Sunday, February 18, 2018

Hall pitches for home for BMX freestyle*

The now Olympic sport of BMX Freestyle already has a large following in Trinidad and Tobago and the local governing body for the sport is eager to establish a “home” for training and competition.
During a meeting last Tuesday at the offices of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SPORTT), President of the T&T BMX Freestyle Association, Trevlon Hall stressed the benefits of developing a Park for the sport to a small team of officials, including Minister of Sport And Youth Affairs Darryl Smith, SporTT CEO Jason Williams and Cycling Technical Director Erin Hartwell.
According to Hall, the Association has done pioneering work to introduce the sport to the country. 

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