|Born||12 August 1941|
He competed for Trinidad and Tobago in the 1964 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan in the 200 metres, where he won the bronze medal. He then teamed up with Edwin Skinner, Kent Bernard and Wendell Mottley to again win a bronze medal, this time in the 4 x 400 m relay.
At the next Olympic Games in 1968, he finished fourth in the individual event and sixth in the relay. His last Olympic appearance was in 1972 in Munich, where the relay team finished eighth.
Other medals include a gold medal at the 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games, silver medals at the 1962 Central American and Caribbean Games, 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games (100 metres), 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games, 1970 British Commonwealth Games and 1971 Pan American Games and a bronze medal at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games (100 yards).
Roberts attended North Carolina College in the United States. In 1969 he was awarded the Trinidad & Tobago Humming Bird Medal Bronze.
As of 2014, Roberts is a retired physical education teacher and track coach.
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