President of the Barbados Cycling Union Charles Lynch. (FILE)
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President of the Barbados Cycling Union (BCU), Charles Lynch, is pleased that the sport has been given some ease.
Prime Minister, Mia Mottley on Thursday night relaxed some previously strict protocols to allow training in some non-contact sports.
However, Lynch told Sun Sport cyclists must still exercise a level of caution and continue to follow the protocols of Government since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has not yet disappeared.
“It gives us an opportunity to do a bit of training but we can’t do it in groups as yet. We are happy that we can go on the road and cycle but we must follow the protocols of not grouping and so on,” he said. (RG)
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