Jamaul John wins Team Alanis’ 60-mile road race
Jamaul John of Team Foundation on Sunday emerged winner of the Team Alanis organised 60-mile road race from Georgetown to Mahaicony and back to the city for the finish.
The USA-based John clocked two hours, 23 minutes, 55 seconds (02h: 23m: 55s) to win ahead of his namesake Brighton John of We Stand United Cycle Club, Christopher Griffith (Team Evolution), Alex Mendes (Roraima Cycle Club), Andrew Hicks (We Stand United Cycle Club) and Deeraj Garbarran (We Stand United Cycle Club) in that order.
Jamaul John and Brighton John won two prime prizes each, while Hicks and Marcus Keiler shared the other two. Mendes was the top Masters rider and David Hicks won the Junior category.
Below are the summarised results.
1st- Jamaul John
2nd- Briton John
3rd- Christopher Griffith
4th- Alex Mendes
5th- Andrew Hicks
6th- Deeraj Gharbarran
1st- Alex Mendes
2nd- Paul Choweenam
3rd- Jaikarran Sookhai
1st- David Hicks
2nd- Mario Washington
3rd- Shurwyn Sampson
The event was sanctioned by the Guyana Cycling Federation and was held in conformity with the National COVID-19 measures.