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Browne chases another cycling gold medal

Browne chases another cycling gold medal

In Cy­cling-Track

Kwe­si Browne will race for gold in the men’s keirin fi­nals on Sun­day evening af­ter pro­gress­ing as an au­to­mat­ic qual­i­fi­er, win­ning heat two in round one at the Velo­drome in the Na­tion­al Sport­ing Vil­lage ear­li­er on Sun­day. He will race for a place on the podi­um among the top six qual­i­fiers in the Fi­nals set for 7.58 pm (T&T time).

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Al­so on Sun­day, Alexi Cos­ta and Te­niel Camp­bell were sched­uled to race in the Women’s Madi­son (30km with 12 sprints) but did not start. Man­ag­er of the na­tion­al cy­cling team, David Fran­cis ex­plained that Camp­bell got in late from France on Sat­ur­day af­ter she was bumped off her flight.

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Cos­ta was in ac­tion on Sat­ur­day in the women’s om­ni­um, fin­ish­ing in ninth place over­all with 76 points. She was 10th in the fi­nal ride, the points race, but did not earn any points.

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Cos­ta had ear­li­er in the day, earned 26 points in the 30-lap scratch race fol­low­ing her eighth-place fin­ish. In the tem­po race, she crossed ninth and award­ed 24 points while in the elim­i­na­tion race, she was placed eighth and got 26 points

In Swim­ming

Ja­da Cha­toor fin­ished 14th in the Women’s 10km in the Open Wa­ter Swim com­pe­ti­tion at La­gu­na Bu­ja­ma. The lo­cal swim­mer clocked 2:14:50.6

At present, all sail­ing events have been de­layed, sim­i­lar­ly on Sat­ur­day, due to no wind com­pe­ti­tion was de­layed then post­poned to to­day

Lo­cal sailors Kel­ly-Ann Ar­rindell and An­drew Lewis are sched­uled to com­pete in races one, two and three in the Men’s and Women’s Dinghy Open Se­ries at Bahia de Para­cas