The Anguilla Amateur Cycling Association will be hosting the 14th Annual John-T Memorial Cycling Race on Sunday July 7th 2013. Teams expected to participate include, Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Curacao, Nevis, Guyana, Guadeloupe , St Marten, St Martin and host country Anguilla. Anguilla will for the first time in the history of the race be participating with A national Team (pictured above), the members are Benjamin Phillips (Donga), Ronnie Bryan, Devaughn Richardson, Alrecco Connor, Justin Hodge, Vinesh Narine, Sherwin Osbourne (shortman) and Ricardo Romney. The team is being coached by Ronnie Bryan and managed by Miguel Leveret and Ivor Gumbs.
This Year we are expecting in the range of 61 cyclists and it will be the biggest race in the last 5 years. This will be a very exciting race and we are asking all of Anguilla to come out and bring their Anguilla flags and support the National team, We are expecting a great performance from Team Anguilla And they need your support.
The A.A.C.A is appealing to all vendors to please stay away from the immediate vicinity of the race, it costs a tremendous amount of money to put on this race and we would like for everyone to respect the organizers.
The Platinum Sponsors For the race is LIME and The Government of Anguilla. We would also like to thank all the other businesses that have contributed.
To All motorists please respect the riders and give way when the race is passing, lets show our visitors the great Anguilla hospitality so we can have a safe and memorable race for All.
- Press Release
(Published without editing by The Anguillian newspaper.)