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.

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Team TTO failed to qualify for the 2020 FINA Youth Water Polo World Championships when they bowed 22-11 to Colombia yesterday, the final day of the UANA Pan American Youth Water Polo Championships at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva.

West Indies reverted to a familiar, albeit frustrating, theme yesterday, producing a feeble batting effort to leave powerhouses India in control after the second day of the opening Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

TRINIDAD and Tobago’s men got off the mark to avoid the cellar place in Group B when the round-robin phase of the CASA (Caribbean Area Squash Association) Championship concluded Thursday night in Guyana.

LEON CASSIE and Vance Juteram failed to get into the medal round when the international open events of the Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation (CAREBACO) Championship continued Thursday night in Barbados.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Che Richards produced the third best leap of his career at the Scottish National Senior Championships in Grangemouth on Sunday, the University of Edinburgh student disturbing the sand at 7.71 metres to strike gold.