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  1. This is watt it's all about.
    03 Apr, 2017
    This is watt it's all about.
    I have been in Cycling for the past 45 years. Have seen a lot of changes in structures, equipment and training methods, but the thing is one need to invest in keeping UP-TO-Date with developments in every area. To have done a certification 10 or 20 years ago is a useless point of reference in today's environment. So let's take a look at where we are today. Unfortunately there are few qualified cycling Coaches in Barbados.  Top of the Podium is Mr. Wayne Robinson, a UCI level 3 coach. (That is
  2. No Money as yet for Elite Atheletes in 2017.
    02 Apr, 2017
    No Money as yet for Elite Atheletes in 2017.
    NO MONEY YET By Justin Marville , Added March 31, 2017 ... definitely haven’t been coming into money recently. Almost four months into the year and elite and emerging sportsmen have yet to receive a cent from either the National Sports Council (NSC) or the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) following an unexplained hold-up in grant disbursals. BOA president Steve Stoute confirmed the news after both bodies failed to start satisfying the $2 million annual total in requested grants from about 60
  3. Elcock and Vanderpool share BCU race wins
    28 Mar, 2017
    Elcock and Vanderpool share BCU race wins
    Elcock and Vanderpool share BCU race wins Elite cyclists Russell Elcock and Gregory Vanderpool shared the overall victories when the Barbados Cycling Union (BCU) joined forces with Bushy Park Motor Sport Inc (BPMSI) and the Barbados Association of Dragsters & Drifters (BADD) on March 26 to stage the island’s first-ever combined event for horsepower and pedal-power. Nearly 30 BCU members competed in six classes, accommodating a wide range of age and experience. Following a Circuit