[www.inewsguyana.com] – A dominant Alanzo Greaves attributed his win in Sunday’s second leg of the Cheddi Jagan Memorial Cycle Road Race in Berbice, to a well executed game plan.
According to Greaves, his ability to effectively outsprint the top contenders in the event was a major part of said plans.
“My strong point coming down to a finish is a sprint so I know the guys who have to watch so when robin move, i up alongside him, Ii wouldn’t lose,” said the champion
Greaves added, “My game plan was attacking and I just go from the start.”
Greaves, who opened the race with a breakaway alongside Raynauth Jeffrey and Godfrey Pollydore held his nerve in the end to inch Paul De Nobrega for the win in a time of time of two hours, 17 minutes three seconds.
De Nobrega Junior Niles, Orville Hinds, Geron Williams and Delroy Hinds made accounted for the top 5 cyclists to cross the line.
Greaves copped two prime prizes along with Delroy Hinds and Godfrey Pollydore while Jeffrey, and Hamza Eastman
Alonzo Ambrose took the junior division, Thuran Harris the veteran category, Naomi Singh, the female division and Clyde Jacobs the mountain bike class.