Athletics alive and kicking, says Babb

26 July 2015

WHAT’S THAT ABOUT the state of local athletics again? The returns from the Pan American Games is more than enough proof Bajan track and field is doing just fine, at least according to head coach Alwyn Babb, who’s grown increasingly tired of the recent criticisms of... Read More


Another men's 4x100 metres national record

25 July 2015

FOR THE THIRD TIME this year, a Barbados 4x100 metres men's relay team have lowered the national record in that event. Last night in the heats at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, Team Barbados set a new nation mark of 38.65 seconds, down from 38.70, placing... Read More


Bronze strike

25 July 2015

SHANE BRATHWAITE has done it again. Barbados have a chance to surpass their best ever showing at a Pan American Games after Brathwaite delivered his latest medal-winning performance to capture bronze in yesterday’s 110-metres hurdles final in Toronto. Read More


Akela sixth in long jump

24 July 2015

DESPITE ANOTHER personal best performance, Akela Jones did not win a medal in the women’s long jump tonight at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Read More


Hurdles bronze for Shane

24 July 2015

SHANE BRATHWAITE won a bronze medal in the men’s 110 metres hurdles this afternoon to take the Pan Am Games medal count to three. Read More


Ramon Gittens gets silver in men’s 100 metres

22 July 2015

SPRINTER RAMON GITTENS won Barbados’ second medal today at the Pan American Games in Toronto. Read More


Pan Am bronze for Akela

22 July 2015

AKELA JONES is on the podium again. Read More


Beckles seventh in Pan Am final

22 July 2015

HURDLER KIERRE BECKLES finished seventh in the women’s 100 metre hurdles at the Pan American Games last night in Toronto. Read More


BOA in dark on Carl Lewis visit

19 July 2015

THE BARBADOS Olympic Association (BOA) had no idea that legendary American sprinter Carl Lewis was coming to Barbados. Read More


Babb bags shot put record

19 July 2015

ENRIQUE BABB set a record in the boys’ heptathlon shot put as team Barbados had a day of mixed fortunes at the CAC Age Group Multi-Event Championships in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More


Leacock in line

18 July 2015

IT HAS BEEN a hard road to climb for Barbados all week at both the World Youth Championships and the Pan Am Games but Rivaldo Leacock is hoping to change that today. Read More


Tristan and Rivaldo in World Youth semis

16 July 2015

TRISTAN EVELYN today advanced to the semi-finals of the girls’ 100-metre dash at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia. Read More


Greggmar’s good as gold

12 July 2015

BARBADIAN HURDLER GREGGMAR SWIFT wanted to make a statement to the world before leaving South Korea for the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Read More


Swift makes history at University Games

12 July 2015

DRAPED IN the national flag after winning Barbados’ first ever medal at the World University Games, a tear slipped from Greggmar Swift’s eye and he discreetly wiped it with the Broken Trident. Read More


Gold for Greggmar

11 July 2015

GREGGMAR SWIFT won gold in the men’s 110 metre hurdles at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea earlier this morning. Read More


Greggmar going for gold

10 July 2015

GREGGMAR SWIFT will be chasing gold when he lines up for the finals of the men’s 110 metre hurdles tomorrow at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea. Read More


Barbados fielding women’s 4x400 unit

05 July 2015

FOR THE FIRST TIME in over a decade Barbados will be represented in the women’s 4x400 metre relay at a major senior track and field event. Read More


Levi’s goal

04 July 2015

LEVI CADOGAN is aiming to become just the second Barbadian to run below 10 seconds when he dons the ultramarine and gold at the upcoming Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Read More


Pan Am Games squad slashed

28 June 2015

THERE WILL BE Pan American Games heartbreak for some Bajan athletes who had met the standards set by the Athletics Association of Barbados (AAB) and were actually selected to make the trip to Canada next month. Read More


Cadogan speeds to 10.06 sec.

22 June 2015

LEVI CADOGAN’s star shone brightly and provided ultimate pleasure as he became Barbados’ fastest man at the National Athletics Championships on Saturday night. His astonishing demolition of a top-class field in the 100 metres final was on par with any race of its kind... Read More


Williams upsets cousin Fraser in 1 500 metres

22 June 2015

THE SIDESHOW of the National Championships on Saturday provided a big upset. CARIFTA starlet and Austin Sealy Trophy awardee, Mary Fraser, was beaten into second spot by her cousin Elizabeth Williams in the women’s 1 500 metres open at the National Stadium. Read More




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