It’s Mars for Dames

26 June 2017

DWAYNE MARS was the hero of the night for Notre Dame as his third goal in two games fired the Dames into the semi-finals of the Stag Champions Cup. Mars’ late strike was all that separated Notre Dame from a determined Barbados Defence Force (BDF), who would have... Read More


India crush Windies

25 June 2017

PORT OF SPAIN – Opening batsman Ajinkya Rahane notched a century, captain Virat Kohli scored 87 and India crushed West Indies by 105 runs in a lopsided one-day international in Trinidad on Sunday. Rahane compiled 103 and shared in an opening stand of 114 with Shikhar... Read More


Ricciardo reigns among F1 chaos in Azerbaijan

25 June 2017

BAKU – Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo won a chaotic Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday, with Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel finishing fourth after being penalised for swerving into rival Lewis Hamilton who came home in fifth. Ferrari’s Vettel was hit... Read More


Rudisha leads Kenya team to Worlds

25 June 2017

NAIROBI – Kenya’s Olympic 800 metres champion David Rudisha, world 400m hurdles champion Nicholas Bett and former Olympic 3 000m steeplechase champion Ezekiel Kemboi have made the team for this year’s IAAF World Championships despite skipping trials. Three-time 1... Read More


Burke and Bailey faster than the rest

25 June 2017

BRIDGETOWN – Gifted sprinter Mario Burke and the evergreen Jade Bailey captured the 100 metres titles at the National Athletics Championships at the National Stadium here Saturday night to qualify for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia. Burke, 20, who is... Read More


Thompson, Blake win 100 metres in Jamaica

25 June 2017

KINGSTON – Olympic double sprint champion Elaine Thompson unleashed a world-leading time to successfully defend her 100 metres title at the National Championships here Friday night. The 24-year-old, the first woman in 28 years to win both the 100 and 200 metres at... Read More


Cricket Profiles: Shamilia Connell

25 June 2017

BARBADOS and West Indies Women's cricketer Shamilia Connell has been working on bowling consistency ahead of the ICC Women's World Cup in England. Read More


Stadium to host summer camp

25 June 2017

INTERIM Chief executive officer of the National Sports Council Jerry Blenman has given the assurance that all is well at the National Stadium ahead of the NSC’s summer sports camp. “The Council has taken some very important steps over the last year, to ensure that... Read More


Grave’s words ‘bury’ talks

25 June 2017

LAWYERS for estranged Test batsman Darren Bravo believe a resolution between the player and Cricket West Indies (CWI) could have been reached already were it not for ill-advised statements made by new CWI chief executive Johnny Grave. Donna Symmonds and Leslie Haynes... Read More


Parkinson and St George opt out

25 June 2017

THEY HAVE produced arguably West Indies’ best ever bowler, Malcolm Marshall, but for the second straight year Parkinson Memorial won’t be playing in the Barbados Cricket Association’s (BCA) Secondary Schools’ Under-15 Competition starting tomorrow. Another secondary... Read More


Oberoi takes Creole Classic

25 June 2017

OBEROI, ridden by Rasheed Hughes, gave an awesome rebound performance to capture the 42nd running of the Pinnacle Feeds Midsummer Creole Classic over 1 800 metres on a firm track at the Garrison Savannah yesterday. Oberoi’s victory in the Triple Crown’s second Jewel... Read More


Husbands grabs share of CAC lead

25 June 2017

TOP BARBADIAN chess player Orlando Husbands was one of three players at the top of the table after the fourth round in the Central American and Caribbean Under-20 Championships yesterday. Husbands, a three-time CARIFTA Under-20 gold medallist, tallied three-and-a-half... Read More


Hamilton overtakes Senna with 66th pole

24 June 2017

BAKU – LewisHamilton surpassed Ayrton Senna’s career haul of 65 pole positions in Formula One as he edged Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas in a final lap shootout to secure top spot for Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Hamilton banished memories of a dismal qualifying... Read More


Dem Sugar is the Girl to watch

24 June 2017

DE GIRLZ DEM Sugar can derail Fleurette’s road for Triple Crown supremacy today in the 5 p.m. featured Grade I Pinnacle Feeds Midsummer Creole Classic at allotted weights over 1 800 metres. After a third-place in the Guineas, the Robert Peirce trainee made his presence... Read More


Ellerslie grab two titles

24 June 2017

SHAQUON HENRY smashed his way to the boys’ title and helped Ellerslie Secondary capture the team trophy at the inaugural Secondary Schools’ Road Tennis Championships at the National Sports Council’s courts yesterday. The talented 15-year-old derailed Nicholas “Nik-Nik”... Read More


Lawyer claims due process was never followed

24 June 2017

ESTRANGED WEST INDIES left-hander Darren Bravo has accused Cricket West Indies (CWI) of not affording him due process, in the decision to axe him from the Tri-Series tour of Zimbabwe last November and bar him from future selection. Breaking his silence for the first... Read More


No Ryan Brathwaite for Nationals

24 June 2017

NEITHER WORLD 2009 champion in the 110-metre hurdles, Ryan Brathwaite, nor Greggmar Swift will be competing at the National Athletics Championships, which get into full swing at the National Stadium from 3 p.m. today. Since striking gold in the event in Beijing eight... Read More


Cavs stay hot

24 June 2017

MAKE THAT 15 in a row now. Station Hill just refuse to lose, having extended their incredible winning streak via Thursday’s74-65 victory over Burger King Clapham Bulls in the Co-operators General Insurance Basketball Premier League at the Barbados Community College.... Read More


June Safari too close to call

24 June 2017

THE WARREN brothers, Robert and Ian, are among strong combinations tackling the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 60th anniversary Sol June Safari today and tomorrow. Forty miles longer than the 110-mile first event of 1957, and with effects of a tropical wave in the forecast,... Read More


Rain ruins first ODI against India

23 June 2017

PORT OF SPAIN – Torrential rain wrecked the opening One-Day International between West Indies and India here Friday, allowing just over three hours play at Queen’s Park Oval. Opting to bat first, the visitors had cruised to 199 for three in the 40th over behind half-centuries... Read More


Cricket Profiles: Shakera Selman

23 June 2017

BARBADOS and West Indies Women's cricketer Shakera Selman knows her bowling will play a key role at the ICC Women's World Cup in England. Read More




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