Shanntol Ince was born in Claxton Bay in south Trinidad on the 10th of April, 1995. Shanntol came into the world with very special features which included that her right leg was much shorter than her left leg. This however never deterred her. She began swimming at the age of four years old while she was still in kinder garden. In July 2004 she won both the 200 metres individual Medley and 100 metres Freestyle events at the National Long Course Swimming Championships.
Keshorn Walcott is a Trinidadian javelin thrower. He was born on 2nd of April 1993. He is the 2012 javelin Olympic champion. Walcott is the youngest Olympic gold medalist in the men’s javelin division. He was 19 years old at the time of his Olympic success in 2012. He was also the first athlete in any track and field event to win World Junior and Olympic titles in an individual event in the same year.
George Bovell was born on 18th July 1983. He is an Olympic bronze medalist swimmer and former world record holder for Trinidad and Tobago. Bovell is also a two-time World Championship bronze medalist, a four-time Olympian and is that Caribbean region’s most successful swimmer.
Kelly Ann Baptiste was born on the 14th October 1986 in Scarborough, Tobago. In 2008 she was commended by attaining SEC Female Outdoor Runner of the Year. She was also SEC Indoor Runner of the Year. She even ranks fifth on the Louisiana State University as all-time greatest in the 100m and fifth all-time greatest in the Indoor 200m.
Daren Ganga was born on the 14th January 1979. He is a West Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed top order batsman and part-time right-arm offbreak bowler. He was named Test Player as the year in 2006 of the West Indies Players’ Association. In 2007 is was named the captain of the West Indies criket team for the tour of England.
Shenelle Mohammed started to play tennis from the early age of seven years old. She was inspired to be play tennis because of her father and brother who both played tennis professionally. She repsresented Trinidad and Tobago from the Junior Tennis Championship all the way up to the Fed Cup which visited thirteen countries. She was the second youngest player to win the Tranquility Open in both singles and doubles in the year 2005.