The Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation is the national governing body of the sport of triathlon in the country of Trinidad and Tobago.
The Federation’s members comprises several triathlon clubs across the twin island state, united toward the common goal of advancing the sport, Trinidad and Tobago’s triathletes, triathlon coaches, and junior triathletes.
The Trinidad and Tobago Triathlon Federation aims to promote excellence in the sport and, through training camps, workshops, coaching clinics, and other initiatives, create opportunities for all involved to achieve their personal triathlon challenges.
Paul Hee Houng is still learning to swim, ride a bike and run faster. He is the former Chairman of the Family Association of TnT and is a Supply Chain professional by day. He was asked to take a role of helping the TTTF in fulfilling it’s vision of getting 2 male and 2 female athletes to the 2020/2024 Olympic Games and looks forward to working with all stakeholders in this regard.
Riana Harrinauth is a triathlete with an interest in developing the triathlon sport in Trinidad & Tobago. Her goal as part of the TTTF is to assist in expanding its reach to more children and adults throughout Trinidad & Tobago.
Karen Araujo is the Head Coach with Tadpoles School of Swimming. Karen has been teaching swimming for approximately 20 years. She holds the Level 2 certificate with the American Coaches Swimming Association and is also the holder of the Bronze Medallion with the Lifesaving Society of Trinidad & Tobago. Karen has been involved in Federation work since 2012 as the Secretary. She became the President for the period Oct 2013 to Sep 2015 and Sep 2015 to Oct 2016. Karen now serves on the Women’s Committee of the International Triathlon Union and is back on as Secretary in this current executive.
Kyle Rudden is a beginner triathlete and a former president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad & Tobago. He has been a member of the National Water Polo Committee and a Club representative on the Council of the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad & Tobago. His passion is for national and human development, and would like to see the TTTF make an even greater contribution in this area.