PSL Cycling Club’s UCI Class I International Fire on Wheels event will take place at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain Couva on September 14 and 15, featuring the recently crowned Pan American Games sprint kings.

Organiser Desmond Roberts confirmed to the Express yesterday that the event will pedal off in September. And he also revealed that teams from the United States, the Netherlands, Mexico, Barbados, Jamaica, Venezuela as well as T&T’s Pan American team sprint gold medallists Njisane Phillip, Nicholas Paul and Keron Bramble will compete in the event.

Get caught up with news from the news leader
Subscribe now and get access to the Trinidad Express E-paper
SUBSCRIBE/ LOG IN

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

Should William Wallace become the next president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, it would be a potential loss for the Secondary Schools Football League but a big gain for national football.

Grenada international AJ Paterson netted a brace while Trinidadian Ataulla Guerra scored one goal and set up another as Charleston Battery squeezed into the play-offs of the United Soccer League (USL) by thrashing Bethlehem Steel 5-1 in their final game of the regular season last weekend.

Official confirmation is yet to come but cycling officials are already hailing Teniel Campbell’s historic qualification for next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games. The deadline for qualification for the road events has now passed. 

CHLOE FRASER became only the third player from Trinidad and Tobago to reach as far as the semi-finals in the Hopes ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) Hopes Programme, in Puerto Rico recently.

Three new names have been added to the list of Trinidad and Tobago basketballers who are studying and playing in the United States’ Collegiate system. Local talents Ashanti Phillips, Tyrik Singh and Shaquille Bertrand are now pursuing their dreams after being granted athletic scholarships during the July August vacation.

It could be do or die for St Anthony’s College and opportunity lost for Presentation College San Fernando after play this afternoon in the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League. Or the championship battle could become hotter than ever.