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Hugh Ross Classic picks up momentum

— Champion bodybuilder arrives for event

William Warde, Senior Supervisor of the Hand-In-Hand Insurance Company Limited, hands over the sponsorship cheque to Hugh Ross. Others in picture are from right, Vivek Joshi (HIH Business Development Manager), Andre Poonai (HRC Technical Director) and Andrea Khan (HIH Marketing Coordinator).

With the third annual Hugh Ross Classic just days away and with the arrival of the World renowned bodybuilder in Guyana the event is picking up momentum and promising to be well —- a Classic.

Wiggins seals Tour with time trial win

Bradley Wiggins

CHARTRES, France, (Reuters) – Bradley Wiggins was 120 km away from becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France after he outclassed the rest of the bunch in the penultimate stage, a 53.5-km time trial to Chartres yesterday.

Barbados, T&T shine but JA struggle

ST KITTS – A rainy day throughout the island of St Kitts left the Under 15 cricketers frustrated as they were on and off the field as Round II of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under 15 Tournament got underway yesterday.

Atlantis gets the better of Police

Kaviskar Brijpaul hammes one back over the bowler’s head during his innings of  33 yesterday. (Aubrey Crawford photo)

Atlantis Cricket Club of the United States of America yesterday scored a 15-run victory over a Guyana Police Force XI in the second match of the three-way club teams T20 match at the Guyana Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.

All Guyanese Girls U19 final again!

-Arjoon a step closer to title no.five

Mary Fung-A-Fat

For the second straight year at the Caribbean Area Squash Association’s (CASA) Junior Caribbean Squash Championships, the girls under 19 final will be contested by two Guyanese players.

A series of special significance

cozier

For a variety of reasons, the two forthcoming Tests between the West Indies and New Zealand rank as little more than an irrelevancy as international sporting – indeed cricketing – contests go.

Roach bags four as Black caps struggle

New Zealand’s Daniel Vettoris skies a catch and is caught off the bowling of Kemar Roach.(WindiesCricket.com)

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach made a successful return to action following injury, producing a four-wicket haul to limit New Zealand on a rain-hit opening day of the three-day tour match against the WICB President’s XI here  yesterday.

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