Cycling

Cycling

  • 2017 EGP final day

    The National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva got its taste of intense Elite International Cycling when the third and final night of competition of the Easter International Cycling Grand Prix stopped at the venue. It was a night for the true cycling lovers as not only were the matchups and races exciting but it…

  • Quincy Alexander takes gold

    Another exciting day of events we had with our fine performances by our T&T cyclists, Quincy alexander taking the gold medal in the keirin final and Njisane Phillip 2nd place with Hersony Canelon of Venezuela 3rd place. Akil Campbell riding to victory in the curtain event, the Men’s Scratch Race,with a burst of speed…

  • Local sprint cyclist Kwesi Browne continued to make progress towards qualification for the World Championships by picking up more precious World Cup points. For the second straight week at a World Cup meet, Browne reached the semi-final stage in the keirin, this time at the fourth leg of the 2016-2017 series in Los Angeles,…

  • Browne qualifies

    Despite a disappointing end to his World Cup campaign, it was still mission accomplished for Trinidad and Tobago cyclist Kwesi Browne. Browne, who rode in the final two legs of the UCI World Cup series in an effort to qualify for this year’s World Championships in Hong Kong, did just enough to clinch a…

  • Kwesi Browne gets big boost

    With 350 World Cup points in the bag following his best ever finish in Cali, Colombia last week, cyclist Kwesi Browne will be chasing more points and another spot in the keirin final in Los Angeles this weekend. Browne will enter the fourth leg of the UCI World Cup at the StubHub Velo Sports…

  • Just around the bend

    At 10.30 last Thursday morning in Balmain, the work day was well along at the National Cycling Centre. The track was populated with riders, Kwesi Browne among them, while down in the “pit,” clusters of athletes sat about, resting their legs and talking things over. Nicholas Paul and female sprinter Kollyn St George were…

  • Lights please

    As a boy growing up in St James, I heard a lot about Arima and the eastern borough’s love for sport. But I was one of those people who thought anywhere beyond the Lighthouse was “de country”, and had few opportunities to experience that Arima sporting magic. There was one occasion, though, that stands…

  • Third leg of road series on today

    The third leg of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation’s Road series gets going this morning in South Trinidad. Barbadian Phillip Clarke and Jabari Whiteman of the Heatwave cycle club took the first and second installments of the series. This morning’s race will be a 110km grind, starting at seven o’clock at the Brian…

  • Whiteman wins race to Toco

    Jabari Whiteman improved on his third place finish in the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation’s first Road Series event with victory yesterday in the second instalment. Whiteman completed the 95-kilometre race from the Mucurapo Foreshore to the Keshorn Walcott High School in Toco in two hours, 24 minutes, 23 seconds to cop top spot…

  • T&T to host Junior Pan Am track cycling

    After receiving unanimous support from all clubs present at the most recent General Council meeting, followed by glowing support from the Minister of Sport, Darryl Smith on Friday, the T&T Cycling Federation (T&TCF) will host a major continental cycling event for the first time ever. This after it was confirmed that this year’s  Junior…

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