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guardian.co.tt Tuesday, January 24, 2017
on heat in T&TCF
Heatwave cyclist, Jabari
Whiteman withstood a compet-
itive field and rain to pedal away
with the T&T Cycling Federation's
second event of the season, the 94.5
kilometres Road Race from the
Audrey Jeffers Highway (foreshore)
to the Toco Secondary (Keshorn
Walcott High School) on Sunday.
A third placed finisher in this year's
curtain raiser Whiteman completed
the gruelling ride in two hours, 23.23
minutes to win both the Elite (Open)
and Junior titles.
In the Elite Class, he was first home
ahead of Team DPS's Tyler Cole, Bar-
badian Phillip Clarke (Knights FR) who
won the season opener, Loremnzo Or-
osco (Team DPS) and Luis Diaz (The
The quartet of Garvin Nero (Team
DPS), Gevan Samuel (The Braves),
Akil Campbell (PSL) and Bernardo
Diaz (The Braves) completed the top
And among the Juniors, Whiteman
topped the field ahead of Cole, Orosco
and Adam Francis of The Braves.
The third Road Series event, a 4km
Time Trial ride will pedal off from Ma-
racas Bay to the Lookout, on Saturday
Chuck E Cheese
FIFA 17 PS4 battle
Chuck E Cheese's, in con-
junction with Chrono Fan-
tasy, will host its inaugural
Chuck E Cheese's FIFA17
Youth Cup on February 4,
2017 at Chuck E Cheese's,
It is a FIFA17 video game
tournament played on eight
screens using the PS4 console.
The tournament is open to
64 entrants, 15 years-old and
under, and is scheduled to last
It will feature group match-
es, with the top group teams
proceeding to the Knockout
rounds, quarterfinals, semifi-
nals and then the final.
Group matches will be played
in the party rooms while the
semifinal and final match-
es will be played on the 156"
screen in Chuck E Cheese's
party area. The tournament
will be streamed live.
Entrance to the tournament
is $60, and the entrants will get
that value in tokens to play the
65-plus matches at Chuck E
There is more than $4,000 in
prizes, including audience priz-
es for impromptu events open
to all ages, including adults.
The winner will earn them-
self a $750 FanClub voucher,
Chuck E Cheese Trophy and
game of choice from coca-co-
la; second gets a $500 FanClub
voucher, and third a $250 Fan-
Club voucher. The top four
players will also each collect a
Entry forms are available
online, and payment must
be made at Chuck E Cheese's
Chaguanas, or San Fernando
stores, and The Fan Club (cash
only at The Fan Club).
Registration closes on Friday
January 27, and is filling up fast
so be sure to register as soon as
Chuck E. Cheese's, "Where
, is the ulti-
mate in family entertainment,
where the whole family can en-
joy great food and drinks and
superb entertainment (video
and skill games, tickets and
prizes) in one stop, and it's af-
For more details, please
see our website (www.
Facebook page, or come into
either of our Chuck E Cheese's
stores in Brentwood, Chagua-
nas, or C3 Centre, San Fernan-
do or call Alpha at 484-5060.
This country will be represent-
ed in the sport of beach volleyball
when the 2017 Commonwealth
Youth Games take place in Nassau,
The Youth Games is due to run from
July 19 to 23 and will be the largest inter-
national sporting event ever to be staged
in Bahamas and the largest-ever edition
of the Games with up to 1,300 athletes
aged 14 to 18 set to participate.
It will mark the first time ever that
beach volleyball will be included in the
A total of 24 teams are set to be fielded
in beach volleyball, a sport which is due
to make its debut on the Commonwealth
Games program at Gold Coast 2018.
The men's tournament will feature
Australia, Bahamas, Cyprus, England,
Ghana, Jamaica, New Zealand, Nigeria,
Papua New Guinea, St Lucia, South Af-
rica and T&T.
Contesting the women's competition
will be Australia, Bahamas, Cameroon,
England, Jamaica, Kenya, New Zealand,
Nigeria, St Lucia, Scotland, T&T and
Jabari Whiteman of Heatwave Cycle Club.
T&T beach vballers for
Commonwealth Youth Games
Sunday's Road Series Race Two results
Elite (Open): 1. Jabari Whiteman (Heatwave)
- 1:24.23hrs; 2. Tyler Cole (Team DPS); 3.
Phillip Clarke (Knights FR) 4. Lorenzo Orosco
(Team DPS); 5. Luis Diaz (The Braves); 6.
Garvin Nero (Team DPS); 7. Gevan Samuel
(The Braves); 8. Akil Campbell (PSL); 9.
Bernardo Diaz (The Braves); 10. Adam
Alexander (Team Foundation); 11. Joshua
Alexander (Team Foundation); 12. Adam
Francis (The Braves); 13. Sheldon Ramjit
(Hummingbirds); 14. Colin Wilson (The
Braves); 15. Alexzander Gibbon (Heatwave).
Juniors: 1. Jabari Whiteman (Heatwave); 2.
Tyler Cole (Team DPS); 3. Lorenzo Orosco
(Team DPS); 4. Adam Francis (The Braves).
Juveniles: 1. Enrique de Comarmond
(Heatwave); 2. Joshua Rawlins (South
Claine); 3. Rodell Woods (Team Woods); 4.
Leyton Fyfield (Team Woods).
Ladies Senior: 1. Teniel Campbell (PSL/RBC);
2. Cheyenne Awai (Unattached); 3. Tonya
Sin Kow (The Braves); 4. Christiane Farah
Masters 40+: 1. Mark Hosein (Breakaway);
2. Raphael Figuera (Breakaway); 3. Douglas
D'Abadie (Team SR); 4. Stephen Rodney
Masters 50+: 1. Michael Brown (Christian
Wheelers); 2. Sheldon Cockburn (Knights Fr);
3. Dirk Tidd (Knights FR); 4. Ronald Crooks
Masters 60+: 1. Cyril Fook (PSL/RBC); 2.
Dennis Ghent (Team SR); 3. Robert Farrell
(Southampton); 4. Godfrey Clyne (South
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