PARALYMPIC | Trinidad and Tobago Paralympic Committee 

 AFFILIATE Trinidad and Tobago Paralympic Committee 
 PRESIDENT Sudhir Ramessar
 SECRETARY Jacklene Leotaud
 CONTACT (868) 627-1879
 MAILING ADDRESS Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

TT PARALYMPIC gold medallist Akeem Stewart says he feels good and is ready to set more world records as he heads into the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships. The competition begins today in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and ends on November 15.

Read more: Stewart: ‘I want to break discus world record’

The legendary Sir Ludwig Guttmann is credited as the man responsible for founding the Paralympic Games and the Paralympic Movement as a whole. Guttmann was one of the leading pre-World War II neurologists in Germany and worked at the Jewish Hospital in Breslau.

Read more: The History of the Paralympic Movement

PARA-ATHLETIC star Akeem Stewart said that he will be leaving Tobago to seek a new training base as the facility at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet remains unavailable.

Read more: Akeem to leave Tobago for new training base

The Refugee Olympic Team was a wonderful initiative of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and I congratulate them on enabling ten athletes who are refugees to take part in the Rio 2016 Olympics. How can we not be moved by their individual and collective stories?

Read more: Jaimie Fuller: Let's make the Refugee Olympic Team more than a symbol

Double World Para Athletics Championships gold medallist Akeem Stewart returned home yesterday after his successful stint at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships which concluded at the Olympic Stadium in London, England on Sunday.

Read more: Hackshaw hails Stewart, Cain

Thomas Bach will miss the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games here tomorrow - the first time the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will not have attended the event for 32 years.

Read more: Exclusive: IOC President to miss Opening Ceremony of Paralympic Games for first time in 32 years
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