We appreciate the performances that brings these younger ones into the discipline of sport and racing!
We look forward to more from these racers and the rest of the younger group!
The results from the events are as follows:
Boys U 9 TT 200M Adrian Sanchez was 5th
Boys U 11 TT 333M Elijah James was 7th
Boys U 11 TT 333M Ceion Saney was 10th
Boys U 11 TT 333M Joshua Humphrey was 13th
Tinymites TT 500M Andre Samuel was 8th
Boys U 11 Pursuit 666M Elijah James was 2nd
Boys U 11 Pursuit 666M Ceion Saney was 7th
Boys U 11 Pursuit 666M Joshua Humphrey was 13th
Boys U 9 Flying & Sprint 100M Adrian Sanchez was 4th
Boys U 11 Flying & Sprint 200M Ceion Saney was 5th
Boys U 11 Flying & Sprint 200M Elijah James was 6th
Boys U 11 Flying & Sprint 200M Joshua Humphrey was 14th
Tinymites Flying 200M Andre Samuel was 9th
Boys U 9 Scratch Race Adrian Sanchez was 3rd
Boys U 11 Scratch Race Elijah James was 3rd
Boys U 11 Scratch Race Ceion Saney was 4th
Boys U 11 Keirin Ceion Saney was 4th
Boys U 11 Team Sprint Ceion, Joshua & Elijah were 7th
The Hummingbirds International Cycle Club invites you to join us in reviving a cycling event as part of the St. Christopher’s Travelers Rally that was first introduced in 1950.
The St. Christopher Track Meet is geared towards raising funds to help meet the needs of St. Christopher Anglican Church in Siparia.
This event will be held on the evening of Friday, July 26, 2019 at the Irwin Park Sporting Complex cycling track in Siparia. We plan an evening of community fun, centered around a track cycling meet, with events for all ages.
All proceeds from the event will go to St. Christopher Church.
We plan a full card of 35 events across all age categories.
Below is the program for the evening.
We extend sincere thanks to all of our sponsors for contributing to what we are planning will be a successful evening of racing and family fun.
|ST CHRISTOPHER TRACK MEET|
|PROGRAM OF EVENTS|
|Irwin Park, Siparia|
|Friday, July 26th 2019|
|1||Youth Development < 7 (M & F)||½ lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|2||Youth Development < 9 (M & F)||1 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|3||Youth Development < 11 (M & F)||1 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|4||Youth Development < 13 (M & F)||1 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|6||Ladies (Jnrs. & Snrs.)||10 lap||Colin Aird|
|7||Ladies (Tinymites & Juveniles)||3 lap||Gail Hutchinson|
|8||Tinymites||3 lap||Danny’s Medicine Corner|
|9||Juveniles||6 lap||Leslie Hutchinson|
|10||Elite 1 & 2||Elimination||Elsia Syne|
|11||Elite 3||9 lap||Ramnath Diptee Lottery Machine|
|12||Masters 40 – 49||9 lap||Southern Copiers|
|13||Masters 50 – 59||9 lap||Southern Copiers|
|14||Masters 60 – 69||6 lap||Robin Diptee|
|15||Masters 70+||4 lap||Stephen McIntosh|
|16||Elite 1 & 2||Australiana||Octave Yearwood Jr.|
|Siparia Bike Specialist|
|17||Youth Development < 7 (M & F)||½ lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|18||Youth Development < 9 (M & F)||1 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|19||Youth Development < 11 (M & F)||2 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|20||Youth Development < 13 (M & F)||2 lap||Hummingbirds International CC|
|21||Juniors||10 lap||Mark Antonio|
|22||Ladies (Jnrs. & Snrs.)||Elimination||Peter Alkins|
|PATRICK LALL & CO. LTD|
|23||Ladies (Tinymites & Juveniles)||4 lap||PATRICK LALL & CO. LTD|
|24||Elite 3||6 lap||Leslie Hutchinson|
|25||Tinymites||4 lap||Jets Electrical Sales & Service Ltd|
|26||Juveniles||4 lap||Kenrick Pierre|
|27||Masters 70 +||3 lap||Sam’s Sales & Service|
|28||Masters 60-69||4 lap||Robin Diptee|
|29||Masters 50-59||6 lap||Joey Nunes|
|30||Masters 40-49||6 lap||Danny’s Medicine Corner|
|31||Open – Ladies ( Jnrs. & Snrs. )||5 lap||Martin Wharwood|
|32||Open – Ladies (Tinymites & Juveniles) Men (Tinymites & Juveniles)||5 lap||Horace’sDrugs Ltd.|
|33||Open – Masters 40 – 69||9 lap||Kenrick Pierre|
|34||Masters 70+||5 lap||Stephen McIntosh|
|35||Open Juniors, Elite 1, 2 & 3||40 lap||Steve Joseph|
|TTCF Sanctioning and Officiating fees||$1,350|
|Other event cost – PA, Gate Mgmt, Misc organiztion||Horace’sDrugs Ltd.|
|Jets Electrical Sales & Service Ltd|
|PATRICK LALL & CO. LTD|
The season got underway today with a Road Race that started at Foreshore in Diego Martin, went along Wrightson Road, to the Beetham Highway, to the Churchill Roosevelt Highway then to South on to the Uriah Butler Highway. The race turned at Corinth and head back to Foreshore.
The race was approximately 114 kms and was won by Adam Alexander in 2 hours and 30 mins. The calculated average speed was 45.6 kph. Not bad for the first race of the year!
Best wishes to all for a great, safe race season!
The championships were run on August 19, 2018 and our club was well represented on the road and by our supporters.
The Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation 2018 National Track Cycling Championship for Masters is now complete!!
The boys continued their strong showing on the second and final night of competition at the track on Saturday May 12.
In the Masters 55 -59, Wayne Samuel was 1st in the Individual Pursuit, followed by Martin Wharwood. This dynamic duo was again on the podium for the 500 meter Time Trial, finishing in the same order as the Pursuit.
Congratulations to all of our cyclists!by hummingbirdscc
The Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation 2018 National Track Cycling Championship for Masters is underway!!
The boys had a great first night of competition at the track on Friday May 11.
Day 1 Results are as follows
All participated in the Flying 200, which are eligible for medals.
Joey Nunes was 3rd in the Masters 70+.
In the Masters 55 – 59, Wayne Samuel was 1st, followed by teammate Martin Wharwood in 2nd.
This was truly a great showing for the club. We await the Individual Pursuit, the Scratch Race, the Time Trial and the always entertaining Points Race.
Congratulations again and best wishes today!by hummingbirdscc
We wish to thank the Siparia Regional Corporation and Anthony Commissiong for hosting the Siparia Games 2018 on Saturday April 21, 2018 at Irwin Park Cycling Track, Siparia. Without these generous hosts we would not have racing. The meet featured a full card of racing, from the Under 7’s to the Masters 70+.
Marlon Joseph recorded two 2nd places in the Masters 40+, one in the 4 lap event and the other in the 6 lap.
In the Masters 50+ Wayne Samuel was 1st in the 4 lap and the 6 lap. Martin Wharwood had two 2nd place finishes behind Wayne in the same events.
In the Masters 70+ Joey Nunes managed two 3rd place finishes, one in the 2 lap and one in the 4 lap.
Congratulations to all of our cyclists on a great night of racing!
The last day of racing at the Easter Grand Prix saw some strong performances by our Hummingbirds.
A summary of the club results for Saturday (Day 2), are as follows:
Our pick for the most outstanding Master for the Easter Grand Prix is Wayne Samuel. On Friday he won the 4 lap and placed 2nd in the 6 lap. He returned on Saturday and was unbeaten in the 3 lap and the 5 lap. Congratulations to Wayne on an outstanding performance!
Our thanks to Madonna Wheelers for hosting this year’s Easter International Cycling Grand Prix at the Arima Velodrome.
Our cyclists are off to a good start with multiple podium finishes.
In the MASTERS 40-49, 3 lap event Marlon Joseph was 2nd and in the 2 lap event he managed a 4th.
In the MASTERS 50-59, 4 lap event Wayne Samuel was 1st and in the 6 lap event he was 2nd with Martin Wharwood in 4th place.
In the MASTERS 70+, 2 lap event Joey Nunes was 3rd and in the 3 lap event he was 4th.
In the challenging ELITE 1, 10 lap event Sheldon Ramjit was 4th
Congratulations to all of our cyclists. Best wishes for strong performances again tonight on this Grand Prix’s final night of competition!
Three days of racing … three days of great results for our Hummingbirds!
Marlon Joseph was 2nd across the line in the 1000M for Mens 40- 49.
In the Mens 50 – 59, over the same distance, Martin Wharwood was 1st followed closely by Wayne Samuel in 2nd.