Neymar, Barcelona and Santos lose fraud appeals

20 February 2017

NEYMAR, BARCELONA and Santos will stand trial on fraud and corruption charges over the transfer of the Brazilian forward after their appeals were turned down by Spain’s High Court on Monday. Neymar’s mother Nadine Goncalves and the family company N&N also had appeals... Read More


NBA Hall of Fame finalists announced

20 February 2017

FIVE-TIME NBA All-Star Chris Webber and former league scoring champion Tracy McGrady are among 14 finalists for this year's Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class. The finalists, who include four former NBA players and seven coaches, were announced on Saturday in... Read More


Holder: Opponents feared us

20 February 2017

THE STAR-STUDDED Barbados Pride outfit, with their galaxy of West Indies cricketers, intimidated their opponents through the Regional Super50 Cup. Captain Jason Holder made the revelation at the Grantley Adams International Airport yesterday after the players were treated... Read More


Pride of champions

20 February 2017

BARBADOS PRIDE cricketers were treated to a VIP reception yesterday after returning home with the WICB Regional Super50 trophy. After lifting their seventh regional limited-overs title by defeating Jamaica Scorpions in the final at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua... Read More


Super50 win ‘due to unity’

20 February 2017

PREPARATION, PLANNING AND professionalism took pride of place in Barbados’ capture of the WICB Regional Super50 One-Day cricket title. Barbados Pride overcame early hiccups when they batted to post a challenging total of 271 for nine before dismissing Jamaica for 212... Read More


Exciting first day in Super League

20 February 2017

THE 2017 Super League show jumping calendar is well on its way, featuring its usual thrills and some spills. The first Super League show of seven for the year, which also introduced a new category in eventing, was recently hosted by the Barbados Equestrian Association... Read More


Eight more hit Carifta mark

20 February 2017

THE CARIFTA GAMES’ qualifying rush intensified during Saturday’s February Classic at the National Stadium, with eight athletes reaching the required standards. Read More


Top seeds dish out sows and move on

20 February 2017

ALL OF THE top seeds advanced to the next round when the Silver Hill Road Tennis Championship continued with a packed fixture at the Silver Hill Court on Saturday night. Read More


West Indies players to attend camps in Antigua

19 February 2017

ST JOHN’S – West Indies male and female players will be involved in several camps in Antigua in the coming weeks as they prepare for various international assignments. Starting Thursday, the West Indies Men’s team will be in camp under the guidance of new Head Coach... Read More


Farah signs off Indoors with record

19 February 2017

BIRMINGHAM – Mo Farah ended his indoor career with a new European record, winning the 5 000 metres at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday in a time of 13 minutes 09.16 seconds. Farah, Britain’s four-time Olympic champion, plans to focus on road racing after... Read More


FAZEER MOHAMMED: On the hunt for ODI points

19 February 2017

IN THE immediate aftermath of a lengthy WICB Regional Super50 tournament, attention shifts to the international scene and the West Indies’ quest to qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup in England. Read More


Hope lifts Pride

19 February 2017

BARBADOS PRIDE are the WICB Super50 champions and Shai Hope is one of the major reasons for the triumph. The Bajans clinched the title last night with victory over Jamaica Scorpions in the final at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua after another special century... Read More


A Badminton concern

19 February 2017

BARBADOS’ BEST junior players are being put at risk, says Barbados Badminton Association president Shari Hope. She is livid with the Gymnasium Limited for leaving basketball hoops down at the Kensington Oval bond where badminton’s Junior National Championships are taking... Read More


Champions do it with Pride

19 February 2017

FROM CRAB HILL in St Lucy to Bayfield in St Philip, there was a sense of Bajan pride last night. The nation was celebrating the capture of another regional cricket title. Read More


Maxwell grab sixth straight

19 February 2017

MAXWELL HOUSE notched up another title at Grantley Adams Memorial Sports at the National Stadium last Friday. They marked a six-year winning streak with 965 points. Challenor were second with 681, Crawford third on 655.5, Johnson fourth was Johnson with 473.5 and Buyer... Read More


Barbados Pride win Super50

18 February 2017

BARBADOS PRIDE fittingly wrapped up the 2017 WICB Regional Super50 Cricket Competition as champions after beating Jamaica Scorpions by 59 runs. In a dominating display at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua and Barbuda today, Pride scored 271 for nine and limited... Read More


Barbados Pride score 271 for nine in Super50 Final

18 February 2017

A CENTURY BY wicketkeeper/batsman Shai Hope and a quick half-century by captain Jason Holder restored respectability to the Barbados Pride score in the WICB Regional Super50 Final. Playing against Jamaica Scorpions at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua and Barbuda... Read More


Samuels cleared to bowl

18 February 2017

THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET COUNCIL (ICC) on Thursday announced following remedial work and reassessment, the bowling action of West Indies Marlon Samuels has been found to be legal, and the player can now resume bowling in international cricket. On January 29, Samuels... Read More


Carter appeals ruling

18 February 2017

LAUSANNE – Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter, whose positive doping test cost Usain Bolt a relay gold medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) asking that the Jamaican team be reinstated as 4x100m relay winners. Carter... Read More


Set E set hot pace

18 February 2017

WATERFORD WAS YESTERDAY transformed into a kaleidoscope of colours as Combermere School held its annual sports day. Try as they might Set B (Red House) could not defend their title, and had to concede to Set E (Purple House), who amassed 648 points. Read More


Drums may beat again

18 February 2017

THE DRUMS are back on the table. The party type atmosphere that has been lacking from Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championships (BSSAC) may well return this year, as the organising committee is considering making a recommendation to bring back drums. Read More




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