Brittons Hill United turned their fortunes around in fine style after getting off to a hard start in the Barbados Football Association’s Premier League.
THE ties between Barbados and Japan have now been strengthened via the Signing of a Memorandum of Co-operation on Sports, between the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth here and the Ministry of
It was a Trifecta for Christ Church Foundation School when they won their third consecutive BSSAC Girls’ title at the National Stadium yesterday, all be it shared with St. Michael’s.
The St. Michael School Cougars are the double crown champions of the Barbados Secondary Schools' Athletics Championships, successfully defending their Boys' title and sharing the Girls' with Christ Church Foundation School.
WITH everyone standing almost trackside, an epic battle for the Girls’ title went down to the last girls’ relay of the day with two points separating first and second place.
Mary Fraser of Daryll Jordan Secondary and Layla Haynes of Harrison College started the spikes turning in the Girls’ Open 3000m, in what was a day of top class performances on Day 1 of the Finals
National and Caribbean Senior Squash Champion, Meagan Best will be the athlete to bear the ‘Broken Trident’ during the opening ceremony of the 21st Commonwealth Games when the event gets under way