Installation of Synthetic Track in Linden completed
An aerial view of the Synthetic Track at Bayroc, Linden
An aerial view of the Synthetic Track at Bayroc, Linden

…open for training from next week

MINISTER of Culture, Youth and Sport, Charles Ramson Jr., announced Saturday that the installation of the synthetic track in Linden has been completed and will open for athletes to train from next week.

Over the past weeks, the German company, Regupol BSW, led the meticulous installation process at the Bayroc Facility.

Builders Hardware and General Supplies was given the nod for the facility’s construction to the tune of $179 million.

Attention will now turn to the completion of stands other amenities, including an area for football in the middle.

The Track will complement the transformation of the Mackenzie Sports Club to international standard and other infrastructural development for sport in Linden.

Another Synthetic Track is being developed in New Amsterdam, Berbice, which will complement the track located on the West Coast of Demerara.

Plans are currently afoot to have the surface at the West Demerara Facility re-laid.



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