Paul moves up World Ranking

Nicholas Paul’s exploits on the European Track Cycling circuit has already started to bear fruit as the young sprinter from Gasparillo has broken into the top 100 in both the Elite Men Sprint and Keirin events for the first time. As of June 20th, Paul is now ranked 77th (up from 147th)…

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Pogson, Campbell crowned Crit Champions

Marc Pogson (Heatwave) and Teniel Campbell (PSL) captured the Elite Men and Elite Women categories respectively when the 2017 National Criterium Championships rolled into the Wallerfield International Raceway on Sunday afternoon. Even though the skies threatened for most of the evening,…

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Cycling heads to Wallerfield this weekend

For the first time ever, the Wallerfield International Raceway will welcome competitive cycling when the TTCF National Criterium Championships is hosted at the venue on Sunday 18th June, 2017. The T&T Automobile Sports Association (TTASA) has made the spectacular facility in East…

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De Comarmond, Whiteman cop Road TT Titles

Enrique De Comarmond and Jabari Whiteman, both of Heatwave CC won their respective age group National Road Time Trial Championship titles this morning when the TTCF hosted the event in Waterloo. De Comarmond was particularly dominant in the Juvenile category finishing the 10.1km course…

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TTCF holds positive talks with UCI

Upon an invitation from the World governing body for cycling, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the Trinidad & Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF) representatives, President - Robert Farrier and Treasuer - Janelle Celestine met with several key members of the UCI at their headquarters…

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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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