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Kellys rule the road

Kellys rule the road

Elite cyclists and brothers Jesse Kelly and Joshua Kelly along with Gregory Vanderpool took the three podium spots when the Barbados Cycling Union staged a 97k Road Race last Sunday. The event commenced and finished at Graeme Hall, Christ Church and took in areas along the ABC Highway through the Edwy Talma, Henry Forde and […]

Successful duathlon at Bushy Park

Successful duathlon at Bushy Park

The Barbados Federation of Island Triathletes (BFIT) concluded the first ever BFIT Bushy Park Duathlon on Sunday that consisted of two race categories: road bike (adult and youth, male and female) and mountain bike (adult and youth, male and female). The first time mini duathlon took place at the St Philip racetrack with BFIT hosting […]

Smith powers Vikings to win

Smith powers Vikings to win

Mohammad Nabi led a solid bowling display by Chittagong Vikings, who bowled out Barisal Bulls for 107 to seal a 78-run win in their 2016-17 Bangladesh Premier League clash in Chittagong. This came after half-centuries from Dwayne Smith and Shoaib Malik powered Chittagong to 185 for 5 after they opted to make first use of […]

OLYMPICS – Armstrong claims gold again

OLYMPICS – Armstrong claims gold again

American Kristin Armstrong made it three consecutive women’s Olympic time trial titles a day before her 43rd birthday – as Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara produced a master class to take the men’s title in Rio. Armstrong, the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 champion, powered to another gold medal with a time of 44min 26.42 to […]

Froome maintains lead

Froome maintains  lead

Britain’s Chris Froome won the stage-18 time trial to edge closer to winning his third Tour de France title Thursday. Team Sky’s Froome finished 21 seconds ahead of Dutchman Tom Dumoulin to win the hilly 17km stage in 30 minutes and 43 seconds, with Fabio Aru third. Froome, the 2013 and 2015 Tour winner, now […]

Sagan wins Tour de France 16th stage

Sagan wins Tour de France 16th stage

World champion Peter Sagan claimed his third 2016 Tour de France stage victory when he pipped Alexander Kristoff on the line at the end of the 16th stage, a 209-km ride from Moirans-en-Montagne today. Norway’s Kristoff (Katusha) celebrated after crossing the line, but it was Slovak Sagan (Tinkoff) who actually finished first after throwing his […]

Bajan Gems beat St Lucia

Bajan Gems beat St Lucia

The Bajan Gems are one game away from lifting the Caribbean Netball Association’s Jean Pierre Under-16 title for a second consecutive year. And that game was slated for tonight against perennial powerhouses Jamaica at the Netball Stadium.  Last night at the Netball Stadium, Barbados were ruthless in disposing of St Lucia 35-13 after leading at […]

Cycling silver lining

Cycling silver lining

Team Barbados did not capture the overall winners’ honours but on the final day of the Caribbean Elite Cycling Championship held over the weekend Jamol Eastmond captured the silver medal in the under-23 showdown. Speaking with Barbados TODAY at Bushy Park, St Philip yesterday after completing his race, Eastmond said he was rather pleased with […]

Reifer shines

Reifer shines

A classy 65 from captain Nico Reifer led Queen’s College to 129 for five on the first day of the Barbados Cricket Association’s Under-15 three-day final against Nicholls Baking Combermere at the Desmond Haynes Oval today. Combermere captain Zidane Clark won the toss and opted to bowl, a decision that favoured Queen’s College during the […]

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