Trinidad and Tobago at 2018 Commonwealth Games


Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island country situated off the northern edge of South America mainland. Port of Spain, is the capital city of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Athletes from Trinidad and Tobago will compete in the 2018 Commonwealth Games which is scheduled to take place in the Gold Coast, Australia from 4 to 15 April 2018.

Trinidad and Tobago has been taking part in the Commonwealth Games since 1934 Commonwealth Games and so far have participated in 17 commonwealth games.

So far Trinidad and Tobago has managed to win 8 Gold, 20 Silver and 24 Bronze medals in Commonwealth games.

Trinidad and Tobago at 2018 Commonwealth Games

I am sure people of Trinidad and Tobago would be eager to know about Athletes / Participants taking part in 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Trinidad and Tobago Athletes Participating in 2018 Commonwealth Games :

12 athletes from Trinidad and Tobago will take part in 3 sports events at 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Athletics –

Men

Track & road events –

  • Keston Bledman – 100 m
  • Emmanuel Callender – 100 m
  • Jonathan Farinha – 100 m
  • Nathan Farinha – 200 m
  • Kyle Greaux – 200 m
  • Jereem Richards – 200 m
  • Machel Cedenio – 400 m
  • Lalonde Gordon – 400 m
  • Renny Quow – 400 m
  • Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender, Jonathan Farinha, Nathan Farinha, Kyle Greaux – 4 × 100 m relay
  • Machel Cedenio, Kyle Greaux, Lalonde Gordon, Deon Lendore, Renny Quow, Jereem Richards – 4 × 400 m relay

Field events

  • Akeem Stewart – Shot put, Discus throw
  • Shakeil Waithe – Javelin throw

Women

Track & road events –

  • Michelle-Lee Ahye – 100 m
  • Khalifa St. Fort – 100 m
  • Reyare Thomas – 100 m
  • Kamaria Durant – 200 m
  • Semoy Hackett – 200 m
  • Kai Selvon – 200 m
  • Alena Brooks – 800 m
  • Sparkle McKnight – 400 m hurdles
  • Michelle-Lee Ahye, Kamaria Durant, Semoy Hackett, Kai Selvon, Khalifa St. Fort, Reyare Thomas – 4 × 100 m relay
  • Tonya Nero – Marathon

Field events

  • Ayanna Alexander – Triple jump
  • Cleopatra Borel – Shot put

Badminton –

  • Nicholas Bonkowsky – Men’s singles
  • Naim Mohammed – Men’s singles
  • Nicholas Bonkowsky, Naim Mohammed – Men’s doubles

Beach Volleyball –

  • Daneil Williams, Daynte Stewart – Men’s Beach volleyball
  • Abby Blackman, Rheeza Grant – Women’s Beach volleyball

Boxing –

Men

  • Michael Alexander – 60 kg
  • Nigel Paul – +91 kg

Cycling –

Track Cycling –

Sprint

  • Keron Bramble – Men’s sprint
  • Nicholas Paul – Men’s sprint
  • Njisane Phillip – Men’s sprint
  • Keron Bramble, Kwesi Browne, Nicholas Paul, Njisane Phillip – Men’s team sprint

Keirin

  • Kwesi Browne – Men’s keirin
  • Nicholas Paul – Men’s keirin
  • Njisane Phillip – Men’s keirin

Time trial

  • Keron Bramble – Men’s time trial
  • Nicholas Paul – Men’s time trial
  • Njisane Phillip – Men’s time trial

Gymnastics –

Artistic –

Men

  • Joseph Fox

Shooting –

Men

  • Rhodney Allen – 50 metre pistol, 25 metre rapid fire pistol, 10 metre air pistol
  • Roger Daniel – 50 metre pistol, 25 metre rapid fire pistol, 10 metre air pistol
  • Marlon Moses – 50 metre rifle prone

Open

  • Delborn Joseph – Queen’s prize individual
  • Michael Perez – Queen’s prize individual
  • Delborn Joseph – Queen’s prize pairs
  • Michael Perez – Queen’s prize pairs

Squash –

Individual

  • Mandela Patrick – Men’s singles
  • Kale Wilson – Men’s singles
  • Charlotte Knaggs – Women’s singles

Doubles

  • Mandela Patrick, Kale Wilson – Men’s doubles
  • Charlotte Knaggs, Kale Wilson – Mixed doubles

Swimming –

Men

  • Dylan Carter – 100 m freestyle, 200 m freestyle, 50 m butterfly, 100 m butterfly

Table Tennis –

Singles

  • Yuvraaj Dookram – Men’s singles
  • Dexter St. Louis – Men’s singles
  • Aaron Wilson – Men’s singles
  • Rheann Chung – Women’s singles

Doubles

  • Yuvraaj Dookram, Aaron Wilson – Men’s doubles
  • Rheann Chung, Dexter St. Louis – Mixed doubles

Team

  • Yuvraaj Dookram, Dexter St. Louis, Aaron Wilson – Men’s team

Triathlon –

  • Jenna Ross – Women’s Individual Event

Live Broadcast, Live Streaming of 2018 Commonwealth Games in Trinidad and Tobago :

In Trinidad and Tobago, Live Streaming of Commonwealth Games 2018 will be available on gc2018.com while Live Broadcast of the Event in Trinidad and Tobago will most likely be available on DirecTV, CBU, CWC, ESPN, etc. TV Channels.