Tamica Garnett

Seguina, Gaskins for World swimming c/ships

National boys 15 – 17 champion Joseph Seguina and Goodwill Swimming Championships silver medalists Hannibal and Athena Gaskin are expected to be Guyana’s representatives at this year’s International Swimming Federation (FINA) Short Course World Swimming Championships set for Istanbul, Turkey from December 12-16.

Carto shines but no zone winner announced

South Georgetown’s Inter Zone C/ships….. Tiffany Carto’s performance was expected. Danta Thom’s was not and Thursday’s South Georgetown District Inter Zone track and field championships at the Eve Leary ground failed to produce a winner.

Suriname tops, Guyana ends in cellar position

Guyana’s 26-member team ended with 23 medals and in the cellar position while defending champions Suriname were officially declared overall winners, late Sunday evening, during the closing ceremony of the Goodwill Swimming Championships, at the Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel, Kingston.

Van Lange snatches three more gold medals

Goodwill day three

Britany van Lange gathered four more medals yesterday in brilliant performances that culminated with her anchoring the girls’ 15 – 17 relay team to another gold medal this time in the 4x50m relay as the Goodwill Swimming Championships came to a close at the National Aquatic Centre.

Van Lange spearheads relay team to gold

Guyana’s Britany van Lange led the girls’ 15 – 17 relay team to an outstanding 4x100m gold which was preceded by an exceptional bronze medal performance from the Guyana boys’ 13 – 14 relay team as day two of competition in the Goodwill Swimming Championships came to a close at the National Aquatic Centre yesterday.

Stephenson was first choice female swimmer for London 2012

-states GASA

The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) yesterday said that swimmer Jessica Stephenson had qualified above Britany van Lange and would have been Guyana’s female representative in swimming at the 2012 Summer Olympics if not for current personal obligations which sidelined the former Trinidad-based swimmer.

Talent emerging from after school squash programme

-says national coach Carl Ince

National squash coach Carl Ince says that he has already begun to see talent emerging in some of the students involved in the after school squash programme currently ongoing at the squash courts of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports National Racquet Centre, Camp Street.

Ram disappointed over GTA’s relationship with Ministry of Sport, NSC

—advocates term limits for association presidents

Immediate past president of the Guyana Tennis Association (GTA) Christopher Ram says he is disappointed with the existing relationships with the Ministry of Sport and the National Sports Commission and looks forward to a change in the relationships now that he is no longer at the helm of the GTA.