All eight venues selected for the ICC Cricket World Cup in West Indies in 2007 have been approved for their detailed stadium designs and operational plans.

Barbados has been chosen as the venue to host the final of the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup.

After all the talk and hype, the ICC snubbed a bid by the US to host matches during the 2007 Cricket World, amid concerns over security.

The latest round of inspections of candidates wanting to host matches during the Cricket World Cup 2007 has started this week.

Eleven countries have made bids to host a match in the Cricket World Cup 2007.

The 12 countries bidding to host matches during the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2007 must submit their formal bids this week.

The Bahamas has become the latest country to officially enter the race to stage matches during the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies.

Twelve countries have filed applications to host matches during the ICC Cricket World Cup West Indies 2007 - among them the US.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has got tough over monies owed from this year’s Cricket World Cup as it continues its compensation battle against rights partner the Global Cricket Corporation (GCC).

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has approved the membership of the board of directors of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 - the organisation that will run the competition to be hosted in the Caribbean.

Golf's European Seniors Tour will return to the Caribbean for the fourth successive year as the islands of Barbados and Tobago host the opening two events on the 2003 schedule.

Jack A. Warner has been re-elected president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF).

Sonny Hawkins, owner of the US-based Flying Tigers Supercat Offshore Powerboat Team has teamed up with UK-based executive Stewart Mison.

The West Indies may lose the 2007 World Cup because of poor playing facilities, former West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Pat Rousseau has said.

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has consulted lawyers and launched an investigation into the administration of an investment fund for players.

A TV rights row in the Caribbean could mean West Indies cricket fans may miss out on watching their team’s first Test match in Sri Lanka.

Former fast bowler Wes Hall is set to become the new president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).