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Victorious year for Jamaul John, who earns yet another victory

Jamaul John, 2019 (Orlando Charles photo)

The annual Victor Macedo Memorial Cycle Road Race, hosted by Flying Stars Cycling Club, came to an end with tense competition among Guyana’s top cyclists on Sunday.

Jamaul John won in the open division ahead of second place Curtis Dey. In third place was Briton John. Romello Crawford finished third, while Christopher Griffith ended in fifth place.

This is the continuation of a triumphant year for John, who also won the Burnham Memorial Road Race and Team Alanis’ 60-mile road race a few months ago. He also competed in the Independence three-stage road race, where he won the second leg and finished second overall.

In the Junior division of Sunday’s race, Alexander Leung won first place while Mario Washington came in second, and Sherwin Sampson finished third.

For the Masters U50, Paralympian Walter Grant-Stuart, who was the reigning champion in the Victor Macedo race, took the top spot. He is closely followed by Alexis Mendes in second and Paul Choo-wee-nam third.

Talim Shaw won the Masters Over 50 division. For pre-juniors, Nevan Wilson came in first ahead of Christian Dudley.

Lindener Clivecia Spencer won the female division with no competition. The 18-year-old competed in her first-ever stage race just a few months ago, where she was also the lone competitor.

Briton John won a total of seven sprint prizes, while Jamual John, Christopher Griffith, and Curtis Dey claimed one sprint prize each.


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