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Gandalf’s glory

08 September 2018

Gandalf became the first three-year-old of his crop to beat older horses yesterday when he sailed away with the featured Sale Graduates’ Vase Handicap over 1 800 metres at the Garrison Savannah. So convincing was the Bills Inc gelding’s victory that it prompted one... Read More


Osaka claims US Open title after Serena meltdown

08 September 2018

NEW YORK – Naomi Osaka became Japan’s first ever Grand Slam champion after she thumped a raging Serena Williams 6-2 6-4 in a controversial US Open final on Saturday, with the American suffering a meltdown after being handed a game penalty. With Osaka in control of... Read More


South African attempting to swim around Barbados

08 September 2018

South African Cameron Bellamy has been on the water for almost 20 hours as he attempts to become the first person to swim around Barbados. Just before 3 p.m. today, he passed Barclays Park after a tough stint along the south-eastern part of the island. "The south-east... Read More


Knight Riders seal top-two finish with sixth straight win

08 September 2018

Trinbago Knight Riders guaranteed a top-two finish in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with a nine-run victory over Barbados Tridents at Queen’s Park Oval last night. The defending champions are now sure of their place in Tuesday’s Playoff 1 in Guyana, with... Read More


Call for unity in our boxing

07 September 2018

People in the sport of boxing need to come together for the success of the sport. That’s the view of professional boxer John The Hammer Trotman, while announcing a boxing contest hosted by Hard Judgement Boxing Promotion at the Wildey Gymnasium on September 15. Read More


Tridents draw in Guyana

07 September 2018

Debutant England-based striker Hallam Hope justified his recent call up to the Barbados Tridents with a double strike to help his team to a valiant 2-2 draw with the Guyana Golden Jaguars in their CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier at the Leonora Track And Field Centre... Read More


Windies women to face SA in Sandals home series

07 September 2018

ST JOHN’S – Windies Women will have a chance to test how ready they are towards their World T20 title defence when they face South Africa in three ODIs and five T20Is from September 16 to October 6 in Barbados and Trinidad. Read More


‘We can do it lean and clean’

06 September 2018

Minister of Sports John King has expressed disgust at the spiralling number of positive drug tests that have engulfed sports such as bodybuilding and track and field. King told the NATION the recent upsurge in positive tests for performance enhancing drugs was hurting... Read More


Mum blue over son’s omission

06 September 2018

The Barbados Tennis Association’s arbitration committee has been called into action after a disgruntled parent cried favouritism over the seeding of the boys’ 16s draw at the ongoing Sol Nationals. Read More


Knight Riders top again after Warriors romp

06 September 2018

Trinbago Knight Riders were indebted to more runs from the Hero Caribbean Premier League’s (CPL) Mr Consistent Colin Munro in a thumping 67-run victory over fellow playoff qualifiers Guyana Amazon Warriors at Queen’s Park Oval. Read More


Not enough for U-19

05 September 2018

Barbados coach Sherwin Campbell is not in favour of the format used for the just concluded West Indies Regional Under-19 Championships in St Vincent. Campbell told the NATION he wasn’t really in favour of teams playing just three three-day matches since all the teams... Read More


Disputed calls mar semis

05 September 2018

No. 1 players Sheldene Walrond and Mark “Venom” Griffith advanced to Sunday’s finals of the Barbados Public Workers’ Cooperative Credit Union Limited Monarchs Of The Courts road tennis championship in contrasting styles on Tuesday night. Read More


Hit for six

04 September 2018

Make that six losses in a row for the Barbados Tridents. After five successive defeats on home soil at Kensington Oval, they went on the road last night but still could not break their losing streak. This time, they went down to St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, who... Read More


Ingram joins Knight Riders

04 September 2018

The Trinbago Knight Riders have added Colin Ingram to their squad for the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Ingram will replace Chris Lynn who returns to Australia after the Knight Riders’ final home game on September 7 against Barbados Tridents at Queen’s... Read More


Gems in No. 2 spot

02 September 2018

The Bajan Gems sparkled briefly and then faded badly to break the hearts of thousands of supporters when they lost the final game of the AFNA World Cup Qualifier to nemesis Trinidad and Tobago 51-65 at the Wildey Gymnasium last night. The Gems were forced to rejig... Read More


Stars win final match but exit Hero CPL 2018

02 September 2018

St Lucia Stars ended their 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with a six-wicket victory over Barbados Tridents. The Tridents never really looked like defending a total of 135/7, with the lowest total successfully defended here in Hero CPL – 137 in 2016 – rarely... Read More


Dwayne Bravo’s five-star show lifts Knight Riders to victory

02 September 2018

Dwayne Bravo made Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) history with five successive sixes as Trinbago Knight Riders beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots by 46 runs at Warner Park. A slow-burner of an innings from the Knight Riders exploded into life in the closing overs... Read More


Ticket appeal

01 September 2018

The Barmy Army may be coming back to Barbados with thousands of British cricket fans next January for the Test match between West Indies and England. But Bajans will still be able to go through the turnstiles as hundreds of tickets are being specially blocked off... Read More


Government bats for England tour  

01 September 2018

The new Government has already played a master stroke in helping Barbados to successfully bid for an attractive package of matches during England’s tour of the Caribbean next year. In reacting to news that Barbados will host the first of three Tests between the... Read More


Warriors leapfrog Tallawahs and Knight Riders with easy win over Tridents

01 September 2018

A quick-fire 96-run opening partnership set Guyana Amazon Warriors on their way to a comfortable Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) victory over Barbados Tridents at Kensington Oval. The Warriors made light work of a 166-run target, easing to an eight-wicket victory... Read More


Skateboarding park under way

31 August 2018

A skateboarding park being built at Wildey should be in use by early next year. This was disclosed by executive officer of the Skateboarding Association of Barbados, Adrian Bowen, following a prize-giving for the One Movement Invitational Skateboarding Contest at... Read More


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