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SAC No. 1 again
After the first day of the 2017 Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) Track and Field Championships on Wednesday, it appeared as if the Queen’s College Comets were in position to secure an unprecedented third straight title. ...
 
 
Bahamas under-16 water polo team off to a strong start in Florida
The under-16 boys water polo team representing The Bahamas in Florida this weekend at the South Florida International Tournament got off to a hot start yesterday, going a perfect 2-0 on the day. In the opener, the boys knocked off the YPRO water pol...
 
 
SAC storms ahead at BAISS
The St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine trailed the Queen’s College (QC) Comets by more than 50 points after the opening day of the 2017 Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) Track and Field Championships on Wedne...
 
 
Ayton looking to leave a strong legacy at Hillcrest
Bahamian DeAndre Ayton earned the top honor a high school basketball player in the United States of America (USA) could receive last month when he was named a McDonalds All-American. In a recent interview, Ayton said that he wants his time in high...
 
 
Wilson looking forward to IAAF World Championships
Coming off a breakout season last year, Bahamian high jumper Jamal Wilson looks to build on that and catapult himself to the top of the world rankings this season. His focus is on the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Wor...
 
 
The massacre set for this weekend
All signs point toward Montagu Bay this weekend, as sailing enthusiasts gather for the 30th Annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. The Campari Lady Nathalie will be going after its 17th victory in the series, looking to hold off some of the top ‘A...
 
 
Athletes get ready to ‘mix it up’ in The Bahamas
Organizers of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays Bahamas 2017 are hopeful that the newest feature on the schedule will garner a lot of interest, and create a lot of excitement, building on the momentum it gaine...
 
 
Comets pace themselves ahead of SAC
The Queen’s College Comets jumped out to an early lead yesterday, looking to win an unprecedented third straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) track and field title. The three-day championships got underway yesterday ...
 
 
‘Team Bahamas’ concept adopted for loaded spring calendar
The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture announced its spring sports schedule yesterday. According to the minister, Dr. Daniel Johnson, all of the teams competing this spring will compete under the theme “Team Bahamas – One goal. One voice. One...
 
 
BSG team turns in top performances at Manhattan Classic
The city of New York, otherwise known as ‘The Big Apple’, felt a big bite from a small squad of Bahamian gymnasts who competed in the 2017 Manhattan Classic at the end of January. The team, sponsored by Bahamas Star Gymnastics and Bahamas Gymnas...
 
 
Team Scotia spreads love to Special Olympics athletes
Scotiabank Bahamas Ltd. recently captured the hearts of Special Olympics Bahamas athletes, hosting their annual new year’s party for them at the Adventure Learning Centre. Over 100 Special Olympics athletes enjoyed an afternoon filled with activiti...
 
 
Force yourself!
Now when I awake each morning, after participating in a period of meditation thanking the Creator for another day on Planet Earth to pursue excellence in all I do, I get a glass of apple juice and write a couple of these “Time To Think” articles....
 
 
Taylor coming off season in Iraq
Former Norfolk State University (NSU) shooting guard D’Shon Taylor is back in the city that made him a collegiate star after spending the majority of 2016 playing professional basketball in Iraq. Last season Taylor suited up for Al Mina of the Ira...
 
 
Powerade to power cyclists for the 2017 Ride for Hope
This year, Ride for Hope Bahamas will be celebrating its 10th anniversary. Since its inception, the Ride for Hope charity cycling event has raised close to $3 million to aid cancer research, care and treatment here in The Bahamas. For the 10th anni...
 
 
Bahamas Roadmasters donates to the Bahamas Crisis Centre
The Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club (BRRC) became the latest benefactor of the Bahamas Crisis Centre, making a donation of $3,000 to that organization recently. The funds were part of the proceeds raised from the BRRC’s fourth Annual Bahamas Half...
 
 
Review team pleased with progress of CYG Bahamas 2017
With a project review team in town, along with executives from the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), the main item on the agenda was site visits for this summer’s Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG), and an overall review of the steps being taken by ...
 
 
Brazil, Paraguay and Ecuador qualify for FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup
Brazil, Paraguay and Ecuador are headed to The Bahamas, having secured their spots for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017. All three nations qualified at the CONMEBOL (South American Football Confederation) Qualifier Asunción in Paraguay o...
 
 
IAAF officials inspect Thomas A. Robinson stadium
Officials from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) conducted a walk-through of the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium last Thursday, inspecting the site where the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017 will be held. The global even...
 
 
Bahamian collegians in action at indoor meets
Some of the premier Bahamian track and field athletes had good showings at various meets around the United States this past weekend, as the collegiate indoor season continues. There were a number of personal bests at separate National Collegiate Ath...
 
 
Miller comes up big at the Millrose Games
Bahamian Shaunae Miller proved that there is absolutely no hangover whatsoever from her wedding two weekends ago. This past weekend, she breezed to victory in the women’s 300m at the Millrose Games at the Armory in Washington Heights, New York Cit...
 
 
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