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first_img “A week will afford me time to research,” he said. “I haven’t evaluated my chances, so I have to examine the cycling community to get some feedback. The challengers have, constitutionally, one week before the date of the election to present themselves as a potential candidate for the presidency. But to date, we have not received any. So we are not sure of what is the construct of that challenge, but if the experience of the individual is such that the reins can be handed over, we have no problem.” Finnikin said that he is pleased with his accomplishments after two years in office and looks forward to continuing the work he started. “Cycling has developed. It has a way to go, but I am grateful just to contribute as best as possible to the further growth of the sport. “The cycling community wants different things from its leadership, and there are certain things that take time to get right. But we keep racing interest at all levels buoyant and active, and we are providing the (administrative) team with the right support because you can have the right man, but you must surround him with the right people to make things work,” he added. Word from the cycling community is that current Jamaica Cycling Federation president Kirk Finnikin will face a massive challenge to return for a second term, with a well-known businessman rumoured to be throwing his hat in the ring for the role of head of the association. But Finnikin, who is completing his first term, said he is unfazed and welcomes any challenge. However, Finnikin pledged to give his support to the new president if ousted and said that if this happened, he would help his replacement to make a smooth transition to office if needed. “I have heard it (rumour of the unknown candidate’s challenge), and I have been keeping my ears to the ground, but if there is a challenger, there is nothing wrong with someone coming and offering their time to serve their country. It’s a wonderful opportunity, and I wouldn’t deny anyone who is seeking to do the same for their country,” he said. Finnikin said that all challengers have one week before the annual general Meeting to submit their nomination, and he believes that that would be enough time to prepare for any possible opponent. RESEARCH TIMElast_img read more

first_imgRussia’s World Cup organising committee has confirmed that the Moscow police has detained seven Argentinian fans who were filmed fighting with two Croatian fans when their national teams played each other at the FIFA World Cup 2018 on Thursday.”According to the information the Local Organising Committee received from public security authorities of Nizhny Novgorod, seven Argentinians were detained after the match between Argentina and Croatia,” an organising committee spokesman said in written comments to Reuters.”The matter is now with the judicial authorities to judge the matter in line with the governing laws.”Argentina fans beat up Croatian supporters at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium after the two-time world champions were crushed 3-0.FIXTURES | POINTS TABLEIn a video which went viral on social media, several others could also be seen coming to the rescue of the Croat, who lay helplessly on the ground. Some Argentine fans shouted “no” and tried to break up the fight.FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 FULL COVERAGEThe fight was quickly broken when a woman intervened. The Nizhny Novgorod police said there were “no significant violations of law and order” after the match.Argentina vs. Croatia..21/06/2018. #WorldCup #ARG #CRO pic.twitter.com/uOGEbBNxMcTheRealCasuals (@Real_Casuals_66) June 22, 2018FIFA said they were shocked with the incident which would have left a sour taste on the mouths of the Croats after a memorable win.”FIFA firmly condemns the behaviour of these so-called fans and reiterates that violence has no place in football,” the spokesperson said.Argentina’s test after worst group stage defeat in World Cups in 60 yearsadvertisementNearly 10,500 Argentine fans and 5,000 Croatia fans attended the match on Thursday. According to some media reports, angry Argentine fans also spitted at manager Jorge Sampaoli and hit him in the head with a bottle.Lionel Messi endured another failure as Argentina were crushed 3-0 by Croatia, who qualified for the round of 16 after their second straight victory.Messi was again largely anonymous as Croatia kept him out of the game while, at the same time, taking all their opportunities to ensure a joyful triumph in front of 43,319 spectators at the picturesque stadium on the banks of the Volga.The win thanks to goals from Ante Rrebic, Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic followed a 2-0 success against Nigeria in their opening game at the weekend and was a reminder of the quality of a team who attracted little attention ahead of the finals.World Cup 2018: Argentina left in tears as Croatia create historyThe last time Croatia reached the World Cup knockout phase was in 1998 when they finished the tournament in third place.Diego Maradona, who watched from the stands, was in tears as Argentina suffered their worst defeat in the group stages in the World Cup in 60 years.(With Reuters inputs)last_img read more