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Player joins Badminton Academy

16 June 2010

SENIOR national badminton player Dave Forde is in Malaysia on a six-week training course as he prepares for the Commonwealth Games.Kevin Wood, president of the Barbados Badminton Association, said that Forde was at the New Vision Badminton Academy and would be sharing... Read More

Kolij, Cawmere in U-16 final

16 June 2010

by JUSTIN MARVILLEA BASKETBALL TITLE was on the line the last time they met.It’s only fitting that the next Combermere-Harrison College showdown will  decide another.The Co-operators General Insurance Under-16 Championship is at stake this time around after regular... Read More


Brazil out the blocks

16 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Maicon and Elano scored a goal each as Brazil broke through a solid North Korean defence to win their opening World Cup match 2-1 yesterday. Read More


Reid rescues Kiwis

16 June 2010

RUSTENBURG – Winston Reid headed in an injury-time goal yesterday to give New Zealand a 1-1 draw with Slovakia at the World Cup. Read More

Chile may win Suazo fitness race

16 June 2010

NELSPRUIT, South Africa – The main focus ahead of the match between Chile and Honduras has been on injuries to two opposing strikers named Suazo. Read More


Ivory Coast shine in goalless draw

16 June 2010

PORT ELIZABETH – Ivory Coast drew 0-0 with Portugal in the teams’ opening match of the World Cup yesterday, largely outplaying their higher-ranked opponents despite Didier Drogba only coming on as a late substitute. Read More


Records tumble in the pool

16 June 2010

TWENTY-FIVE MEET records were shattered in the recent 19th Olympic Association Aquatic Centre International Invitational, which was powered by Powerade. Read More


Young pro in the making

16 June 2010

BECOMING A professional footballer! That’s the dream of Hilda Skeene’s 11-year-old captain, Shakarie Mottley, the leading goalscorer in the 2010 Bico-sponsored National Sports Council’s (NSC) Primary Schools competition. Read More

FIFA foils 'ambush

16 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – FIFA has denied reports that it detained dozens of women for wearing orange mini-dresses at a World Cup match in an alleged ambush marketing scam by a Dutch brewery. Read More

Two seek glory

16 June 2010

THE BATTLE for primary schools football supremacy in the Bico-sponsored National Sports Council competition will take place at the National Stadium tomorrow morning. Read More

Pundit fired for ticket slip

16 June 2010

LONDON – Former Jamaica midfielder Robbie Earle has been fired as a World Cup commentator for British TV station ITV after violating FIFA’s ticket regulations at the tournament in South Africa. Read More


Flex appeal at Theatre

16 June 2010

The Powerade Island Fitness Pageant recently came off at the Plantation Garden Theatre. Read More


Hayatou envisions World Cup back in Africa in 2026

16 June 2010

African football president Issa Hayatou envisions the World Cup returning to the continent in 2026, and can find no reason why it shouldn't return to South Africa.   Read More


Garrison bat Toppin hits ton, takes 5 wickets

16 June 2010

AN OUTSTANDING all-round performance by Garrison Secondary’s Jafari Toppin highlighted the opening day of the 2010 LIME Under-15 Cricket Competition yesterday. Read More

A THORNY ISSUE: Don't give up on our boys

16 June 2010

Understandably emotions are running quite high after another West Indies defeat to South Africa. Read More


Blind muscleman triumphs

16 June 2010

THE BLIND shall lead! That was the case when the Barbados Bodybuilding Classic was held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on Saturday night with Greg Rando of the United States standing out like a beacon. Read More

Almost half million in Africa for World Cup

16 June 2010

PRETORIA - The number of World Cup fans who have come to South Africa so far already approaches the most optimistic estimates for the tournament. Read More

Dolphin club praises swimmers

16 June 2010

LEARNING TO SWIM like dolphins! That’s the mission of the Dolphin Swim Club which held its annual awards ceremony at the L.V. Harcourt Lewis Training Centre, Belmont Road, on Sunday. Read More


FIFA turns down France request to replace Carrasso

16 June 2010

POLOKWANE, South Africa (AP) — FIFA has turned down a request from France to replace its injured goalkeeper Cedric Carrasso at the World Cup. Carrasso tore his left hamstring in training on Monday, and the French Football Federation hoped to be able to replace him by... Read More

US's Howard on the mend

15 June 2010

IRENE – United States goalkeeper Tim Howard’s bruised ribs are improving. Read More

Brazil in dark about North Korea

15 June 2010

JOHANNESBURG – A Brazil team bursting with global football stars will open their World Cup campaign against a North Korea squad they, and pretty much everyone else, knows very little about. Read More


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