Alex Arjoon retained his senior squash crown while world-rated player Nicolette Fernandes dethroned defending champion Ashley Khalil at the conclusion of the 2017 Digicel Senior National Squash Championships at the Georgetown Club Squash Courts Saturday evening.
HARARE, Zimbabwe, CMC – Bhaskar Yadram extended his fine of form with another half-century as West Indies Under-19s made a winning start to their three-match Youth One-Day International series against Zimbabwe Under-19s with a 39-run victory here yesterday.
Guyana’s national table tennis players are holding their own at the ongoing senior Caribbean Table Tennis Championships currently being played in Havana, Cuba after turning in several impressive performances.
(Reuters) – Chris Froome picked up 500,000 euros ($582,900) yesterday as his prize for winning the Tour de France — a tidy sum but a relative pittance compared to the huge sums banked by the top names in other sports.
(The Sports Xchange) – The horse racing world was turned upside-down when Arrogate, rated the top horse in the world and the all-time leading money winner among North American thoroughbreds, suffered one of the biggest upsets in thoroughbred history on Saturday at Del Mar, California.
Four-time national champions Christianburg/Wismar Secondary crushed Region Eight’s Mahdia Secondary 5-0 when the Digicel Schools Football Championships National Playoffs commenced yesterday at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) ground, Linden.
Sparta Boss will oppose Future Stars while Back Circle will engage West Front Road-Gold is Money in the semi-final round on Thursday following quarterfinal wins on Saturday in the ‘Keep Ya Five Alive’ Futsal Championships.
(Reuters) – Big-serving John Isner became the first man in a decade to go through an entire ATP tournament without facing a break point as he used his dominant serve to win the Hall of Fame Open in Rhode Island yesterday.
SOUTHPORT, England, (Reuters) – British Open champion Jordan Spieth was haunted by bad memories yesterday as he faced up to the possibility of throwing away another big lead in the final round of a major.
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey, (Reuters) – Two sublime goals from Neymar gave Barcelona a 2-1 win over Juventus in front of an 82,000 crowd at MetLife Stadium in the International Champions Cup on Saturday.
PARIS, (Reuters) – Chris Froome put on a near-perfect performance to claim his fourth Tour de France and move within one title of cycling’s greatest yesterday as Team Sky tightened their grip on the classic race.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – The Australian cricketers’ union has told players a pay deal may not be struck with the national board before the home “summer of cricket”, which includes the lucrative and highly anticipated Ashes series.
HARARE, Zimbabwe, CMC – Head coach, Graeme West, is expecting another tough series when the West Indies Under-19s square off against their Zimbabwe counterparts in three Youth One-Day Internationals starting here today.
Defending champion Alex Arjoon will battle Richard Chin in the men’s Open singles final while Nicolette Fernandes will tackle defending champion Ashley Khalil in the women’s singles final following semifinal wins Friday in the Guyana Squash Association (GSA) Digicel Senior National Squash Championships.
Recently demoted Elite League participants, Pele and Georgetown Football Club (GFC), were presented with footballs by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) President Wayne Forde to aid their reintegration process.
MARSEILLE, France, (Reuters) – Chris Froome kept his composure in a hostile environment as he virtually secured a fourth Tour de France title after extending his overall lead with a good showing in yesterday’s 22.5-km time trial through the streets of Marseille.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Chief selector Courtney Browne believes there will be other opportunities for all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall, after the burly Antiguan was overlooked for the recently-named Test squad for the tour of England.
SOUTHPORT, England, (Reuters) – Jordan Spieth led the British Open by three shots and Branden Grace posted the lowest score at a men’s major championship in a dramatic third round at sun-kissed Royal Birkdale yesterday.
(Reuters) – England start as favourites to lift their fourth Women’s World Cup title at Lord’s yesterday, but face an Indian side high on confidence after knocking out defending champions Australia in the semi-finals.