MONTPELLIER, France, (Reuters) – Chris Froome showed again he will attack his rivals on every terrain as the Briton extended his overall lead in the Tour de France with a surprising move in yesterday’s 11th stage, which was won with panache by world champion Peter Sagan.
LONDON, (Reuters) – England batting mainstay Joe Root has dismissed “trash talk” by Pakistan paceman Wahab Riaz who claimed he has got the batsman’s number going into the first test at Lord’s starting today.
-Amazon Warriors return to winning ways with eight wicket defeat of St Lucia Zouks as Mohammed, Lynn sparkle
An unbroken 82-run partnership between Chris Lynn and Jason Mohammed helped the Guyana Amazon Warriors gun down a target of 138 with eight wickets to spare in the final match played at Providence in the 2016 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) amidst a sellout Guyanese crowd last night.
Guyana started their Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Girls U16 Championships title hunt in the worst possible manner losing to the British Virgin Islands (BVI) 18-54 yesterday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall in Georgetown, Guyana.
Jonathan Sunich, Canada born son of the popular Ramesh Sunich, proprietor of the Trophy Stall, Bourda Market, yesterday handed over the champion trophies to a representative of the Guyana Association of Police Women for Sunday’s horse race meet at the Rising Sun Turf Club.
Holders Sparta Boss will face-off with North East La Penitence while Tucville will tackle Broad Street in the semi-final round following quarterfinal wins in the Ministry of Health/Petra Organization Soft Shoe championships Monday.
ST.JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC- St Lucia rebounded from a set-down and fended off a spirited-fight back from Antigua and Barbuda to be crowned champions of the U-23 Eastern Caribbean Volley Championships here on Sunday.
KINGSTON, (Reuters) – Rio Games-bound athletes from Jamaica, a nation that is no stranger to doping scandals, went through a drug-testing program the head of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) calls a “model for many other countries.”
The tiny nation known for producing dominant sprinters has not veered off course since receiving high marks from the World Anti-Doping Agency early last year in its efforts toward beefing up drug testing, according to JOA head Mike Fennell.