Michael Anthony of District 10 (Upper Demerara\Kwakwani) rode brilliantly to capture the Boys Open 3000 meters race when competition in the Digicel National Schools Cycling championships continued yesterday at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
Anthony edged Hamza Eastman of District 11 (North Georgetown) in second place while Andre Green of District 6 (Corentyne) took third spot. Green rebounded to take the 2000m Boys Open ahead of Shaquille
Agard of District 10 and Daniel Vossey of District 4 (East Coast Demerara) in that order.
The 1000m Boys Open title was taken by Akeem Arthur of District 10 while Elijah Brijadder of District 6 finished second and Alanzo Ambrose of District 11 took third spot. Toshawanna Doris of District 11 grabbed gold in the Girls Open 2000m while Geleica Stanley of District 6 bagged silver and Assatta Eastman of District 12 (East Georgetown) claimed bronze.
Marica Dick of District 15 (New Amsterdam) took the top podium spot in the Girls open 1000m, Niomi Alsopp of District 10 copped second position and Shivanie Wilson of District 5 (West Coast Berbice) finished third.
The Girls Under-16 1000m was won by Sheriah Melville of District 13 (South Georgetown); Okel Samuels of District 4 placed second and District 5 Allesia Grant occupied the third spot.
Delicia Garment of District 6 took the honours in the Girls Open 2000m ahead of Sonia Campbell of District 15 and Jasmine Louisy of District 10 respectively.
Romello Crawford of District 6 captured the Boys Under-16 1000m while Shemar Sears of District 13 placed second and Amunike Gomes of District 11, third. The 2000m Boys Under-16 contest was taken by Andrew Hicks of District 6, Tarique Williams of District 10 took second and Teejay Bakker of District 4 finished third.
Hicks was again in winners row in the boys Under-16 3000m; Williams claimed the runner-up position and third place went to Jaleel Jackson of District 13. Destheney Lewis of District 15 carted off the Girls Under-14 2000m race while Tiana Barker of District 12 got silver and Teneisha London of District 4, bronze.
Stacy Hope gave District 15 valuable points when she pedaled her way to victory in the Girls Under-14 1000m; Deancae Welsh of District 6 and Carlene Mc Donald of District 5 claimed second and third places respectively.
Britton John of District 11 won the Boys Under-14 3000m followed by Mark Gravesande of District 12 and Keaton Hudson of District 6 in that order. District 7 (Bartica) tasted success in the Boys Under-14 1000m which was won by Carim Chase, Tyresse Souvenir of District 11 placed second and Rashidi Ceres of District 13, third.
Britton John of District 11 triumphed in the Boys Under-14 2000m while Gravesande and Marlon Chan of District 7 completed the top three positions. District 7 is ahead on the points table with 147 followed by District 11 on 121. District 10 follows next with 110, District 15 on 99 and District 4 on 92, completing the top five at the end of the penultimate day of competition. (Zaheer Mohamed)
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