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Sports Minister congratulates golden Stewart

Stewart shattered the and his previous Men’s javelin world record (54.77m) at Olympic Stadium by launching the spear a distance of 57.32m on his final attempt in the F43 division. Prior to that, he also smashed the record earlier on by throwing 57.23m on his first try.

Smith was at the commissioning of the National Tennis Centre in Tacarigua on Friday afternoon when he received the glorious news.

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“We are tremendously proud of Akeem, becoming the first man to medal at the Paralympic Games for Trinidad and Tobago and doing so with record throws,” said Smith.

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“Akeem is a gifted athlete and worthy ambassador for Paralympic sport.

He has distinguished himself among the world’s best in the throwing events, and in doing so, positions Trinidad and Tobago as a force to be reckoned with.

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We congratulate Akeem on his achievement and look forward to what he will produce in his favoured discus event next week.” Smith, in a television interview, said no discussion has taken place yet with regards to rewarding the Tobago athlete for his tremendous achievement.

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His father Wayne Arnim Stewart, asked in another interview how he feels his son should be rewarded for winning javelin gold, requested “house and land.”

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