Cleveland Forde and Euleen Josiah-Tanner yesterday won the men and women’s categories at the annual Courts 10k road race.
Guyana’s senior undisputed female distance runner, Euleen Josiah-Tanner is all ready for tomorrow’s Courts 10k road race which is expected to get under official order at 6am sharp in front of Courts’ Main Street location.
The Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) said yesterday that Guyana will be represented by five athletes from three disciplines at the Islamic Sports Solidarity Federation (ISSF) Games in Palembang, Indonesia at month end.
Julian Edmonds, coach of the South American Youth Games athletics team yesterday predicted medals for Guyana at the upcoming competition which will be held from September 27-29 in Peru.
A couple returning home from church had to scamper out of their bus after it burst into flames on Aubrey Barker Road yesterday morning.
Cleveland Forde and Euleen Josiah-Tanner ran away with the male and female categories of the Neal and Massy Group of Companies Ainlim 10K road race which took place yesterday.
Running Brave athlete Jevina Straker yesterday won the battle of the CARIFTA Games gold medalists when she twice defeated Cassey George in the middle distance events at the Athletics Association of Guyana Inter-Guiana Games trials yesterday at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.
President of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) Aubrey Hutson says that today’s Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) trials at the Eve Leary ground will be two-fold.
Olympian Winston George proved yesterday afternoon at the Guyana Police Force (GPF) annual Gymkhana that he is the fastest sprinter of 2013 after maintaining his winning steak in the sprint events at the Eve Leary Sports Club ground.
The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport said yesterday that it was not pleased with the progress of what will be Guyana’s first synthetic track at Leonora.
Hundreds of spectators will be thrilled today by mind blowing stunts performed by officers of the Guyana Police Force at the annual Gymkhana which is expected to bring the Eve Leary Sports club ground to life.
Andre Percival coach of the national women’s cricket team is urging the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) to place more emphasis on the time given for preparation of both the male and female national teams ahead of regional and other tournaments.
Running Brave Athletics Club dethroned Police Progressive Youth Club in the IV annual Boyce/Jefford Classic championships, winning half a million dollars at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground in Linden, Sunday.
CARIFTA Games gold medalist Jevina Straker and CARIFTA Games representative Alita Moore shattered records on the second and final day of the IV Boyce/Jefford Classic yesterday.
Defending champions of the Boyce/Jefford Classic Police Progressive Youth Club (PPYC) leads the mega meet with 105 points while main rivals Running Brave follow closely behind on 87 points at the end of the first day of the two day championships at the Police Sports Club ground Eve Leary.
The fourth running of the Boyce/Jefford Classic will get underway today with local and foreign athletes primed to set the track ablaze as they compete for lucrative cash prizes.
Dr. Frank Anthony, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport in his feature address at the closing ceremony of the National Sports Commission Swimming Summer camp yesterday said that it was important for today’s youths to balance academics and sports.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony said yesterday that the Caribbean needs to embrace a long term development programme for table tennis.
Suriname’s Education Minister Ismanto Adno said yesterday that there has been an improvement in relations and cooperation between the two nations because of the annual Inter Guiana Games.
Guyana’s Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) football team went down 1-2 to Suriname yesterday afternoon on a damp Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary as the visitors mainiatned their superiority in the discipline.
Shaun Dietz Coach of Guyana’s 400m phenom Kadecia Baird says that he would not be surprised if his athlete qualifies for the finals of the 400m at this year’s IAAF World Championships in Russia.
Adam Harris, national sprint record holder, said yesterday that he will be competing at the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) track and field World Championship in Russia on Saturday.
Olympian Britany van Lange On Sunday wrapped up her performance at the 15th FINA World Swimming Championships in Barcelona, Spain with a personal best time in the Women’s 50m freestyle event.
It was a fierce battle for the title between defending champions Headquarters and ‘A’ Division Friday night battled fiercely for top honours before Headquarters prevailed successfully retaining their title at the conclusion of the Guyana Police Force annual inter-division track and field championships at the Guyana Police Force Sports Club ground.
As expected, Headquarters’ Alita Moore sprinted away with the women’s 100m final in a time of 12.2 seconds on the final day of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) annual Inter-Division track and field championship at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary, yesterday.