Trinidad Express / port of spain   The Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation (TTTF) hosted the first of three Atlantic Primary Schools Multi-Sport events at the Flying Fish pool in St Clair, yesterday.  The event was an aquathlon that started at 8 a.m. with roughly 130 primary school students from 12 schools competing. The event consisted of a run, then a swim, then a run. The children are competing for top points which will go toward their respective schools. Overall points will determine the winner of the third-annual Primary Schools Multi-Sports Series next June. Part two of the series is a duathlon with the final part of the series a triathlon. In the relay event two athletes teamed up to compete. This was won by a team from Bishops Anstey Jr, with second and third going to St Andrews and St Monica’s, respectively. The TTTF will host the second part of this series next March at the Diego Martin Highway. Yesterday’s individual winners: 7 & Under Girls 1st – Keyanna Robertson-Hamblin – Bishops Anstey Jr 2nd – Evie Coulton – St. Andrews Private 3rd – Jaeda Wilson – St. Andrews Private 7 & under Boys 1st – Gabre Cambon – Holistic Private 2nd – Rhys Mendes – Dunross 3rd – Brandon Chin Sang – St. Andrews 8-9 Girls 1st – Steffi Scott – St. Monica’s Prep 2nd – Alexia Pouthier – St. Andrews 3rd – Anya Davis – St. Monica’s Prep 8-9 Boys 1st – Marc Anthony Hinds – Bishops Anstey Jr 2nd – Finn De Freitas – Dunross 3rd – Aiden Albada – St. Andrews 10-11 Girls 1st – Makaira Wallace – Dunross 2nd – Isis Gaskin – UWI Prep 3rd – Amel Ofili – Holistic Private 10-11 Boys 1st – James Castagne-Hay – St. Andrews 2nd – Ross Wortman – Dunross 3rd – Shaelen Reece – Bishops Anstey Jr 12 & Over Girls 1st – Gabrielle Vickles – Bishops Anstey Jr 2nd – Imani Bishop – St. Monica’s 3rd – Taylor Camacho – Dunross 12 & Over Boys 1st – Nikoli Blackman – Bishops Anstey Jr 2nd – Matthew Wortman – Dunross 3rd – Luke Ferreira – Dunross


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