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The Irish by 4

15 January 2020

ST GEORGE’S – Veteran Dwayne Bravo’s return following a three-and-a-half-year sojourn on the sidelines ended in disappointment as a feisty Ireland stunned West Indies by four runs in the opening Sandals Resorts Twenty20 International here yesterday to take a 1-0 lead... Read More


Trinidadian sprinter banned for two years

15 January 2020

LONDON – Reigning Commonwealth Games gold medallist Michelle-Lee Ahye has been slapped with a two-year ban over a “doping whereabouts” violation. Read More


Bajan driver in World Racing League

15 January 2020

Barbadian driver Christian Hinds will take on the competition in Group 2 of the World Racing League (WRL) of America this season. Read More


Bravo eager to make impact

15 January 2020

Veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo does not believe his match fitness will be a major issue in the Twenty20 International series against Ireland, starting today in Grenada, and says he is anxious to make his presence felt in the squad. Read More


Round Barbados sailing south

14 January 2020

This year’s Round Barbados Sailing Week won’t only commemorate the centennial year of founder and father of independence, the late Errol Walton Barrow, but for the first time since its inaugural staging, the race will be sailed in a southward direction. Read More


Brewster end four-year drought

14 January 2020

Brewster House finally ended four years of drought to reign supreme at the St Giles inter house sports yesterday at the National Stadium. Read More


Serena wins first title in three years

13 January 2020

WELLINGTON – The length of time Serena Williams held her arms aloft after clinching her first WTA title in almost three years spoke volumes on Sunday as the American prepares for the latest tilt at a 24th Grand Slam tennis title in Melbourne next week. Read More


Feeling WI ‘ire’

13 January 2020

ST GEORGE’S – Opener Evin Lewis made up for his heartbreak of six days ago with a third One-Day International (ODI) hundred as West Indies completed a whitewash of Ireland with a five-wicket victory in the third ODI yesterday. Read More


Ifill School day/night treat

13 January 2020

FOR a change, the results did not matter. It was more about the concept of a day/night weekend student sports event that made this year’s edition of the Ifill School track championships a memorable show for athletes and parents. Read More


Real Madrid win Super Cup on penalties

12 January 2020

JEDDAH – Real Madrid beat city rivals Atletico Madrid 4-1 in a penalty shootout to win the first edition of the revamped Spanish football Super Cup in Saudi Arabia following a goalless draw after extra time in a tense final on Sunday. Read More


St Michael School sports under the lights again

12 January 2020

After the successful staging of Barbados’ first ever inter-house school sports at night last year, The St Michael School is preparing an encore. Read More


Chinese athletes for Payne Classic

11 January 2020

The tenth anniversary of the Joseph Payne Memorial Athletics Classic on January 25 will be a historic affair, as two athletes from China will be competing at the National Stadium for the first time. Read More


Windies after clean sweep

11 January 2020

West Indies will take aim at their second clean sweep in less than two months today. Read More


Vieira makes history for Trinidad and Tobago

11 January 2020

When the Olympic history of Trinidad and Tobago is written Abigail Vieira’s name will surely be on the list. Read More


Close wins, penalties decide semis spots

11 January 2020

There were two penalty shoot-out victories and two 1-0 wins in quarter-final action on Thursday night in the National Sports Council/Youth Development Programme Community Under-19 Football Classic at Briar Hall and Brereton. Read More


Harper’s Windies concerns

11 January 2020

Death bowling and the number of dot balls faced by batsmen are two areas of concern in West Indies cricket. Read More


Hamilton donates to help wildlife affected by Australia fires

10 January 2020

LONDON – Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday he was donating $500 000 (382,819 pounds) towards the rescue and care of wildlife caught in bushfires ravaging southeast Australia. Read More


Winter Youth Olympics start in Lausanne

10 January 2020

LAUSANNE – The wait is finally over for 1 880 young athletes. Read More


Windies win at the death

10 January 2020

Million-dollar man Sheldon Cottrell hit a six with one ball left to give the West Indies an exciting one-wicket victory after Ireland all-rounder Simi Singh almost made the regional side sing a sad song last night. Read More


Bravo set for return to T20s

10 January 2020

Dwayne Bravo is set to return to West Indies colours. Read More


Atletico to face Real in Spanish Super Cup

09 January 2020

JEDDAH – Atletico Madrid pulled off a stunning turnaround to beat Barcelona 3-2 in an enthralling Spanish Super Cup tie in Saudi Arabia and book their place in the final of the revamped football competition where they will face Real Madrid. Read More


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