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    April 06

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UEFA suspends Champions League, Europa League

02 April 2020

UEFA bowed to the inevitable on Wednesday and suspended all Champions League and Europa League soccer matches “until further notice” due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read More


NSC: Health before dollars

01 April 2020

Health and safety is the National Sports Council’s (NSC) priority during the current coronavirus global pandemic, not making money from rental of the Wildey Gymnasium. Read More


Wimbledon cancelled

01 April 2020

LONDON – The Wimbledon tennis championships were cancelled for the first time since World War Two as the coronavirus pandemic wiped another blue-riband sports event off the calendar on Wednesday. Read More


NFL expects to play full season despite coronavirus

01 April 2020

While the coronavirus wreaks havoc on the global sporting calendar, the National Football League (NFL) said on Tuesday it planned to have a full season, including games in London and Mexico City, and to kick off on time in September. Read More


Term limits ’still on cards’

31 March 2020

PORT OF SPAIN – Cricket West Indies’ president Ricky Skerritt has assured the region that presidential term limits are still on the cards and will be addressed once the Wehby Governance report is submitted within the next month. Read More


Richards will be missed

31 March 2020

Venice Richards was more than just a very good jockey. He was a “decent and kind man”. Read More


No pay cuts yet for South African cricketers

31 March 2020

CAPE TOWN – Player salaries for the South African 2020-21 cricket season are safe, but the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic could mean the country’s cricketers earn less in the future, Cricket South Africa (CSA) Acting CEO Jacques Faul has said. Read More


BOA funds for Tokyo athletes

30 March 2020

Finance should not be an issue for Barbadians making the Olympic journey to next year’s Tokyo Games. Read More


Virus slows young Zane

30 March 2020

The Coronavirus has put a spoke in Zane Maloney’s wheels. But the champion driver is aiming to collect more checkered flags once the global pandemic is under control. Read More


Venice Richards passes away in Trinidad and Tobago

30 March 2020

Legendary Barbadian jockey Venice “Pappy” Richards is dead. Read More


Japan, IOC set July 23 next year for Olympics

30 March 2020

TOKYO - The postponed Olympic Games will now begin on July 23 next year and run until August 8, the head of the Tokyo 2020 organising committee said on Monday, as the coronavirus pandemic made it impossible to plan and prepare for them properly this year. Read More


Talma: Fishing a way out

30 March 2020

Windsurfer Brian “de Action” Talma is using his organic tourism concept to help sustain the Silver Sands community in the midst of challenging circumstances. Read More


Swimmer Sobers keeping in shape

30 March 2020

BARBADOS’ top male swimmer Alex Sobers is determined not to let the dreaded coronavirus hinder his training sessions. Read More


Current football season could be lost

29 March 2020

ROME – The head of European soccer’s governing body said that the current season could be “lost” if it is unable to re-start by the end of June, although he did not rule out extending it into the next season. Read More


Joseph looking to 2024 Olympics

29 March 2020

Promising young Barbadian cyclist Amber Joseph is looking at the bigger picture. Read More


Another win for Joseph at Gulfstream

29 March 2020

HALLANDALE BEACH, Florida – Favourite Miz Chaplin produced a front-running win on Friday’s 11-race card at Gulfstream Park to hand Barbadian trainer Saffie Joseph Jr his 38th win of the season. Read More


BFA still covered

27 March 2020

The financial affairs of local football should not be heavily impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Read More


Djokovic pledges big bucks to fight coronavirus

27 March 2020

BELGRADE – Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic pledged one million euros (BDS$2.2 million) to help buy ventilators and other medical equipment in his native Serbia yesterday, joining a list of other athletes in the fight against coronavirus. Read More


Barcelona to cut player wages

27 March 2020

MADRID – Barcelona are taking measures to cut the wages of their players and staff to reduce the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis, the La Liga club said on Thursday. Read More


Stumps pulled for 90 days

27 March 2020

Stumps have been pulled on domestic cricket for three months. Read More


Sir Austin backs Games delay

27 March 2020

Retired International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Sir Austin Sealy believes it would have caused major disappointment for athletes, particularly for those who were near retirement if the Tokyo Olympics were cancelled and not postponed. Read More


Has the message about the seriousness of COVID-19 hit home now the country is under 24-hour curfew?