WEIGHTLIFTING | Trinidad and Tobago Weightlifting Association

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This country’s first two Olympic Medallists, weight lifters Rodney Wilkes and Lennox Kilgour, were inducted into the Pan American Weightlifting Hall of Fame.

Read more: T&T’s Rodney Wilkes And Lennox Kilgour Inducted Into Pan Am Weight Lifting Hall Of Fame

NATIONAL WELTERWEIGHT boxer Aaron Prince is beaming with confidence heading into the final 2016 Rio Olympic boxing qualifier in Azerbaijan next week, stating that super heavyweight Nigel Paul will not be Trinidad and Tobago’s only representative at the Olympics.

Read more: TT boxers look to join Paul in Rio

Trinidad and Tobago’s first two Olympic medallists, the late Rodney Wilkes and Lennox Kilgour, will be inducted into the Pan American Weightlifting Hall of Fame on November 14.

Read more: Wilkes, Kilgour for lifting Hall of Fame

Before T&T’s first Olympic medalist Rodney Wilkes died, he wanted his medals to be displayed at San Fernando’s City Hall so that future generations could learn of his feats.

Read more: City moves to stop sale, Time running out to retrieve Wilkes’ medals

In this edition of Island Notes, we feature the Trinidad and Tobago weightlifter Lennox Kilgour, the second athlete from the country to win an Olympic medal.

Read more: Island Notes: Lennox Kilgour, T&T Olympic weightlifter

Cuba won five Greco-Roman gold medals on the final day of the Pan American Wrestling Championships in Frisco but were unable to prevent the United States from finishing top of the overall team standings as the hosts landed three titles of their own.

Read more: Cuba claim five Greco-Roman gold medals as Pan American Wrestling Championships come to a close