• Under 18 Women’s GABBA get to finals

    Under 18 Women’s GABBA get to finals

    • July 28, 2018

    GABBA’s Under 18 women’s selection came back from behind in the first period, having gone down 15-9 to Moldova to retake the lead in the third quarter. Just seven points behind at half time having lost first quarter on points by 15-9 and the second by 15-14, the GABBA selection won on points in the

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  • GABBA’s women’s basketball beat Andorra

    GABBA’s women’s basketball beat Andorra

    • July 25, 2018

    Gibraltar’s U18 basketball ladies squad have recorded a convincing victory against host Andorra in their Group A match in the FIBA U18 European Championships Division C. The women’s team came out convincing winners by 64-34. They led from the start of the match with a 21-6 lead by the end of the first quarter. An

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  • Rock’s Bluefin anglers land 12 tonnes of tuna in three weeks

    Rock’s Bluefin anglers land 12 tonnes of tuna in three weeks

    • July 23, 2018

    Gibraltar’s sports fishermen caught 75 Bluefin tunas weighing a total of 12 tonnes in the space of just three weeks, including one enthusiast who caught over a tonne of the prized fish. Data released to the Chronicle by the Department of the Environment showed that 47 out of the 162 anglers licensed to fish for

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  • Gold and silver for Gibraltar in British Junior Rowing Championships

    Gold and silver for Gibraltar in British Junior Rowing Championships

    • July 22, 2018

    The Calpe Rowing Club crew bring back gold and silver from their participation in the British Rowing Junior Championships during the weekend. Also several victories in the minor finals held during the weekend. On Sunday the Calpe Rowing Club took gold when Julian Vinales and Jack Prior won the OJ18 double sculls Final A with

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  • Summer sports are plastic free

    Summer sports are plastic free

    • July 19, 2018

    Just two weeks after Environment Minister John Cortes announced at an Island Games reception a “plastics free 2019 Games”, the Gibraltar Government has followed up with what it called “a plastic water bottle free Summer Sports programme”. In keeping with the Government’s policy on single-use plastics, the GSLA will not be distributing water in plastic

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  • Nathan Payas completes 45.8km 20 Bridges Manhattan Island Swim

    Nathan Payas completes 45.8km 20 Bridges Manhattan Island Swim

    • July 15, 2018

    Gibraltarian swimmer Nathan Payas has completed the 20 Bridges Manhattan Island Swim, a 45.8km swim which completes his Triple Crown. He finished first with a time of 7:21:00.

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