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    June 19

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Panton thanks doctors, fans

06 June 2019

“WE WILL be back” Calling it one of those things, Jamaica’s Jeff Panton, who with co-driver Mike Fennell Jr crashed last Sunday on the opening stage during the second day of SOL Rally Barbados, said he is in pain, but glad that his family is in Barbados with him to... Read More


Burke, Jones in NCAA finals

05 June 2019

Barbadian Mario Burke blazed to his first legal sub-10 clocking as he hunts a sprint double at the NCCA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas, and Jonathan Jones also qualified for the 400 metres final. Read More


New Zealand beat Bangladesh in thriller

05 June 2019

New Zealand secured their second World Cup win in a row with a nervy two-wicket win over a spirited Bangladesh in a thriller at The Oval. Read More


Ronaldo hat-trick seals spot in Nations League final

05 June 2019

PORTO – Evergreen Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick, including two late goals, to give Portugal a 3-1 win over Switzerland in a Nations League semi-final featuring an extraordinary VAR incident on Wednesday. Read More


Sharma guides India to victory over South Africa

05 June 2019

Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 122 to guide India to a straightforward six-wicket win against South Africa in their opening World Cup match. Read More


‘Good’ football rule changes

05 June 2019

THE RULES of football have been changed from the start of this month. And two top Barbadian officials have given the modifications their support. Read More


Wharton outshines Stars

05 June 2019

BARBADOS goal shooter Shonica Wharton scored an impressive 47 goals from 50 attempts against Newbury Stars on Monday night at the Netball Stadium to carry former queens Signia Globe UWI Blackbirds into tonight’s semi-finals of the Barbados Netball Association’s senior... Read More


CRICKET WORLD CUP: Sri Lanka bounce back against Afghanistan

04 June 2019

CARDIFF - Sri Lanka survived a woeful batting collapse to beat Afghanistan by 34 runs in a rain-shortened World Cup thriller on Tuesday. The 1996 World Cup champions limped to 201 all out in the 37th over as Afghanistan grabbed nine wickets for 57 runs to give themselves... Read More


Reifer: WI not fazed by Aussies

03 June 2019

NOTTINGHAM – Reigning world champion Australia will hold no terrors for a confident West Indies when the two teams clash at Trent Bridge in their second outings in the ICC World Cup on Thursday. Read More


  BDFSP, Wales in Cup final

03 June 2019

IT WILL BE a case of déjà vu between Premier League champions Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) and Weymouth Wales in the Barbados Football Association Champions Cup final. Read More


England suffer shock World Cup defeat to Pakistan

03 June 2019

England suffered a stunning upset at the hands of inspired Pakistan in their second World Cup match at Trent Bridge. Read More


Semenya can run until court rules

03 June 2019

LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya will be able to run in her favoured 800 metres event without medication to lower her testosterone levels until an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal has been ruled on, the court said on Monday. Read More


Dane’s the new sheriff

02 June 2019

A NEW sheriff’s in town. Dane Skeete, son of Roger “The Sheriff” Skeete, and co-driver Tyler Mayhew were declared provisional winners of the Sol Rally Barbados yesterday. Read More


Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs

02 June 2019

Bangladesh stunned South Africa to start their World Cup campaign with a fine 21-run victory at The Oval. Read More


Panton, Fennell Jr crash out of Sol Rally

02 June 2019

Car parts flew in all directions after defending champions Jeff Panton and Mike Fennell Jr crashed on the Sagicor Kendal Stage of the Sol Barbados Rally 2019 today. Read More


Jones aims to qualify for Olympics

02 June 2019

Bajan middle-distance runner Jonathan Jones is not just satisfied with breaking Elvis Forde’s 34-year record in the 400 metres. The golden boy now has his eyes set on competing at next year’s Olympic Games in Japan. Read More


Dane leads by 64 secs

01 June 2019

“Holding off Panton.” That’s how Dane Skeete and co-driver Tyler Mayhew plan to deal with today’s final ten stages of the Barbados Rally Club’s 30th international event, Sol Rally Barbados 2019. Read More


Liverpool lift sixth Champions League trophy

01 June 2019

MADRID – An early Mohamed Salah penalty and a late strike by Divock Origi gave Liverpool a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in Saturday’s all-English Champions League final as their coach Juergen Klopp finally got his hands on Europe’s biggest prize. Read More


Easy wins for Australia, New Zealand

01 June 2019

BRISTOL – David Warner and Steve Smith returned to international cricket on Saturday to see Australia through to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Afghanistan in their World Cup opener at Bristol’s County Ground. Read More


Selection dilemma for Champions League managers

01 June 2019

MADRID – Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has a midfield conundrum and his Tottenham counterpart Mauricio Pochettino must decide whether Harry Kane is ready for action as both bosses face selection dilemmas for Saturday’s Champions League final. Read More


Home support for Semenya

01 June 2019

Athletics South Africa (ASA) said on Friday it had joined Caster Semenya’s appeal against the ruling that currently prevents the double Olympic champion from running her preferred distance races unless she takes testosterone-suppressant medication. Read More


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