When the West Indies players pass through immigration today at the Gatwick International Airport, they will finally realise that the ICC World Cup tournament is still in progress and they are leaving early.
Cadell Lyons improved gold medal tally to two at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championship at the National Aquatic Centre, Wildey, St Michael, Barbados, on Sunday night.
Competing in the 18 and Over Boys' 50m butterfly, the 26-year-old Lyons touched the wall in 24.69 seconds to beat Panama's Franco Reyes (24.83 seconds), and fellow T&T swimmer, Jeron Thompson (25.01) to second and third respectively.
Robert Farrier has resigned as president of the T&T Cycling Federation. In a letter obtained by CNC3 Sports, Farrier said he resigned the post with immediate effect, citing "the level of volunteerism needed to lead, drive and propel the TTCF, and the sport further can no longer be sustained due to my other commitments."
Below is a copy of Farrier's resignation letter.