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Allan ninth at World Juniors

18 January 2018

BARBADIAN Che Allan was the only competitor from the North American region to crack the top ten at the recent Jeep World Surfing League’s (WSL) Junior Championship at the Kiama Bombo Beach in New South Wales, Australia. Allan finished tied ninth overall out of the... Read More


Swimmers off to UANA Cup in Florida

18 January 2018

SEVEN overseas-based swimmers are in a Barbados 17-member national swim team contesting the inaugural three-day Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) Swimming Cup Competition starting at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex, Florida, from tomorrow and ending Saturday. ... Read More


Chief cries foul

17 January 2018

Raw Deal. Henderson Williams, the chief organiser of the Henderson Williams City Soccer Classic says he is disappointed that national captain Mario Harte has been suspended from taking part in his out of season competition. “I have witnessed the punishing of volunteers... Read More


Holder bypassed

17 January 2018

Jason Holder, who led Barbados Pride to last season’s regional Super50 cricket title, has been bypassed for the captaincy this year. Holder, who is also the West Indies one-day captain, has been named in the 14-man squad to face the T&T Red Force in the opening match... Read More


Emerald do the triple at Trinity

17 January 2018

Emerald House (Green) counted their third straight victory at the Trinity Academy Inter-house Athletic Championships at the National Stadium yesterday. By a margin of 94 points, they retained the title with 639 points, while Gold (Yellow) placed second with 545 and... Read More


Holder: Windies game to win all

16 January 2018

West Indies captain Jason Holder says planning has already begun for the ICC World Cup qualifiers in March, as the Caribbean side look to book their spot in the 2019 one-day showpiece in England. The schedule for the much-anticipated qualifiers was released by the... Read More


Player sorry

16 January 2018

Suspended national footballer Mario Williams has apologised to the Barbados Football Association (BFA) for breaching its regulations. Last Wednesday, Williams and fellow national representatives, captain Mario Harte and Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme midfielder... Read More


Over 40 yachts for race

16 January 2018

Last year’s active hurricane season has led to a decline in the number of yachts participating in the upcoming Barbados Sailing Week. This was revealed by chairman of the organising committee, Howard Palmer, during the launch of the event at The Drift, The Beach... Read More


Chairman: Keep it clean

16 January 2018

The chairman of the National Sports Council (NSC) is urging local sportspersons to keep away from performance enhancing substances. Michael Power, in his address to the NSC’s 35th annual awards ceremony at the Frank Collymore Hall on Saturday night, encouraged competitors... Read More


400 metres fire still burning for 800m king

16 January 2018

Looks like Jonathan Jones isn’t giving up on the 400 just yet. The reigning CARIFTA 800 metres champion is clearly putting in that early speed work after winning the 300 during last weekend’s New Year’s Classic at the National Stadium. Read More


Matthews best fails to end Hobart slump

15 January 2018

HOBART, Tasmania – Barbados and West Indies teenaged batting star, Hayley Matthews, gathered her highest score this season but Hobart Hurricanes’ wretched, winless run continued with a 10-wicket defeat to Melbourne Renegades on Sunday. Sent in at the Bellerive Oval,... Read More


Stephens tumbles out in first round, Ostapenko impresses

15 January 2018

MELBOURNE − Sloane Stephens became the first big casualty at this year’s Australian Open as the US Open champion tumbled out in the first round against China’s Zhang Shuai. The American 13th seed, who is without a win since her triumph at Flushing Meadows, looked... Read More


Hope eager for more Windies victories

15 January 2018

Winning the National Sports Council’s (NSC) Sports Personality Of The Year Award is a cherished honour for Shai Hope. As he approaches this year, however, he hopes that similar performances can redound to the benefit of the team. Read More


BFA boots 4

15 January 2018

The Barbados national football team will be starting this season minus four familiar faces. This after the Barbados Football Association (BFA) sent suspension letters to captain of the national team Mario Harte, Paradise striker Mario Williams, Barbados Defence Sports... Read More


Knights share formula for success

15 January 2018

Three of Barbados’ cricketing icons have given the island’s sportspeople a simple formula for success – discipline, strong work ethic and preparation. Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Everton Weekes and Sir Wesley Hall identified these values in playing a major part in their... Read More


Sport’s role in economic growth

15 January 2018

Sport should not be viewed as a mere pastime. Instead, it must be looked at as a pursuit that can produce significant social and economic benefits to Barbados. That was one of the key points underscored by Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley during his address to... Read More


Young ‘Tiger’ hits a ton

15 January 2018

A young tiger roared at Kensington Oval yesterday. Tagenarine Chanderpaul fashioned a maiden first-class century, but champions Guyana Jaquars had to settle for a draw against Barbados Pride on yesterday’s final day of their Digicel Professional Cricket League Regional... Read More


St James North in Sunday’s final

15 January 2018

The run isn’t done yet. St James North is just one win away from completing an unbeaten run through the National Sports Council/Youth Development Programme Under-17 Football Tournament after advancing to Sunday’s big final against Christ Church East Central. Playing... Read More


Zane ready for seniors in Italy

15 January 2018

“Coming with the seniors will be tougher, but I am prepared to fight.” That’s how karter Zane Maloney summed up his preparation for the Italian challenges he will face this year. At the end of a whistle-stop visit to Barbados, the 14-year-old driver told NATIONSPORT... Read More


Dorsett eyes Gold Cup treble

14 January 2018

The hat-trick-seeking Dorsett spearheads a field of 12 nominees for the March 3 running of the 37th Sandy Lane Barbados Gold Cup at the Garrison Savannah. The Barbados Turf Club announced the field on Friday, when the first subscription date passed. Apart from... Read More


Holder, young Chanderpaul impress

14 January 2018

Despite another fine bowling display from debutant fast bowler Chemar Holder, young opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul made an impressive unbeaten half-century to put Guyana Jaguars in an excellent position to push for a victory over Barbados Pride. The 21-year-old Chanderpaul... Read More




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