By Emmerson Campbell
This year’s five-stage road race which pedals off this morning on the Corentyne, Berbice has attracted riders from Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Denmark, Germany, USA and England along with top local riders.
The long-awaited National Sports Policy (NSC) has been completed, according to Sport Minister Dr. Frank Anthony.
The minister responsible for sport told this newspaper yesterday that the document was currently with a local publishing company and was expected to be released soon.
BENGALURU, India, CMC-IANS – In a nail-biting finish, Royal Challengers Bangalore, with West Indies opener Chris Gayle in the line-up, snatched a thrilling victory by two wickets from a defiant South Australian Redbacks yesterday to qualify for the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20.
The Athletics Association of Guyana’s (AAG) female Athlete of the Year, Natasha Alder and her teammate Michael Sinclair rewrote the history books of the Joint Services Championships when the event’s second day concluded yesterday at the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Ground, Camp Ayanganna.
By Emmerson Campbell
Guyana’s middleweight champion Howard ‘Battersea Bomber’ Eastman and Edmund DeClou will headline the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) card dubbed the ‘Thirst Park Explosion’ scheduled to be held at Thirst Park ground, Ruimveldt on October 29.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Officials of the Barbados Cricket Association insisted yesterday that cousins Carlos Brathwaite and Jonathan Carter must play for Barbados in this month’s WICB Regional Super50 Championship.
AUCKLAND (Reuters) – Sigmund Freud spent a lifetime unravelling the human psyche. Jonny Wilkinson, too, has wrestled with the concept of the ego for more than a decade at the top of international rugby.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Three Pakistan cricketers, driven by greed, betrayed their team mates and the sport of cricket itself by taking bribes to fix incidents during a test match against England last year, a London court heard yesterday.