Sports in Barbados
Sixteen-year-old Shaquan Belle, who represented Barbados on the victorious national under-17 cricket team in the just concluded Cricket West Indies Rising Under-17 Championships in Trinidad
Four under-20 athletes were selected to represent Barbados at the Pan American Under-20 Championships in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico this weekend.
Sada Williams became the first track and field athlete from Barbados to book their ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
Zachary Burke of Barbados earned the highest amount of individual points from nine gold medals and one bronze in the male division at the just concluded Aquatic Centre Invitational Swimming Championships, which was held at the Wildey Aquatic Centre.
Two junior wrestlers of Barbados competed at the 2023 United States of America National Beach Wrestling Championship at Carolina Beach, North Carolina, over the weekend.
The Barbados senior men's national football team will face Caribbean neighbours Trinidad & Tobago, Dominican Republic and Montserrat after being drawn in Group B of League B for the 2023/2024 Concacaf Nations League (CNL) tournament.
The Barbados Federation of Island Triathletes have listed a number of their athletes who have already met the qualifying standards for the 2023 CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships which are scheduled for August in The Bahamas.
Barbados Children Directory outlined the profile of seven years old- Kamal Martindale, who wrote a series of books about the sports he loves and plays.
Springer Memorial School secured victory in the girls’ division of the Shane Brathwaite zone of Secondary Schools Athletic Championships (BSSAC) and to Harrison College who won in the boys’ division.
Ten-year-old Miracle Dacosta of Barbados is a budding young athlete who has her eyes on the bigger picture and she plans to represent her country in the future.
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