Real Madrid win record 11th Champions League

28 May 2016

MILAN – Real Madrid won the Champions League with a 5-3 penalty shootout victory over Atletico Madrid in the final after Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winning spot-kick at the San Siro on Saturday. The match finished 1-1 after extra time with Real captain Sergio Ramos... Read More


Real Madrid want more Champions League glory

28 May 2016

MILAN – Captain Sergio Ramos believes Real Madrid are as hungry to beat Atletico Madrid in Saturday’s Champions League final as they were two years ago when they beat their neighbours to land a 10th European Cup. It was Ramos who headed an injury-time equaliser to... Read More


Dorsett the one to beat

28 May 2016

GOLD CUP winner Dorsett headlines the second day of the Barbados Turf Club’s second season – the BTBA Stakes and Trophy Raceday at the Garrison Savannah, today. He will meet five other opponents in the Aston Martin Handicap, the supporting feature on the eight-race... Read More


Select XI beat WI again

28 May 2016

WEST INDIES’ head coach Phil Simmons has cautioned fans not to read too much into the two successive losses by the regional team against a Barbados Select XI in a two-match warm-up series. After going down by 50 runs in Wednesday’s day/night encounter at Kensington... Read More


Wilson going to Rio with Flow’s help

28 May 2016

OLYMPIC-BOUND triathlete Jason Wilson is about to go where no other person from the Caribbean has gone before in the gruelling three-event sport. And he can count on the support of Flow to get him there. Flow’s newest sporting ambassador was this week toasted... Read More


Mitchell may step down

28 May 2016

GRENADA’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell’s stay at CARICOM’s cricket crease could be coming to an end. While delivering the 19th Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Lecture at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) on Wednesday night, Mitchell revealed... Read More


Eyes on Goal

28 May 2016

THE BARBADOS FOOTBALL Association took the Live Your Goals Programme to Bay Primary School yesterday with a girls grassroots clinic. National players Tiffany White and Shanice Stevenson, who are ambassadors for the programme, were joined by FIFA referee Gillian Martindale... Read More


Gittens makes the grade

28 May 2016

EXPERIENCED SPRINTER Ramon Gittens has joined the list of athletes qualifying for the summer Rio Olympic Games. Gittens dipped under the qualifying standard when he clocked 10.15 seconds (+1.2 wind reading) in the men’s 100 metres preliminaries at the FBK Hengelo... Read More


Read leads standings

28 May 2016

It’s a “team effort”. The confident comment from Josh Read, who leads both the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) and the Motoring Club Barbados Inc. (MCBI) standings after two of the current championship runs have been settled. “We’ve had some good fortune so far this... Read More


Roland Garros reeling as injured Nadal pulls out

27 May 2016

PARIS – King of clay Rafael Nadal's hopes of reclaiming his Roland Garros throne ended in despair when the nine-time champion pulled out of the French Open because of a wrist injury on Friday. The Spaniard, who looked in top form when cruising through the first two... Read More


Get rid of egos in West Indies cricket

27 May 2016

OUTSPOKEN Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has denied wanting to run West Indies cricket. But he wants others to drop their egos so that Caribbean cricketers can catch up with their counterparts on the international stage, especially in Test and One-Day... Read More


PM: Change must come

27 May 2016

STRUCTURAL changes and adjustments have become necessary not only for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) but for all organisations, including Governments to meet today’s changing world. That advice came from Dr Keith Mitchell as he delivered the 19th Sir Frank... Read More


Carlos still savours winning knock

27 May 2016

THE WINDIES’ WORLD Twenty20 hero still feels very super to this day. It’s been almost two months since his World Cup-winning knock, but Carlos Brathwaite continually relishes the moment, having admitted he still replays videos of those heroics in that memorable final... Read More


Blackbirds keep up ‘A’ game

27 May 2016

UWI BLACKBIRDS ‘A’ edged the previously undefeated Guardian General Pride of Villa 50-49 to end the first round of the Barbados Netball Association’s Division 1 competition unbeaten and with a maximum 25 points on Wednesday night at the Netball Stadium. The knockout... Read More


St Michael body contest is back

27 May 2016

AFTER AN eight-year hiatus, the St Michael Bodybuilding and Physique and Fitness Project is back and has already piqued the interest of past winners in the bodybuilding category. At a media briefing yesterday to announce details of the competition, which is set to... Read More


Barbados Select XI better Windies

27 May 2016

A YOUTHFUL Barbados Select XI upstaged a depleted West Indies XI in the first of two practice matches at Kensington Oval on Wednesday evening as the regional side continued preparation for next month’s One-Day International tri-nation series with Australia and South... Read More


Ronaldo fit and ready for Champions League

26 May 2016

BARCELONA – Cristiano Ronaldo says he will be “100 per cent” in Saturday’s Champions League final as he attempts to fire Real Madrid to a record-extending 11th European Cup and further torment their city rivals, Atletico. The prolific Portuguese set alarm bells ringing... Read More


Wiser Atletico ready to lift Champions League trophy

26 May 2016

BARCELONA – Two years on from their defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, Atletico Madrid are back on the same stage against the same rival – wiser and determined not to be haunted by the memories of Lisbon. Sergio Ramos’ 93rd-minute equalising header... Read More


Pinelands and Cavs advance

26 May 2016

PINELANDS-CAVS it is! Who said community sports are dead? Two of local basketball’s most iconic communities will renew their rivalry on the sport’s most illustrious stage, as title favourites Orange 3 Pinelands and Station Hill Cavaliers comfortably completed... Read More


Back in court

26 May 2016

THE NEXT EPISODE in the legal wrangle involving the Barbados Amateur Bodybuilding & Fitness Federation (BABBFF) will be heard tomorrow morning in the Supreme Court. And according to the legal firm of Simmons and Babb, acting on behalf of Manasseh King and Irvine... Read More


Barbados Select XI score 290-8 vs Windies

25 May 2016

A BARBADOS SELECT Select XI amassed 290 for eight from their 50 overs against a West Indies XI at Kensington Oval today in preparation for the upcoming Tri-Series against Australia and South Africa. Read More




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