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New bowling champions crowned
Xynea Johnson and Lee Davis are the new bowling champions of The Bahamas. Over 80 bowlers entered to compete for the bowling crowns, when the season began on March 24. The win on Sunday gave Davis his fourth national title. It was the first one for ...
 
 
Wemco employees get physical
The Wemco Security Company recently celebrated its 14th anniversary with a week of activities that ended with a fun day last Saturday. Retired Police Inspector and former Director of Security at Bahamas Telecommunications Company Henry Wemyss founde...
 
 
Blake looking forward to IAAF World Relays
World champion in the 100m (meters) in 2011 Yohan Blake is looking forward to the inaugural IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2014. Jamaica’s Yohan Blake couldn’t defend his world sprint title last year in Moscow, having to miss the whole outdoor season...
 
 
Ibargüen: The queen of the triple jump in this region
The IAAF ‘Day in the Life’ Team will continue to bring feature stories of Caribbean athletes and athletics in this region of the world. Today’s focus is on Colombian female triple jumper, Caterine Ibargüen. MAYAGUEZ, Puerto Rico – World Cha...
 
 
Lundy honored by Saint John’s University
For over 150 years Saint John’s University in Minnesota, the United States has held a high standard as an academic institution, and is known for its remarkable sense of place and community. Throughout the years, Saint John’s has had alumni that ...
 
 
Flag football action heating up
The Bahamas Flag Football League is now in full swing, with teams finding their groove in the fifth week of action. Four of the seven games played last Sunday were decided in the last few minutes of regulation, and one even went into overtime. The ma...
 
 
Giants pull closer
The Commonwealth Bank Giants dug themselves into a deep hole by falling three games to the Mailboat Cybots, but they are slowing pulling themselves out of it. On Monday night, they defeated the Cybots 93-84 in game five of the New Providence Basketba...
 
 
Culson still looking for elusive global gold
The IAAF ‘Day in the Life’ Team will continue to bring feature stories of Caribbean athletes and athletics in this region of the world. Today’s focus is on Puerto Rican hurdler Javier Culson. PONCE, Puerto Rico – Since his coming out party j...
 
 
Governor general tells autistic kids that they are loved and important
It only took a small group of the estimated 35,000 Bahamian children with autism and other special needs a moment to steal the hearts of the Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes and Lady Foulkes in one of the most touching courtesy calls in the histor...
 
 
Nassau gymnasts impress in Florida
Nassau Gymnastics is one of the top gymnastics programs in the country. It has a lot of young gymnasts in a program that is constantly growing. One of the main focuses of the program is giving their athletes international exposure, so that they can g...
 
 
Top 50 camp could be groundbreaking
The Bahamas Top 50 camp could be the start of something groundbreaking in the country. For years, a camp of this nature has been talked about but never came into fruition until now. In a time when there are more Bahamians playing in the NCAA, and pr...
 
 
Building golf enthusiasm evident at par-3 course
It was a bridging of the eras in golf! The par-three extravaganza organized by the Bahamas Golf Federation (BGF) obviously served the purpose of President Craig Flowers and his executive colleagues. At the Blue Hill Complex on Saturday past, they ca...
 
 
School kids meet Breezy
School kids in the capital are to get a taste of life in the fast lane as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays races to The Bahamas. The official IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2014 mascot, “Breezy”, will visit s...
 
 
Giants stay alive
The Commonwealth Bank Giants have managed to keep their season alive, after capturing their first win in their series against the MailBoat Cybots, as the Giants defeated them 95-90 in game four of the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) fina...
 
 
Swim team looks to make a splash at CARIFTA
With just days remaining until The Bahamas national swim team competes in the 2014 CARIFTA Championships, things are looking positive for the club, and there are a lot of expectations for strong finishes. “The team has been doing real well. They a...
 
 
BPSU worried over safety of General Post Office staff
Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) President John Pinder expressed concern yesterday that employees at the General Post Office on East Hill Street are increasingly at risk at work despite the government’s pledge to relocate them. Pinder was conta...
 
 
Nassau Rowing Club participates in Miami Regatta
The Nassau Rowing Club (NRC) is raising the bar of the sport in the country. On April 10, the club participated in the 41st Annual Miami International Regatta, and made history once again by fielding the first female entry and the first sweep rowing ...
 
 
7th annual Pattie Johnson Basketball Tournament set for April 14
Coach Pattie Johnson has been an advocate of the promotion and development of women’s basketball for the past several years. Responsible for so many of today’s basketball careers, her work with countless young girls has paid off, and her name wi...
 
 
Cybots take 2-0 lead
Game two of the New Providence Basketball Association finals may be the best game every played on the island. Defending champions the MailBoat Cybots managed to defeat the Commonwealth Bank Giants 103-97. The Cybots came into the game with a 1-0 lea...
 
 
Deandre Ayton listed as best eighth grader in America
Deandre Ayton may not only be the best eighth grade basketball player in the world, but might be the best player in high school period. The six-foot-10-inch forward from Nassau currently attends Balboa City Prep School in San Diego, California, and ...
 
 
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