(Reuters) – Lance Armstrong could be jailed and cycling could be dropped from the Olympics as a result of the disgraced American athlete’s reported admission that he had used performance-enhancing drugs during his racing career.
President of the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) Godfrey Munroe says he believes that the GTTA had a solid year in 2012 pointing to the performances of the senior teams at last year’s Caribbean championships.
ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – West Indies Women beat South Africa Women by 22 runs in the fifth and final One-Day International here yesterday, to complete a remarkable comeback and ensure a 2-2 tie in the series.
Suspended President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Colin Klass will be eligible to run for office at the end of his 26-month suspension says Jeffrey Webb, president of the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF).
Co director of the Kashif and Shanghai football tournament and Organising Secretary of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), Aubrey ‘Shanghai’ Major sees the recent agreement to end the GFF/Guyana Football Association (GFA) saga as a plus for football and anticipates a resurgence of the Kashif and Shanghai tournament.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Serena Williams refused to let a painful tumble divert her from her quest for a sixth Australian Open title yesterday as Roger Federer and Andy Murray progressed almost untroubled towards their goals on day two at Melbourne Park.
(Reuters) – Cycling could be dumped from the Olympic program if Lance Armstrong implicated the sport’s governing body of covering up a widespread doping scheme, International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Dick Pound told Reuters today.
GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Jamaica further strengthened their playoff chances when they easily brushed aside a struggling Guyana in the opening game of the St Lucia leg of the Caribbean Twenty20 here this evening.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Lance Armstrong “did not come clean in the way I expected” on whether he used performance-enhancing drugs in his cycling career, celebrated talk show host Oprah Winfrey said today, a day after a lengthy interview with the disgraced athlete.