Nominations for the position of president of the Guyana Lawn Tennis Association (GLTA) will be made when the body hosts its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and elections of office bearers today from 5:30pm at the Georgetown Sports Club, Camp Street.
The state of tennis in Guyana could be ranked among the top ten of the 22 countries within the region, according to International Tennis Federation (ITF) Development Officer of the English-speaking Caribbean, Anthony Jeremiah.
The recent Mashramani Swim Meet/National Swimming Championships at the National Aquatic Center (NAC) saw the introduction of Guyana’s first ever Long Course (LC) swimming competition.
Five of Guyana’s junior tennis players will be selected by the Guyana Tennis Association to compete at the internationally renowned annual 16-and-under Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup tennis tournaments to be held in the Dominican Republic next month.
The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) Mashramani Meet got off to an exciting start yesterday morning after the association finally secured the green light for the use of the 50-metre pool at the National Aquatic Centre (NAC), Liliendaal.
The annual Mashramani Swim Meet which was scheduled to begin today has been cancelled by the Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) which is contemplating squashing future meets billed for the new 50-metre pool at the National Aquatic Centre at Pattenson.
Operations at Guyana’s first ever “Learn-to-Swim” school is scheduled to begin next week Monday, with classes set to take place six days a week at the school’s facility located, Industry, East Coast Demerara.
National scrabble champion Abigail McDonald, would like to see a lot more done for the sport at the national level and is hopeful that the 2012 period will see better support and development for the game.
National scrabble champion Abigail McDonald overwhelmed 12 other players to win the Scrabble Scramble competition organized by the Guyana Association of Scrabble Players (GASP) on Sunday at the Malteenoes Sports Club.
CARIFTA Swimming Championships gold medalist Jessica Stephenson collected an overall six gold and two bronze medals to win the title of girls’ 15 and over age group champion at the Blue Waters Invitational Age Group Championships which concluded last Sunday at the Marlins Swimming Pool, Trinidad.
National swimming coach Stephanie Fraser says that the re-introduction of the sport of water polo to Guyanese will allow older swimmers to be involved in a competitive aquatic activity.
Swimmers Athena Gaskin, Britany van Lange and Onika George will represent Guyana at the Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ASATT) Invitational Age Group Championships to be held at the Marlins Swimming Pool, Trinidad starting tomorrow.
The semi-finals of the Digicel/Guyana Netball Association (GNA) Senior League is expected to commence tomorrow at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall court while the final is billed for Saturday.
The Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) has already submitted its proposals for the use of the Liliendaal 50m Olympic-size swimming pool, ahead of the official opening ceremony scheduled for today.
The long-awaited commissioning of the 50m Olympic-size swimming pool at Liliendaal will finally become a reality this Friday when the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports is expected to officially declare the pool open.
It was the resurfacing of an old injury after swimming his first event that accounted for Guyana’s Niall Roberts missing two of his scheduled events at the Pan American Games currently ongoing in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The Guyana swim team returned from the recently concluded Inter-Guiana Games that was held in Paramaribo, Suriname over the last weekend with a total of 17 medals.
At the age of nine not many persons can say that they have already decided on a career, not so for Priyanna Ramdhani who has her eyes set on excelling at the highest level of the sport of badminton.
Guyana’s Aliann Pompey will not be able to add a Pan American Games medal to the gold and silver she has won at two Commonwealth Games.
Guyana Squash Association (GSA) president Andrew Arjoon says that squash has had a successful year as most of its major plans came to fruition and its hosting of and the team and individual wins at the Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Junior Championships are among its proudest achievements.
Guyana’s top girls’ junior swimmer Brittany van Lange is confident and excited as she gears up for her newest challenge – contesting the Pan American Games in Mexico then heading straight to Suriname for the Inter-Guiana Games.
The Emanie Netball Club on Sunday bagged its second win of the Digicel/Guyana Netball Association senior league tournament on Sunday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
Ronaldo Rodrigues, fresh from participating at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Isla of Man and Britany van Lange, will spearhead the Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) 12-member team to the upcoming Inter Guiana Games (IGG) later this month in Suriname.
Closed for some two months now due to a “burnt out pump” the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports operated Colgrain Swimming Pool has officially re-opened.
Participants at the swimming segment of the annual Ministry of Education (MOE)/Guyana’s Tea-cher’s Union (GTU) National Schools’ Championships just might be performing in the 50m Olympic-Sized Pool if all goes well.