Munroe elected as GTTA president

After rising through the ranks from player to national champion and serving several terms as General Secretary, Godfrey Munroe will now be the man in charge after he was elected president of the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) following their annual general meeting (AGM) on Sunday at Olympic House.

Is 9.90s on grass really possible?

-the need for electronic timing is becoming more evident  as athletes produce unprecedented times The en vogue topic in the track and field and even the wider sports community locally is the unbelievable performance of 9.90 seconds by local sprinter Rupert Perry achieved at the Guyana Defence Force ground, Camp Ayangana last Friday.

Christine Sukhram: Six times a champion

Six-time Guyana Open women’s champion Christine Sukhram felt that last weekend’s tour was her toughest to date locally but said she was up to the challenge in claiming another victory at Guyana’s premier golf tournament at Lusignan Golf Club.

Table Tennis to field strong contingent on return to IGGG

-GTTA president confident in team’s chances of winning Newly elected president of the Guyana Table Tennis Association Godfrey Munroe remains confident that the table tennis players selected to compete in the Inter Guiana Goodwill Games (IGGG) in Suriname this weekend will be able to produce superior performances.

West Indies players take legal action

TORONTO, Canada, CMC-West Indians Tino Best and Devon Smith are among 16 players who have started legal proceedings against the organisers of the Cricket All Star T20 match in Toronto in May claiming they have yet to be paid.

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