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T&T’s Nicholas Paul, Njisane Phillip, Kwesi Browne and Keron Browne picked up from where they left off at last month’s Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Colombia by pedalling to gold in record time when the first night of competition at the 2018 Pan American Elite Track Cycling and Caribbean Championship ended in Aguascalientes, Toluca, Mexico on Wednesday night.

Read more: T&T cyclists speed to gold

TT and Rigtech Sonics rider Njisane Phillip, left, defeats Edgar Verdugo of Mexico in three rides to progress to the semi-finals of the PSL Fire on Wheels held at the National Cycling Centre, Couva, Saturday.

TT cyclist Njisane Phillip pedalled to gold in the men’s sprint in an event dominated by TT cyclists at the PSL Cycling Club Fire on Wheels UCI (International Cycling Union) Class II meet at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva, on Saturday night.

Read more: Njisane sprints to Fire on Wheels gold

Teniel Campbell ©UCI

Teniel Campbell hails from Trinidad and Tobago, a country that has never had a female cyclist compete at the Olympic Games.

Read more: UCI World Cycling Centre: Teniel Campbell reaching for the stars

President of the TT Cycling Federation Robert Farrier, second from left, shakes hands with Mukesh Ramsingh of Metro Hotel, while PSL CEO Desmond Roberts, right, and cycling icon Gene Samuels, left, looks on at the PSL Fire on Wheels launch at TTOC headquarters, Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, yesterday. All smiles is from left while TTCF president Robert Farrier.

TOP LOCAL, regional and international cyclists will battle for Olympic Games points when the PSL Cycling Club of TT presents the UCI (International Cycling Union) Class II International Fire on Wheels event at the National Cycling Centre in Couva, on June 2 and 3.

Read more: Top cyclists to earn Olympic points in TT

The American rider may have come last in the Tour de France but his grit and persistence in carrying on after a dreadful first-stage crash made it a triumph of sporting endeavour

Read more: Last but not least: Craddock wears Tour’s red lantern as badge of courage

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