Squash juniors celebrate

27 July 2015

GUYANA’S WINNING of their 11th successive Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) crown was almost secondary to the fine fare and camaraderie which the players, family and officials enjoyed when the awards ceremony was held at Coconut Court, Hastings, on Saturday night.... Read More


Straughn: Cut back on sports

27 July 2015

FORMER CHAIRMAN of the National Sports Council (NSC), Seibert Straughn, says the time has come for a “serious look” to be taken at which sports should be represented at international meets such as the Commonwealth and Pan Am Games. Read More


Poetry in motion

26 July 2015

RICKEY WALCOTT, on board one of the favourites Poetic Licence, held his nerve to gloriously win the Grade I Massy United Insurance Barbados Derby over 2 000 metres for West Indian-bred three-year-olds yesterday. Owned by Bills Inc. and trained by champion trainer Victor... Read More


Girls do Barbados proud

26 July 2015

GUYANA’S GAIN wasn’t necessarily Barbados’ defeat. They couldn’t stop the Guyanese from winning yet another overall crown, but the home-town heroes still came good all the same, taking the girls’ team title en route to their best gold medal showing at a Junior Caribbean... Read More


Junior squash queens

26 July 2015

IT WAS A WHILE in coming, but Barbados are now the queens of junior squash. And they usurped their long-time rivals for the crown too. Read More


Looks like Donico’s Derby

25 July 2015

TODAY’S 76TH BARBADOS DERBY should see an exhilarating finish between favourites Poetic Licence and Donicodidit at the historic Garrison Savannah. This will be the fifth meeting between the duo and they will put it all on the line in the pattern Grade I Massy United... Read More


Trinidad’s Bulletproof ready for rivals

25 July 2015

ANOTHER calaloo versus cou-cou clash is on at the Garrison Savannah today when the island’s best creoles take on Trinidadian contender Bulletproof in the 2015 Massy United Insurance Barbados Derby. Read More


Girls in squash final

25 July 2015

MAKE THAT ANOTHER FINAL for Amanda Haywood and Meagan Best. All that stands between Barbados and further squash glory is Guyana, after the hosts survived an upset-minded Trinidad and Tobago squad to advance to today’s girls’ team title showdown of the Caribbean Junior... Read More


Five gold, one silver medal in squash

21 July 2015

BARBADOS’ JUNIOR squash players are on a high after they recorded their best ever performance in the individual component of the Caribbean Squash Association Junior Squash Championships. Read More


Six Bajans in squash finals

20 July 2015

SIX BARBADIAN PLAYERS have advanced to finals at the Caribbean Squash Association Junior Championships, currently ongoing at the Barbados Squash Club. Read More


No. 1 Meagan at her best

20 July 2015

IT WAS the top seeds’ turn to take to the court yesterday when the Caribbean Squash Association Junior Championships continued at the Barbados Squash Club and the Pleasant Place Squash Club. Read More


Bajan jockeys riding high

20 July 2015

DEFENDING CHAMPION JOCKEYS Rico Walcott and Chris Husbands swept the feature races on Saturday at the Northlands Park and Assiniboia Downs horse racing cards, respectively. Read More


Greipel takes another stage win on Tour

19 July 2015

VALENCE – Andre Greipel confirmed he was the sprint king at this year’s Tour de France cycling race when the German outpowered his rivals to win the 15th stage on Sunday. Read More


Countdown on for Derby day

19 July 2015

EXCITEMENT IS BUILDING in anticipation of the Massy United Insurance Barbados Derby Race Day. Read More


Bajan juniors win early squash matches

19 July 2015

LOCAL junior squash players are up against some of the best in the region at the Caribbean Squash Association Junior Squash Championships which began here yesterday morning at two locations. 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


Night racing the way to go

19 July 2015

FIVE MONTHS AFTER a site visit to the Garrison Savannah by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, the Barbados Turf Club (BTC) is still yet to find out if they will get the green light for the Garrison development plans. Read More


Husbands pushes home three

13 July 2015

CHAMPION JOCKEY Patrick Husbands now seems to be finding his winning touch as he peeled off another three wins on Saturday’s card at the Woodbine Race Track in Canada. Read More


Segway squad off to Germany

13 July 2015

A SIX-MEMBER segway polo squad will fly the Barbados flag in Cologne, Germany in the WOZ Challenge Cup from Thursday to Sunday. Read More


Wilson finishes fifth at Pan Am Games

12 July 2015

JASON WILSON finished in fifth place today in the triathlon at the Pan American Games in Canada. Read More


Second win for Bajan girls

10 July 2015

BARBADOS FOLLOWED UP a great start to the 5th Caribbean Girls' Youth Volleyball Championships with a straight sets win over Bonaire. Read More




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