Lee Ahye leads strong T&T team to Montego Bay

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Reigning 100 metres girls sprint champion Michelle Lee Ahye will spearhead a strong 66-member Trinidad and Tobago squad at this month’s Games in Montego Bay.

AAG to meet today to discus Carifta Games selections, Rigby/Ned meet

By Treiston Joseph The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) will  meet to discuss the way forward for the selection of the Carita Games team since the re-run of the Carifta Trials scheduled for Sunday at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary was called off due to heavy rainfall.

Weather takes a toll on AAG calendar

- IGG trials moved to March 4

As the rainy weather descends upon the plains it is doing it’s part to dampen plans of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) in keeping  its scheduled  2011 calendar of events.

Ageday triumphs in 100m, 200m races

AAG meet…

Discipline proved to be a crucial factor for Junior Sportsman-of-the-Year, Chavez Ageday when he won the 100 metres boys under-20 race which had five false starts at the Eve Leary ground yesterday.

Jamaica to host Carifta Games

(Jamaica Gleaner) After months of uncertainty, The Gleaner understands that Jamaica will, after all, host this year’s troubled Carifta Games, in the second city of Montego Bay between April 23-25.

AAG to open season Sunday at Eve Leary meet

The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) season is scheduled to get underway on Sunday at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary, with a developmental track meet from 11:30 hours.

10K race walk billed for National Park today

- February busy month for race walkers

The Cavaliers Sports and Tour Club (CSTC) will launch its 2011 race walk season with a 10K event around the National Park commencing at 06:30hrs this morning.

Sprint star already sizing up South Korea success

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Jamaican sprint wizard Usain Bolt says he has resumed training and is already eyeing the defence of his titles at the World Championships in South Korea this August.

Rudisha steals Bolt’s thunder with records

RALEIGH, North Carolina,  (Reuters) – A young Kenyan  provided athletics’ biggest breakthrough in a year when injuries  and American Tyson Gay bested Usain Bolt.

Pompey’s silver medal highlight of AAG year – Boyce

-laments fact that athlete has not been handsomely rewarded

President of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG), Colin Boyce, says he is satisfied “to a point” with how the year has been for the AAG given some of the superior achievements that Guyanese athletes have attained for the year.

AAG announces calendar of events for 2011

The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) has completed its calendar of events for 2011 that starts on January 16 with the annual National Cross Country Championships set for Kuru Kuru on the Linden Highway.  

Race on to have Olympic-size pool ready for schools championships

With the schools National Track and Field, Swimming and Cycling Championships fast approaching its November 9 commencement date, the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports is racing to have the facilities of the 50m Olympic-size swimming pool ready for the swimming segment of the event.

Reward Pompey, plan ahead

Says Donald Duff It is difficult to form an assessment of the Guyana team’s performance at the  recent XIX Commonwealth  Games.

Sanford House is tops at GTI C/ships

Sanford House yesterday ran out comfortable winners of the athletics championships of the Government Technical Institute (GTI), at the Ministry of Education Sports Complex, Carifesta Avenue.