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Lewis Hamilton leaves the partying for later

ABU DHABI, (Reuters) – Graham Hill would doubtlessly have done it differently. Where James Hunt might have staggered dishevelled into the morning after the night before, probably clutching bottles in both hands on the way to bed, Lewis Hamilton celebrated his second Formula One title yesterday with bright eyes and a spring in his step.

De Kock, Finch, Faulkner and Smith big movers in ODI rankings Sri Lanka and England aims for upward movement

Quinton de Kock of South Africa has risen to a career high seventh position in the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen.

(ICC) South Africa’s Quinton de Kock and a trio of Australia batsmen – Aaron Finch, James Faulkner and Steven Smith – have made advances in the latest Reliance ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen , which were releasedon Monday, a day after the four-time world champion won the series 4-1 to move ahead of India in the Reliance ICC ODI Team Rankings.

Inshan Ali remembered at book launch

Inshan Ali

(Trinidad Express) Port of Spain, Trinidad – “It is said that no great man lives in vain, since the history of the world is but the biography of great men.” Those were the opening comments by Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh during his address at the launch of the biography of former West Indies and national cricketer Inshan Ali, titled Pride of Preysal – The Inshan Ali Story, at the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber in Couva on Saturday.

Deonarine follows up century with five-for

-helps bowl Jaguars to first innings points

Windwards captain Liam Sebastien plays a sweep shot off Devendra Bishoo during his top score of 54.

Narsingh Deonarine complemented his first innings ton with a 5-wicket haul to give the Guyana Jaguars first innings points and a lead of 240 runs against the Windwards Volcanoes heading into the fourth and final day of the ongoing WICB Professional Cricket League (PCL) Regional 4-day tournament played at the Guyana National Stadium.

Hurdlers are really the crème-de-la crème

US hurdler Kristi Castlin taking some athletes through their paces on her recent visit to Guyana.

This is the second and final part of the interview of US hurdler Kristi Castlin who recently visited Guyana. In the following interview Castlin gives an insight into how difficult it is to get sponsorship even in the US for some of the today’s track and field stars; talks a little bit about her training and diet and of what she does when away from the track.

Alpha defeat Riddim Squad in thriller

Ronson Williams

Alpha ‘the Hammer’ United compliments of goalkeeper Ronson Williams last gasp goal, overcame Riddim Squad in an epic nine goal thriller 5-4 to clinch the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Stag Beer Futsal Championship on Saturday.

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