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Rattlers, Marlins to battle for GSSSA title again
The Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) senior boys and girls sudden death playoffs are in the books, and the final four teams remaining will now work to prepare themselves for the league’s championships that begin on Friday at ...
 
 
Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic expected to provide economic boost
Ministry of Tourism officials are feverishly working toward staging the second Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic – an event officials are hoping will be a shot in the arm for the Bahamian economy. The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) event ...
 
 
Empire MMA trains with David ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone
To become the best you have to learn from the best and on Monday, the Empire Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) squad had a chance to do just that. Ultimate Fighting Championship’s (UFC) No.3 ranked lightweight fighter Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone stopped by...
 
 
The Ernie Banks/Andre Rodgers connection
When Ernie Banks died this past Friday, he closed out a chapter that included an element about Bahamian legend Andre Rodgers that never got much attention. Banks was a veteran star at shortstop when Andre became a member of the Chicago Cubs in 1961....
 
 
Scotiabank recognizes top schools from Marathon Bahamas
For the third year in a row, Scotiabank has come on board as the title sponsor of the Student Run Marathon Bahamas, an event which attracts the top distance running high school teams in New Providence and bring them together for friendly competition....
 
 
Queens turn back the Cheetahs in NPWBA
The Career Builders Cheetahs got off to a torrid start in the New Providence Women's Basketball Association (NPWBA) this season, but the Super Value Cybots’ Queens showed them last night, that their title defense certainly wouldn’t be easy. The ...
 
 
New swing coach for defending champion Korda
Jessica Korda, the defending champion of the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic has a new swing coach, famed instructor David Leadbetter, to begin the 2015 season. When she began the 2014 season at the classic with a new instructor, things worked out jus...
 
 
BLTA confirms Jr. Fed Cup/Jr. Davis Cup teams
There will be two teams from the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) departing on Saturday January 31, to participate in the Jr. Fed and Jr. Davis Cup BNP Paribas pre-qualifying events. The tournaments will be held in San Salvador, El Salvador. B...
 
 
COB Caribs get life lessons from ‘Dr. J’
At approximately 6’7” tall, he towered above them, and with an extraordinary legacy that still leaves many in awe, Julius “Dr. J” Erving II commanded the attention of just about everyone around him when he visited the Oakes Field Campus of th...
 
 
BSF National Awards Banquet set for March 14
In celebration of a banner year in swimming in 2014, the Bahamas Swimming Federation (BSF) will host its first national awards banquet at the Melia Beach Resort on Saturday March 14, starting at 7 p.m. The success stories of 2014 began with The Baha...
 
 
A couple of school records for Charlton at Notre Dame Invitational
Up-and-coming Bahamian track star Devynne Charlton continues to build a legacy at Purdue University. On Saturday the sophomore sprinter shattered two school records in a span of just nine minutes at the Notre Dame Invitational. Charlton ran five rac...
 
 
LPGA teaching the game of golf to Bahamian students
The Bahamas’ leg of the 2015 Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour will take place at the prestigious Ocean Club on Paradise Island, February 2-8. The tour is said to be already having a positive impact on the local community as the LPGA...
 
 
Critical points in 2015 Bahamian track and field
In the New Year’s Eve service at my church, St. George’s Anglican Church in “The Valley”, Rector Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles admonished us to forget about the things that happened in 2014 and focus our eyes on the new year, 2015. As much as ...
 
 
What a night for Klay Thompson!
The Bahamas is once again in the spotlight in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Klay Thompson, son of Bahamian basketball legend Mychal Thompson, had a night to remember on Friday. The younger Thompson connected on all 13 of his shots in th...
 
 
Pros move on to the CAFL’s Boil Fish Bowl
The Orry. J Sands Pros have booked their tickets to the Boil Fish Bowl. They edged the V-8 Fusion Stingrays 22-14 in their Commonwealth American Football League (CAFL) playoff match-up last Saturday at the D.W. Davis Field. The Pros will now go on t...
 
 
Bahamian collegiate players take to the hardwood
A quartet of the country’s top collegiate basketball players were in action over the weekend as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) continued with its regular season in men’s basketball. Dwight Coleby provided the University of M...
 
 
IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2015 off and running
The Local Organizing Committee for the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2015 (LOC) got a jumpstart on its promotional campaign at the annual Marathon Bahamas on Sunday January 18. The assembling of a relay team to compete in that event turned out to be a st...
 
 
Stingrays and Pros set for gridiron battle
In the first game of the Commonwealth American Football League’s (CAFL) playoffs last Saturday the no. 1 seed and CAFL Pennant winning BaOilco Jets dismantled the fourth ranked Kingdom Warriors 54-0. Today things are expected to be much more compet...
 
 
Lyford Cay International School prepares for Football Fest
The Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) is preparing to host the third annual “KPMG Football Fest” on Jan 30 and 31. Almost 150 players from international schools across the Caribbean and The Bahamas will converge on the LCIS campus for two fu...
 
 
Operators cruise to easy win over the Saints
The Boomer G Operators made quick work of the Dee Saints in their New Providence Women’s Basketball Association (NPWBA) regular season matchup on Thursday night at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. Antenique Young scored 18 points on 8-15 shooting in 24 m...
 
 
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