SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Dale Steyn believes there are better bowlers in world cricket and it is simply his durability and consistency that have enabled the paceman to rise to the top of the ICC test bowling rankings.
SINGAPORE, (Reuters) – Tiger Woods said fatigue was the reason he skipped this week’s World Golf Championship event in Shanghai.
As Australian Adam Scott and South African Louis Oosthuizen grabbed the first-round lead at the $7 million event in China yesterday, the 36-year-old Woods was holding a putting clinic for school children in Singapore.
BERLIN, (Reuters) – The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will investigate Lance Armstrong’s 2000 Olympics bronze medal after the American was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles in the biggest doping scandal to hit the sport.
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) maintained a firm grip on the field events to extend their lead to 33 points on day two of the 2012 edition of the Inter Services Annual Athletics Championships (ISAAC) at the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) ground Camp Ayangana yesterday.
-Perry, King and George impress in 200m heat
National 5000m and 1500m record holder Cleveland Forde eased to a comfortable victory in the men’s 5000m in record time on day two of the 2012 edition of the Inter Services Annual Athletics Championships (ISAAC) at the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) ground Camp Ayangana yesterday.
MIAMI, (Reuters) – With shiny new diamond-encrusted rings on their fingers, the Miami Heat began their NBA title defence in confident fashion with a 120-107 win over Eastern Conference rivals the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC-A spirited half century from Kyle Pope could not stop the West Indies from snatching first innings lead against Sagicor High Performance centre on the second day yesterday of their three day practice match at the three Ws oval in Bridgetown.
-Says former GOA vice president Neville Denny
Former Vice President of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) Neville Denny said there can be no real development of sport in Guyana unless administrators invest in the athletes by providing proper equipment and training from the primary level.
International Cricket Broadcaster and Sports Journalist Sean Devers is scheduled to commence radiation treatment for level two cancer next week.
The Guyanese Broadcaster, who worked for several radio stations in the Caribbean and the BBC World Service, completed a successful surgery to remove a brain tumor on October 2 at the St.
Three players Loris Nathoo, Maria Thomas and former national men’s champion Kriskal Persaud of Berbice are in the lead after four completed rounds of the Guyana Chess Federation (GCF) Uniparts qualifying championships following play on Tuesday at the Kei-Shars Sports Club, Hadfield Street.