Valerie Vili from New Zealand has smashed the Commonwealth Games record to win the Gold medal with a distance of 19.66m. Silver medal winner was Vivien Chukwuemeka from Nigeria and the bronze went to Cleopatra Borel-Brown from Trinidad and Tobago.
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India’s Samaresh Jung has won the Gold medal in the Men’s 50m Pistol with Mick Gault from England winning the Silver medal and Roger Daniel from Trinidad and Tobago taking the bronze.
Sheri-Ann Brooks has won the Women’s 100m for Jamaica with Geraldine Pillay taking the Silver for South Africa and Delphine Atangana took the bronze for Cameroon.
In the Men’s 100m, Asafa Powell took the Gold for Jamaica just over the 10 second mark. Nigeria’s Soji Fasuba took the silver and Marc Burns has taken the bronze [...]
Trinidad and Tobago 400m runner Ato Modibo and his wife, 100 and 200m speedster Cydonie Mothersill of the Cayman Islands, are the first international athletes to arrive in Melbourne ahead of next month’s Commonwealth Games.
Modibo and Mothersill have been in Melbourne since the weekend and will start their international season this Saturday night on the [...]
Trinidad and Tobago’s duo Marc Burns and Darrel Brown are the latest additions to the star-studded 100-metre field for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia in March.
Brown and Burns will join Jamaica’s world record holder Asafa Powell and his countryman and training partner Michael Frater, the world 100m silver medallist from Helsinki, as the [...]
Commonwealth record holder George Bovell III will not represent Trinidad and Tobago in Melbourne next year due to clashing events. Bovell, who is just returning from injury, will compete at the NCAA Championships as part of his US Collegiate Commitments.
In Athens, Bovell became the first competitor from Trinidad and Tobago to win a medal [...]