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National cyclists medal in Junior championships

(Press Release) The National Junior Cycling Team pulled off a great performance at the Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships held over the weekend in Barbados. A...

Trinidad knock USA out of 2018 World Cup

The United States have been eliminated from World Cup contention, a shocking loss to Trinidad and Tobago ending the Americans' streak of seven straight appearances at...
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Antigua male Under-20 team captures bronze at youth tournament

The Antigua and Barbuda basketball team secured third place in the Under 20 Male Leeward Islands Basketball Tournament (LIBA) last evening as they beat Anguilla in...
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Kenny Jacobs is Mr Antigua 2017 (VIDEO/FULL RESULTS)

Kenny Jacobs, Sr. defended his crown to become this year's Mr. Antigua at last night's bodybuilding championships at the Multipurpose Cultural Center. Jacobs competed in the 4-man Heavy...

Funds raised at Charity Dinner for cricket development

The Antigua and Barbuda High Commission in London and the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority – UK Office in conjunction with the Lord Taverners...

Greatness of Usain Bolt burnished even with bittersweet final appearance

By Andy Bull (Guardian) This is how it ends then, with Usain Bolt face down on the track, 10 metres out from the finish line. Just...

Gatlin stuns Bolt to win 100m world title

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – American veteran Justin Gatlin was booed after he stunned Usain Bolt to win the 100m world title in London...

Alzarri Joseph is Sportsman of the Year 2016

https://youtu.be/_Gqs4evyUDk National, Leeward Islands, and West Indies cricketer Alzarri Joseph has been named Sportsman of the Year at the National Sports Awards tonight. The Sportswoman of...

Long jumper Sheldon Noble wins gold at Commonwealth Youth Games

Antiguan and Barbudan athlete Sheldon Noble jumped a distance of 7.64 meters to set a new personal best and to win gold at the Commonwealth...

PM Browne issues stinging criticism of Grenada PM

By Brenton Henry Prime Minister Gaston Browne has described Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell as having “a compulsive obsessive desire” to dissolve the West...

West Indies victory another step on a big ladder, says thrilled Law

West Indies head coach Stuart Law has hailed Sunday’s sensational win over India but cautioned it was just one step on a long road...

Antigua dominates regional cycling competition

Antiguan cyclist Jyme Bridges has won the OECS Cycling Competition 2017 held today in Dominica. Bridges accomplished the task after traversing a distance of over ninety miles....

India beat West Indies by 93 runs in third ODI in Antigua

India got the better of West Indies in the chase. They got off to a rocky start batting first. Ajinkya Rahane acted as the...

Gov’t revved up about power boat racing event

The government of Antigua & Barbuda has given “tentative” approval for a powerboat racing company to host an international event here next year. But first,...

Queen’s Baton arrives in Antigua tomorrow

The Antiguan and Barbuda leg of the Gold Coast 2018 Queen’s Baton Relay commences tomorrow. Local organisers are promising that of the 70 Commonwealth Nations...

Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association to host 2017 U-20 Male LIBA Tournament

The Antigua and Barbuda Basketball Association (ABBA) is pleased to announce that plans are currently underway to host the 2017 Under 20 Male Leeward...

All set from Antigua to Bermuda race on Friday

Following on from the "overwhelming success" of the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week, an impressive range of yachts from all over the world...

Lazy Dog crew wins top Sailing Week trophy

    The Lord Nelson Trophy for the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week has gone to Sergio Sagramoso's Puerto Rican Melges 32, Lazy Dog. Sergio Sagramoso...

BANKS UNDER FIFA PROBE

BANKS UNDER FIFA PROBE Caribbean football was facing further strife on Friday after the sport’s world governing body, FIFA, announced that its ethics committee had...

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