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Road tennis quarter-finals on tonight

02 January 2016

IT WILL be a clash between old and new when the quarter-finals of the National Sports Council’s Inter-Parish Road Tennis Tournament serves off at the Deighton “Pa” Roach Facility in Bush Hall, St Michael, tonight. New Clash Of Titans queen Sheldene Waldron, who is... Read More

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Special awards for Pine icons

02 January 2016

A NUMBER of sports icons from the Pinelands area were rewarded for their contributions yesterday at the launch of the Ivan “Speed” Forde Soccer Special at the Parkinson Community Centre. The Pine has produced a number of sportspersons who have gone on to represent... Read More

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Young boxers and officials celebrated

21 December 2015

A SMALL crowd turned out at the George Lamming School Hall for the recent evening of celebration for the successful national boxing team and ten coaches who received international qualifications. The social evening was held to close out the year of activities of... Read More

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HC new champs of schools’ chess

20 December 2015

FOR THE first time in 14 years, The Lodge School cannot lay claim to the championship of schools’ chess. That honour now belongs to Harrison College who were announced as champions at the Massy United Insurance Inter-School awards ceremony at the Grand Salle on Wednesday... Read More

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Three cheers for John and Walcott

13 December 2015

Trainers Boston John and Edward Walcott Jr shared honours with three winners yesterday on the Christmas Season Raceday, the Barbados Turf Club’s second day of its final racing season at the Garrison Savannah . However, by virtue of his gelding Joshua impressively... Read More

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Barbados beat Martinique for place in semis

13 December 2015

They didn’t play their best volleyball until the third set but it was enough to see Barbados girls defeat Martinique in three straight sets and advance to the semi-finals of the 10th Caribbean Junior Volleyball Championships. On Friday night at the Wildey Gymnasium,... Read More

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Alleyne back to guest-pose tonight

06 December 2015

by EZRA STUART BARBADOS’ darling of bikini fitness, Domini Alleyne, will be gracing the stage tonight, her first time this year. Alleyne, who swept the three shows she competed in here last year and also came second at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC)... Read More

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Lowe on a chess high

06 December 2015

MARK LOWE is the new Michael Forde National Rapid Chess champion. He did this by accumulating three-and- a-half points from a possible five in a keenly contested tournament over the Independence weekend. Lowe finished ahead of veteran Othneil Harewood on a tiebreak... Read More

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Weithers last man standing in MMA

06 December 2015

CLEARLY NOTHING trumps strength and endurance! It was impossible to beat Corey “Stokes” Weithers at the Spartan Caribbean Fighting Championship’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) knockouts at the Searocks Dome, Barbados Beach Club, Maxwell Christ Church on Friday night.... Read More

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Bajans strike hockey gold

29 November 2015

BARBADOS’ senior women’s hockey players landed gold yesterday after blanking Peru 3-0 in the final of the Aquece Rio International Hockey Championship in Brazil. The result ensured that the Bajan lasses ended the tournament with a perfect 4-0 record. This is the... Read More

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Leacock leaps ahead of Johnson

29 November 2015

JAMES JOHNSON finally returned to the RBC/Royal Bank Classic. Now he’s got to make a real comeback. Seasoned veteran Carlsen Leacock came out firing yesterday, shooting an opening one-under 71 to take a five-stroke lead heading into today’s final round after Johnson... Read More

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Courting the Oval

21 November 2015

There has been great concern about the lack of practice time on the squash courts, but that may soon be a distress of the past. President of the Barbados Squash Association (BSA), Monty Cumberbatch, said the association was in discussion with Kensington Oval Management... Read More

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Speightstown slam way to dom title

21 November 2015

YET ANOTHER domino title is in the northern trophy cabinet of Speightstown. Already with the Premier League trophy safely locked away, the Roger Yearwood-led Speightstown slammers prevailed over KC Joint 1, 125-118, to emerge champions when the curtain came down... Read More

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Mulrennan ready for Challenge

21 November 2015

ONE OF BRITAIN’S leading jockeys, Paul Mulrennan, is ready for the ANSA McAL Racing Festival Winter Jockey Challenge at the Garrison Savannah today. During a meet and greet yesterday at the Federal Bookmakers betting shop in Marhill Street, The City, he met local... Read More

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Karate clean sweep

21 November 2015

STUART HOLDER and Tabu Lall Kissoon made a clean sweep of the two categories when the Mint Condition Industrial Services Limited ISKF Karate National Tournament was held last Saturday at the Ursuline Covenant. Holder dominated in both the kata and kumite in the black... Read More

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Tuach teams up with Sol, Suzuki Caribbean

16 November 2015

BARBADOS’ teenage surfing phenomenon Chelsea Tuach will be teaming up with Suzuki Caribbean and Sol as she embarks on a new and historic journey for Barbados on the World Surf League’s world championship Tour in 2016. Tuach will be the first surfer, male or female,... Read More

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Fraser on Bajan boxing team

16 November 2015

TRACK AND FIELD starlet Mary Fraser is set to represent Barbados in another sport. Fraser will be lacing up her boxing gloves as part of a 17-member team travelling to Guyana later this month for the Caribbean Development Championships. The middle distance runner... Read More

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Byer’s body champ

15 November 2015

The night was filled with stiff competition, but there was still a great deal of camaraderie among the contestants in the 2015 Mr Schoolboy Bodybuilding contest. In the end, Kammeco Byer of Vocational Training Board emerged the champion when the Anchor Body Bones... Read More

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Interest high in RBC Classic

15 November 2015

The 11th annual RBC Classic, the second biggest golf tournament on the island, will tee off on November 28 and is shaping to be fully subscribed. The two-day tournament, which coincides with the Independence weekend in Barbados, will be hosted again at the Barbados... Read More

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Cheers for fitness girls

15 November 2015

The young ladies in the fitness categories ignited the oohs, ahs and wows of the audience with their ability to twist, twirl and bend their bodies in the Miss School Body Fitness Championships at the Lester Vaughan Secondary School on Friday night. The girls had... Read More

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New sponsor for school muscle show

10 November 2015

THE MR SCHOOLBOY bodybuilding and Miss Schoolgirl body fitness championships are not only under a new brand but also promise to be the most exciting ever. The event, now known as the Anchor Body Bones, is being sponsored by Bryden Stokes and takes place at the Lester... Read More

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