TT Cyclists Rankings

It’s no secret that Trinidad and Tobago have some pretty good cyclists these days. Whether they’re performing on the track or on the road, our athletes’ performances are showing up big on the world rankings!

Take a look at where our active cyclists are currently ranked on the world stage. This post will also be updated as rankings are updated.

*Note that these rankings are updated as of 20/09/21.

Nicholas Paul

  • Men’s Elite Sprint: 2nd (2267.5 pts.) [-1 pos.]
  • Men’s Elite Keirin: 18th (1040 pts)
  • Men’s Elite 1Km TT: 12th (800 pts)

Teniel Campbell

Trinidad and Tobago’s Teniel Campbell (silver medal) competes during the Lima 2019 Pan-American Games Cycling Road Time Trial Women event in Lima, Peru, on August 7, 2019. (Photo by LUKA GONZALES / AFP) (Photo credit should read LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)

World Road Ranking – 114th [+8 pos]

Akil Campbell

  • Men’s Elite Elimination: 3rd (1070 pts)
  • Men’s Elite Omnium: 20th (1032 pts)
  • Men’s Elite Scratch: 11th (730 pts)

Alexi Costa

  • Women’s Scratch’ – #18th (630 pts)
  • Women’s Omnium’ – #27th (890 pts)
  • Women’s Points Race’ – #32nd (442 pts)
  • Women’s Elimination’ – #47th (390 pts)

Kwesi Browne


Men’s Elite Keirin – #48th (623 pts)

Keron Bramble


‘Men’s Elite Keirin’ – 60th (623 pts)

Quincy Alexander


Men’s Elite Sprint’ – 116th (256 pts)