TTOC president Brian Lewis,centre, is flanked by Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat,left, and Mayor of Port of Spain Joel Martinez after they completed the TT International Marathon, on Sunday, at the Queen's Park Savannah.

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) extends its thanks and appreciation for the support extended to the Team TTO #10golds24 #marathonwalk group who participated in the 37th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon. 42 individuals walked either the entire 26.2 mile distance from start to finish or joined in along the way.

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Kenya’s Grace Kahura crosses the finishline in 2:53.50, to place first among the women and third overall, during the TT International Marathon at the Queen’s Park Savannah West, Port of Spain,yesterday. At right, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe holds the finish line banner.

Ex-national runner Thomas calls it a day after placing 3rd

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January 24 2019, Port of Spain. With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games firmly in the sights of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) and Team Trinidad and Tobago (TeamTTO). The TTOC’s 2019 marathon walk has taken on greater significance as the National Olympic Committee (NOC),

Read more: TeamTTO Determined to Finish Marathon Walk

Chris Dennis, right, collects the “Surfer of the Year” award from Larry “Shrimpy” Coelho at the Surfing Association of T&T (SATT) prize giving ceremony on Saturday at Blue Range park, Diego Martin. @Brendan Delfil

Chris Den­nis took home the award for "Surfer of the Year" at the Surf­ing As­so­ci­a­tion of T&T prize giv­ing cer­e­mo­ny for T&T ath­letes who com­pet­ed on the lo­cal cir­cuit last year.

Read more: Dennis gets top surfer award

The T&T In­ter­na­tion­al Marathon (TTIM) is on Sun­day. It's num­ber 37. Founder of the T&T marathon, Raf­fique Shah is cred­it­ed as start­ing the lo­cal edi­tion of the en­durance event in 1983. Then known as the Mir­ror Marathon, the 26.2-mile run cap­tured the imag­i­na­tion of the na­tion back then and for many decades af­ter.

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Members of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee have competed in the marathon since 2015 ©TTOC

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) is aiming to raise TT$1 million (£114,000/$147,000/€129,000) for its #10Golds24 Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund at next week's International Marathon.

Read more: Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee aim to raise funds through marathon


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