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    May 26

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Hinds hoping for bigger Throwdown

02 May 2020

Postponing the Barbados Ninja Throwdown to 2021 could see the event becoming a greater attraction. Read More


Table tennis champs recharging

02 May 2020

For several years they conquered many an opponent on the tennis tables, now like all of us, Anthonette Riley and Mark Dowell are up against a more treacherous adversary in what is shaping up to be a prolonged battle. Read More


Skeete gets stint at US college

30 April 2020

One of Barbados’ most promising junior national footballers has scored a big goal. Read More


Cyclist Howard struggling to stay motivated

29 April 2020

Promising cyclist Dominic Howard is in limbo. Read More


Riviera staying upbeat

29 April 2020

National women’s badminton champion Monyata Riviera is staying positive through the national shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read More


Gayle smashes Sarwan

29 April 2020

KINGSTON – West Indies legend Chris Gayle pulled no punches as he tore into former teammate Ramnaresh Sarwan in a three-part video on YouTube on Monday, blaming him for his fallout with the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) outfit Jamaica Tallawahs. Read More


Hamilton feeling ‘void’ of no races

28 April 2020

Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has said he misses competing every day and the lack of races this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic had left a “big void” in his life. Read More


No comparison!

27 April 2020

Don't make comparisons between the current cricketers and those of yesteryear as the eras are different while the rules of the game have changed. Read More


BOA not cutting athletes’ funding

27 April 2020

Barbados’ top athletes will not have to worry about losing funding because of the coronavirus outbreak. Read More


Tough for Murray to win another Grand Slam

26 April 2020

London – The extended lockdown of tennis will help Andy Murray’s return from injury but it will be “a big ask” for him to add to his three Grand Slam titles, according to former British No.1 Greg Rusedski. Read More


Virtual drug testing trial for US athletes

26 April 2020

New York – A group of American athletes will provide samples for drug-testing in a “virtual session” as part of a “unique” programme being trialled by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (Usada). Read More


West Indies tour to England postponed

26 April 2020

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have agreed to postpone the three-Test series between the two senior men's teams. Read More


Campbell out to make good

25 April 2020

Modified 3 driver Justin Campbell has not yet closed the post-mortem on his team’s trying performance in last year’s Sol Rally Barbados but he is looking forward to doing much better should this year’s event go ahead. Read More


Joseph saddling winners at Gulfstream

25 April 2020

HALLANDALE BEACH, Florida – Talented Barbadian trainer Saffie Joseph Jr continued his battle for the lead at Gulfstream Park, notching a single winner on Thursday to be tied at the top of the standings in the early stages of the summer meet. Read More


No coronavirus pay cuts at Chelsea

25 April 2020

LONDON – Chelsea’s first-team players are not taking pay cuts or contributing towards the club financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the club said in a statement on Saturday. Read More


Wilander backs tennis rebrand

24 April 2020

LONDON – Seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander has thrown his support behind Roger Federer’s suggestion that the men’s ATP Tour and women’s WTA Tour could merge. Read More


ICC still planning for World Cups

24 April 2020

Planning for this year’s men’s Twenty20 World Cup and next year’s women’s 50-over World Cup is going ahead even though cricket remains suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday. Read More


Craigwell: Netball will rebound

24 April 2020

Netball, like all other sports, is facing a period of uncertainty but president of the Barbados Netball Association, Nisha Craigwell, is confident that once the COVID-19 crisis is over the sport will rebound even stronger. Read More


No pro shows for Morgan

22 April 2020

Body fitness pro athlete Ramona Morgan was looking forward to a productive year, but like many athletes across the globe, the coronavirus pandemic has forced her to stay put. Read More


Chris Gayle joins Zouks

22 April 2020

The St Lucia Zouks have signed Chris Gayle as their marquee player for the 2020 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Read More


Jones floored by funding woes

21 April 2020

Long before the coronavirus pandemic brought sports around the world to a halt, elite boxer Ajayi Jones experienced a blow due to lack of funding. Read More


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