The Trinidad and Tobago cyclists promised a strong performance at the Caribbean Track Cycling Championships, and they delivered as the meet concluded yesterday evening in Havana, Cuba.
The T&T cycling team was able to add seven more medals to rack up an eventual tally of 15. Quincy Alexander stole the show as he won the men's keirin on the final evening yesterday, making good on his promising local performances so far this year.
Alexander of Team DPS Cycling Club, rode to victory in the keirin event, as he had previously won gold in the team sprint, and helped himself to bronze on Friday in the men's sprint.
Aziza Browne and Jodi Goodridge both mirrored their results from the women's sprint events, as they won silver and bronze respectively in the Women's keirin. They also combined to win silver in the women's team sprint.
On Friday, distance rider Varun Maharahj won the elite Men's omnium, while his rival and teammate Akil Campbell finished in third. The T&T cyclists are set to return today from Havana at 4.30 p.m.