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    May 26

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Formula One teams agree to cut costs

23 May 2020

LONDON – Formula One’s ten teams have agreed on cost-cutting measures, including a budget cap of $145 million for 2021, the BBC reported on Friday. Read More


Former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan passes away

23 May 2020

Utah – Basketball Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan, who coached the Utah Jazz for 23 seasons and led them to two NBA finals, died on Friday due to complications from Parkinson’s disease, his former team said. He was 78. Read More


Chiellini bears no ill will towards Suarez

22 May 2020

MILAN – Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini admires Uruguay forward Luis Suarez for biting him during a heated match at the 2014 World Cup, he said in his autobiography. Read More


Gymnast suffers training setback

22 May 2020

Barbados’ top gymnast Erin Pinder is concerned about being unable to receive live training to further enhance her skills after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic brought a premature end to a fruitful season. Read More


WI to face Covid-19 tests

20 May 2020

If the anticipated tour to England bowls off in July, West Indies players will have to undergo frequent testing for the novel coronavirus. Read More


Cameron sends legal letter

20 May 2020

FORMER PRESIDENT OF Cricket West Indies (CWI) Dave Cameron has written to the region’s governing body for cricket in the wake of a leak audit report of CWI’s finances. Read More


Six COVID cases among Premier League players

20 May 2020

LONDON - The Premier League said on Tuesday that six people from three different clubs had tested positive for COVID-19 out of a sample of 748 individuals. Read More


Brace for Cave

19 May 2020

BARBADIAN jockey Wesley Cave had a good day in the saddle as horse racing returned to Hippodrome Karukera in Guadeloupe last Sunday. Read More


No pressure on players, says Holder

19 May 2020

LONDON – West Indies skipper Jason Holder says he will not force his teammates to travel to England for a three-Test cricket series delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More


Djokovic believes he will break record

19 May 2020

Novak Djokovic believes he will win the most Grand Slam titles and become the longest-reigning world number one by the time he retires, the 32-year-old Serb said in an interview. Read More


More Premier League matches could be free on TV

19 May 2020

LONDON – The English Premier League could show more football matches on free-to-air TV platforms once it resumes, including during the normally protected 3 p.m. British time slot on a Saturday, minister Oliver Dowden said on Monday. Read More


Nothing to hide!

19 May 2020

ST JOHN’S – Cricket West Indies president, Ricky Skerritt said there was never any intention of the regional governing body to “hide” the contents of a recent audit report which had uncovered “illustrations of questionable executive standards and practices”. Read More


FIFA will choose hosts of women’s World Cup next month

17 May 2020

BERN - The hosts for the 2023 women’s World Cup will be chosen at an online meeting of the FIFA Council on June 25, the global soccer body said on Friday. Read More


German football resumes with no fans

16 May 2020

DORTMUND – The Bundesliga is the first major soccer league to return to action since the virus earlier this year shut down sports, and its return in a country that still has hundreds of positive virus cases a day is being closely watched by other leagues. Read More


Lynch happy with cycling ease

16 May 2020

President of the Barbados Cycling Union (BCU), Charles Lynch, is pleased that the sport has been given some ease. Read More


Covid-19 hurting CWI finances

15 May 2020

Port Of Spain – The financial health of Cricket West Indies (CWI) has been described by its president Ricky Skerritt as being in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has prevented competition in the sport.... Read More


Suki looking to push more

14 May 2020

Draughts master Ronald “Suki” King says he will have to re-evaluate his role as a player/promoter to remain a world-class contender. Read More


CWI denies abandoning injured bowler

14 May 2020

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has rejected claims by Barbadian all-rounder Shaquana Quintyne that she was abandoned after being injured three years ago. Read More


Holyfield also teases boxing fans

14 May 2020

Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield has released a training video on Twitter, fuelling speculation that he could come out of retirement to face one-time rival Mike Tyson in the ring. Read More


Skerritt: Only the best for England tour

13 May 2020

PORT OF SPAIN – Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt has ruled out sending a second-string team to England, if the leading Test players are hesitant to tour because of COVID-19 fears. Read More


Kraigg under contract cloud

13 May 2020

WEST INDIES TEST VICE-CAPTAIN Kraigg Brathwaite may be in danger of having his central red-ball contract downgraded. Read More


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