Four cyclists for Elite Pan Am Championships

Four of Guyana’s best wheelsmen will be competing with some of the world’s best riders at the Elite Pan American Track Championships 2017 scheduled for August 30 to September 3 in Trinidad and Tobago.

Romello Crawford

Scott Savory, Romello Crawford, Darryl Rogers and Joelyn Joesph (who will also act in the capacity of coach) will don the colours of the Golden Arrowhead during the Championships which will attract Olympic medalists and reigning World Champions such as Chloe Dygert (USA), Fabian Puerta (COL) and Jessica Salazar (MEX).

In excess of 200 cyclists from 20 countries will do battle against the locals.

According to Manager of the team, Joseph Britton, Savory and Crawford will compete in the points’ race, while Joseph, 60, and Rogers will participate in the match sprints.

The outfit is scheduled to arrive in the Twin Island Republic on Sunday.

Note: Joseph decided to compete after former national road race champion, Geron Williams withdrew his name from participating. The USA based Joseph competed at the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Games.


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