The IOC in cooperation with Adecco and the TTOC hosted its Athlete Career Programme in Trinidad and Tobago for the first time on Saturday, 3rd December at TTOC House on Abercromby Street, POS.

The workshop was led by Olympians and IOC ACP Outreach Facilitators Cydonie Mothersille and Katura Horton-Perinchief. Just over 30 athletes from various sporting bodies participated. Horton-Perinchief shares as a presenter.

Rheeza Grant talks about the TTOC’s role and Roger Daniel speaks on participating in the programme. (Video/Editing-CLAYTON CLARKE/Sportscore Tobago)

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Clayton Clarke is a freelance track and field journalist since 2005. He is a former athlete and an IAAF Level III coach (Sprints & Hurdles). He has been a writer with Track Alerts since its inception in 2009. He worked with several media houses (radio, tv, newspaper, website) in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, St. Kitts Nevis and the Bahamas. The Tobago native has covered the Carifta Games since 2005, the 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2011 World Athletic Championships and numerous local and regional track and field events.. Though track and field is his passion and main interest, he has served as media liaison with numerous sporting bodies in T&T and in particular in Tobago, namely cycling, chess, football, beach soccer, taekwondo, rugby, swimming, tennis and beach volleyball.


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