Heatwave sweep Siparia Fete Road Race

The prize podium was all pink on Sunday morning at the end of the Siparia Fete Road Race in the southern town after Jabari Whiteman, Edwin Sutherland and Jamol Eastmond swept the top three positions. Tyler Cole (Team DPS) broke the streak after securing fourth with young Enrique De…

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Campbell eager for Pan Am Challenge

T&T’s sole female entrant into the Elite Pan American Road Championships, Teniel Campbell will be looking to fly the red, white and black high once again when she competes in the Women's Under-23 category in the Dominican Republic this weekend. With 27 countries confirming participation…

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Whiteman superior in Omnium, Sydney strikes…

Heatwave cyclist, Jabari Whiteman made it three wins from three starts when he captured the Junior Men Points Race on Friday night and then dominated the Junior Men Omnium on Saturday. Whiteman won the four-part Omnium event by winning the Scratch, Elimination, Tempo and Points Races…

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Whiteman seals Scratch win

Jabari Whiteman (Heatwave) drew first blood on Thursday evening when the 2017 National Track Championships for Junior cyclists pedaled off at the National Cycling Centre. Whiteman timed his race well to defeat Kemp Orosco (Team DPS) and Tyler Cole (Team DPS) in the final sprint after…

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Njisane excites capacity crowd at EGP final…

The National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva got its taste of intense Elite International Cycling when the third and final night of competition of the Easter International Cycling Grand Prix stopped at the venue. It was a night for the true cycling lovers as not only were the matchups…

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2015 Cycling Year in…

In 2015, cyclists from the little twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago soared to higher heights, capturing an unprecedented thirty-nine (39) medals at all International events competed in. National teams from T&T were represented at a total of fourteen (14) UCI sanctioned events spanning the entire twelve (12) months of 2015 from the Milton International Challenge…

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national cycling center

National Cycling Center

With ground works beginning in 2012, the National Cycling Centre situated in Balmain, Couva (just north of the Ato Boldon Stadium) will be the first ever indoor cycling velodrome in the Caribbean. Furthermore, the NCC will also be certified as a Category I velodrome, allowing it to host major International cycling events inclusive of the Olympic Games and…

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