Due to the presence of the COVID-19 virus in Barbados, the AAB track season has come to a halt.
The AAB 2020 Season is off and running, athletes will be looking to qualify for Carifta 2020 which will be held in Bermuda.
There are three major championships left to qualify: Louis Lynch Championship, National Junior Championship and BSSAC. Continue to watch this space for the qualifying standards.
2020 is an Olympic Year and the new AAB Track and Field Season sets out on January 11th 2020 at 3:00pm with a Relay and Field Events Meet.
BROWNE’S BEACH RUN 12 OCTOBER 2019
Classes 1 & 2 Primary Schools Girls & Boys – 800m
Classes 3 & 4 Primary School Girls & Boys – 800m
First Formers Girls & Boys – 1000m
15 – 18 years Girls & Boys – 1000m
18+ years Women & Men – 1 Mile
Registration will be between 1- 2 pm on Race Day. Registration fee is $2
NO SEABATHING OR SWIIMMING WILL BE PERMITTED
The biggest weekend for track & field in Barbados gets under way this weekend on Friday, June 21st @ 6pm, and continues on Saturday, June 22nd @ 3pm and Sunday, June 23 @ 4pm. Click here for the event schedule.
Entry to the National Stadium on Friday is FREE! and on Saturday and Sunday $15 adults and $10 children (12&under).
Come and watch the best Barbadian athletes including World Championship Qualifiers Mario Burke, Jonathan Jones, Sade Williams, Shane Brathwaite, Greggmar Swift and all of our other local athletes.
Follow all results via our live results tab.
This weekend the Age Group Trials gets under way on Saturday June 15th at 4pm and continues on Sunday, June 16th at 3pm. The meet will feature the Under 13 and Under 15 combined events trial.
To apply for temporary membership of the AAB click here.
Read the temporary membership policy and submit the membership form.
An updated selection policy can be found under the standards tab.