RONDELL   SORILLO

DATE OF BIRTH: January 21, 1986
PLACE OF BIRTH: Sangre Grande, Trinidad
EDUCATION:
  • Vessigny Government Secondary School
  • Toco Secondary School
  • University of Trinidad and Tobago
  • University of Kentucky, Kentucky, USA
  • OLYMPIC EVENT: Athletics:
  • 100 meters
  • 200 meters
  • 4 x 100 meters Relay
  • CAREER:                           Sorillo's career includes the following significant accomplishments:
    • 2008 Central American and Caribbean Championships, Cali, Colombia - 200 meters (2nd, 20.71)
    • 2008 Olympics, Beijing, China - 200 meters (Quarterfinals, 20.63)
    • 2009 World Championships, Berlin, Germany - 200 meters (Semifinals, 20.63)
    • 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico - 200 meters (3rd, 20.59); 4 x 100 meters Relay (1st, 38.24, with Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, Emmanuel Callender)
    • 2011 Central American and Caribbean Championships, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico - 200 meters (2nd, 20.64); 4 x 100 meters Relay (2nd, 38.89, preliminary heats only with Emmanuel Callender, Darrel Brown, Aaron Armstrong, and Keston Bledman)
    • 2011 World Championships, Daegu, South Korea - 200 meters (Final, 7th, 20.34)
    • 2012 Olympics, London, England - 100 meters (Semifinals, 10.31); 200 meters (20.76); 4 x 100 meters Relay (Reserve)
    • 2013 World Championships, Moscow, Russia - 100 meters (10.25), 4 x 100 meters Relay (7th, 38.57, with Keston Bledman, Richard Thompson, and Ayodele Taffe)
    • 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, Scotland - 200 meters (Semifinals, 20.57); 4 x 100 meters Relay (3rd, 38.10, with Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, and Richard Thompson)
    • 2014 IAAF World Relays, Nassau, Bahamas - 4 100 metres Relay (2nd, 38.04, Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, and Richard Thompson)
    • 2015 Pan American Games, Toronto, Canada - 200 meters (Semifinals, 20.61); 4 x 100 meters Relay (3rd, 38.69 with Keston Bledman, Emmanuel Callender, and Dan-Neil Telesford)
    • 2015 IAAF World Relays, Nassau, Bahamas - 4 100 metres Relay (7th, 38.92, Keston Bledman, Marc Burns, and Richard Thompson)
    • 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships, Portland, Oregon, United States - 60 meters (Semifinals, 6.68)
    • 2016 Olympics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 100 meters (10.23); 200 meters (Semifinals, 20.33); 4 x 100 meters Relay (Disqualified, with Keston Bledman, Emmanuel Callender, and Richard Thompson)
    Compiled by Ronald C. Emrit