ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC – A precious, unbroken 35-run ninth wicket stand between captain Veerasammy Permaul and tail-ender Nikita Miller pulled West Indies A out of a hole and fired them to a tense two-wicket win over India A in the first one-dayer here yesterday.
The Guyana Squash Association (GSA) has named its junior team to represent Guyana at the Caribbean Area
Squash Association (CASA) Caribbean Junior Squash Championships which will be held in Jamaica July 20-26.
Motivational speaker and former National Basketball Association (NBA) champion Wali Jones will be gracing the shores of Guyana for the first time to conduct clinics as part of the National Community Basketball League (NCBL) International Allstar Weekend this Saturday.
KINGSTON, (Reuters) – Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake will offer the world a tantalizing taste of what may be in store at the London Olympics when the two speedsters go head-to-head at the Jamaica national athletics championships starting today.
EUGENE, Oregon, CMC – Former Olympic sprint champion Maurice Greene has dismissed the notion that Jamaican Usain Bolt can rescale the lofty heights of 2008 when he established two mind-boggling World records in the 100 and 200 metres.
HELSINKI, (Reuters) – Briton Mo Farah retained his 5,000 metres title at the European athletics championships yesterday while seven athletes were disqualified in the men’s 400 metres heats for running outside their lanes.
Three teams on Saturday booked quarter final places in the Kalden Organisation’s Inter Ministry/Corporations seven-a-side football competition following matches at the Banks DIH Limited Thirst Park ground.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Rafa Nadal needed a few games to adjust his sights for grasscourt combat at Wimbledon but Serena Williams quickly found her range as the two former champions moved safely into the second round yesterday.
Guyana’s Winston George produced a late surge in the final of the Invitational men’s 400m to finish second behind Grenadian Bralon Taplin at the Sagicor National Championships in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad last weekend.
Thirty-seven-year-old local sprint queen Alisha Fortune produced an exceptional effort to capture a bronze medal in the women’s `B’ class 200m final at the Sagicor National Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad which ended on Sunday.