Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

Official Language: English
Anthem: Forged From the Love of Liberty

Parapan Am

Trinidad and Tobago has won two bronze medals at the Parapan Am Games, ranking the Caribbean country twentieth on the all-time Parapan Am medals table.

Both medals were won at Guadalajara 2011 by swimmer Shanntol Ince – Trinidad and Tobado’s lone athlete at those Games – in the women’s 100 m backstroke and 100 m freestyle.

Ince is expected to represent Trinidad and Tobago once again at TORONTO 2015.

Pan Am

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Trinidad and Tobago has appeared at every edition of the Pan Am Games, with their best performances coming at Winnipeg 1967, Cali 1971 and Santo Domingo 2003 – winning seven medals at each.

With 54 medals including eight gold, Trinidad and Tobago is currently ranked sixteenth on the all-time Pan Am Games medals list.

At Guadalajara 2011, Trinidad and Tobago sent 78 athletes who competed in 14 sports and brought home medals in athletics, cycling and shooting.

One athlete to watch at TORONTO 2015 is cyclist Njisane Phillip, bronze medallist in the men’s individual sprint track at Guadalajara 2011.