South American junior bronze medalist Stephan James is feeling confident going into the 2012 season as he plans to represent Guyana at every international junior competition there is this year.
The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) dynamic sprint duo of Rupert Perry and Quinse Clark, is looking forward to making their Olympics debut when the 2012 London Olympics runs off from July 27 to August 12.
Coach of the Ruralites Track and Field Club Raymond Daw says he is disheartened with the conditions under which his athletes have to train.
Two days after being told that they would no longer participate in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Twenty20 tournament and one day after learning that they would be replaced by a WICB `B’ team, the Amazon Conquerors as the national T20 team is known found themselves back in the competition.
President of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) Colin Boyce has deemed last year a successful year and is optimistic about the future of athletics in Guyana especially for this year.
For the second year in succession Alpha United won a football tournament on New Year’s Day following last year’s victory in the annual Kashif and Shanghai tournament.
Captains of Alpha “The Hammer” United and Fruta Conquerors, the teams competing in the Banks Beer Cup knockout final have expressed confidence ahead of the much anticipated grand finale this evening at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United hammered in two late goals against Sunburst Camptown in the final minutes of extra time to secure their spot in the final of the Banks Knockout Football Tournament at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground Friday evening.
Kwakwani dethroned Linden Technical Institute (LTI) to clinch the 2011 championship title of the Titan’s Bowl Basketball Tournament on Wednesday evening at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
The University of Guyana (UG) subdued Bishops’ High School on Sunday night in the opening game of the 2011 and second edition of the Titans Bowl Basketball Tournament at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall when it bounced off.
National table tennis player Nigel Bryan yesterday created history by becoming the first person in Guyana to win the junior, senior and under-21 titles at the annual national championships.
Top seeds in the Under-21 male and female categories Nigel Bryan and Trenace Lowe respectively played true to the seedings yesterday when the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) national championships continued at the National Gymnasium.
Guyana’s most accomplished female athlete, Aliann Pompey, recently revealed to Stabroek Sport her thoughts about her year along with plans for 2012, including the Olympic Games in London.
Victoria Kings Football Team yesterday received their winners cheque of $250,000 for being victorious in the just-concluded East Coast Football senior league sponsored by Mackeson at Ansa McAl’s headquarters on the East Coast.
Local distance queen Alika Morgan shrugged off her disappointing run at the South American 10 kilometres road race held here recently to capture the Caribbean championship at the Barbados 10k run last Saturday.
President of the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) Colin Bynoe said yesterday that his union will be looking to find ways to improve the annual schools national track and field, cycling and swimming championships.
Distance `King’ Cleveland Forde ran a tactically sound race yesterday to come out on top of the second leg of the South American 10 kilometres road race which started at the Police Sport Club, Eve Leary.
North Georgetown athlete Jevina Sampson rewrote the history books when the 51st edition of the National Schools Athletics, Cycling and Swimming Championships continued yesterday at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Drama unfolded at the South Dakota racing circuit yesterday as the 2011 GT&T/Seaboard Marine Caribbean Race of Championships ended with spills, thrills and an unlikely winner in Barbadian Roger Mayers.
The Schools National Championships, the largest local sporting event that draws over 2,000 athletes, will run off from November 14 as the three Georgetown Districts get set to make a bid for the title.
The Guyana Police Force ‘A’ arrested their fellow Police counterparts when the 2011 Inter-Organization team Table Tennis competition concluded yesterday at Queen’s College’s Auditorium.
Pacesetters ‘A’ dominated their opponents on Saturday evening when the super sixteen rounds of the Mackeson Smooth Moves 3-on-3 basketball tournament concluded at the Mackenzie Sports Club basketball court in Linden.
Cleveland Forde and Alika Morgan will headline the second leg of the 2011 South American 10 kilometres road race scheduled here for November 20.
Guyana’s male volleyball team rallied to win a tough encounter at the Inter Guiana Games Saturday evening at the Anthony Nesty Hall in Suriname.
From Treiston Joseph in Suriname Guyana’a Inter Guiana games track and field team had a successful final training session yesterday morning at the Andre Kamperveen Stadium in preparation for today’s athletic events.