TTOC workshop to address economic challenges

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (TTOC) vice president Diane Henderson’s intention is that this year’s Advancing Women in Leadership (AWIL) workshop will assist women to cope with the economic and financial challenges presented during a COVID-19 period.

The T&T Olympic Committee's (TTOC) 75th year since it was established, got off to a great start on January 24 with the Marathon Walk from St Mary's Junction, Freeport to Whitehall, Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain.

Corey Joseph-Samaroo clocked the fastest time in the virtual Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM), the One-A-Week runner completing the 26.2-mile run in three hours, 17 minutes and 38 seconds.

Joseph-Samaroo was among the runners who opted for a route in Chaguaramas, on Sunday. “We ran up...

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COMMITTED TO TEAM TTO

TTOC Marathon Walk reflects athletes’ dedication to their dreams

TTOC PRESIDENT Brian Lewis said the TTOC’s determination to continue their Marathon Walk reflects the commitment of the TTO athletes to their and the country’s sporting dreams. Established in 1946-The marathon walk also highlighted the start of the national Olympic committee's 75th year celebrations.

Lewis and a small group of supporters successfully undertook to complete the 26.2 mile course on the final day of the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM) Virtual Reality Marathon & Ultra Challenge that ran from January 1-24.

...TTOC president reflects on Marathon Walk

TTOC PRESIDENT Brian Lewis said the TTOC’s determination to continue its Marathon Walk reflected the commitment of the TTO athletes to their and the country’s sporting dreams.

Lewis and a small group of supporters successfully undertook to complete the 26.2 mile course on the final day of the Trinidad...

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PARTICIPATION in the 2021 TT International Marathon will kickstart the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC)’s 75th-anniversary celebrations, according to TTOC president Brian Lewis.

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) will spark off their 75th anniversary commemoration with their special edition T-shirts and participation in the 2021 Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon (TTIM) that culminates Sunday.

Traditionally a fund-raiser for the TTOC’s #10golds24 Athletes...

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A team from the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) are set to take part in a virtual marathon event to raise funds for the #10Golds24 campaign.

Seventy-five (75) years is a long time to be in existence and on Sunday, the T&T Olympic Committee (TTOC) will start the celebration of the momentous occasion by participating on the final day of the T&T International Marathon (TTIM), as a means to raise funds for this country's athletes.

Several local runners have already tested their stamina and will power in tackling the virtual T&T International Marathon (TTIM) which started on January 1.

The Trinidad and Tobago Marathon Committee (TTMC) is pleased to close on our charitable obligations in presenting a cheque for $9,045.00 to Mr. Brian Lewis, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) for the #10Golds24 Athlete Welfare & Preparation Fund representing proceeds from the 2020 event; and look forward to supporting additional charities for 2021.

The 38th Edition saw an increase in runners in the Marathon with 242 participants, of which 120 were early starters. Women showed a vast increase of 57 runners, mostly in the 30-40 age group while men maintained a stronghold in the younger and older groups.

We hope that all runners and their loved ones are well and in good health. The COVID-19 Pandemic has placed each and every one of us under unexpected emotional and financial stress and has caused us to adapt and to be flexible in this new situation.

The TTMC is no different and we understand how everyone feels, we will maintain communication with all our stakeholders with the view of keeping them abreast of changes as they are presented. As such and in compliance with new health guidelines laid out by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago through the Ministry of Health (MOH) and by extension the National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAATT), the TTMC have adjusted their races for 2021 only, into a virtual event.

TTIM Virtual (VR) Marathon & Ultra Challenge will consist of four races over the distances of 35, 26.2, 13.1 and 3.1 miles.

  • The TTIM VR Marathon 26.2 which represents the 39 th Edition of our TTIM;
  • The TTIM VR ULTRA 35, a 56K race which extends on completion of the 26.2 marathon distance;
  • The TTIM VR Half 13.1, a rejuvenation of the TTIM Half Marathon, and
  • The TTIM VR 3.1, the race for the fun runners.

The Challenge is out for you the runner to raise the bar and complete the Ultra Challenge! Runners can choose any distance or any combination to receive their race medals. Team up with friends or go it alone to achieve that special distance on your bucket list. Runners will have a window of three weeks, January 1-24 to complete all races. Limited numbers for each race distance. Runners in the VR-M 26.2 will have the opportunity to beat their age group best time and brag with friends on any course they choose. The VR-H 13.1 distance has been offered for the half marathon lovers, while the VR 3.1 or 5K for fun runners make it a little something for everyone. Branded products will be available to mark this memorable occasion being the first TTIM virtual races, get yours early.

More race/registration details will be posted on the TTIM website and social media, such as Facebook and Instagram to ensure understanding of this new format.

Our sponsors have been the backbone of our TTIM successes and we thank them for continuing to partner with us as we finalise details we invite everyone to try out the new format and challenge themselves for the 2021 and 39 th Edition of the TTIM. We encourage you to Stay Safe, Wear a Mask, and Maintain Social Distancing, it will save lives.

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