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Netball World Youth Cup set back

30 July 2020

Barbados was among three other Caribbean countries receiving the bad news on Tuesday night from the International Netball Federation (INF) that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Netball World Youth Cup will no longer take place in June 2021. Read More


No selection regrets for West Indies

29 July 2020

MANCHESTER – Captain Jason Holder said West Indies had no regrets about keeping almost the same team throughout a physically-demanding three-test cricket series against England although some of his side were suffering from mental fatigue at the end. Read More


Tridents start CPL against Patriots

28 July 2020

Barbados Tridents, the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) champions, will start their title defence against the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on August 18 at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. Read More


Broad takes 500th wicket as England defeat West Indies

28 July 2020

Manchester- Stuart Broad grabbed his 500th test wicket to set England on their way to a resounding 269 run win over West Indies in the third and final test at Old Trafford on Tuesday. Read More


Klopp wins LMA manager of the year award

28 July 2020

LONDON – Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp was named League Managers’ Association (LMA) manager of the year on Monday after guiding the Merseyside club to their first top-flight title in 30 years. Read More


Rookies told to keep on winning

28 July 2020

Rookie drivers have been urged to keep on winning in an effort to keep motor sport alive in Barbados. Read More


Some rain predicted for test match Tuesday

28 July 2020

MANCHESTER – Play on the fourth day of the third and final cricket test between England and West Indies at Old Trafford on Monday was abandoned without a ball being bowled because of persistent rain. Read More


Tokyo Olympic venues open to public

27 July 2020

Tokyo - Tokyo Olympics venues that would have been packed with the world’s top athletes and supporters but for the coronavirus pandemic are now being opened up for use by sporting federations and the public. Read More


Osborne on board for Games

27 July 2020

President of the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) Sandra Osborne is now a director on the board of the Commonwealth Games slated for Birmingham, England in 2022. Read More


No Formula One races in the Americas this season

26 July 2020

The cancellation of the U.S. Grand Prix is a big loss for Texas but Austin’s Circuit of the Americas will aim to attract more fans next year, promoter Bobby Epstein said on Friday after Formula One’s announcement. Read More


England in control of decider

26 July 2020

MANCHESTER – Stuart Broad smashed a swashbuckling half century off just 33 balls before grabbing two wickets to put England in control of the third and deciding cricket test against West Indies on Saturday. Read More


Tridents target Gold Cup

26 July 2020

A maiden appearance at the region’s biggest football tournament is the No.1 target for the Barbados senior men’s team once international play resumes. Read More


Premier League season starting in September

25 July 2020

The 2020-21 English Premier League season will begin on September 12 and the final round of matches will be held on May 23, the league announced on Friday. Read More


Tyson to fight Jones Jr in exhibition bout

24 July 2020

Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will make a much anticipated return to the ring when he faces four-division world champion Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout on September 12, Triller, the virtual social media and music platform, said on Thursday. Read More


West Brom back in Premier League

23 July 2020

MANCHESTER, England – West Bromwich Albion won promotion back to the Premier League after a two-year absence, joining Leeds United in the top flight next season after a 2-2 home draw with Queens Park Rangers in a dramatic finale to the Championship season on Wednesday.... Read More


Rookie wins Sol prizes at AutoCross

23 July 2020

Liam Rondon and Ramon Moore drove away with the rookie prizes as drivers disposed of Round Two of the 2020 Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) Autocross Championship at Bushy Park at the weekend. Read More


Bowlers likely to remain the same

23 July 2020

The West Indies four-pronged bowling attack could remain unchanged for the final Test in the historic biosecure series against England which starts tomorrow at the Emirates, Old Trafford. Read More


Hamilton, Mercedes on another level

22 July 2020

LONDON – Lewis Hamilton leads the Formula One world championship after three races and Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas already looks like the only man who can deny the Briton a record-equalling seventh title. Read More


Barbados set for online Olympiad

22 July 2020

Barbados is among 163 countries set to compete at the inaugural FIDE Online Chess Olympiad. Read More


Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup postponed

21 July 2020

DUBAI – This year’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia became a high-profile casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday after the sport’s governing International Cricket Council (ICC) postponed the tournament scheduled for October-November. Read More


WI low on Hope

21 July 2020

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons says he is worried about the struggling form of top-order batsman Shai Hope. Read More


Should Government provide back-to-school assistance for parents who lost their jobs because of COVID-19?