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Emotional Luces wins for dad, Kent

Published: 
Monday, January 13, 2014
Cyclist Barry Luces leads the field in yesterday’s first Cycling Federation road race of the year.

Barry Luces of Rigtech Sonics, riding with a heavy heart, won the first T&T Cycling Federation road race of the year yesterday.

 

Luces’ father Kent Luces, a former national cyclist, passed away at age 63 on Tuesday from a heart attack. Barry broke the tape first in the 60 km trek from the Mucurapo Foreshore, Audrey Jeffers Highway to Couva, and back to the Foreshore. James Hadeed (Heatwave) and Paul Deverteuil (Corkies) finished second and third respectively.

 

Among the ladies, Christiane Farah took the top prize ahead of Bike Smith duo Tamiko Butler and Keiana Lester. Due to requests by the T&T Police Service, tinymites and junior women were not allowed to compete.

 

The funeral of Kent Luces will take place today at 3 pm at Guides Funeral Home, Coffee Street, San Fernando. 

 

 

RESULTS

 

Men Open
Barry Luces - Sonics 
James Hadeed - Heatwave
Paul Deverteuil - Corkies
Stephen Mangroo - The Braves
Michael Phillips - Mikes Bikes
Gevan Samuel - The Braves
Jymes Bridges - Team DPS

 

 

Ladies Open
Christiane Farah
Tamiko Butler - Bike Smith
Keiana Lester - Bike Smith
Dominique Lovell - AWCC

 

 

Junior Male
Akil Campbell - Sonics
Kazim Charles Walcott - Madonna
Zachary Orr - Bike Smith
Justin Mitchell - Slipstream

 

 

 

Masters 40-49
Mark Singh - Slipstream
Audie Murphy - Team Foundation
Scott Fabres -Team SR
Dexter Nicholls-Team SR

 

 

Masters 50-59
Wayne Samuel - Southclaine
Courtney Mark - Corkie
Hatim Mustapha -Team SR
Gary Delzin - Slipstream

 

 

Masters 60+
Godfrey Clyne - Southclaine
Andrew Coker - Unattached
Earl Mc Leod - Heatwave
Rafael Guterrez - Unattached (Venezuela)

 

 

Juvenile Males
Tyler Cole- Sonics
Lorenzo Orosco-Slipstream
Ramon Belmontes-The Braves
Brandon Gittens-Sonics

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