Sabreena Smith (right) from Barbados and Hamlima Nakacwa from Uganda in a battle for the ball during the third and final Netball game at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium on Sunday.

Barbados’ Shonica Wharton came off the bench and made an impressive impact inside the shooting circle.

Bajan Gems hammered by Uganda

THE Bajan Gems felt the full weight of an angry Uganda She Cranes team who took revenge for their second Test lost with a dominant performance in the third and final Netball Test at the Garfield So

President of the Barbados Karate Association, Paul Bernstein (left) and PRO Kevin Cox, speaking to the media about the 2018 IKD World Cup.

All eyes on us

Barbados is getting ready to host the 2018 International Karate Daigaku (IKD) World Cup, which is set for August 17-19 at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium.

Nathan Crawford-Wallis of Foundation jumped 1.89 in the Under-17 Boys’ High Jump to break the old record of 1.80.

Romancia Odwin from Foundation School throwing a distance of 31.76 in the Under-20 Girls’ Discus.

Sion Hill from Harrison College threw a record-breaking 62.33 in the Under-20 Boys’ Javelin to remove the old record of 56.50.

Charissa Moore of Harrison College winning the Under-20 Girls’ 800m.

Doubly crowned Foundation ups the ante

Christ Church Foundation School set the bar high yesterday after they took the double crown of the Esther Maynard Zonal Preliminaries of the 2018 Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Cham

Tania Applewhaite strides to the fastest qualifying time in the Under-11 Girls’ 100m of 14.48 seconds.

Hilltop’s Eboni Brathwaite broke the only record of the day with a throw of 46.96m, eclipsing the old Under-11 Girls’ Cricket Ball mark of 44.82.

St. Cyprian’s Boys’ Amari Forde had a battle in his division, but was able to clock the fastest time of the quarter-finals in the Under-13 Boys’ 100m Sprint after spreading his wings in the last 10m to pass Kevion Newton of Wesley Hall.

Top showcase at NAPSAC quarters

A full day at the quarter-finals at the 2018 National Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships yesterday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex yielded some special races between the top athletes of the

From left: Deputy Principal, Troy Phillips and Principal, Julia Beckles are all smiles as Tyrique Bailey-Edwards and Tia Spellen model the track and field uniforms donated by sponsors, Williams Industries, represented by Ronald Hinds, manager of Williams Metals.

Alleyne School receives boost ahead of start of BSSAC today

THE secondary school athletes will descend on the National Stadium today as the Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships (BSSAC) kicks off with the Esther Maynard Zone.


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