Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce repeats as world sprint queen

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce repeats as world sprint queen

“I’m getting tired of 10.7s. I just want to put a good race together and hopefully in the next race I get the time I’m working for. I definitely think…

Warriors Cup set to return

By Carlena Knight The Warriors Cup is back after a one year absence. It will kick off this weekend at the Mackpond and John Hughes playing fields. The tournament is…

Jamaican athletes poised to pounce in Beijing

Jamaican athletes poised to pounce in Beijing

KINGSTON – Approximately 2,000 athletes from more than 200 nations are expected to compete in the Chinese capital over 10 days, starting August 21 and ending August 31 at the…

Steve Smith and David Warner battle for Australia at Oval

SYDNEY – England’s bowlers were made to toil on the opening day of the final Ashes Test as Australia lifted their hopes of a consolation win with an impressive batting…

4×100 squad depleted as Sorrillo, Telesford injured out

4×100 squad depleted as Sorrillo, Telesford injured out

PORT OF SPAIN – An already weakened men’s 4×100 metres relay squad has been dealt a double blow at the 2015 IAAF World Championships here in Beijing, China. Both Rondel…

ABTA names U-15 team

By Vanroy Burnes The Antigua and Barbuda Tennis Association has names a four member team for the Caribbean Development U-15 Championship. The team includes Seth Joseph and Aiden Fuller and,…

ABCA/Sir Riche Richardson U-15 Cricket bowls off September 18

ABCA/Sir Riche Richardson U-15 Cricket bowls off September 18

By Vanroy Burnes The Antigua & Barbuda Cricket Association (ABCA) in conjunction with Sir Richie Richardson U-15 Cricket development tournament bowls off on Friday, September 18. Matches will run until…

TNT Cyclists bailed out by TTCF

TNT Cyclists bailed out by TTCF

PORT OF SPAIN – The Trinidad and Tobago cyclists have been given their much need lifeline according to president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation (TTCF) Robert Farrier on…

Antiguan Kwame Joseph makes strong impression in Canada

Antiguan Kwame Joseph makes strong impression in Canada

By Vanroy Burnes Antigua and Barbuda youngest international jockey is Kwame Joseph; he is making strong impressions in Canada. The 17 year-old Jockey is currently riding at the Northlands Park…

Smith predicting some fireworks in Beijing

Smith predicting some fireworks in Beijing

HAMILTON – Tyrone Smith said he is jumping with more confidence than ever as he looks to continue his impressive season at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. Smith is…