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Antigua dominated 2017 OECS cycling championships

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfNeWKGjSoU&index=3&list=PLwMMVsJpuhI1zKAJPXHojAgAUBdYzazFc&ytbChannel=Charles ROSEAU, DOMINICA; SUNDAY JULY 02, 2017 – Antigua and Barbuda dominated the 2017 Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, taking four of the top five...

Tough tour for Alexis but must experience gained

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA - Grenadian cyclist Christopher Alexis Jr. has returned to the island after competing for two weekends in Guyana. Alexis competed in...

Dominica recognises her best in sports for 2015

Tyron Theophile and Shannee Angol were named Dominica’s 2015 Sportsman and Sportswoman, receiving cash along with other prizes. They were among thirty-eight individuals and groups...

Peterkin makes strong bid for PASO presidency

Former president of the Saint Lucia National Olympic Committee Richard Peterkin says that his bid for the Presidency of the Pan American Sports Organisation,...

Man that pay gap just too big

West Indies Women’s captain Stafanie Taylor has acknowledged teammate Deandra Dottin’s concerns about the pay disparity in the game, but says she hopes the...

Project Breakaway to host Beacon Independence Cycling Challenge

Project Breakaway will host the first ever Beacon Independence Cycling Challenge along the John Compton Highway – from Lucelec’s headquarters, Sans Souci, to the...

West Indies mankad Zimbabwe to enter quarterfinal

West Indies Under-19 entered the quarter-final of the World Cup in controversial and tense circumstances, as Keemo Paul effected a mankad to claim the...

Butler credits discipline, dedication for latest achievement

ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA; WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27, 2016 – Antigua and Barbuda national female cyclist Tamiko Butler said the path to success was a rough...

West Indies back to World Twenty20 number one spot

West Indies have claimed the No. 1 spot in the ICC Twenty20 rankings after Sri Lanka, who had largely occupied the top rung since...

Saint Lucia withdraws as host of 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 02, 2015 - Saint Lucia has withdrawn as host of the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, it was announced here today. The decision...

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