Balram Narine was in sublime form as he dominated to ride unbeaten for the day to be crowned the top cyclist when the FACC successfully held its track attack cycle race 2018 on Sunday at the Rose hall Community Center Ground, East Canje Berbice.
Narine won four events as he rode away with the Unknown distance, the 20 lap’s event and the 3000Meters races with Ajai Gopilall and Ralph Sewnarine taking second and third respectively. In the 5000M event Narine won with Sewnarine taking second ahead of Gopilall third.
Also showing good form was Mario Washington in the Juvenile category as he won the 5000M race from Joshan Campbell and Justin. Washington also won the nine lap’s race from Thom and Jeremiah Joseph.
The U14 800M event was won by Joshan Campbell from Rickey Motiram and Shazim Yakub.
On the distaff side, up and coming Marcia Carrington was the top female on show as she won the 3000M race from Whitney Poyer and Rashana Reynolds. Carrington also won the 2000M ladies event with Reynolds placing second.
The event was for cyclists of the FACC.
The top performers received cash trophies and other memorabilia. The coordinator was cycling coach Randolph Roberts.
Roberts stated he was pleased that he was able to give the athletes an opportunity to compete.
A number of businesses were on board including- Banks DIH Limited, Furniture World, Ming’s Optical, Commander B Division Senior Superintendent Paul Langevine, John Lewis Styles, Hand in Hand, Fix It Electronics, Traffic Officer Timothy Williams, Courts Furniture Store, New Building Society, North East Trading, Club President John Lewis and Home Line Furnishing among others. (Samuel Whyte)
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