The Guyana Sport Shooting Federation (GSSF) in partnership with the World Archery Americas (WAA), on Monday broke new ground when they officially launched their Archery Guyana project at the Carifesta Sports Complex, Ground.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – A batsman of prodigious talent and a captain unflinching in pursuit of victory, Michael Clarke restored Australia to the pinnacle of test and one-day cricket but winning the affections of a nation proved his toughest battle.
LA PAZ, (Reuters) – Bolivia’s soccer clubs voted unanimously yesterday to sack the president of the national soccer federation after he was hit with corruption charges, a senior federation official said.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – A tired Usain Bolt and an emotionally fatigued Justin Gatlin progressed towards their second blockbuster sprint showdown of the world championships by easing through the 200 metres heats yesterday.
BEIJING, China, CMC – The youngest competitor in the finals of the 400 metres of the World Championships, Trinidad and Tobago’s Machel Cedenio, says he would not be intimidated when he takes on a high quality field this morning.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, CMC-An umpire, officiating in the Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation (CAREBACO) International Under-19 Championship, has been banned for the rest of the tournament after a number of wrong line calls led to the elimination of Guyanese player Narayan Ramdhani at the quarter final stage.
BERLIN, (Reuters) – Some Kenyan athletes were warned ahead of unannounced doping tests and a banned runner accused athletics officials of demanding money to hide positive tests, German state broadcaster ARD reported yesterday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Five-times winner Roger Federer will go into next week’s U.S. Open as the world number two after beating Novak Djokovic in the final of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati at the weekend.