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The T&T Olympic Committee
(TTOC) saluted another fantastic
year of sporting excellence on
Tuesday at the 18th Annual
Awards Ceremony held at the
Hyatt Regency Trinidad on Dock
Road in Port-of-Spain.
Shot putter Cleopatra Borel was
bestowed with her fifth Sports-
woman of the Year award for her
outstanding international achieve-
ments, while young 400m spe-
cialist Machel Cedenio, in his first
year as a senior athlete, captured
the Sportsman of the Year title.
Meanwhile, the junior awards
on the night went to 100m and
200m athlete Khalifa St Fort
(Junior Sportswoman of the Year)
and swimmer Jeron Thompson
(Junior Sportsman of the Year).
Chief Justice Ivor Archie, Justice
Malcolm Holdip, Sports and Youth
Affairs Minister Darryl Smith, for-
mer government minister Marilyn
Gordon and Olympians Hasely
Crawford and Keshorn Walcott
joined TTOC president Brian Lewis
and his executive to witness the
night of honours.
In delivering remarks, the TTOC
head told the gathering that despite
the less than favourable economic
climate, what was never in reces-
sion was the positivity that was
the human spirit and the associ-
ated creativity, imagination and
ability to emerge triumphant in
the face of adversity.
"In 2015, the progress of the
TTOC Good Sport Governance
Code initiative and good gover-
nance week consultation can be
viewed as a high point.
The athlete centred and on-line,
social media and digital transfor-
mation orientation of the TTOC
strategic marketing plan has cap-
tured attention, imagination and
support. We now have a marketing
department that is navigating
changing revenue models and new
communication channels. We
diversified commercial and revenue
generation methods, launched
brand team TTO--the name under
which T&T will now be represent-
ed at multi-sport events under the
auspices of the TTOC--and rolled
out our first merchandise pro-
gramme and jumped head first
into the social media and digital
world," said Lewis.
He continued, "In 2016, we will
continue to reach out, progress
our transformation agenda and
strategic focus. Our efforts to co-
operate and collaborate with key
stakeholders including the ministry
of sport, the Sport Company of
T&T and the sport medicine sector
was important to us in 2015 and
will remain so in 2016 and beyond.
Athletes are primary stakeholders
and our intention is to treat them
with dignity, respect, understand-
ing and trust.
Their efforts and success inspire
and motivate the children, youth
and young people to strive for
excellence in whatever they do and
promote in a very real and tangible
way Olympism and Olympic val-
Excellence in sports celebrated
at TTOC annual awards ceremony
Khalifa St Fort, Junior Sportswoman of the Year shares a photo-call with Machel
Cedenio, Sportsman of the Year, Cleopatra Borel, five-time Sportswoman of the
Year and Jeron Thompson, Junior Sportsman of the Year. PHOTOS: SEAN NERO
Leslie Figaro, president, T&T Rugby Football Union, left and Anthony Ferguson,
president, T&T Taekwondo Association.
Denise Rodriguez-Archie, left, and Diane Holdip.
Ephraim Serrette, president, National Association of Athletics Administrations
(NAAA) with former sport minister Marilyn Gordon.
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