Winners of the opening round of the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) 2012 MudDogs Safari Championship back in March, Chris Armstrong and Wayne Clarke (Toyota Hilux), added a second victory to their tally on Sunday (September 16), when they defeated all-comers - and the elements - in the Shelbury Construction September Safari.

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With three rounds to run in the 2012 Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Virgin Atlantic Driver¹s and Class Championships, the chase for the Champion Driver title is far from over. While Modified 7 leader Daryl Clarke (Honda Civic) is hot favourite to win the Overall title, thanks to a perfect score so far, battle resumes on Sunday (September 23) with

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(James Johnson) - Champion of the 29th United Insurance Barbados Open , James Johnson (centre)accepted the winners trophy from David Alleyne (Chief Operating Officer) of United Insurance and Hadley Byer (right), President of the BGA.

(Hall and stollmeyer) - Chief Executive of United

It's off to another exciting season as the LIME Pelican Football Challenge gets underway at the Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Barbados.
Come and see the best of the best as they  vie for the challenge which climaxes on the 30 November 2012. The most valuable player will receive $10,000 in cash.
The LIME Pelican Football Challenge

Shelbury Construction September Safari runs off on Sunday

 

The total number of participants in the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) 2012 MudDogs Safari Championship and the Chefette MudDogs Safari Novice Championship is fast approaching 100, with six new names included on the entry list published today for Sunday¹s (September 16)

After a three-month summer break, the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) off-roaders are fettling their machines in readiness to rejoin battle in the MudDogs Safari Championship and the Chefette MudDogs Safari Novice Championship. The fourth of five rounds for the season is the September Safari on Sunday, September 16.

  With two rounds to go

The Barbados National Rugby Sevens team recently won the Bowl trophy at the 2013 Rugby World Cup qualifiers held in Ottawa, Canada on August 25th-26th.  

The Bajans started fast with consecutive 19-12 wins over the number one and two seeds in the Caribbean/Mexico region, Guyana and the Cayman Islands respectively.  These historic wins

BARBADOS IS SMALL, BUT BIG IN MOTOR SPORT

 

Despite being a tiny island in the Caribbean, Barbados has a secure future in world motor sport. So says Jean Todt, the President of the sport¹s world governing body, the Federation Internationale de l¹Automobile (FIA), whose remarks came during a recent visit to the island as part of

Please be advised that the RACEDAY of AUGUST 25, 2012 are postponed until SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 due to the Jockeys opting not to ride.
 

The two fastest men in Barbados are set for a classic showdown when they go head-to-head during the Digicel Williams Seaboard Marine International Race Meet at Bushy Park on September 1/2. While both Roger Mayers and Stuart Williams will be representing their country in round two of the 2012 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship

The Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) is sending a 10-strong team to contest the Digicel Williams Seaboard Marine International Race Meet at Bushy Park on September 1/2. Andrew King and Paul Vieira will race in the second round of the 2012 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), facing competitors from the

Congrats To Lady Williams on her United Insurance Barbados Derby winner yesterday - Bandera Belle ridden by Renaldo Cumberbatch! From all accounts it was an exciting finish with Summer Time just being pipped at the post.

Jamaica, which last won the Country title in the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship in 2008, is looking to build on its impressive start to this year’s campaign when the Barbados Auto Racing League (BARL) stages the Digicel Williams Seaboard Marine International Race Meet at Bushy Park on September 1/2.
  After a strong

The island¹s motor sport volunteers have been praised by competitors and organisers this week, following last Saturday¹s (August 11) Barbados Rally Club Summer Nights Tarmac Stages, which was run in worsening conditions in the north of the island. Despite the Club¹s best efforts, the event was abandoned after four of the six planned stages.

Bushy Park outright lap record-holder Stuart Williams will lead a five-man home team into action when the Barbados Auto Racing League (BARL) stages the Digicel Williams Seaboard Marine International Race Meet on September 1/2. They will face drivers from Guyana, Jamaica and – for the first time at Bushy Park – the Cayman Islands.
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Leading contenders chase Virgin Atlantic Championship points
All the star players in the battle for the prestigious title Champion Driver in the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) Virgin Atlantic Championship are in action this weekend. Nearly 30 crews are listed on the provisional running order for the BRC Summer Nights Tarmac Stages, which

Preparations are in full swing for the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) Summer Nights Tarmac Stages on Saturday, August 11, which brings to an end the two-month break in the Virgin Atlantic Driver¹s and Class Championships . .

. and every point counts for Championship contenders, as the season approaches its climax.

  Entries open

Our School U17 rugby team is coming to play in  Barbados in July. The School was founded in 1379 in the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul in Wisbech. The School has since moved to The North Brink in Wisbech. One of our Old Boys is Thomas Clarkson. The School is for boys and girls age 4 to 18. Both the boys and girls play Rugby. This is the

Leslie Alleyne claimed a record-equalling fifth victory in the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) longest-standing event, when he won the Sol Go Further 55th Anniversary June Safari at the weekend (June 23/24). Meanwhile, his Navigator in the Simpson Motors Isuzu D-Max, Chris O’Neal, added the 69th name to the roll of honour of the region’s oldest

The Sol Group has expanded its partnership with the Barbados Rally Club (BRC), just days after the record-breaking success of Sol Rally Barbados. During a well-attended product launch this evening (June 21), it was confirmed that this weekend’s running of the Club’s longest-standing event will be titled the Sol Go Further 55th Anniversary June

With the dust barely settled after the record-breaking success of last weekend¹s Sol Rally Barbados 2012, the Barbados Rally Club¹s (BRC) blue riband event, preparations are in high gear for the 55th Anniversary June Safari. Taking the Club right back to its roots in navigational rallying, the event runs off over the weekend of June 23/24.

At his fifth attempt, former UK National Rally Champion Paul Bird finally won Sol Rally Barbados at the weekend (June 9/10), describing the experience as ³the hardest and probably the best I¹ve ever driven since I started rallying.² With a record 99 crews from 15 nations participating in the Caribbean¹s biggest annual motor sport International

Key to nationalities (competitor from Barbados unless shown): ENG ­ England; IRL ­ Republic of Ireland; JAM ­ Jamaica; NED ­ The Netherlands; NIR ­ Northern Ireland; RSA ­ South Africa; SCO ­ Scotland; WAL ­ Wales

 

1st Paul Bird - ENG/Kirsty Riddick ­ SCO (M8-WRC Frank Bird Poultry/Fuchs-Silkolene Ford Focus WRC08), 1m 02m 50.

Barbados Rugby Football Union,

Barbados Olympic Association Headquarters

Garfield Sobers Complex, Wildey, St. Michael, Barbados

 
 

The Historic Garrison Savannah will come alive with vigorous rugby action in mid-July, as the Barbados Rugby Football Union plays host to several teams from the United Kingdom

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