Trinidad and Tobago first competed in the Summer Olympics at the 1948 Games in London. They won their first ever medal at those Games, that being a silver in men's featherweight weightlifting by Rodney Wilkes.
The first Governor General of Trinidad and Tobago is Sir Ellis Clarke
The first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago was Dr. Eric Williams.
Dr. Eric E. Williams was the first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago.
Hasely Joachim Crawford TC is a former athlete from Trinidad and Tobago. In 1976, he became his country's first ever Olympic champion.
14 medals after the 2012 Olympics.
The first inhabitants of Trinidad and Tobago were the Amerindians(Caribs and Arawaks/ Kainos and Kalinagos)
Dr Eric Williams was the first Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago.
The national anthem of Trinidad and Tobago was sung as such for the first time in 1962.
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Eric Williams was the First Prime minister of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago.
The first president of Trinidad and Tobago was Sir Ellis Clarke, who served from 1 August 1976 to 13 March 1987.
Yes, Trinidad and Tobago are is still a third world country, also sometimes referred as developing country.
Trinidad and Tobago sent a team of five athletes to their first Olympics, the 1948 Games in London: George Lewis, Manny Ramjohn, and Wilfred Tull competed in athletics, Compton Gonsalves competed in cycling, and Rodney Wilkes competed in weightlifting. Wilkes won a silver medal, Trinidad and Tobago's first ever Olympic medal, in the featherweight class.
Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago
Sir Solomon Hochoy was the last British Governor of Trinidad and Tobago and was the country's first Governor-General after its independence in 1962.
On August 1st ,1985 ,Trinidad and Tobago became the first country in the world to declare a national holiday to commemorate the abolition of slavery.
Dr Eric Williams
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Sir Ellis Clarke was appointed as president of Trinidad and Tobago after we became republic in September 1976 and held office until 1987.
They did not win a Silver Medal. Keshorn Walcott did win a Gold Medals and the remaining 3 medals were Bronze
The UNCA won the election and Mrs Kamla Persad Bissessar is now the first female Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago