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Gardiner, Cox, Albury miss 200m final at world juniors
The tall and talented Steven Gardiner, the Moore’s Island product who came out of nowhere, ended his season as the 12th best junior half-lapper in the world. Running at the 15th International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Ju...
 
 
Burrows through to semis; four others out in first round
The Bahamas competed in swimming and judo on the first day of competition at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, and unfortunately, none of the five athletes in action advanced. In judo, the brother and sister duo of D’Arcy and Cynth...
 
 
Team Bahamas Area fails in its bid to reach Little League World Series
Team Bahamas Area (New Providence) was perfect through three games of the Caribbean Little League Regional Baseball Tournament in Freeport, Grand Bahama, but once you reach the medal rounds, there is no room for error. Unfortunately, the team came u...
 
 
The Bahamas out-matched by Bermuda at CFU qualifier
The Bahamas’ under-17 boys national soccer team got trampled by Bermuda late Wednesday evening, and are now in danger of not advancing further through the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) qualifying process. The Bahamas lost 4-0 to Bermuda in th...
 
 
Top 50 Basketball Camp underway at D.W. Davis
The Bahamas Global Sports Foundation’s NCAA Bahamas Top 50 Basketball Camp and the 2014 International Coaches Clinic tips off on New Providence this week featuring some of the top basketball coaches in the United States of America (USA) and The Bah...
 
 
Arianna leads The Bahamas into the Commonwealth Games
After a spirited opening ceremony on Wednesday, the 20th Commonwealth Games will get underway today in Glasgow, Scotland, and Team Bahamas will head directly into action. In judo, D’Arcy Rahming Jr. will take on Joe Mahit from Vanuatu, in the men...
 
 
Four Bahamians fall in the semis at world juniors
A total of four Bahamians saw action in the semi-finals of their respective events at the 15th International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Junior Championships yesterday, but all four failed to make the finals. The event, whic...
 
 
Top 50 camp set to get underway today
The Bahamas’ Top 50 camp is set to begin today, and 50 of the top Bahamian high school, junior college and unattached players will have a chance to display their skills at a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) certified event. The camp ...
 
 
20th Commonwealth Games
The 20th Commonwealth Games will get underway early this morning in Glasgow, Scotland, and four Bahamians will be in action – D’Arcy and Cynthia Rahming in judo, and Vereance Burrows and Dustin Tynes in swimming. Shown are some of the shots, feat...
 
 
Athletics in Trinidad & Tobago is on the rise
With a focus on promoting Caribbean athletics globally, the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) is continuing with its “Day in the Life” series featuring some of the best athletes in the region. In Trinidad, Guardian Sports E...
 
 
Lewis, Delauze, Cartwright make semis at world juniors
Regardless of how his event turns out, Kirk Lewis can say that he is one of the best 24 short hurdlers under 20 years of age, in the world. The 19-year-old junior sensation became the first Bahamian to advance out of the opening rounds at the 15th I...
 
 
Coach Nekeno Demeritte set to host fifth annual basketball camp
Head coach of the Temple Christian Suns primary girls’ and boys’ teams, Nekeno Demeritte, is hosting his fifth annual basketball skills camp at the Temple Christian Primary School Gymnasium on Collins Avenue. The camp begins on August 5, and will...
 
 
YMCA builds tennis center in Freeport
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — The YMCA has broken ground for a new four-court tennis center that will offer both youth and adult players the chance to enjoy this popular sport in a safe and professional environment. "Our new center will provide the bes...
 
 
Caribbean Football Union’s under-17 boys’ qualifier
The Bahamas will compete in a Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) under-17 boys’ qualifier this week. Team Bahamas will play its first match against Bermuda at 7:30 p.m. at the Roscow A.L. Davies Soccer Field at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. Th...
 
 
Hurdlers see action first for The Bahamas
The IAAF World Junior Championships, which has been one of the most productive global meets for The Bahamas over the years, will get underway this morning, and Team Bahamas looks to make another statement. The city of Eugene, Ore., dubbed ‘Track T...
 
 
Freedom Farm pounds nine-time champs Curacao
Team Bahamas Area (Freedom Farm) continued its impressive showing in the Caribbean Little League Regional Baseball Tournament, as the team slammed the nine-time champion, Curacao, in the feature game on Sunday night. The Farmers won easily, 11-3, gi...
 
 
Swift Swimming attending world masters championships
The 15th edition of the FINA (International Swimming Federation) World Masters Championships will take place in Montreal, Canada, from July 27 to August 10, 2014, and Swift Swimming will send a seven-member team to compete. It will be the fourth worl...
 
 
From Athens to Eugene, The Bahamas at the IAAF World Junior Championships, 1986-2014
Since the inaugural International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Junior Championships in Athens, Greece in 1986, The Bahamas has captured four gold medals and five bronze medals, not bad for a small nation. First world junior m...
 
 
Sixth place finish for The Bahamas in Panama
The Bahamas’ under-15 boys’ basketball team had to settle for a sixth place finish at this year’s Centrobasket Championships for under-15 boys which wrapped up last night in Panama City, Panama. The U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) held off The Baha...
 
 
Freedom Farmers blasts the Dominican Republic, 34-0
Team Bahamas area team (Freedom Farm) dominated the Dominican Republic in four innings via the mercy rule as the Caribbean Little League Regional Baseball Tournament got underway in Freeport, Grand Bahama. The Bahamian team, led offensively by James...
 
 
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