Synthetic track should be laid by mid next year

-Says Patrick Pitt

By Emmerson Campbell

Keeping up with its promise to allow the media to access the Synthetic  Athletic Track at Leonora every two months, the Ministry of Sport yesterday  allowed journalists to have a first hand look at the progress of work being done.

Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Sports Ministry, Steve Ninvalle and Director of Design and Constructions Limited, Patrick Pitt took the media on a tour of the facility that will be Guyana’s first international track when it is completed late next year.

Pitt said that the facility is currently in Phase two – Lot Five and noted  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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