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Kaya Cattouse wins Test Races Print E-mail
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Thursday, 25 September 2014 00:00

brandon cattouse1.jpg - 105.11 KbThe Cycling Federation of Belize sponsored three Test Races that will be used to select the National Cycling Team of Belize to represent the country at the Caribbean Cycling championship scheduled for Puerto Rico in October of 2014.

The second of the three test races were held on Saturday Sept 20th on the Boom Circuit where the federation utilized a 12 mile circuit.

In the junior category, first place went to Tarique Flowers of Benny’s Megabytes, second place went to Kaydine Pinello of BECOL Chavarria, third place went to Keion Robateau of BECOL Uprising, fourth place went to Shawn Codd of BECOL Chavarria, fifth place went to Darien Anderson of SMART Junior Team, sixth place went to Michael Grajalez of Mando’s Pizza and seventh place went to Freddy Sandoval of BECOL Chavarria.

In the female category, Kaya Cattouse of SMART C- Ray captured her second test event in as many days when she was the first rider to cross the finish line. Patricia Chavarria of BECOL Chavarria finished second, while third place went to Alicia Thompson of Belize Bank Swoosh with Kerah Eiley unattached finished fourth.

In the elite category, first place went to Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray Road Addikz, second place went to Henry Moreria of SMART Cycling Team, third place went to Marlon Castillo of BTL Cycling Team, fourth place went to Giovanni Lovell of BTL Cycling Team, and fifth place went to Joel Borland of BTL Cycling Team.

The other top finishers in this event included Gregory Lovell of BTL Cycling Team who finished sixth, Byron Pope of Benny’s Megabytes who finished seventh, Oscar Quiroz of Western Spirit, Geovanni Choto of C-Ray Road Addikz, Shelton Graham of BELCAL, Liam Stewart of Benny’s Megabytes, Patrick Bennett of SMART Cycling Team, Mark Staine also of SMART Cycling Team, Darnell Barrow of SMART Cycling Team, Joslyn Chavarria Jr. of BECOL Chavarria and Claude Young of C-Ray Road Addikz.

The third and final Test Race was held on Monday September 22, 2014, on the Princess Margaret Drive Circuit, which started from in front of the Marion Jones Sports Complex to “A” Street. The Female/Junior and Youth riders did 15 laps, while the Elite riders did 25 laps.

In the Junior category, the first rider to cross the finish line was Delawn Abraham of Benny’s Megabytes and he completed the course in a time of 55:02. The second rider to cross the line was Shawn Codd of BECOL/Chavarria and he was followed by Tarique Flowers of Benny’s Megabytes, and he was followed by Darien Anderson of SMART Junior Cycling, followed by Kaydine Pinello of BECOL Uprising, and he was followed by Stephen Cabral unattached and then by Keion Robateau of BECOL Uprising.

In the Female category, Kaya Cattouse of SMART C-Ray continued her dominance of the Test Races when she captured her third race in a time of 1:25:05. She was followed by Patricia Chavarria of BECOL/Chavarria and Alicia Thompson of Belize Bank Swoosh respectively.

And in the Elite category, first place went to Joel Borland of BTL Cycling Team and he completed the course in a time of 1:25:05. Borland, was followed by Marlon Castillo of also of BTL Cycling Team who finished second, third place went to Darnell Barrow of SMART, fourth place went to Angel Tzib of BELCOL Uprising and fifth place went to Byron Pope of Benny’s Megabytes.

The other finishers in the Test Race included Geovanni Choto of C-Ray Road Addikz, Gregory Lovell of BTL Cycling, Erwin Middleton of Benny’s Megabytes, Nissan Arana of Predators, Henry Moreria of SMART, Tariq Cano of Western Spirit, Jose Choto of C-Ray Road Addikz, Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray Road Addikz, Leroy Cassasola of BTL Cycling, Oscar Quiroz of Western Spirit, Liam Stewart of Benny’s Megabytes and Giovanni Leslie of SMART.

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 September 2014 16:06
 
Football Federation holding Young Assistant Referees training in Belize Print E-mail
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Thursday, 25 September 2014 00:00

The UNCAF Referee Seminar for Young Assistant Referees in Projection is currently taking place in Belize at the FFB Headquarters in Belmopan from September 23 – 25, 2014. 

Young assistant referees from Central America including Belize are attending the seminar.

The seminar will be conducted by Mr. Carlos Gonzalez Barren from Mexico City along with UNCAF Director of Development and Competitions Mr. Victor Hugo Estrada.

The following were selected to represent Belize: Abner Alvarez (Cayo), Wendelle Esquiliano (Belize City), Assair Escalante (Cayo), Carlos Leon (Belmopan), Ascel Perez (Belmopan), Salvador Caal (Stann Creek) and Zakir Escalante (Corozal).

 


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