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T&T’s World Championship gold medallist in the men’s 4x400 metres relay and silver medallist in the men’s 200m, Jereem Richards, right, interacts with members of the Cougars Track and field club at their training camp at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella on Friday.

Athletes of the Cougars Track and Field Club got an early Christmas present on Friday afternoon at their training camp at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella.

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Jaden St Louis receives his award from NAAA’s President Ephraim Serrette.

Fourteen-year-old Shaniqua Bascombe and Eighteen-year-old Jaden St Louis, were named the senior Girls and Boys ‘Athletes of the Year,’ respectively at Cougars Track and Field Club annual awards and dinner on Tuesday at the VIP Room of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain.

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World Championships 4x400m gold medallist, Jereem Richards, shows off his Chaconia Gold medal at the National Awards Ceremony on Monday at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s.

Double World Championship medallist Jereem Richards, is still beaming with pride after receiving the Chaconia Gold medal on Monday. Richards said it was an honour to get a national award, but TT’s latest star athlete said he will not allow his past achievements make him complacent.

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Members of the Rosarac Rotary Club with Harvard Club rugby section at the Children with Cancer Christmas treat on Sunday.

Shakera Robinson, who has battled and beat cancer, and has been a survivor for nine years made a remark on Sunday. She said, “Rugby is a tough sport and cancer is a tough sickness. We were even stronger to beat cancer, and it feels good.” Her words drew an applause from fellow cancer survivors around her.

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The TT boxing team at the Caribbean Championships in St Lucia.

Brian Lewis, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), has urged the 11-member Trinidad and Tobago boxing team, which returned home with 10 medals from last weekend’s Caribbean Championships in St Lucia, to continue striving for excellence.

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Petal Derry (left) and Jordan Vieira with their Most Valuable Player trophies at yesterday’s TTHB 2017 award ceremony.

Jordan Vieira and Petal Derry were named as the Most Valuable Players, in the respective men’s and women’s departments, as the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) held its annual award ceremony yesterday.

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