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Former pro athlete brings his message to St. John’s
Sports World Ministry brought its “Go Positive Tour” to students of St. John’s College yesterday, as former National Football League (NFL) player Michael Cobb spoke to the kids on the importance of decision-making and overcoming peer pressure. ...
 
 
Minus disappointed with lack of support at CABC shows
The Championship Amateur Boxing Club (CABC) held the “Champ is Here” Amateur Boxing Show at the Wulff Road Boxing Square over the weekend, and the event featured some of the program’s top boxers. It was the 10th CABC show this year. In the thr...
 
 
NPMAFC turns in impressive performances at Miami competition
Earlier this month, the New Providence Martial Arts & Fitness Centre (NPMAFC), led by instructors Sensei Chin and Sensei Evans, traveled with a team of 13 young Bahamians to compete in the Miami Taikai Karate Tournament in Miami, Fla. The martia...
 
 
BSF round robin nationals start Thursday
The highly-anticipated Bahamas Softball Federation’s (BSF) National Round Robin Championships will swing into action tomorrow night over at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex. With the field of teams being finalized, action is expected to be thrill...
 
 
National High School Volleyball Championships set for the end of November
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in conjunction with the Bahamas Volleyball Federation (BVF) will present the second annual “National Tournament of Champions”, sponsored by J.S. Johnson Insurance Agents and Brokers Limited, Novem...
 
 
The Bahamas well-represented in Marine Corps Marathon
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Bahamas was well represented at the 39th annual U.S. Marine Corps Marathon which was held in the Washington, D.C. area on Sunday October 26. About 30,000 runners started the race in Arlington, Virginia, and ended the 26.2-mi...
 
 
Former pro giving back as personal fitness trainer
Former professional basketball player and Bahamian national team member Jimmy Mackey is one of the newest certified fitness instructors in the country, and already his work is paying dividends for his clients. Mackey, the only master personal traine...
 
 
Plans all set for Temple Christian Primary Basketball Classic
Head coach of the Temple Christian Suns primary boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, Nekeno Demeritte, is preparing his squads for action in the fifth annual Temple Christian Basketball Classic this week, at the school’s gymnasium on Collins Aven...
 
 
Former NFL player Michael Cobb set to speak at schools
Sports World Ministry, led by Dr. Ira Lee Eshleman who founded the organization 30 years ago, is now headed by Devon McDonald. Sports World Ministry is a seed-planting ministry, which uses former professional athletes to share personal life experienc...
 
 
Fall Fest Horse Show at Mariposa Stables
The second annual October Fall Fest Horse Show at Mariposa Stables marked the beginning of the 2014-2015 horse show season for Bahamian equestrian riders. Over the course of the two-day event, dozens of junior and adult riders competed across a range...
 
 
Hitmen repeat as NPSA Champions
The Annette’s Sporting Lounge Hitmen are champions of the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) once again. Alcott Forbes delivered the game-winning home-run, a walk-off solo shot in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Hitmen the 5-4...
 
 
Bulldogs, Comets win Austin Knowles national high school softball titles
The Spanish Wells Bulldogs senior boys and Queen’s College Comets senior girls were crowned as champions of the 15th annual Austin “King Snake” Knowles National High School Softball Championships yesterday, finishing off their opponents at the ...
 
 
‘Man in the Boat’ sculling championships set for Montagu Bay
Over the weekend of November 1, Bahamian Brewery Company Limited looks to host its fourth annual Sands “Man in the Boat” E class sailing championships at Montagu Bay. For the past three years, Andros native Clayton Bain has dominated the scullin...
 
 
CABC to host ‘The Champ is Here’ amateur boxing show
The Champion Amateur Boxing Club (CABC) is set to host “The Champ is Here” amateur boxing show tonight at 7 p.m. at the Wulff Road Boxing Square. The six-fight program will be the 10th showcase hosted by the club this year, and will be held in h...
 
 
Golden moment in sports is celebrated
The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC), in conjunction with the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, hosted a celebratory gala luncheon yesterday in the Imperial Ballroom of Atlantis, in honor of the 50th anniversary of Sir Durward Knowles and the lat...
 
 
Empire MMA gaining international traction with strong showings
Over the past few weeks, the Beast Mode Fight Team representing Empire Mixed Martial Arts has seen its share of success in international competitions. They also saw the successful debut of the first Bahamian female mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Ja...
 
 
Miami-Nassau ocean race to get underway in mid November
The Nassau Yacht Club is gearing up for the finish of the 2014 Nassau Cup Ocean Race, which is hosted by the Nassau Yacht Club, the Coral Reef Yacht Club, the Lauderdale Yacht Club and the Storm Trysail Club, and is managed by the SORC. This internat...
 
 
Anti-doping body driving art/essay contest initiative for nation’s students
The Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC) has been officially functioning for four years. It has established an excellent relationship with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and the Caribbean Regional A...
 
 
NFL WEEK EIGHT
(DEFENDING CHAMPION) OVERALL: 67-38-1 WEEK SEVEN: 11-4 slongley@nasguard.com Guardian Sports EditorSHELDON LONGLEYWEEK EIGHT(Byes: N.Y. Giants, San Francisco) Thursday's game San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos, 8:25 p.m. Now that he has one of t...
 
 
McCardel still recovering after record swim
Australian ultra-marathon swimmer and triathlete Chloe McCardel had to battle mild hypothermia, dehydration and multiple jellyfish stings to complete a 42 hour, 126-kilometer (78.3-mile) swim yesterday morning to what is expected to be a new world re...
 
 
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