SPORT ATHLETICS
AFFILIATE National Association of Athletic Administration
PRESIDENT Ephraim SERRETTE
SECRETARY Alan BASOOLAL
CONTACT (868) 222-0999/(868) 679-3276
MAILING ADDRESS P.O Box 605, Port of Spain
EMAIL tri@mf.iaaf.org
WEBSITE http://www.ttnaaa.org

PRESIDENT of the National Association of Athletics Administration (NAAA), Ephraim Serrette, yesterday heaped praise on the national female athletes after some fine performances at the NGC/Sagicor NAAA National Senior Championships held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, last weekend.

Read more: NAAA boss hails TT women’s athletes

The Rebirth champion runner held-off a very strong field to win the women’s 100 metres crown with a new national and championship record time of 10.82 seconds on the Second day of the NGC/Sagicor/NAAA National Open Track and Field Championships out at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, last night.

Read more: Ahye retains title in record time

THE AMBITION of the national governing body for athletics, the National Association of Athletics Administrators (NAAA), to develop a cadre of well-rounded, high performing junior track and field athletes, will become a reality thanks to a strategic partnership with the Elite Development and Performance Unit (EDPU) of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago, and the National Gas Company (NGC).

Read more: Junior Elite Track and Field Project launched

Richard Thompson's face said it all after he sped across the line to win the Men's 100 metres final at the National Association for Athletic Administrations (NAAA) National Gas Company (NGC)/Sagicor Senior Championships, "It's great to be champion again." His comment after taking gold in spectacular fashion.

Read more: Hail champion Thompson...as Ahye burns women’s field

‘Don’t blame us for the T&T Grand Games cancellation.” So said Peter Samuels, public relations officer (PRO) of the National Association of Athletic Administration (NAAA).

Read more: NAAAs: Don’t blame us for Games cancellation

Akanni in windy 20.89 run

Akanni Hislop was golden in the boys' under-20 200 metres event, on the third and final day of the 45th Carifta Games, at the National Athletics Stadium here in St George's, Grenada, this evening. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete won the final in a wind-assisted 20.89 seconds, forcing Bahamian Keanu Pennerman (21.03) and Antiguan Coull Graham (21.05) to settle for silver and bronze, respectively.

Read more: And Hislop makes three - CARIFTA 2016