Friday, 09 September 2016 14:57

GMTT - Olympic Silver Medallist Concerned About T&T's Athletes Preparation Methods

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Ato Boldon, Olympic silver medallist and coach, believes that T&T's athletes should have earned more medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

He says athletes "can't continue to go to the Olympic Games and compete against the best prepared teams" when they are not fully prepared. The medallist thinks that planning should start now for future competitions so that athletes can be fully prepared.

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