Trinidad and Tobago: The 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games Seventh Edition have officially been declared open at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain on Friday, August 04, 2023.
Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation will like to congratulate the team selected to participate.
On the track, they have the following cyclists: Syndel Samaroo, Raul Garcia, Jarel Mohammed, Danell James, Titus Bharat, Aaron Matas, Dave Cooper, Jadian Neaves, Makaira Wallace, Alexia Wilson and Jadian Neaves, Justin Boynes, Ashleigh Thomas will be participating the road.
Further, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Sharon Rowley attended the Opening Ceremony for the Seventh Edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games, held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain today (Friday, August 04, 2023).
Over 1000 athletes and para-athletes between the ages of 14-18 years old will participate in seven sporting events managed by over 500 officials.
A Carnival-style atmosphere of Trinidad and Tobago’s culture filled the stadium to welcome the young athletes from 71 nations and territories. The 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games will be held in Trinidad and Tobago from the 4th-11th August 2023.
Update for UCI Worlds Championships: T&T teammate Kwesi Browne missed out on qualification after clocking 10.197 seconds in the preliminary event.
In the Men’s Elite Scratch Race held on Tuesday, unfortunately, Akil Campbell did not finish.
His sister, Teniel Campbell (TC), T&T’s female endurance cyclist on the team, will be on the road in the Women’s Elite Time Trial on August 10 and Women’s Elite Road Race on August 13 after completing Tour de France Femmes! We look forward to this.
After winning 1/8 finals against three-time ‘Worlds’ silver medallist and three-time European sprint champion Jeffrey Hoogland of Netherlands yesterday afternoon, Paul qualified for the quarters, which took place earlier this morning. The speedster rode against Great Britain’s Joseph Truman and won.
He will be riding in Heat 2 against Rudyk Mateusz.
Teniel Campbell has become the first-ever cyclist from Trinidad and Tobago to feature in the prestigious Tour de France women’s edition, Le Tour de France Femmes Avec Zwift.
Teniel’s journey from the local roads of Trinidad and Tobago to competing at the highest level of women’s cycling is a testament to her unwavering dedication, hard work, and sheer talent.
Her relentless pursuit of excellence inspires us all and serves as a beacon of hope for aspiring athletes in our country.
This is a momentous occasion for Trinidad and Tobago, and they look forward to witnessing Teneille break barriers and raise their flag high on the global stage of cycling.
The Ministry of Sport and Community Development extends our heartfelt congratulations to Teniel Campbell for this groundbreaking achievement.