Fazia’s business group supports Briton John’s cycling endeavours

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Reigning National Cycling champion Briton John, who is on a path to successfully defend his title later this month, has been strategically competing at several events in the USA and other nations in the past month.

Just off his recent trip with other cyclists to a three-stage event in Suriname and French Guiana where he won the first stage, from Paramaribo to Albina, John is back in New York to continue preparations.

Recently, Fazia’s Collection, located at Anna Catherina, West Coast Demerara, and Fazia’s Auto Spare Parts and Accessories made a timely donation to John to aid him in his quest for success.

Sherry Anderson, a representative of Fazia’s Collection, handed the entity’s sponsorship to John at its Anna Catherina store, noting that the entity has been following the progress of the cyclist and was more than happy to support his ambitions in continuing to be the best.

“We are at Fazia’s Collection and Fazia’s Auto Spare Parts and Accessories have always been supportive of cycling over the years. We have seen the rise of Briton John and his consistency, so it was easy for us to accept his request for assistance. We would like to wish him well and encourage him to maintain a high level of discipline on and off the cycling track.”

John, in accepting the cheque, thanked Anderson and the principals of both entities whilst promising to maintain his high standards, citing the fact that he is on a pathway to excel thus his quest to compete at races that will test his ability and improve the same against quality opposition.

Meanwhile, John will compete in the Harlem Skyscraper Father’s Day Classic today in New York, while on June 23 he will be heading to compete in St. Lucia.

On June 26, John will be headed back to Guyana for the National Championship on June 30. On July 5-7, he will be in Anguilla for the John T. Memorial Race, following which he will travel to the US to compete in other events.

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