Telecommunication giants Digicel have aligned themselves with yet another athletics fraternity. Last Thursday, the company declared its support for the Seventh-Day Adventist Youth Congress Sports
– athletics won’t be featured The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) says the 2012 Inter Guiana Games (IGG) has been cancelled and in its place a Goodwill Games has been scheduled between Guyana and Suriname in Suriname.
New national junior 400 metres record holder and South American Under-23 bronze medalist Stephan James is at the crossroads of his budding career.
The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) yesterday declared the recent exploits of their Under-23 national team which participated at the just-concluded South American Under-23 championships a success.
-Digicel lauded for coming on board The annual National School’s, Cycling, Swimming and Track and Field Championships will be held in November the organizers stated yesterday.
Defence Headquarters (DHQ) once again pulled out another victory at the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) annual athletics championships yesterday at the Camp Ayanganna ground.
National senior sprint champion Rupert Perry had his first run on home soil yesterday since returning from a High Performance Training Centre in Jamaica and easily qualified for the men’s 200 metres finals of the Guyana Defence Force annual athletics championships.
Winston Messenger and Cleveland Thomas know that when it comes to today’s AINLIM 10K road race, they are not among the favourite to win it all.
A number of unavoidable snags were the main reasons for the Leonora Synthetic track falling behind its initial schedule according to Director of Design and Constructing Services Limited (DCSL) Patrick Pitt.
By Treiston Joseph and Yonalla Dalrymple It has been 20 months since the deal for phase one of what will be Guyana’s first synthetic track has been inked but the first phase is still to be completed.
Five athletes were reportedly selected for the upcoming Under-23 championships in Sao-Palo, Brazil coming out of a meeting with coaches and the Athletics Association Guyana’s (AAG) selection panel last evening.
United States of America-based World Junior 400 metres silver medallist Kadecia Baird will miss the upcoming Under-23 South American Junior Champion-ships president of the Athletics Association of Guyana Colin Boyce said yesterday.
A surging Winston George barely held off a tenacious Stephan James to win the 400 metres event at the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) Under-23 Championships yesterday at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.
Director of Sport, Neil Kumar, said yesterday that his ministry was looking to walk the walk with the national associations as they set sights on the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.
National athletes who have been training at the National Park 400 metres track which has deteriorated over the past couple of years, causing injuries to some of them, would soon have better conditions with the planned upgrade.
Nikkoloi Smith, Dominic Vincente and Dominique Douglas will headline the 2012 junior national basketball team to the Inter-Guiana Games slated for French Guiana later this year.
Arguably the most renowned coach Guyana currently has, Coach Lyndon Wilson of the Police Athletics Sports Club had an eye opener on his Olympic debut as coach for Guyana’s athletics team in London.
President of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA), KA Juman Yassin has concluded that for Guyana to do better at world class competitions such as the just-concluded London Olympic Games, more investment must be made to help the athletes to become professionals instead of being part-time competitors.
-wants Lotto funds to go to sports President of the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) KA Juman Yassin believes that investing in sports at the school level will help benefit the nation in the long run.
National long jump champion Leon Bishop jumped his way to glory when the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) held a mini meet to compensate for the postponed under-23 championships trials yesterday at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.
The 2012 London Olympics is over and the Guyana team is back home following a sub-par showing at the 30th edition of the prestigious games.
The Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) men’s basketball team will be somewhat upgraded for the 2012 edition in French Guiana as star guards Dominic Vincente and Nikkoloi Smith left last Thursday for a High Performance Training Camp in Suriname.
With Guyana failing to medal in both swimming and judo, two out of the three sporting disciplines they are participating in at the 2012 London Olympics, all eyes will now be on the track and field segment for a possible medal when the competition runs off tomorrow at the London Olympic Stadium.
Bags were packed and the time finally came for the 2012 Guyanese contingent for the London Olympics to depart Olympic House for the Cheddi Jagan International Airport at 11:00hrs on Wednesday.
Defending champions Headquarters captured yet another championship when the annual Track and Field Police Championships concluded yesterday at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.