The Equestrian team was an inspiration for all after they won the TUG-O-WAR against much bigger competition. This battle came during the Opening Ceremony of the Barbados Independence Invitational Games over the weekend.

BiiG things officially happening

Pirates Cove on Baystreet was littered with Barbados’ National Federations as they gathered for the Opening Ceremony of the Barbados Independence Invitational Games on Saturday Afternoon.

Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley, gave the key address at the launch of the National Community Sports Training Programme at the Ministry’s office yesterday. From left: Youth Commissioner of St. George South, Deborah Thornhill; Principal Youth Development Officer, John Hollingsworth; Minister Lashley; and Shawn Burke, Youth Commissioner.


WITH a budget of $100 000 the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth is investing in the youth with the vision that the National Community Sports Training Programme will provide an avenue for them t

Brian Talma speaking with The Barbados Advocate about the elements of his book, ‘The Brain Smiles and Life Sings... The Last of the Bronze Class’.

Talma to launch his book soon

‘DE Action Man’ Brian Talma is getting ready to launch his book, which reflects the challenges he has had to face over the years as a professional athlete.

In the battle of the big men on the floor, Pearson Griffith of Warrens shoots over his opponent, Sydney Rowe of City United. He finished with 16 points in the 74-60 finals victory.

City United down one in BABA League Finals

City United Celtics looked to silence the doubters when they led the first quarter 18-27 against the Pan American International Insurance Warrens Sports Club, but the rest of the half did not go as


Barbados Advocate

Mailing Address:
Advocate Publishers (2000) Inc
Fontabelle, St. Michael, Barbados

Phone: (246) 467-2000
Fax: (246) 434-2020 / (246) 434-1000