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Gardiner, Thomas compete in Diamond League
The International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) Diamond League season continued yesterday in Lausanne, Switzerland, and two of The Bahamas’ best were in action. Bahamian national record holder in the men’s 400 meters (m) Steven ...
 
 
Bahamian athletes qualify for finals at Junior Pan Pacific Championships
All six of the athletes representing The Bahamas at the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Maui, Hawaii competed yesterday, with the majority of them qualifying for the B finals of their respective events. However, due to the eight-hour time z...
 
 
Stanhope set to compete in junior men’s single sculls quarterfinals
After making it through a grueling heat and repechage, Bahamian rower William Stanhope is now set to take on some of the world’s best junior rowers today in the quarterfinals of the junior men’s single scull at the 2016 World Rowing Junior Champi...
 
 
Coaches expecting improved season from Saunders
With the start of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) football season right around the corner, analysts and coaches around the Florida State Seminoles program have all agreed that they expect to see a much-improved season from tight e...
 
 
Athletes get in the water for the first time at Junior Pan Pacific Championships
Three of the six members of the team representing The Bahamas at the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Maui, Hawaii got a chance to get in the water yesterday for the first time. N’Nhyn Fernander, Jared Fitzgerald and Lillian Higgs all went ...
 
 
Smith agrees to deal with BC Nokia
Professional basketball player Kentwan Smith officially agreed to terms with BC Nokia in the Finnish league Korisliiga yesterday. BC Nokia is a professional basketball club based in Nokia, Finland. The team finished with a 20-27 win/loss record last...
 
 
Burrows signs with Hapoel Haifa
Long time Bahamas men’s national basketball team member and seasoned pro Jauran “Kino” Burrows will have to adjust to a change of scenery this season for the first time in a long time. The 6’8” power forward spent most of his professional c...
 
 
Gardiner set to join Thomas in Lausanne
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Bahamian national record holder in the men’s 400 meters (m) Steven Gardiner is joining Donald Thomas in Lausanne, Switzerland, where they will compete in the Athletissima Diamond League Meet tomorrow. Gardiner, coming of...
 
 
Turnquest demands answers over canceled flag football championships
Like many Bahamians that have gotten word over the past few days about the cancellation of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Flag Football World Championships, which was scheduled to take place in Grand Bahama September 8-12, F...
 
 
Charlton on the road back to recovery
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Coming into this season, Devynne Charlton was picked by many to be the rising star for The Bahamas in the short hurdles. She still might be, but while she recovers from injury, Pedrya Seymour rose from the ashes, breaking C...
 
 
Importance of pre-participation physical exams
What is a pre-participation physical exam (PPE)? A PPE is a medical exam done prior to the start of an athletic season. The exam is meant to identify medical and orthopedic conditions that may require further evaluation and treatment befor...
 
 
Nairn excited for upcoming season
After being sidelined for months following minor surgery on his injured right foot, Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn is looking to get back to his usual role as the Michigan State Spartans offensive orchestrator this season. And with a new, more athletic...
 
 
Stanhope ready to represent The Bahamas in the Netherlands
William Stanhope, 18, of Nassau arrived in Rotterdam, The Netherlands last week to prepare for racing at the 2016 World Rowing Junior Championships. Stanhope, who alongside Lex Fountain represented The Bahamas for the first time ever in the sport of ...
 
 
Seymour set to return to Illinois
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Now that the Games of the 31st Olympiad are over, it’s back to the various homes and training bases for the 29-member Bahamian team. One such athlete, Pedrya Seymour, is preparing to enter her junior year at the Universi...
 
 
Shaunae Miller is youngest ever Bahamian Olympic champion
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Not only did Shaunae Miller gallop to gold in the women’s 400 meters (m) at the Games of the 31st Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but she did so as the youngest Bahamian ever. At just 22-years-old, Miller is the youn...
 
 
Athletes depart Rio de Janeiro
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Just a handful of Bahamian athletes were still at the Athletes Village on Monday, as thousands departed Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, following a lively and entertaining closing ceremony at the Maracanã Stadium on Sunday night. ...
 
 
Bahamas beats U.S. in historic soccer win
The Bahamas defeated the United States for the first time in the country’s soccer history. The Bahamas beach soccer team scored the historic win against the #15 ranked U.S. men’s national team in a nail biting match in Spiez, Switzerland on Satu...
 
 
Wake Forest hosts mini-camp at Sandilands Primary
Although the main reason the Wake Forest men’s basketball team traveled to New Providence was to compete in the Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) Summer of Thunder exhibition series, the Demon Deacons still found time to get in some community...
 
 
BJF named official judo academy center for Caribbean
The Bahamas Judo Federation (BJF) continues to make significant strides toward making the federation one of the most recognizable judo federations in the world. On Wednesday, The Bahamas was officially named as the International Judo Federation’s (...
 
 
Men bring home bronze for The Bahamas
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Alonzo Russell validated his selection to the team, Michael Mathieu gutted out an injury to get the stick around, Steven Gardiner turned in the fastest split, and the eternal one, Chris “The Fireman” Brown ran as smart ...
 
 
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