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Sonics dominates day two of youth champs

Published: 
Monday, July 28, 2014

Rigtech Sonics Cycling Club led by D’Angelo Harris dominated day two of the National Youth Cycling Championships at Skinner Park, San Fernando, on Saturday.

Harris won the boys Under-13 match sprint ahead of Slipstream’s Jeremiah Charles and Arima Wheelers (AWCC) cyclist Kyle Caraby. In the boys U-13 three-lap event, Harris was again the winner finishing in front of AWCC duo Ryan D’Abreau and Caraby.

Some of the other Sonics riders winning events on the day included Kyra Williams, Aaron Alleyne and Zion Harris. Sonics won 10 events on day two of the championships.

SELECTED RESULTS:

Boys U-13 Match Sprint

1 D’angelo Harris - Sonics 

2 Jeremiah Charles - Slipstream 

3 Kyle Caraby - Arima Wheelers 

Boys U-13 3 Laps

1 D’angelo Harris - Sonics 

2 Ryan D’Abreau - Arima Wheelers 

3 Kyle Caraby - Arima Wheelers

4 Jeremiah Charles - Slipstream 

Juveniles Male Match Sprint

1 Tyler Cole - Sonics 

2 Akim Constantine - Knightriders

3 Chaquille Henry - Arima Wheelers

4 Nicholas Paul - Sonics 

Boys U-7 Match Sprint

1 Zion Harris - Sonics

Girls U-7 Match Sprint

1 Kyra Williams - Sonics

2 Maia Seyjagat - Arima 

Wheelers

Girls U-13 Match Sprint

1 Selyse Christian - Sonics 

2 Rynelle D’abreau - Arima Wheelers 

3 Kuselle Walcott - Bike Smith 

4 Josiah Philemon - Sonics 

Tinymite Male 5 Laps

1 Aaron Alleyne - Sonics 

2 Dean Woodsley - Petrotrin 

3 Jabari Whiteman - Southclaine 

4 Justin Baptiste - Slipstream 

Juveniles Male 10 Laps

1 Nicholas Paul - Sonics 

2 Tyler Cole - Sonics 

3 Justice Philemon - Sonics

4 Brandon Gittens - Sonics 

Boys U-7 1 Lap

1 Zion Harris - Sonics 

2 Tony Rigaud - Arima Wheelers 

3 Andreas Pacheco - Unattached 

Girls U-7 1 Lap

1 Kyra Williams - Sonics

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