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Last chance for Juniors to qualify

18 May 2010

Athletes who are hoping  to compete at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Junior Championships have less than one month to get in shape and impress the selectors for the July 2  to 4 meet in the Dominican Republic. Read More

New track, field records in Sealy Classic

18 May 2010

Two old records were broken, two new ones were set, and one was equalled as the curtain came down on the Tenth Austin Sealy Invitational Trac Classic last Sunday night at the National Stadium. Read More

Selectors keep Ramdin, Fletcher

18 May 2010

In spite of below-par displays in the just ended World Twenty20, both Denesh Ramdin and Andre Fletcher have been retained for the pair  of Twenty20 and  One-Day International matches against South Africa in Antigua. Read More

Bravo scores second ton

18 May 2010

DHAKA, Bangladesh  – Left-handed stroke-maker Darren Bravo carved out his second century in a week as West Indies "A" made a strong start to their four-day "Test" against Bangladesh "A" yesterday. Read More

Digicel Series itinerary

18 May 2010

Tomorrow: 1st Digicel T20 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua Read More

T20 to remember, says ICC chief

18 May 2010

The International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday praised its staff and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for a highly successful staging of the 2010 World Twenty20 Championships. Read More

Aussie women take crown

17 May 2010

THE THRILLING finish that was missing from the men’s ICC World Twenty20 final was provided for the women’s version last night. Read More


T20 triumph

17 May 2010

England, the county which invented the sport and hosted the first three World Cups, are proud holders of a global title for the first time. Read More

Sir Garry's innings

17 May 2010

Fast bowling giant Reverend Wes Hall opened the night  in inimitable style, describing  Sir Garry as the Moses of West Indies cricket. Read More

Swift by name and nature

17 May 2010

Sprint hurdler Greggmar Swift stunned the field to win the men’s 100 metres last Saturday night at the National Stadium during the staging of the 10th Austin Sealy Invitational Trac Classic. Read More

Simmons ends Pine slump

17 May 2010

SO MUCH FOR Ramon Simmons’ slump and any hopes Pinelands might fall into one. Read More

Collingwood praises his men

17 May 2010

A SPRINT among England teammates from the dug out to the middle to embrace captain Paul Collingwood told  the story. Read More

Forde misses out on medal

17 May 2010

Barbados’ top international cyclist, Barry Forde, did not medal in Friday’s sprint event at the 2010 Pan American Cycling Championships Read More

Gay breaks straight 200m record

17 May 2010

American sprinter Tyson Gay broke a 44-year-old world mark for the 200 meters on a straight track yesterday. Read More


15 May 2010

FOR THE second time in three years, the eyes and ears of the cricket world will be on Barbados and Kensington Oval. Read More

Obama rooting for LeBron

15 May 2010

WASHINGTON, DC – Include President Obama as another Chicago Bulls fan rooting for LeBron James to move to Chicago, Illinois. Read More

Jackson fires first Lakers salvo

15 May 2010

EL SEGUNDO, California – When the Los Angeles Lakers clinched a berth in the Western Conference finals on Monday, Lakers coach Phil Jackson had nothing but praise for his team’s upcoming opponents, the Phoenix Suns, saying that the Suns are playing their best basketball... Read More

Cavs shake-up looming

15 May 2010

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Cavaliers are keeping coach Mike Brown – for now.Team owner Dan Gilbert refuted a report on Friday that Brown had been fired. Read More

Aussie teen youngest to sail world

15 May 2010

SYDNEY – An Australian teen completed her around-the-world trek yesterday, becoming the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world after a seven-month journey. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: Aussies, Brits most worthy

15 May 2010

ONCE they hit the back straight, the feature event, for the ICC Twenty20 Trophy, was purely a two-horse race.After jostling for positions out of the stalls and overcoming a few minor bumps over the first furlong, the entrants in the green and gold and the red, white... Read More

Ruling on SA runner by July

15 May 2010

DOHA, Qatar – A solution to the controversy over the gender of South African runner Caster Semenya will be reached by the end of June, says president of the International Association of Athletics Federations, (IAAF) Lamine Diack. Read More


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