LONDON, (Reuters) – FIFA’s former director of international relations Jerome Champagne has suggested changes in the world governing body to help end a perception it is run by self-interested men who do not care enough about the game.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Caroline Wozniacki thanked Roger Federer for roaring through his match and allowing her a decent night’s sleep after she crushed local hope Anastasia Rodionova 6-2 6-1 at the Australian Open yesterday.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s one-match ban means the India captain will have time for an introspective look as to where and when his Midas touch deserted him as his team mates battle to avoid a series whitewash against Australia in Adelaide.
Olympic qualifier Winston George claimed his first athlete of the year award while Natasha Alder claimed her second when the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) annual awards ceremony concluded last Saturday night at the Young Men’s Christian Association building (YMCA), Thomas Lands.
-other services such as aqua therapy to be offered
Operations at Guyana’s first ever “Learn-to-Swim” school is scheduled to begin next week Monday, with classes set to take place six days a week at the school’s facility located, Industry, East Coast Demerara.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – A combative Rafa Nadal returned serve at sceptics who have questioned his motivation at the Australian Open yesterday, saying the passion he lost toward the end of last season had returned and that he was fighting fit to take down 2011 nemesis Novak Djokovic.
By Iva Wharton
Shiv Nandalall was yesterday returned unopposed as president of the Guyana Chess Federation (GFC) after that body held its Annual General Meeting and election of officer bears at the Guyana Olympic Association building on High Street.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Dwayne Smith blasted a memorable, boundary-studded 86 to set up a comfortable win for Barbados by 62 runs against Jamaica that lifted them to the top of the standings in Group B of the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Saturday.
NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Captain Romel Currency produced an fine all-round performance to spur Combined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) to their first win by 29 runs over Sussex in Group-B of the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Saturday.