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Strachan hoping for a return to prominence
In 2012, Anthonique Strachan was the best junior female sprinter in the world, winning the double sprint title at the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Junior Championships, and carting off the IAAF’s Rising Star At...
 
 
Ninth Nelson A. Ranger camp held at Sandals Emerald Bay in Exuma
The 9th Annual Nelson A. Ranger Music, Art and Golf Camp was held this summer at Sandals Emerald Bay in Exuma for boys and girls, ages 7-17. The camp is held in honor of the late Andrew and Kerry Bowe. Nelson Ranger partnered with Garnell Limperes, ...
 
 
Volunteers, sponsors team up for ‘best EduKarting camp ever’
It felt like 110 degrees outside but for the 56 kids who donned race suits and helmets and tackled a challenging slalom course in speedy karts they had taken apart and rebuilt, it was the coolest thing ever. EduKarting Bahamas recently wrapped up it...
 
 
Three Bahamians qualify for Diamond League Finals
A total of three Bahamians have qualified for, and will represent themselves, their country and their sponsors at the Diamond League Finals which get underway this Thursday. Based on results from the qualification period, Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Steven...
 
 
C.A. Christie Real Estate supports three young sailors
C.A. Christie Real Estate applauds three of the nation’s junior sailors and wishes them the very best as they set off to compete in the 2017 Canadian Optimist Nationals in Nova Scotia, Canada, from August 20-26. The junior sailors, members of the ...
 
 
Young tennis players continue to excel around the region
Bahamians Donte Armbrister, Afrika Smith and Jacobi Bain continue their participation on the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) junior circuit this week, playing in the THA/Bmobile Tobago Junior ITF Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago. In the m...
 
 
Four Bahamians competing at World University Games
Four athletes from the Bahamas Aquatics Federation (BAF) will represent the country this week at the 2017 World University Games in Taipei City, Taiwan. The games began on Saturday and will run through August 30. The Bahamas swim team had Joanna Ev...
 
 
Johnson open to giving back to local boxing in the future
There was much debate among members of the local sporting community as to why The Bahamas was only able to register one boxer to compete in the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, held on New Providence last month. The lack of representation shed some li...
 
 
Junior girls finish sixth overall at Centrobasket
The Bahamas junior girls’ national basketball team finished sixth overall at the 2017 International Basketball Federation’s (FIBA) U-17 Girls Centrobasket Championships in Aguada, Puerto Rico. Team Bahamas fell 75–50 to Guadeloupe in the fifth...
 
 
Bahamas advances to fifth place game
The Bahamas junior girls national team won its 5-8-reclassification game yesterday and will now advance to today’s fifth place game. After suffering a lopsided 99-35 loss to Puerto Rico on Thursday night, The Bahamas came back to knock off the Bri...
 
 
GAFY begins renovation of the National Boxing Gym
The sport of boxing is expected to receive a huge boost locally in the coming months, as the Global Athletic Foundation for Youth (GAFY) has stepped up to upgrade the National Boxing Gym, located in the Queen Elizabeth Sports Center. According to GA...
 
 
Johnson prepared for tough battle against Dervyanchencko
With just over a week to go before he steps in the ring to compete for the right to fight for a world title, Bahamian professional boxer Tureano Johnson said that his training is going great and that he’s more than ready for his upcoming middleweig...
 
 
Ayton shines in exhibition play
Deandre Ayton posted his first double-double as a collegiate basketball player yesterday. Ayton poured in 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, as Arizona defeated the Mataro All-Stars 99-74 in its second Spain exhibition game. Ayton had to play a big...
 
 
Eastwood Judo Club takes on international competition
On August 3rd, six members of the Eastwood Judo Club traveled to Atlanta to compete in the American Traditional Jujutsu Association, and American Judo and Jujitsu Federation National Judo Championships, abbreviated as ATJA & AJJF Championships. ...
 
 
Junior girls bounce back with 86-69 win over Suriname
The Bahamas’ junior girls national basketball team bounced back from its loss in the opening game of the 2017 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Under-17 Girls Centrobasket Championships yesterday in Aguada, Puerto Rico. After suffering a ...
 
 
Aliv sponsors Special Olympics Bahamas Torch Run/Family Fun Day
Aliv continues to make its presence felt in the local sporting community. Yesterday, the country’s newest telecommunications company announced their sponsorship of the annual Special Olympics Bahamas Torch Run/Family Fun Day, set for August 19 at ...
 
 
Arizona coaches impressed with Ayton
The Arizona Wildcats are in the midst of their Spanish Foreign Exhibition Tour. Over the course of the last few days, the team’s newest members, including No.1 ranked 2017 recruit Deandre Ayton, practiced with the team for the first time while pla...
 
 
C.A. Christie Real Estate supports young sailors
C.A. Christie Real Estate applauds three of the nation’s junior sailors and wishes them the very best as they set off to compete in the 2017 Canadian Optimist Nationals in Nova Scotia, August 20-26. The junior sailors, members of the Bahamas Natio...
 
 
Miller-Uibo, Thomas headed to Birmingham
The 16th International Association of Athletic Federations’ (IAAF) World Championships are now over and done with, but the season goes on for a couple of Bahamian athletes. Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Donald Thomas are set to compete in the IAAF Diamo...
 
 
Fox’s play has picked up since joining Charlotte
Bahamian professional baseball player Lucius Fox hit his first home-run with the Charlotte Stone Crabs last Thursday against the Bradenton Marauders, and is catching on with his new team. In the top of the first inning, Charlotte grabbed the lead on...
 
 
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