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.
Luis Emilio Velutini
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
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