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Trinidad and Tobago’s national team captain, Njisane Phillip, gave a capacity crowd at the National Cycling Centre their monies worth on Monday with a thrilling performance to win gold in the Men’s Sprint on the final day of the Easter International Cycling Grand Prix in Couva. The host nation stole the show as Phillip pipped his Irish rival Eoin Mullen for the Elite top spot in the Sprint final. In the same event, Quincy Alexander’s solid burst at the end, granted him the bronze medal ahead of Venezuela’s top sprinter Hersony Canelon.

Njisane Phillip’s explosive speed and brilliant bike-handling skills saw him ride away with the Men’s Sprint title on the final day of the Easter International Cycling Grand Prix at the National Cycling Centre in Couva on Monday.

Njisane snatches Sprint victory

Trinidad and Tobago’s national team captain, Njisane Phillip, gave a capacity crowd at the National Cycling Centre their monies worth on Monday with a thrilling performance to win gold in the Men’s Sprint on the final day of the Easter International Cycling Grand Prix in Couva. The host nation stole the show as Phillip pipped his Irish rival Eoin Mullen for the Elite top spot in the Sprint final. In the same event, Quincy Alexander’s solid burst at the end, granted him the bronze medal ahead of Venezuela’s top sprinter Hersony Canelon.

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