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Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee signs Puma partnership

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee has entered into a partnership with German sportswear brand Puma.

The deal names Puma as the podium, lifestyle, training, competition and presentation wear partner of the TTOC, the Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Association, and Team Trinidad and Tobago.

The agreement will run for an initial four years, through to the 2020 summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Puma replaces fellow German brand Adidas as the TTOC’s kit supplier. The TTOC said its split with Adidas was “amicable and agreed”.

Trinidad and Tobago won one medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as Keshorn Walcott (pictured) claimed bronze in the men’s javelin.