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Hutson strikes gold for Barbados

05 July 2019

Shanice Hutson struck gold for Barbados in the opening session of the North America, Central America and Caribbean Under-18 Championships in Queretaro, Mexico. Read More


Sprint double for Jackson

24 June 2019

THERE WERE a few sparks but no real fireworks as no-one blazed the track at the National Stadium on Sunday night’s low-keyed finale of the National Athletics Championships. 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


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


World Relays out

03 May 2019

Barbados’ silver medal team from the last International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays will not be taking part this year. Read More


Burke stands alone

02 May 2019

THREE-TIME national champion Mario Burke was simply super last weekend in the United States with a historic milestone at the prestigious Penn Relays in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Read More


All systems go for Carifta

19 April 2019

OVER 500 athletes from more than 20 Caribbean territories have assembled in Grand Cayman for the 48th edition of the annual CARIFTA Games starting tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Read More


BSSAC 2019:Frank Blackman Zone Day One

12 March 2019

These are the official results from the first day of the Frank Blackman Zone, Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools' Athletics Championships (BSSAC) held today at the National Stadium. Read More


‘Train’run makes the mark

12 March 2019

THE TRAIN is back on track and will be Cayman Islands-bound on a new CARIFTA Games journey next month. Read More


BSSAC ‘safe’

11 March 2019

THE Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary Schools (BAPPSS) has taken every step to ensure the safety of fans coming to the roofless National Stadium for today’s start of the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships (BSSAC). Read More


Cadogan gets all-clear

26 February 2019

LEVI CADOGAN, one of this country’s fastest men and a member of the Barbados team at the 2016 Rio Olympics, has been cleared to run in July. His appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland, was partially upheld last week Wednesday... Read More


CAC 'honours'

19 July 2018

UNITED STATES-based athletes Charles Greaves and Anderson Devonish have been rewarded for outstanding collegiate seasons with selection in the 15-man Barbados track and field team for the forthcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games slated for Colombia from... Read More


Farah beaten in final race on track

13 August 2017

LONDON – Mo Farah’s aura of invincibility after six years of unrelenting success was finally cracked in his very last major track race on Saturday as he lost his world 5 000 metres title to Ethiopia’s Muktar Edris. Seeking a fitting end to his matchless long-distance... Read More


Sixth for Shane, gold for McLeod

07 August 2017

LONDON – Shane Brathwaite finished sixth in the men’s 110 metres hurdles at the World Athletics Championships on Monday. Brathwaite was among four people lunging to the finish line to try to capture bronze at the London Olympic Stadium, eventually clocking 13.32... Read More


Belle and Ellis Jr out of running at World Champs

07 August 2017

BURKHEART ELLIS JR and Tia-Adana Belle both missed the cut in their respective events at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in London. Ellis Jr was seventh in his 200 metres heat in 20.99 seconds while Belle was timed at 58.82 in the women’s 400m hurdles, also... Read More


Shane books spot in hurdles final

06 August 2017

LONDON – Barbadian Shane Brathwaite is through to the finals of the men’s 110 metres hurdles at the IAAF World Athletics Championships. Earlier today, Brathwaite won the second of three semi-finals in a season’s best 13.26 seconds. He will line up in lane 7 at... Read More


Burke and Gittens out of 100 metres

04 August 2017

NEITHER RAMON GITTENS nor Mario Burke made it to the semi-finals of the men’s 100 metres at the IAAF World Championships in London. Gittens had the better chance as one of four runners with 10.24 seconds, but missed the cut on split seconds. Burke clocked 10.42... Read More


Gittens and Burke on to heats

04 August 2017

BARBADOS’ TWO SPRINTERS have advanced to the heats of the men’s 100 metres at the IAAF World Championships in London. Ramon Gittens and Mario Burke, both late additions to the individual event, did just enough to reach the next round. Competing at the London Stadium... Read More


Gittens, Burke for starters

04 August 2017

THE LAST TWO men in will be the first ones up. Top sprinters Ramon Gittens and Mario Burke are set to jump the gun for Barbados’ efforts at the IAAF World Championships around 2 p.m. when they contest the preliminaries, and hopefully the next round, of the men’s... Read More


de Grasse to miss Worlds

03 August 2017

ANDRE DE GRASSE, the triple Olympic sprint medallist, has pulled out of the World Athletics Championships in London with injury, boosting Usain Bolt’s chances of a golden swansong. The Canadian was expected to be Bolt’s main rival for his 100 metres crown in the... Read More


Still ‘not a cent’ from NSC

22 July 2017

BARBADOS’ medal–winning effort at the World Relays may all be for naught. The men’s 4x100 relay squad and Barbados’ other IAAF World Championships qualifiers could be missing from the London line-up next month, as the National Sports Council (NSC) is still to provide... Read More


Is enough done to mark Emancipation Day in Barbados?