Another Trinidad and Tobago sports personality has tied the knot with the words, 'I do'.
Olympian sailor, Andrew Lewis has revealed that he is now to his sweetheart Olivia Devenish.
Lewis made the public announcement via an Instagram post on Monday.
He said: "One week ago I got married to exactly who I wanted, exactly where we wanted, and exactly how we wanted! I am so blessed to be married to my best friend! Ain't nobody like you Livi. #MeetMyWife #ElopementWedding"
Lewis represented T&T in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics in the Men's Laser class.
Olympic Laser Sailor, Andrew Lewis has issued a statement saying thanks to the people of Trinidad and Tobago for their support during his Olympic competition.
Lewis says while he did not bring home an Olympic medal, he will go at it again in four years time in Tokyo.
He says coming from a major injury some months ago when he thought he would die, he is proud to represent this country.
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Laser sailor Andrew Lewis had his best race of the Olympics today, immediately followed by his worst.
Lewis finished 31st in Race 7, his best finishing so far.
The finish pushed him up to 38th in the overall standings.
However, Lewis received a Black Flag Disqualification in Race 8 and did not place.
Laser sailor Andrew Lewis has placed 34th in the sixth race in Rio.
This has helped him move up just one spot in the overall standings from 43rd at the end of Race 5, to 42nd.
Lewis had placed 42nd in Race 1, 34th in Race 2, 39th in Race 3, 36th in Race 4 and 41st in Race 5.
There are 10 races in the preliminary events.
There is no competition in this event on Thursday.
Lewis will next participate on Friday in Races 7 and 8 tand Races 9 and 10 on Saturday.
The medal race is on Monday.
Laser sailor Andrew Lewis has placed 41st in the fifth race in Rio.
This now places him at position 43 in the overall standings.
Prior to today's race, Lewis placed 42nd in Race 1, 34th in Race 2, 39th in Race 3 and 36th in Race 4.
There are 10 races in the preliminary events and Lewis will have to make up significant ground in the next five races to qualify for the medal race.
Race six takes place on Wednesday afternoon, followed by a rest day on Thursday.
Races 7 and 8 take place on Friday and races 9 and 10 are on Saturday.
Andrew Lewis improved 8th places in his second race at the Rio Olympics today, placing 34th in the Men's laser (dinghy) sailing Rio 2016.
The race was won by Robert Scheidt of Brazil.
Lewis was at one point in 9th place after the second marker but faded as the race progressed.
Lewis now has a combined 76 points which places him in position number 40 out of 46 competitors.
Julio Alsogaray of Argentina placed 2nd and Sam Meech of New Zealand was third.