Cyclists Set for Tour of Tobago

 A major Caribbean race By the Caribbean Journal staff More than 300 cyclists from around the world are heading to Tobago next week for the Tobago International Cycling Classic, including the “Tour of Tobago.” The wider event, which begins Sept. ... [ Read More ]


The Best Caribbean Tennis Resorts

 Where to play tennis in the Caribbean If watching the U.S. Open makes you want to brush up on your backhand, check out these Caribbean resorts where the tennis programs are ace. One Love! Curtain Bluff, Antigua This venerable all-inclusive’s ... [ Read More ]


Usain Bolt Tops Justin Gatlin Again to Take 200M World Championship Gold

 Bolt takes home another gold By the Caribbean Journal staff It was more of the same for Usain Bolt. After his impressive photo-finish victory over America’s Justin Gatlin this weekend, Jamaica’s Bolt topped Galtin again, taking gold in the 200M at ... [ Read More ]



 Above: the Soca Warriors in action By the Caribbean Journal staff The Soca Warriors are on top of the Caribbean. Trinidad and Tobago’s national football team sits atop the region in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, which was released this ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Usain Bolt By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt will be competing at the upcoming IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas in May, the local organizing committee said Tuesday. The Jamaican Athletics Administrative Association confirmed that Bolt would be ... [ Read More ]


 Above: the soon-to-open course in Nassau By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the world’s leading golf course brands is coming to the Bahamas. The PGA Tour’s TPC Network has partnered with Baha Mar to announce TPC at Baha Mar, ... [ Read More ]


 Above: the groundbreaking last week (BIS Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas has officially broken ground on a national baseball stadium. The Andre Rodgers National Baseball stadium, named for the first Bahamian to make the Major Leagues, will ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Trinidadian Olympic Gold Medalist Keshorn Walcott By the Caribbean Journal staff Is it time for the Caribbean to host its own version of the Olympics? The idea is the “Caribbean Games,” which would pit the region’s countries against one ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Antoan Richardson By the Caribbean Journal staff Nassau, Bahamas-born outfielder Antoan Richardson is back in Major League Baseball, and this time for the league’s preeminent franchise: the New York Yankees, aka the Bronx Bombers. Richardson made news when he ... [ Read More ]


 COULD THE Caribbean ever host a World Cup? Why not? Earlier this year, Caribbean Journal contributor Ilio Durandis put forth the idea that Haiti could one day host the World Cup. But that got us thinking — what about the ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Costa Rica’s footballers in action By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean Basin is taking this World Cup by storm. Following Colombia’s thrilling victory over Cote d’Ivoire on Thursday, Costa Rica continued its surprising run, beating heavily-favoured Italy 1-0 ... [ Read More ]


 THERE AREN’T any teams from the traditional Caribbean in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil (although there are several from the wider Caribbean Basin), but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a strong Caribbean contingent. From powerhouses like the Netherlands and ... [ Read More ]


 Above: the Estadio Mineirao in Brazil By the Caribbean Journal staff Colombia defeated Greece, 2-0, on Saturday in its opening match at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Colombia quickly got on the board when Pablo Armero scored in the ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Grenada’s National Cricket Stadium By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada will be hosting the opening games of the second season of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League cricket tournament. The tournament’s opening matches will be hosted at Grenada’s National Cricket ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Robinson Cano By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean seems to be taking over the baseball world. From David Ortiz’s postseason heroics to the rookie-season surge of Yasiel Puig, the region continues its rise as perhaps the single-greatest source ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Victoria Duval By Alexander Britell KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. — Haitian-American tennis star Victoria Duval lost her first-round match at the Sony Open on Wednesday in straight sets. Duval fell 7-6, 6-1 to 22-year-old Netherlands native Kiki Bertens, who is ... [ Read More ]


 Above: the Gitam BBDO Ad By the Caribbean Journal staff A recently-released print advertisement for Mini Cooper imagined a “mini” Usain Bolt. The advertisement, meant to imply the pocked-sized speed of the Mini Cooper S automobile, was produced by advertising ... [ Read More ]


 Above: St John’s Jasmine Campbell at Sochi By the Caribbean Journal staff The Jamaican bobsleigh team received much of the publicity, but a number of skiers representing Caribbean nations made their mark at the Sochi Olympics. So how did they ... [ Read More ]