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    July 03

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Alone at the top

07 July 2010

It was the middle Sunday at Wimbledon, the tournament’s traditional day off, and all the best players in men’s tennis were scattered around the All England Club’s practice courts. Read More


Estwick: Well done, lads

07 July 2010

AFTER establishing a programme that has made Combermere School the envy of school cricket teams in Barbados, former national fast bowler Roddy Estwick is preparing himself for a new challenge. Read More



07 July 2010

Young African boys are coached by Siyabonga Mbaleki (left) after school and learning how to head a football in Khayelitsha, South Africa yesterday. Read More


Netherlands turns on style, beats Uruguay 3-2

06 July 2010

The Netherlands turned on the style in the second half and reached its third World Cup final with a 3-2 victory over Uruguay. Read More


Weight loss

06 July 2010

Two-time Commonwealth senior weightlifting champion Ivorn McKnee has tested positive for a performance enhancing drug, and is facing a ban of up to four years from the sport. Read More



06 July 2010

After finishing at the top of Group 4 of the Americas Davis Cup tennis tournament in Panama on Saturday night, Barbados have secured promotion back to Group 3. Read More


Dames do it again

06 July 2010

WHAT A double delightful Sunday night for the Claytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame footballers at the National Stadium! Read More

We have to win

06 July 2010

Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk has warned his players not to underestimate Uruguay after beating World Cup favourite Brazil in the quarter-finals. Read More


Villa Spain's scoring ace

06 July 2010

After missing out on Spain’s European Championship victory two years ago, striker David Villa is getting his chance to face Germany at the World Cup. Read More


Husbands wins in sensational style

05 July 2010

TORONTO – Woodbine champion jockey Patrick Husbands produced a late surge to steer odds-on favourite Sensational Slam to capture the CAN$150 000 Clarendon Stakes at the celebrated Canadian racetrack last Saturday evening. Read More


Global workplace productivity not a World Cup goal

05 July 2010

Told they couldn't watch the World Cup on the job, Italian auto workers went on strike — conveniently, a half hour before game time. German companies set up office viewing areas to keep employees from defecting on game days. Read More


South American surprise Uruguay takes on Dutch

05 July 2010

The World Cup turned sour for South America in the quarterfinals. Only one team from the continent advanced — Uruguay, the least likely of all to make the final four. Read More

Ticket outrage

05 July 2010

JOHANNESBURG – Government agencies in South Africa have spent more than 110 million rand (BDS$28.2 million) on World Cup tickets Read More

Kaka was only 85 per cent fit, says doc

05 July 2010

RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil’s team doctor says Kaka was not fully fit to play at the World Cup. Read More


Dunga dumped

05 July 2010

RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil coach Dunga and all of his technical staff have been dismissed after the side’s quarter-final exit from the World Cup, Read More


Grand Nadal reigns supreme

05 July 2010

WIMBLEDON – Rafael Nadal swept Tomas Berdych in straight sets yesterday to win his second Wimbledon title and eighth Grand Slam championship. Read More

Third defeat for Windies 'A'

05 July 2010

WORCESTER – Kevin Stoute and Darren Bravo stroked half-centuries but West Indies "A" crashed to their third straight defeat Read More


Klose very confident

05 July 2010

ERASMIA – Miroslav Klose says a new generation of creative players can help Germany avenge their loss to Spain Read More

Swift, Mason strike CAC gold

05 July 2010

GREGGMAR SWIFT and Jerrad Mason won Barbados’ only gold medals yesterday to take the total to 15 (three gold, five silver, seven bronze) Read More

Swim team back with 53 medals

05 July 2010

"WE HAVE done above what was expected of us consistently, so give us our due rewards!" Read More

Lady Cavs swarm all over Bulls

05 July 2010

THERE WASN’T A WAR of words this time. Read More


Should Barbados be reopening the borders to commercial airlines as announced by the Prime Minister?