On Monday, the second day of the Championships, parents and teachers gathered at the inner circuit of the National Park and were witnesses to a day of spectacular riding from 15-year-old Rosheka Crawford (Corentyne Comprehensive High School) in the U-16 category, however it was her male counterparts who pushed their district to a lop-sided victory.

National Cyclist Ajay Gopilall finished as the Male Open category Champion while Joshon Campbell and Mario Washington dominated the U-14 and U-16 categories to hand Corentyne a 51-point gap over their nearest rivals, Upper Demerara-Kwakwani (District 10).

By the end of the day’s action Corentyne had racked up 288 points, while District 10 finished on 237 points. Meanwhile, third place went to District 15 (New Amsterdam) who had 150 points with Bartica coming in fourth place on 147 points.

District 11 (North Georgetown) and District 13 (South Georgetown) were level with 101 points in fifth place fifth with District 3 (West Demerara) in seventh on 70 points.

District Five (West Coast Berbice) ended on 57 points; District 12 (East Georgetown) on 50 points; District 14 (East Bank Demerara) on 39 points; District eight (Potaro-Siparuni) on 36 points, District 4 (East Coast Demerara) on 23 points and District Two (Essequibo Coast-Pomeroon) on 21 points.

The action continues with the Swimming championships at the National Aquatic Center on Tuesday (November 19) and the Track and Field action from November 20-22 and the National Track and Field Center, Leonora on the West Coast of Demerara.

District 10 (Upper Demerara/Kwakwani) are the defending champions.


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