The Barbados National Junior Championships takes place from Friday, March 1st – Sunday, March 3rd. The field events take place across 3 locations: Combemere School, National Stadium and Coleridge and Parry, while the track events take place at St. George Secondary School.
The Athletics Association of Barbados (AAB) welcomes a new president. H.E. Noel Lynch takes over the leadership of the AAB from long serving president Catherine Jordan. The AAB thanks Ms. Jordan for her years of service to athletics in Barbados.
The new Board of the AAB is as follows:
President – H.E. Noel Lynch
1st Vice President – Andre Procope
2nd Vice President – Dr. June Caddle
Secretary – Renee Layne
Asst. Secretary – Ayesha Maycock
Treasurer – Trevor Welch
Asst. Treasurer – Wendel Mason
Directors – Dorian Best and Catherine Jordan
The AAB website was experiencing some challenges and therefore was not being updated. However, those challenges have now been rectified by our service providers and the AAB Website will be updated as soon as possible.
Early registration for the 2023-2024 season runs from 1st October – 31st December 2023. Registration is online via the AAB Website under the registration tab.
Age Group Trials 1 runs from Saturday, May 13th – Sunday, May 14th at the Usain Bolt Complex beginning at 3:00pm each day. There will also be events for senior athletes.
The Age Group Trials are in preparation for the NACAC Age Group Championships which will be held in the Dominican Republic from July 15th – 16th.
We are at the halfway stage of the 2023 season and the juniors will be heating up the track and field from March 10-12. The National Junior Championships get under way this weekend at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.
Happy New Year!
The 2023 track & field season starts January 14th 2023 at 3:00pm at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex with the New Year’s Classic
The Cross Country Series gets on the way next Saturday, October 22nd 2022 at St. George Secondary School beginning at 3:00pm