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good early form
Jamol Eastmond was victorious
after winning the main event of
T&T Cycling Federation (TTCF)
Track Series at the Arima Velo-
drome, Arima Municipal Stadium
The Barbadian, who won the
second leg of the recent Road Se-
ries as well, nipped his rival Jabari
Whiteman on the finish line of
the Elite 1&2 and Elite Men 20-lap
race which was the curtain event.
Following in their was PSL Cy-
cling Club’s Akeil Campbell in
third and Adam Alexander who
Some of the bigger names in
this event included local long-dis-
tance cycling, Kemp Orosco, Tyler
Cole and women’s cyclist Alexi
Perhaps the biggest highlight
of the night came in the form of
Keiana Lester returning to compe-
tition after a near-fatal vehicular
accident in early December 2016.
She spent most last year recov-
ering and was finally ready for
competitive action and ended in
fourth spot in the Elite Women’s
four-lap race, where Cheyenne
Awai held off Costa’s challenge to
cross the line in first, while Chris-
tiane Farah finished third.
Farah however went on to
win the Elite Women’s three-lap
pointer later in the afternoon.
In the Elite Men’s four-lap race,
Campbell rode to victory as he
overtook the lead on the back
straight of the final lap, blowing
away his opposition in the pro-
cess. The PSL rider was followed
by Whiteman and Alexander in
third. Tyler Cole finished fourth.
In the Masters 60-69 division,
PSL’s Cyril Fook took the three-
lap race, while Roger Malco won
the four-lapper in the 40-49 divi-
Akiel Duke returns a backhand against Aidan Carter (not shown), during the men’s singles final of the Shell
Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament at the club’s courts on Victoria Avenue in Port-of-Spain on Saturday. Duke
suffered a 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 loss.
Under-7 Boys (250m): 1 Elisha Greene Jr
U-9 Boys (250m): 1. Jahazel Gordon
(Rigtech Sonics); 2. Jeduthun Henry (Rigtech
Sonics); 3. Liam Wilson (Arima Wheelers); 4.
Matthaus Broomes (Madonna Wheelers)
U-11 Girls (One Lap): 1. Maia Seyjagat
U-11 Boys (One Lap): 1. Kafele De
Sormeaux (Arima Wheelers); 2. Aksel Johnson
(Rigtech Sonics); 3. Jonathan Meyers (Madonna
Wheelers); 4. Sayeed Bharath (Madonna
U-13 Boys (One Lap): 1. Judah Neverson
(Rigtech Sonics); 2. Chad Dixon (Rigtech Sonics);
3. William Platter (Madonna
Wheelers); 4. Amari Dollaway
U-13 Girls (One Lap): 1. Isis
Gaskin (Arima Wheelers)
Tinymites Boys (Three
Laps): 1.Devante Lawrence
(Arima Wheelers); 2.Jarel
Mohammed (Southclaine); 3.
Aaron Matas (Sonics).
Juvenile Boys: 1. D’Angelo
Harris (Rigtech Sonics); 2. Joshua
Rawlins (Southclaine); 3. Tariq
Woods (Team Woods); 4. Ryan
D’Abreau (Arima Wheelers)
Tinymite Girls (Two
Laps): 1. Alexia Wilson (Arima
Junior Boys (Three Laps):
1. Aaron Alleyne (Phoenix); 2.
Darius Beckles (Open Road); 3.
Maurice Burnette (Phoenix); 4.
Thair Alexander (Team Woods).
Juvenile Girls (Two
Laps): 1. Makayla Hernandez
(Madonna); 2. Zahra Gaskin
Elite Women (Four Laps):
1. Cheyenne Awai (Heatwave);
2. Alexi Costa (Heatwave); 3.
Christianne Farah (Breakaway); 4.
Keiana Lester(Rigtech Sonics)
Elite One (Four Laps): 1.
Akil Campbell (PSL); 2. Jabari
Whiteman (unattached); 3.
Adam Alexander (Team Raiders);
4. Tyler Cole (Team DPS).
Elite Two (Four Laps): 1.
Marcus Boneo (Arima Wheelers);
2. Marcus Carvalho (Heatwave);
3. Ronell Roddy Woods (PSL); 4.
Donell Harrison (Rigtech Sonics)
Masters 40-49 (Four
Laps): 1. Stephen Rodney (Team
Raiders); 2. Marlon Choo Hing
(PSL); 3. Roger Malco (Team
Raiders); 4. Marlon Joseph
Masters 50-59 (Four
Laps): 1. Joel Browne (Arima
Wheelers); 2. Wendell Charles
(Slipstream); 3. Walter Paul
(Rigtech Sonics); 4. Chad Dixon
Masters 60-69 (Three Laps): 1. Cyril
Fook (PSL); 2. Harideva La Fond (Team SR);
3. Desmond Roberts (PSL); 4. Robert Farrell
Masters 70+ (One Lap): 1. Pat Nelson
(Breakaway); 2. Joey Nunes (Hummingbird)
Elite Three (Four Laps): 1. Daniel Wallen
(Slipstream); 2. Brent Mitchell (Chain Lynx);
3. Kirtson George (Team Raiders); 4. Derron
Maillard (Chain Lynx)
Elite One (Eight Laps): 1. Anders
Diaz (Team Raiders); 2. Haseem Mc Lean
(unattached); 3. Jabari Whiteman (unattached);
4. Adam Alexander (Team Raiders)
SATURDAY’S TRACK SERIES RESULTS
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