MUR DE BRETAGNE, France, (Reuters) – Alexis Vuillermoz earned the French their first victory on this year’s Tour de France, his final kick proving too hot to handle for the big guns in the eighth stage yesterday.
CARDIFF, (Reuters) – Stuart Broad and Moeen Ali led England’s charge to a 169-run victory over Australia with a day to spare in the first test yesterday to make a flying start in their bid to regain the Ashes.
Former Golden Jaguars manager, Mark Xavier confirmed yesterday that he along with Faizal Khan and Frank ‘English’ Parris were relieved of their management duties last week by the GFF Normalization Committee.
—defeat title holders B/dos by 66 runs; Jamaica romps to third straight victory
SCARBOROUGH, Tobago, CMC – Jamaica trounced Leeward Islands for their third straight win to remain unbeaten while title-holders Barbados lost again in a rain-hit contest, in the third round of the Regional Under-17 Tournament here yesterday.
The Athletic Association of Guyana (AAG) will have a busy month ahead.
According to a press release, the AAG will be sending teams to compete at the overseas meets while installing the long awaited Fully Automatic Timing (FAT) System.
LONDON, (Reuters) – A fresh-faced Spaniard who has a love-hate relationship with grass will be eager to prove in today’s Wimbledon final that the mighty Serena Williams is as human as the next person with blood, and not ice, pumping through her veins.
Payless Variety Store is onboard the Alicia Fortune express as the elite athlete travels to France.
Yesterday, the Wellington Street entity which is celebrating its 18th anniversary, agreed to be a benefactor to Fortune ahead of her international duties in the European country where she will compete at the World Masters Athletic Outdoor Championship next month.
Caribbean and African nations could soon find themselves punching with power equal to the more developed countries as the International Boxing Association (AIBA) is ready to lend a helping hand by offering scholarships to deserving pugilists of their lesser developed affiliates.
Ahead of their four home matches of the ongoing Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL), team Operations Manager of the Guyana Amazon Warriors Omar Khan said that home fans support will be important to the Warriors.
TORONTO, (Reuters) – Toronto greeted the opening of the 2015 Pan Am Games with a mix of annoyance and indifference yesterday as concern about traffic, ticket sales and money spent weighed on a city that would have rather been hosting the Olympics.
CARDIFF, (Reuters) – Joe Root again put Australia’s bowlers to the sword and together with Ian Bell gave England the platform yesterday to push for victory in the first Ashes test after setting the tourists 412 to win with two days remaining.