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2015-mapCollection of Race Numbers

Collection of race numbers will also be at Queen’s Park Savannah on Saturday the 24th January, 2015, opposite White Hall, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Today is the last day that collection at 121 Abercromby Street will be open.

The 2015 International Marathon

The Trinidad and Tobago Marathon Committee extends the warmest wishes to our supporters for 2015!

In our bid to focus on the long distance events, we have unfortunately cancelled the TTIM 5K for 2015 only, thereby allowing us to focus our efforts toward the Marathon (26.2 mls) and Half Marathon (13.1 mls) events on the morning of Sunday January 25, 2015.

The TT Marathon Committee has acquired the services of Active.com to facilitate registration for the 2015 event, and participants have the ease of registering for the races on the Online Registration page, through the Active.com link on this site. Race bibs will be distributed the week prior to race day, so keep checking Race Info for updates on collection.

We look forward to the excitement of raceday, with Leah Kigen and Hillary Kipchirchir Kamaiyo returning to defend their crowns. The course remains the same for 2015, from Freeport to the Queens Park Savannah.

President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), Brian Lewis, has launched a new initiative with the social media handle, #10golds24, designed to give more of the country’s athletes the opportunity to fulfill their potential. He has committed to compete in the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon on January 25, 2015 to launch the #10golds24 Athlete Welfare and Preparation Fund with the hope of raising TTD$500,000 (£51,000/$79,000/€65,000), which will be used to help fund athletes preparing for Rio 2016. The Fund will provide financial assistance to Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes to enable them to train, recover and compete. The long-term vision of the new Fund will be for Trinidad and Tobago to secure 10 or more Olympic gold medals by 2024.

To support the TTOC’s initiative, fellow walkers can register online for the Marathon walk, which commences at 3:30 am on the morning of the event. To pledge financial support, kindly contact TTOC at or call Olympic House, (868) 625-1285, from January 5, 2015.

The TT Marathon Committee is happy to partner with the TTOC to realise its dream of #10golds24, and will ensure that all services are in place to facilitate a smooth walk come January 25.

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