LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) – The Indian Olympic Association has been banned and elections today will be “null and void”, the IOC said on Tuesday, claiming government interference in a vote that could result in a tainted official taking over as secretary-general.
PERTH, (Reuters) – With a three-test series against Sri Lanka starting next week, Australia have no time to dwell on what might have been after getting close to beating the best side in the world before being blown away at the end of a hard-fought series.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, (Reuters) – Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics organisers were told yesterday they needed to push ahead with their preparations because time was an issue, the International Olympic Committee said.
PARIS, (Reuters) – FIFA’s former director of international relations Jerome Champagne has suggested that those at the head of the world governing body should not also be involved in the commercial side of the sport.
-Broad Street, Leopold Street, West Front Road also advance
By Emmerson Campbell
Defending champions Back Circle and three other teams shot their way to victory, advancing to the semi-final round of the Guinness Greatest of the Streets Competition set for tonight at the National Cultural Centre tarmac.
-says FIFA’s annual US $250,000 not used to advance players, game
Golden Jaguars captain Chris Nurse has once again engaged the media to advocate for new blood in the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) and for negotiations to start for contracts for players for the new year.
PERTH, (Reuters) – South Africa captain Graeme Smith believes it will take some time for people to fully appreciate his team’s achievement in winning an away series in England followed by a second consecutive triumph in Australia.
President of the Suriname Bodybuilding and Weightlifting Federation, Mukesh Kanhai says that Mike Tyson once said that in the ring he threw punches “with bad intentions.” He was in similar combative mood about the mission of the Suriname Bodybuilding team coming to Guyana for the Flex Night International event on Saturday night at the
The country’s leading junior and senior chess players were recently honoured for outstanding performances at the just-concluded National Chess Championships.
New Junior Champion Anthony Drayton, of Georgetown and three-time Senior Champion Taffin Khan, of West Demerara, who led in their respective categories,