Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Bolt given Christmas deadline

Barbados Today:- Usain Bolt, just as he has in many seasons before a big championship while his illustrious career was still ongoing, is in a race against time. Bolt, the world record holder over 100 and 200 metres, needs to...
Antigua Observer:-  Former West Indies fast bowler and one of four knighted former cricketers here, Sir Andy Roberts, said he was not surprised by the resignation of Australian Stuart Law as coach of the senior men’s team. Cricket West Indies (CWI)...

Law resigns As West Indies Coach

ESPN:-  Stuart Law has resigned as West Indies’ head coach after less than two years on the job. The 49-year-old’s tenure will end following the tours to India in October and Bangladesh in November, after which he will move to...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AFP) — Cricket's governing body admitted the popularity of Twenty20 cricket has increased the risks of corruption in the game, but insisted extra vigilance was in place to monitor them. Ever since the Twenty20 was introduced...
BBC:-  Tiger Woods won the season-ending Tour Championship by two shots to claim his first victory in five years. The American, 42, shot a one-over 71 in Atlanta for his 80th PGA Tour title. It marks a remarkable return to the top...
Sporting News.com:-  Serena Williams has been lashed for her US Open final meltdown by world number 25 Barbora Strycova who rubbished the American's ''sexist'' claims against chair umpire Carlos Ramos. The former world number one was hit with three code...
As fallout continues from Saturday’s heated U.S. Open final that saw Naomi Osaka defeat Serena Williams in a match marred by conflict and controversy, tennis umpires are having their say. They’re not pleased with Williams or what they see as a lack of...
BBC:-  The U.S. Open finals umpire whom Serena Williams called “a thief” has been defended by tennis’ governing body. Williams, beaten in straight sets by Naomi Osaka, was docked a game for verbal abuse, having already had a point penalty for...
BBC:-  Serena Williams' claims of sexism in the US Open final have been backed by the governing body of women's tennis. WTA chief executive Steve Simon said the umpire showed Williams a different level of tolerance over Saturday's outbursts than if...
Sky News:-  Serena Williams has been fined more than £13,000 ($17,000) after receiving three code violations in the US Open. Williams lost her cool during the final on Saturday, launching a tirade against umpire Carlos Ramos, after getting a warning for coaching from...