Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley, hosted the 2016 Trinidad and Tobago Olympics Team at the Prime Minister’s Residence last evening (Sunday 4th September, 2016).


Rio Olympic bronze medallist Keshorn Walcott is today expressing satisfaction with performance at the just concluded global competition.

The javelin athlete, who copped gold for T&T back in London 2012, journeyed to Rio de Janiero in Brazil, four years later as part of the 32-member contingent in eight disciplines, with the aim of activating the T&T Olympic Committee’s 10 Gold medals by 2024 campaign.

Read more: Bronze medallist Walcott —‘I’m very satisfied’

Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Keshorn Walcott has mixed feelings about his season that ended last week.

Walcott arrived at Piarco International Airport yesterday morning after completing a lengthy campaign abroad which included a successful Olympic Games as well as participation in the Diamond League earlier last week.

Read more: Mixed feelings

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) has noted the sentiments and statements surrounding the role of the Chef de Mission at the recently concluded Rio Games 2016. The TTOC has further noted the specific questions concerning the role of Dr. Ian Hypolite as Chef de Mission for Team TTO and his role as an analyst on the inaugural Caribbean focused coverage of the Olympic Games.

Read more: TTOC validates Team TTO's Chef de Mission

You've heard of “Christ the Redeemer”, the iconic statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro, atop the Corcovado mountain. Well, a new saviour was at work in the Brazilian city on Saturday, August 20. “Keshorn the Redeemer”.

While not on the same scale as Jesus Christ, who was killed on a cross some 2,000 years ago so the world could have the opportunity for salvation, Keshorn Walcott's many hours of sacrifice, training at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, brought deliverance.

Read more: Keshorn the Redeemer A review of Team TTO at the Rio Olympics