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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #30 on: June 25, 2019, 08:13:07 PM »
Need to see more T&T athletes out in front among the world best in their individual events. This year is a long season due to late World Championships so they still have time..performances during the season will prepare for the Worlds, don't just expect a miracle performance at the worlds

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« Reply #31 on: July 05, 2019, 05:29:26 PM »
Andwuelle Wright won gold in the long jump at NACAC Under 23 Games earlier today.

http://panelcontenido.fmaa.mx/data/documentos/ID1324133040_resultados%20dia%201%20sesion%20matutina%20viernes%205%20de%20julio.pdf

He broke his previous national record and also set a new games record.

Andwuelle is being coached by former Olympian and former national long jump record holder Wendell Williams.
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« Reply #32 on: July 05, 2019, 10:26:21 PM »
Congratulations. All the best.

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« Reply #33 on: July 06, 2019, 02:42:35 PM »

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« Reply #34 on: July 08, 2019, 08:24:50 AM »

American sprinter Noah Lyles ran 19.50 in Lousanne  :o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kyTY3RA42c&t=7s

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« Reply #35 on: July 08, 2019, 02:18:17 PM »
The US men's sprints are stacked to the hilt.

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« Reply #36 on: July 11, 2019, 02:53:43 PM »

Wow Michelle Ahye yuh in some trouble in America. Hope its not true

https://socamusictv.blogspot.com/2019/07/track-star-michelle-lee-ahye-charged.html

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« Reply #37 on: July 11, 2019, 04:11:18 PM »

Wow Michelle Ahye yuh in some trouble in America. Hope its not true

https://socamusictv.blogspot.com/2019/07/track-star-michelle-lee-ahye-charged.html

I see. Might explains her poor performances recently.

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« Reply #39 on: July 12, 2019, 12:49:59 PM »

Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth sprint Champion Michelle Lee Ahye is speaking out after her arrest in Texas went viral on social media. In a Facebook post Ahye explains no charges were laid against her despite the arrest.  However the Williamson County Sheriff's office in Texas says she was charged with assault

https://socamusictv.blogspot.com/2019/07/michele-lee-ahye-responds-to-social.html

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« Reply #40 on: July 13, 2019, 04:34:19 AM »
Cedenio Golden in Italy

Well done Machel but your times need to improve if you intend to compete for a medal later this year in Doha. 45.34 will not cut it 

https://www.trinidadexpress.com/sports/local/cedenio-golden-in-italy/article_cf9a0106-a503-11e9-9dc5-4bdbf7339cea.html

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« Reply #41 on: July 19, 2019, 12:30:32 PM »
The Pan American U-20 Youth Championships is currently happening this weekend. We sent 15 youth athletes. I am looking to see how Tyrique Horsford performs in the Javelin. But hopefully we see a couple of our athletes shine in this tournament which will bring hope to the near future.

 Follow their results here https://panam2019.org/Evento.aspx?eve=696&orden=F&jornada=999
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« Reply #42 on: July 19, 2019, 11:00:56 PM »
Looking at some of the early result. It is exceedingly tough for our youths.

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« Reply #43 on: July 22, 2019, 03:35:28 PM »
Sando, ah know you is the forum track man, I wonder what you think of the performance. To me it is disappointing. One bronze. Congrats to Horsford. We should be thankful, though. Our youths had it tough for the past 3 days. I was very, very glad to see that we had a women 4x400 team in the meet. Will they meet the times for Tokyo is debatable. I wish they could, but  very doubtful.  On the U-15 football thread there is a photo where all the teams posing on a delapidated running track, I think Asylum said that was disgraceful. I agree. How are we going to produce winners on facilities like that. We have 5 stadiums(stadia) with running track and we could not produce one track medal at the meet. But I commend all the participants. This is just the stepping stone. Work hard. Seek advice on the right nutrition and conditioning. Good luck. Blessings.

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« Reply #44 on: July 22, 2019, 07:27:44 PM »
Saw this on Youtube. Don't know if it was posted previously.

The Fastest 100m Sprints In Every Country ● Men
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« Reply #45 on: July 23, 2019, 02:16:22 PM »
Sando, ah know you is the forum track man, I wonder what you think of the performance. To me it is disappointing. One bronze. Congrats to Horsford. We should be thankful, though. Our youths had it tough for the past 3 days. I was very, very glad to see that we had a women 4x400 team in the meet. Will they meet the times for Tokyo is debatable. I wish they could, but  very doubtful.  On the U-15 football thread there is a photo where all the teams posing on a delapidated running track, I think Asylum said that was disgraceful. I agree. How are we going to produce winners on facilities like that. We have 5 stadiums(stadia) with running track and we could not produce one track medal at the meet. But I commend all the participants. This is just the stepping stone. Work hard. Seek advice on the right nutrition and conditioning. Good luck. Blessings.


Just the same ole same ole with T&T track and field. No difference from lets say '10 years ago'. yes we continue to say this is just the stepping stone youth, work hard and you will get better. In the end its just talk. yes facilities need to be maintained but there is a lot more to be done.

The culture of track and sports need to change. We often ask why we don't have more medal winners at the senior level at major global championships? the answer is so simple but the dinosaur heads in T&T seem to still not grasp it... success do not happen overnight, its starts at teh youth level, stop wishing for overnight suceess!  we need better coaching, you cant just depend on american scholarships for athletes to develop abroad, and  sorry to say but we do not have local coaches who can fully develop our young athletes to reach their full potential. Instead we need qualified foreign coaches to lead and our coaches can learn from them.

But how do you tell all of this to these old men who think they know it all? Our athletes need better nutrition, need more financial investment, need more local competitive meets during the season.  The netire culture need to change and what is even more sad is our sports media seem not to care or just dont know better because they should be pressing these issues to the sporting authorities and making the public more aware of what needs to be done. Instead they seem to just be happy with the outcome of winning one or two bronze medals every championship for the last twenty years.

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« Reply #46 on: July 23, 2019, 02:41:47 PM »
Sando, ah know you is the forum track man, I wonder what you think of the performance. To me it is disappointing. One bronze. Congrats to Horsford. We should be thankful, though. Our youths had it tough for the past 3 days. I was very, very glad to see that we had a women 4x400 team in the meet. Will they meet the times for Tokyo is debatable. I wish they could, but  very doubtful.  On the U-15 football thread there is a photo where all the teams posing on a delapidated running track, I think Asylum said that was disgraceful. I agree. How are we going to produce winners on facilities like that. We have 5 stadiums(stadia) with running track and we could not produce one track medal at the meet. But I commend all the participants. This is just the stepping stone. Work hard. Seek advice on the right nutrition and conditioning. Good luck. Blessings.


Just the same ole same ole with T&T track and field. No difference from lets say '10 years ago'. yes we continue to say this is just the stepping stone youth, work hard and you will get better. In the end its just talk. yes facilities need to be maintained but there is a lot more to be done.

The culture of track and sports need to change. We often ask why we don't have more medal winners at the senior level at major global championships? the answer is so simple but the dinosaur heads in T&T seem to still not grasp it... success do not happen overnight, its starts at teh youth level, stop wishing for overnight suceess!  we need better coaching, you cant just depend on american scholarships for athletes to develop abroad, and  sorry to say but we do not have local coaches who can fully develop our young athletes to reach their full potential. Instead we need qualified foreign coaches to lead and our coaches can learn from them.

But how do you tell all of this to these old men who think they know it all? Our athletes need better nutrition, need more financial investment, need more local competitive meets during the season.  The netire culture need to change and what is even more sad is our sports media seem not to care or just dont know better because they should be pressing these issues to the sporting authorities and making the public more aware of what needs to be done. Instead they seem to just be happy with the outcome of winning one or two bronze medals every championship for the last twenty years.
No matter how much you say it and no matter the repeated poor results, whether it is football, track and field, cricket, you name it, the know-it-all s who run our sports continue to create more and more embarrassing scenarios for our youth.
Never, never, ever give up! Go T&T Warriors!

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« Reply #47 on: July 23, 2019, 04:34:25 PM »
First things first for the NAAATT realize and full accept there is NO local coach in T&T this day and age ready, then realize you planning is piss poor then realize you not doing enough in youth recruitment across the various track and field disciplines then realize the culture has to change. If you can accept that the entire structure is shit then you can then understand the importance of fixing it correctly.. but if you continue believing that some how we good enough because manage to bring out ONE javelin star in fifty years or ONE 200m world champion in the last twenty years then you is an ass.  because you have accepted very little and trying to sell that as as success to the public. What next? you will wait another twenty years for another one athlete who will overcome the shit structure and say TT is successful in sports? Old bannana heads type of mentality

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« Reply #48 on: July 23, 2019, 06:27:08 PM »
What next? you will wait another twenty years for another one athlete who will overcome the shit structure and say TT is successful in sports? Old bannana heads type of mentality

Yep. I am afraid so. Sando I following sports and football since I small. I remember in the early 70s when Carifta games started( I think it was in Barbados). Of course JA dominated. When the games came to TT, I say we go win. Well we did quite well, but JA dominated. I say, something not right here. JA had more athletes than anyone  in every event. That was the early to mid 70s. And we have regressed. What was disappointed and embarassing (to me at least) was where the games were held. It was the Oval on the grass. Nothing wrong but this was TT, and we did not have a athletics track. JA, B'dos and Bahamas all had. We did not. But the games overall was enjoyable.

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« Reply #49 on: July 27, 2019, 07:54:30 AM »
So the National champs have started. Some notable absences from the women's 100:

Khalifa St Fort
Zakiya Denoon
Jenea Spinks

Anybody know what happened to Zakiya Denoon? It's like she fell off the face of the earth after having a solid season last year.

Khalifa is on hiatus I suppose.

Jenea Spinks I'm not too sure.

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« Reply #50 on: July 27, 2019, 08:06:10 AM »
Link to Senior Champs Results: http://www.naaatt.org/results/2019/naaa_open
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« Reply #51 on: July 27, 2019, 08:21:56 AM »
All the usual suspects are through to the 100m Semis taking place today.

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         2019 NGC/NAAATT NATIONAL OPEN CHAMPS - 26/07/2019 to 28/07/2019         
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                             HASELY CRAWFORD STADIUM                             
 
Event 3  Women 100 Meter Dash
24 Advance:  Top 4 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times
==========================================================================       
          NR: @ 10.82  24/06/2017  Michelle-Lee Ahye                             
          CR: # 10.82  2017        Michelle-Lee Ahye                             
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Alternate       
==========================================================================       
Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.4                                                 
  1 # 1114 Baptiste, Kelly-A  86 Zenith                   11.50Q                 
  2 #   59 Thomas, Reyare     87 Abilene Wildcats         11.81Q                 
  3 # 2634 Maxime, Jeunice    97 Memphis Pioneers         12.83Q                 
  4 #  740 Cain, Nyoshia      94 Simplex                  13.37Q                 
Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: 2.9                                                 
  1 # 2653 Prieto, Mauricia   95 PFNJ                     11.34Q                 
  2 #  928 Stanisclaus, Ayla  00 Rss Phoenix              11.51Q                 
  3 #  397 Selvon, Kai        92 Air Bon Sonics           11.67Q                 
  4 # 2901 Jackson, Ariel     94 Barbados                 11.95Q                 
  5 #  742 Bertrand, Leah     02 Simplex                  11.98q                 
  6 # 1280 MC Sween, Jodiah   99 Utt Fast Track           12.32q                 
  7 # 1440 Charles, Shania M  98 Concorde                 12.76q                 
Heat  3 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.9                                                 
  1 # 1109 Hackett, Semoy     88 T & T Unattached         11.57Q                 
  2 # 2902 Evelyn, Tristan    98 Barbados                 11.64Q                 
  3 # 1459 Prescott, Kadesha  97 Concorde                 11.92Q                 
  4 #  408 Esdelle, Akeera    99 PFNJ                     12.25Q                 
  5 #  752 LA Fortune, Kyah   03 Simplex                  12.58q                 
Heat  4 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.3                                                 
  1 # 2644 Ahye, Michelle Le  92 Rebirth                  11.22Q                 
  2 #  738 Durant, Kamaria    91 Simplex                  11.40Q                 
  3 # 2897 Harrigan-Scott, T  82 British Virgin           11.70Q                 
  4 #  411 Campbell, Naomi    01 PFNJ                     11.87Q                 
  5 # 2522 Barker, Jada       97 Cougars                  12.23q                 
  6 # 1370 Joseph, Curfia     97 Stallion                 12.66q                 
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          NR: @ 10.82  24/06/2017  Michelle-Lee Ahye                             
          CR: # 10.82  2017        Michelle-Lee Ahye                             
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Wind H# Alternate
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Preliminaries                                                                     
  1 # 2644 Ahye, Michelle Le  92 Rebirth                  11.22Q  1.3  4         
  2 # 2653 Prieto, Mauricia   95 PFNJ                     11.34Q  2.9  2         
  3 # 1114 Baptiste, Kelly-A  86 Zenith                   11.50Q  0.4  1         
  4 # 1109 Hackett, Semoy     88 T & T Unattached         11.57Q  0.9  3         
  5 #  738 Durant, Kamaria    91 Simplex                  11.40Q  1.3  4         
  6 #  928 Stanisclaus, Ayla  00 Rss Phoenix              11.51Q  2.9  2         
  7 # 2902 Evelyn, Tristan    98 Barbados                 11.64Q  0.9  3         
  8 #   59 Thomas, Reyare     87 Abilene Wildcats         11.81Q  0.4  1         
  9 #  397 Selvon, Kai        92 Air Bon Sonics           11.67Q  2.9  2         
 10 # 2897 Harrigan-Scott, T  82 British Virgin           11.70Q  1.3  4         
 11 # 1459 Prescott, Kadesha  97 Concorde                 11.92Q  0.9  3         
 12 # 2634 Maxime, Jeunice    97 Memphis Pioneers         12.83Q  0.4  1         
 13 #  411 Campbell, Naomi    01 PFNJ                     11.87Q  1.3  4         
 14 # 2901 Jackson, Ariel     94 Barbados                 11.95Q  2.9  2         
 15 #  408 Esdelle, Akeera    99 PFNJ                     12.25Q  0.9  3         
 16 #  740 Cain, Nyoshia      94 Simplex                  13.37Q  0.4  1         
 17 #  742 Bertrand, Leah     02 Simplex                  11.98q  2.9  2         
 18 # 2522 Barker, Jada       97 Cougars                  12.23q  1.3  4         
 19 # 1280 MC Sween, Jodiah   99 Utt Fast Track           12.32q  2.9  2         
 20 #  752 LA Fortune, Kyah   03 Simplex                  12.58q  0.9  3         
 21 # 1370 Joseph, Curfia     97 Stallion                 12.66q  1.3  4         
 22 # 1440 Charles, Shania M  98 Concorde                 12.76q  2.9  2         
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De higher a monkey climbs is de less his ass is on de line, if he works for FIFA that is! ;-)

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« Reply #52 on: July 27, 2019, 08:28:25 AM »
All the usual suspects are through to the 100m Semis taking place today.
Interesting Darryl Brown is still running!

Hasely Crawford Stadium - Site License                       26/07/2019 - 8:51 PM
         2019 NGC/NAAATT NATIONAL OPEN CHAMPS - 26/07/2019 to 28/07/2019         
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                             HASELY CRAWFORD STADIUM                             
 
Event 4  Men 100 Meter Dash
24 Advance:  Top 3 Each Heat plus Next 6 Best Times
==========================================================================       
          NR: @  9.82  13/06/2014  Richard Thompson                               
          CR: #  9.82  2014        Richard Thompson                               
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Alternate       
==========================================================================       
Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.5                                                 
  1 #  171 Hislop, Akanni     98 Kaizen Panthers          10.36Q                 
  2 # 1161 Taffe, Ayodele     94 Uwi Track & Field        10.59Q                 
  3 #  736 Mark, MACHAEL      93 Simplex                  11.09Q                 
  4 #  496 Robinson, Shemuel  99 Spartans                 11.86                   
Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.7                                                 
  1 #   44 Greaux, Kyle       88 Abilene Wildcats         10.26Q                 
  2 # 2638 Marcano, Andre     86 Concorde                 10.47Q                 
  3 #  413 Augustine, Devin   03 PFNJ                     10.68Q                 
  4 # 1478 Williams, Trey     99 Uwi Track & Field        10.74q 10.733           
  4 #  570 Alleyne -noreiga,  99 Memphis Pioneers         10.74q 10.732           
  6 # 1012 Sandy, Darvin      94 Alpha Athletic Club      11.05                   
Heat  3 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.6                                                 
  1 #   40 Elcock, Jerod      98 Abilene Wildcats         10.39Q                 
  2 # 2485 Sorrillo, Rondell  86 LA Brea                  10.42Q                 
  3 # 2966 Bascom, Jeremy     83 Guyana                   10.51Q                 
  4 #  725 Brewster, Aaron    96 Simplex                  10.72q                 
  5 #  682 Diaz, Anthony      03 PFNJ                     11.19                   
Heat  4 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.9                                                 
  1 #   53 Richards, Jereem   94 Abilene Wildcats         10.31Q                 
  2 #  580 Callender, Emmanu  84 Memphis Pioneers         10.42Q                 
  3 #   42 Farinha, Nathan    96 Abilene Wildcats         10.54Q                 
  4 # 2181 Baker, Jonathan    98 Abilene Wildcats         10.78q                 
  5 # 2963 Houston, Harold    90 Bermuda Track Team       10.79q 10.786           
  6 #  724 Abdullah, Khaliyq  94 Simplex                  10.99                   
  7 # 1465 Thompson, Orane A  93 Concorde                 11.31                   
  8 #  480 Leung Woo-Gabriel  98 Spartans                 12.07                   
Heat  5 Preliminaries   Wind: +0.0                                               
  1 #   41 Farinha, Jonathan  96 Abilene Wildcats         10.35Q                 
  2 # 2260 Brown, Darryl      84 Abilene Wildcats         10.58Q                 
  3 # 2412 Constantine, John  95 Abilene Wildcats         10.68Q                 
  4 #  548 Campbell, Clement  99 Memphis Pioneers         10.85                   
  5 #  728 Richards, Christo  95 Simplex                  10.92                   
  6 # 1005 LA Croix, Wynston  92 Alpha Athletic Club      11.05                   
  7 # 1363 Williams, Xaverri  96 Stallion                 11.12                   
Heat  6 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.8                                                 
  1 #  722 Bledman, Keston    88 Simplex                  10.42Q                 
  2 # 1477 Richards, Chad     97 Uwi Track & Field        10.55Q                 
  3 # 2494 Telesford, Dan-Ne  90 Abilene Wildcats         10.56Q                 
  4 #  407 Mitchell, Onil     99 PFNJ                     10.66q                 
  5 # 1645 Thomas, Ian        94 Memphis Pioneers         10.79  10.789           
  6 # 1152 Graham, Matthew    99 Utt Fast Track           11.04                   
 -- # 2896 Singh Nagarkoti,   88 India Track Team            FS                   
==================================================================================
          NR: @  9.82  13/06/2014  Richard Thompson                               
          CR: #  9.82  2014        Richard Thompson                               
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Wind H# Alternate
==================================================================================
Preliminaries                                                                     
  1 #   44 Greaux, Kyle       88 Abilene Wildcats         10.26Q  0.7  2         
  2 #   53 Richards, Jereem   94 Abilene Wildcats         10.31Q  0.9  4         
  3 #   41 Farinha, Jonathan  96 Abilene Wildcats         10.35Q +0.0  5         
  4 #  171 Hislop, Akanni     98 Kaizen Panthers          10.36Q  1.5  1         
  5 #   40 Elcock, Jerod      98 Abilene Wildcats         10.39Q  0.6  3         
  6 #  722 Bledman, Keston    88 Simplex                  10.42Q  1.8  6         
  7 #  580 Callender, Emmanu  84 Memphis Pioneers         10.42Q  0.9  4         
  7 # 2485 Sorrillo, Rondell  86 LA Brea                  10.42Q  0.6  3         
  9 # 2638 Marcano, Andre     86 Concorde                 10.47Q  0.7  2         
 10 # 1477 Richards, Chad     97 Uwi Track & Field        10.55Q  1.8  6         
 11 # 2260 Brown, Darryl      84 Abilene Wildcats         10.58Q +0.0  5         
 12 # 1161 Taffe, Ayodele     94 Uwi Track & Field        10.59Q  1.5  1         
 13 # 2966 Bascom, Jeremy     83 Guyana                   10.51Q  0.6  3         
 14 #   42 Farinha, Nathan    96 Abilene Wildcats         10.54Q  0.9  4         
 15 # 2494 Telesford, Dan-Ne  90 Abilene Wildcats         10.56Q  1.8  6         
 16 #  413 Augustine, Devin   03 PFNJ                     10.68Q  0.7  2         
 16 # 2412 Constantine, John  95 Abilene Wildcats         10.68Q +0.0  5         
 18 #  736 Mark, MACHAEL      93 Simplex                  11.09Q  1.5  1         
 19 #  407 Mitchell, Onil     99 PFNJ                     10.66q  1.8  6         
 20 #  725 Brewster, Aaron    96 Simplex                  10.72q  0.6  3         
 21 #  570 Alleyne -noreiga,  99 Memphis Pioneers         10.74q  0.7  2 10.732   
 22 # 1478 Williams, Trey     99 Uwi Track & Field        10.74q  0.7  2 10.733   
 23 # 2181 Baker, Jonathan    98 Abilene Wildcats         10.78q  0.9  4         
 24 # 2963 Houston, Harold    90 Bermuda Track Team       10.79q  0.9  4 10.786   
 25 # 1645 Thomas, Ian        94 Memphis Pioneers         10.79   1.8  6 10.789   
 26 #  548 Campbell, Clement  99 Memphis Pioneers         10.85  +0.0  5         
 27 #  728 Richards, Christo  95 Simplex                  10.92  +0.0  5         
 28 #  724 Abdullah, Khaliyq  94 Simplex                  10.99   0.9  4         
 29 # 1152 Graham, Matthew    99 Utt Fast Track           11.04   1.8  6         
 30 # 1012 Sandy, Darvin      94 Alpha Athletic Club      11.05   0.7  2         
 30 # 1005 LA Croix, Wynston  92 Alpha Athletic Club      11.05  +0.0  5         
 32 # 1363 Williams, Xaverri  96 Stallion                 11.12  +0.0  5         
 33 #  682 Diaz, Anthony      03 PFNJ                     11.19   0.6  3         
 34 # 1465 Thompson, Orane A  93 Concorde                 11.31   0.9  4         
 35 #  496 Robinson, Shemuel  99 Spartans                 11.86   1.5  1         
 36 #  480 Leung Woo-Gabriel  98 Spartans                 12.07   0.9  4         
 -- # 2896 Singh Nagarkoti,   88 India Track Team            FS   1.8  6         
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De higher a monkey climbs is de less his ass is on de line, if he works for FIFA that is! ;-)

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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #53 on: July 27, 2019, 08:34:19 AM »
All the usual suspects are through to the 400m Final taking place today.
Interesting that defending champion Deon Lendore did not start yesterday, lets hope he is not injured! :thinking:

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16 Advance:  Top 2 Each Heat plus Next 6 Best Times
==========================================================================     
          NR: @ 44.01  14/08/2016  Machel Cedenio                             
          CR: # 44.45  2016        Machel Cedenio                             
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Alternate     
==========================================================================     
Heat  1 Preliminaries                                                         
  1 #  173 Alfred, Darren     96 Kaizen Panthers          46.80Q               
  2 # 1923 Guevara, Asa E     95 Abilene Wildcats         46.97Q               
  3 #  406 Mitchell, Onal     99 PFNJ                     47.57q               
  4 # 2905 Landburg, Jordon   92 T & T Unattached         49.26q               
  5 # 1299 O'Brien, Justen    99 Abilene Wildcats         49.71q               
  6 #  733 Francis, Shakeel   99 Simplex                  50.99               
 -- # 1685 Gibbs, Daniel      97 Mustangs                    DQ  Art. 163.3b   
Heat  2 Preliminaries                                                         
  1 #  172 St. Hillare, Dwig  97 Kaizen Panthers          46.63Q               
  2 #  807 James, Ohdel R     95 Abilene Wildcats         47.28Q               
  3 # 1984 Mason, Sheldon     84 Abilene Wildcats         49.59q               
  4 #  737 Baptiste, Keron    99 Simplex                  53.89               
Heat  3 Preliminaries                                                         
  1 # 2965 Shearman, Kimorie  92 ST Vincent               48.46Q               
  2 # 1531 Drayton, Nicholas  97 Abilene Wildcats         50.38Q               
  3 # 2380 Robley, Anderson   97 Zenith                   54.27               
Heat  4 Preliminaries                                                         
  1 #  721 Cedenio, Machel    95 Simplex                  46.31Q               
  2 # 1015 Sterling, Tacuma   92 Alpha Athletic Club      47.55Q               
  3 #   58 Taylor, Judah      98 Abilene Wildcats         47.89q               
  4 # 1472 Holder, Andrew     94 Uwi Track & Field        49.76q               
  5 #  487 Baggoo, Gabriel    99 Spartans                 55.16               
 -- #  769 Campbell, Andrii   99 Rebirth                    DNF               
 -- # 1473 Serrant, David J   96 Uwi Track & Field           DQ  Art. 163.3b   
Heat  5 Preliminaries                                                         
  1 # 1115 Quow, Renny        87 Zenith                   48.29Q               
  2 # 1476 Bernard, Dariell   99 Uwi Track & Field        50.75Q               
  3 #  282 Charles, Collin    90 T & T Unattached         55.01               
============================================================================= 
          NR: @ 44.01  14/08/2016  Machel Cedenio                             
          CR: # 44.45  2016        Machel Cedenio                             
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  H# Alternate 
============================================================================= 
Preliminaries                                                                 
  1 #  721 Cedenio, Machel    95 Simplex                  46.31Q  4           
  2 #  172 St. Hillare, Dwig  97 Kaizen Panthers          46.63Q  2           
  3 #  173 Alfred, Darren     96 Kaizen Panthers          46.80Q  1           
  4 # 1115 Quow, Renny        87 Zenith                   48.29Q  5           
  5 # 2965 Shearman, Kimorie  92 ST Vincent               48.46Q  3           
  6 # 1923 Guevara, Asa E     95 Abilene Wildcats         46.97Q  1           
  7 #  807 James, Ohdel R     95 Abilene Wildcats         47.28Q  2           
  8 # 1015 Sterling, Tacuma   92 Alpha Athletic Club      47.55Q  4           
  9 # 1531 Drayton, Nicholas  97 Abilene Wildcats         50.38Q  3           
 10 # 1476 Bernard, Dariell   99 Uwi Track & Field        50.75Q  5           
 11 #  406 Mitchell, Onal     99 PFNJ                     47.57q  1           
 12 #   58 Taylor, Judah      98 Abilene Wildcats         47.89q  4           
 13 # 2905 Landburg, Jordon   92 T & T Unattached         49.26q  1           
 14 # 1984 Mason, Sheldon     84 Abilene Wildcats         49.59q  2           
 15 # 1299 O'Brien, Justen    99 Abilene Wildcats         49.71q  1           
 16 # 1472 Holder, Andrew     94 Uwi Track & Field        49.76q  4           
 17 #  733 Francis, Shakeel   99 Simplex                  50.99   1           
 18 #  737 Baptiste, Keron    99 Simplex                  53.89   2           
 19 # 2380 Robley, Anderson   97 Zenith                   54.27   3           
 20 #  282 Charles, Collin    90 T & T Unattached         55.01   5           
 21 #  487 Baggoo, Gabriel    99 Spartans                 55.16   4           
 -- #  769 Campbell, Andrii   99 Rebirth                    DNF   4           
 -- # 1685 Gibbs, Daniel      97 Mustangs                    DQ   1 Art. 163.3b
 -- # 1473 Serrant, David J   96 Uwi Track & Field           DQ   4 Art. 163.3b
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De higher a monkey climbs is de less his ass is on de line, if he works for FIFA that is! ;-)

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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #54 on: July 27, 2019, 08:58:32 AM »
Here are the qualifiers for the 800m Final on Sunday.
I think Mark London might be the favourite to win the Final!

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10 Advance:  Top 2 Each Heat plus Next 4 Best Times
==========================================================================   
          NR: @ 1:45.43  11/06/2005  Sherridan Kirk                         
          CR: # 1:46.40  2005        Sherridan Kirk                         
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Alternate   
==========================================================================   
Heat  1 Preliminaries                                                       
  1 # 2909 Barrington, Deava  93 Guyana                 1:59.33Q             
  2 #  769 Campbell, Andrii   99 Rebirth                1:59.48Q             
  3 # 1118 London, Mark       94 Zenith                 1:59.88q             
  4 #  836 Herbert, David     95 T & T Defence Force    2:03.34q             
  5 # 1473 Serrant, David J   96 Uwi Track & Field      2:09.38q             
  6 #  282 Charles, Collin    90 T & T Unattached       2:16.53             
  7 #  367 Davis, Amos        99 Cheetahs               2:21.50             
Heat  2 Preliminaries                                                       
  1 # 1685 Gibbs, Daniel      97 Mustangs               2:01.15Q             
  2 # 1687 Heresley, Justin   99 Mustangs               2:01.21Q             
  3 #   71 Francis, Donnell   97 MAP                    2:02.05q             
  4 # 1872 Arcia, Akil        99 Stallion               2:02.47q             
  5 # 1350 Noel, Nicholas     95 Silver Bullet          2:06.77q             
  6 # 1163 O'Connor, Kedane   98 Utt Fast Track         2:12.09             
  7 # 2650 Brown, Marvin      86 T & T Unattached       3:03.33             
=============================================================================
          NR: @ 1:45.43  11/06/2005  Sherridan Kirk                         
          CR: # 1:46.40  2005        Sherridan Kirk                         
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  H# Alternate
=============================================================================
Preliminaries                                                               
  1 # 2909 Barrington, Deava  93 Guyana                 1:59.33Q  1         
  2 # 1685 Gibbs, Daniel      97 Mustangs               2:01.15Q  2         
  3 #  769 Campbell, Andrii   99 Rebirth                1:59.48Q  1         
  4 # 1687 Heresley, Justin   99 Mustangs               2:01.21Q  2         
  5 # 1118 London, Mark       94 Zenith                 1:59.88q  1         
  6 #   71 Francis, Donnell   97 MAP                    2:02.05q  2         
  7 # 1872 Arcia, Akil        99 Stallion               2:02.47q  2         
  8 #  836 Herbert, David     95 T & T Defence Force    2:03.34q  1         
  9 # 1350 Noel, Nicholas     95 Silver Bullet          2:06.77q  2         
 10 # 1473 Serrant, David J   96 Uwi Track & Field      2:09.38q  1         
 11 # 1163 O'Connor, Kedane   98 Utt Fast Track         2:12.09   2         
 12 #  282 Charles, Collin    90 T & T Unattached       2:16.53   1         
 13 #  367 Davis, Amos        99 Cheetahs               2:21.50   1         
 14 # 2650 Brown, Marvin      86 T & T Unattached       3:03.33   2
De higher a monkey climbs is de less his ass is on de line, if he works for FIFA that is! ;-)

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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #55 on: July 27, 2019, 09:05:56 AM »
All the usual suspects are through to the 200m Semis taking place on Sunday.
Final should be a duel between defending champion Kyle Greaux and main challenger Jereem Richards.

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24 Advance:  Top 3 Each Heat plus Next 3 Best Times
==========================================================================       
          NR: @ 19.77  13/07/1997  Ato Boldon                                     
          CR: # 20.15  2017        Jereem Richards                               
          CR: # 19.98  2005        Aaron Armstrong                               
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Alternate       
==========================================================================       
Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: +0.0                                               
  1 #   40 Elcock, Jerod      98 Abilene Wildcats         21.32Q                 
  2 #  406 Mitchell, Onal     99 PFNJ                     21.65Q                 
  3 # 1477 Richards, Chad     97 Uwi Track & Field        21.70Q                 
  4 # 2181 Baker, Jonathan    98 Abilene Wildcats         22.49                   
Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.2                                                 
  1 # 2485 Sorrillo, Rondell  86 LA Brea                  21.49Q                 
  2 #  725 Brewster, Aaron    96 Simplex                  21.74Q                 
  3 # 2905 Landburg, Jordon   92 T & T Unattached         21.82Q                 
 -- #   41 Farinha, Jonathan  96 Abilene Wildcats           DNF                   
Heat  3 Preliminaries   Wind: 2.5                                                 
  1 #   53 Richards, Jereem   94 Abilene Wildcats         21.04Q                 
  2 #  580 Callender, Emmanu  84 Memphis Pioneers         21.09Q                 
  3 # 1645 Thomas, Ian        94 Memphis Pioneers         21.79Q                 
  4 # 1472 Holder, Andrew     94 Uwi Track & Field        21.87q                 
  5 # 1389 John, Shomari      96 Concorde                 22.02q                 
Heat  4 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.7                                                 
  1 # 1923 Guevara, Asa E     95 Abilene Wildcats         20.98Q                 
  2 #  728 Richards, Christo  95 Simplex                  22.90Q                 
  3 #  173 Alfred, Darren     96 Kaizen Panthers          24.69Q                 
Heat  5 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.8                                                 
  1 #   44 Greaux, Kyle       88 Abilene Wildcats         20.71Q                 
  2 # 1478 Williams, Trey     99 Uwi Track & Field        21.69Q                 
  3 # 2963 Houston, Harold    90 Bermuda Track Team       21.75Q                 
  4 #  407 Mitchell, Onil     99 PFNJ                     21.95q                 
  5 # 1465 Thompson, Orane A  93 Concorde                 22.67                   
  6 #  733 Francis, Shakeel   99 Simplex                  22.71                   
Heat  6 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.3                                                 
  1 #  171 Hislop, Akanni     98 Kaizen Panthers          20.97Q                 
  2 #  172 St. Hillare, Dwig  97 Kaizen Panthers          21.06Q                 
  3 # 2494 Telesford, Dan-Ne  90 Abilene Wildcats         21.19Q                 
  4 # 2965 Shearman, Kimorie  92 ST Vincent               21.45q                 
  5 #  570 Alleyne -noreiga,  99 Memphis Pioneers         22.03q                 
  6 # 1363 Williams, Xaverri  96 Stallion                 22.08q                 
 -- # 2638 Marcano, Andre     86 Concorde                    FS                   
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          NR: @ 19.77  13/07/1997  Ato Boldon                                     
          CR: # 20.15  2017        Jereem Richards                               
          CR: # 19.98  2005        Aaron Armstrong                               
    Comp#  Name                Year Team                   Prelims  Wind H# Alternate
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Preliminaries                                                                     
  1 #   44 Greaux, Kyle       88 Abilene Wildcats         20.71Q  0.8  5         
  2 #  171 Hislop, Akanni     98 Kaizen Panthers          20.97Q  0.3  6         
  3 # 1923 Guevara, Asa E     95 Abilene Wildcats         20.98Q  1.7  4         
  4 #   53 Richards, Jereem   94 Abilene Wildcats         21.04Q  2.5  3         
  5 #   40 Elcock, Jerod      98 Abilene Wildcats         21.32Q +0.0  1         
  6 # 2485 Sorrillo, Rondell  86 LA Brea                  21.49Q  1.2  2         
  7 #  172 St. Hillare, Dwig  97 Kaizen Panthers          21.06Q  0.3  6         
  8 #  580 Callender, Emmanu  84 Memphis Pioneers         21.09Q  2.5  3         
  9 #  406 Mitchell, Onal     99 PFNJ                     21.65Q +0.0  1         
 10 # 1478 Williams, Trey     99 Uwi Track & Field        21.69Q  0.8  5         
 11 #  725 Brewster, Aaron    96 Simplex                  21.74Q  1.2  2         
 12 #  728 Richards, Christo  95 Simplex                  22.90Q  1.7  4         
 13 # 2494 Telesford, Dan-Ne  90 Abilene Wildcats         21.19Q  0.3  6         
 14 # 1477 Richards, Chad     97 Uwi Track & Field        21.70Q +0.0  1         
 15 # 2963 Houston, Harold    90 Bermuda Track Team       21.75Q  0.8  5         
 16 # 1645 Thomas, Ian        94 Memphis Pioneers         21.79Q  2.5  3         
 17 # 2905 Landburg, Jordon   92 T & T Unattached         21.82Q  1.2  2         
 18 #  173 Alfred, Darren     96 Kaizen Panthers          24.69Q  1.7  4         
 19 # 2965 Shearman, Kimorie  92 ST Vincent               21.45q  0.3  6         
 20 # 1472 Holder, Andrew     94 Uwi Track & Field        21.87q  2.5  3         
 21 #  407 Mitchell, Onil     99 PFNJ                     21.95q  0.8  5         
 22 # 1389 John, Shomari      96 Concorde                 22.02q  2.5  3         
 23 #  570 Alleyne -noreiga,  99 Memphis Pioneers         22.03q  0.3  6         
 24 # 1363 Williams, Xaverri  96 Stallion                 22.08q  0.3  6         
 25 # 2181 Baker, Jonathan    98 Abilene Wildcats         22.49  +0.0  1         
 26 # 1465 Thompson, Orane A  93 Concorde                 22.67   0.8  5         
 27 #  733 Francis, Shakeel   99 Simplex                  22.71   0.8  5         
 -- # 2638 Marcano, Andre     86 Concorde                    FS   0.3  6         
 -- #   41 Farinha, Jonathan  96 Abilene Wildcats           DNF   1.2  2     
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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #56 on: July 27, 2019, 01:08:01 PM »

Most interested in the times that will be run by our sprinters in the finals. Its good to win but how fast you running at this stage in the season can indicate how much more work you need to put in before the world championships

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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #57 on: July 27, 2019, 04:01:53 PM »

Most interested in the times that will be run by our sprinters in the finals. Its good to win but how fast you running at this stage in the season can indicate how much more work you need to put in before the world championships

Well i hope our timing system is working well.
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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #58 on: July 28, 2019, 07:46:37 AM »
None of our sprinters are performing at a level to compete for medals at the World Championships. MLA decline has started. KSF is injured and may have other issues she need to overcome. KAB is past her prime.  Hopefully MLA, KAB, Semoy, Kamaria and Reyare can form a good 4x100 relay team.
I don't expect many medals at the World Championships.
My predictions:
MLA - semi finals (reaching a final will be a success for her).
women 4 x 100 - final
Cedenio - 400m final
Jereem - 200m final
men 4 x 400 relay - silver medal
Keshorn - javelin final, he performs well at big meets (Olympics) but no success at world championships. If everything comes together he can medal.
Anduwelle Wright - rising star. Capable of getting to the long jump finals.

Our athletes are trying their best but the obstacles they have to overcome continue to grow.

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Re: 2019 Outdoor Season Featuring T&T Athletes
« Reply #59 on: July 28, 2019, 11:24:34 AM »
I don't believe MLA is on the decline I just think that she has had a lot going on behind the scenes this year. If KAB can get into sub 11 form before October she too stands a chance at making the final.