TOP TWO FOR BARBADOS! It was a one-two finish for Barbados in the 11-12 Girls’ Aquathlon with Amelie Baker (right) and Adia Deane finishing first and second respectively as Day 1 of the CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon 2017 Championships started at the Aquatic Centre yesterday. Action continues today.

The first one across the line for Barbados was Edward van Anroojj. He was behind in the swim, but made up for it on the road and finished strong with a sprint to the finish line in 1:16:07.34 hours.

Fifth to exit the pool overall was Rebecca Lashley and though the bike ride was tough, she battled through to finish seventh among the girls in 1:26:33.27 hours.

Triple Gold for Barbados in Aquathlon

IN the last two events of Day 1 of the CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon 2017 Championships Amelie Baker, Niel Skinner and Ashley Weekes brought home the first golds for Barbados after outrunning the

BACK-TO-BACK CHAMPS: Pan American International Insurance Warrens Sports Club successfully defended their BABA First Division Knockout title to reign again as champions against a strong challenge from Police during the finals, which was held over the weekend at the Barbados Community College.

Once again Peter Alleyne led from the front with 21 points. On this play, he outran the defence down the floor, finishing silkily at the hoop.

A team-high 23 points was on the cards for Zahir Motara after hitting 3 treys in the first quarter.

Experienced Warrens lift back-to-back Knockout titles

Against a big and physical side like Police Sports Club, the asset of having experienced players with a high IQ for basketball was the winning factor for the Pan American International Insurance Wa


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