Everything happens for a reason. I’m supposed to be here for the long jump.”

Tyra Gittens had set her sights on competing in the Tokyo 2020 heptathlon. She came very close, missing out on the qualifying standard by a mere two points.

DESPITE losing their final matches in the round-robin stage yesterday, the Trinidad and Tobago trio have still rolled into the knockout stage in the Under-14 division of the Pelican Cup Junior Tennis Tournament in Dominican Republic.

Shanieka Ricketts finished just outside the medals in the Tokyo 2020 Women’s Triple Jump, here in Japan, yesterday. Ricketts produced a 14.84 metres effort to finish fourth in a competition that featured one of the performances of the Games.

In Saturday’s T20 International in Guyana, Pakistan’s veteran off-spinning all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez conceded only six runs off his four overs and earned the “Man of the Match” award after his side held on for a seven-run win over the West Indies.