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ST FORT PREVAILS: Trinidad and Tobago’s Khalifa St Fort, right, gets the better of Jamaican Aneka Brissett, left, in the Carifta Games girls’ under-20 100 metres final, in Willemstad, Curacao, late on Saturday. St Fort retained her title with an 11.56 seconds run, while Brissett seized silver in 11.57. –Photo: NIGEL BROWN/FLOW
Sports Minister Darryl Smith, second right, admire medals won by T&T at the Carifta Games when the tram returned yesterday. With the Minister from left is Timothy Frederick, Tyriq Horsford, Khalifa St Fort and Ianna Roach.

Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed a satisfying turnaround at the 2017 Flow Carifta Games, earning seven gold medals, five silver and 10 bronze to finish second on the standings, behind Jamaica.

St Fort heads T&T world relay team

Khalifa St Fort, Carifta Games double sprint champion, SportWoman of the Year Michelle-Lee Ahye and Olympic double medallist Keston Bledman will lead a 22-member T&T team for this weekend’s IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas.

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