At 22-years-old Sachia Vickery might not quite yet have the world at her feet but she does most certainly have her tennis future in her more than capable hands.
Guyana’s participation in the upcoming Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens championships in Mexico later this month hangs in the balance according to the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU).
Hector Edwards, Secretary General of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) said last night that he expected the Guyana team to this year’s South American Youth Games in Chile to do well.
Pre and Mini cadet table tennis players preparing for the upcoming Caribbean tournament in Jamaica yesterday benefited from the expertise of two former national table tennis champions who visited the training session conducted by national coach Linden Johnson at the National Gymnasium.
President of the Caribbean Regional Table Tennis Federation (CRTTF) Guyanese Teddy Matthews says constitutional reform and the launch of a Top 16 tournament next year are among his plans for the sport.
In just the first month of the year, Guyanese athletes have signaled their intention of making a mar4k on the world stage this year by putting up some solid performances in the United States of America.
Want to win an Olympic medal? Start long-term planning now. That is the opinion of Guyana’s most decorated athlete Aliann Pompey.
Recent developments in India where the Supreme Court ordered the president and secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke to be removed from their posts for failing to implement reforms of a Court-ordered committee has once again drawn attention to the situation with the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB).
Former West Indies U19 skipper Shimron Hetmeyer is the lone newcomer on the Guyana national cricket team which will contest the West Indies Cricket Board’s Super50 One-day tournament which bowls off later this month.
The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), lauded for its “commendable” work, was challenged to seek out and nurture the talent existing in Guyana so as to help facilitate the revival of West Indies cricket.
Winner of the Guyana Cricket Board’s prize for Sports Journalist of the Year Avenash Ramzan Thursday night left those in attendance at with a simple yet telling message.
Conde Riley is tired. He has worked for 30-odd years as a banker with Barclays Bank in Barbados and the United Kingdom but what the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Director and Chairman of the Barbados Pride cricket franchise is really tired of is the negative reports on West Indies cricket.
Chairman of the national cricket selectors Rayon Griffith said yesterday that he was satisfied with the play of defending West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional four-day champions, the Guyana Jaguars who, at the end of the fifth round of the two-round tournament, are in second position.
Despite stating that the members of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will be the ones to decide whether he will seek another term as WICB president, Claude Raphael, former Guyana Cricket Board selector says that incumbent Dave Cameron has already began making moves to ensure he stays put.
Following 0-5 defeats to Martinique and Guadeloupe respectively the Guyana national U15 football team wrapped up their tour of French Guiana with a 1-2 defeat to neighbours Suriname.
From Donald Duff in New York It seems that defending champion Magnus Carlsen knew all along what would be his modus operandi for yet another successful title defence.
tie breaker to decide title From Donald Duff in New York Tie breaks will decide the 2016 International Chess Federation (FIDE) World Chess Championship, after the 12th and final game of the series between defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Russian challenger Serjey Karjakin, ended in yet another draw, at the Fulton Market Building, South Street Seaport, Manhattan, New York, yesterday.
-11th game drawn From Donald Duff in New York When the 12th and final match of the FIDE Agon Limited-sponsored world title match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Serjey Karjakin takes place tomorrow, both players realise that a win will be enough to land the first prize and the accolade of world champion.
Defending champion Magnus Carlsen last night survived a series of checks from the challenger Sergey Karjakin, in a long drawn out ninth game of the FIDE World Chess Championship title match, which mercifully for Carlsen ended in a draw after 74 nerve wracking moves.
From Donald Duff in New York Predicting the winner of the 2016 Fide World Chess Championships title match between the defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and the challenger Serjey Karjakin of Russia is extremely difficult.
By Donald Duff in New York The games seem to be getting shorter and shorter.
From Donald Duff in New York It is getting to be very predictable here at the 2016 World Chess Champion-ship title match, after the fifth game of the 12 match series between defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway, and Russia’s Serjey Karjakin ended in, you guessed it, a draw.
By Donald Duff in New York Defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Serjey Karjakin, yesterday drew the fourth match of their 12-match championship series for the World Chess title after a marathon 94-move effort at the Fulton Market Building, South Street, Seaport, Manhattan.
By Donald Duff in New York The third game of the World Chess Championship match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Serjey Karjakin ended in an exciting draw at the Fulton Market Building here yesterday, after over six hours of play in a game which lasted 78 moves.
From Donald Duff in New York The second game of the Agon sponsored FIDE World Chess Championship match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Serjey Karjakin ended in a draw yesterday, at the Fulton Market Building, Fulton Street, Manhattan, after only 32 moves.