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Two more make finals at Youth Olympics
A trio of track and field athletes will have a shot at a medal tomorrow, as two more booked their tickets into the final of their respective events at the second Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China. Tyler Bowe and Jenae Ambrose joined Henri Delauze in ...
 
 
Providence Storm drop tough 96-87 loss to Louisiana Tech
The Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) “Summer of Thunder” is into its final stretch, and the games are still competitive. On Wednesday night, the Providence Storm suffered a tough 96-87 loss to the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at the Kendal G.L...
 
 
Final match-ups set at AID Clay Court Championships
Going into the final weekend at the AID Clay Court Championships, being played at the Gym Tennis Club in Winton Meadows, the competitors in the three remaining finals have been decided. In the first Jr. Vets singles semi-final on Thursday, number on...
 
 
Johnson set to stage ‘Lean on Me’ Regatta this weekend
This Saturday and Sunday, some of the top ‘C’ Class sloops in the country will gather at Montagu Bay to compete in the “Lean on Me” Regatta, being staged by legendary boat owner Eleazor “Barber J” Johnson. The title was inspired by the n...
 
 
Team Bahamas excels at Norway Chess Olympiad
After a 24-year absence from Chess Olympiad play, The Bahamas put on its best performance ever at the 41st edition, held in Tromso, Norway between August 1 and 15. Starting out ranked number 158 out of 174 countries, Team Bahamas was able to leapfro...
 
 
Delauze qualifies fifth-fastest heading to 400m final
Arguably The Bahamas’ best hope for a medal in athletics at the second Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China, was the only Bahamian to make it safely through qualifying and into a final yesterday. Henri Delauze, silver medalist from CARIFTA and World J...
 
 
Three-member gymnastics team off to Canada
The Bahamas Gymnastics Federation (BGF) is sending a three-member team, Simone Hall, Taneka Johnson and Kiana Dean, to compete in the 2014 Pan American Senior Championships, at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The competition comme...
 
 
Teams gearing up for HBCU Classic
Plans for the first ever historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) classic that will be held on Saturday, September 13, at the new Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, are on schedule, and everything is looking promising leading up to the g...
 
 
Beautiful bronze for Joanna Evans
Despite swimming in the morning session, Joanna Evans turned in the type of performance in the females’ 800 meters (m) freestyle timed final yesterday that will forever linger in the minds of Bahamians and which will indeed be etched into the histo...
 
 
Athletics starts today at Youth Olympic Games
Some of the country’s finest young athletes are set to hit the track at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre today, as the athletics portion of the second Youth Olympic Games gets underway. One of those athletes in particular was one of the highest i...
 
 
De Souza 18th after first two races at Youth Olympics
The Bahamas’ sole sailor at the second Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China, finds himself quite a distance behind after two of the series races in the Byte CII Class (male’s one person dinghy). Paul de Souza was 11th in the first race yesterday, b...
 
 
Four champions already crowned at AID Clay Court Championships
After an exciting first week, four titles have been decided at the AID Clay Court Championships, currently ongoing at the Gym Tennis Club in Winton Meadows. Danielle Thompson, the number one seed in the women’s, is already a double winner, havin...
 
 
Rasheed Carey likes what he sees in Nanjing
Rasheed Carey has been in Nanjing, China, for just a few days in preparation for the second Youth Olympic Games, but already he is a big fan of the eastern Chinese city. The 17-year-old Bahamian is one of two players from The Bahamas taking part i...
 
 
Tynes 14th overall in 100m breast, as Youth Olympics starts
The biggest meet in the world for junior athletes is into its second day of action, and already, The Bahamas has a couple of historic performances.Dustin Tynes smashed his national record in the men’s 100 meters (m) breast, winning his opening roun...
 
 
De Souza carried the flag for The Bahamas in honor of Sir Durward
Byte CII sailor Paul de Souza carried the Bahamian flag with pride at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on Saturday night. De Souza was given the honor to recognize the country’s 50th anniversary of Olympic gold – in Tokyo, Ja...
 
 
The Bahamas finishes fourth at ICC Americas Division II tourney
The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Pepsi Americas Division II Under-19 Championships concluded on Saturday at Windsor Park, with Suriname being crowned as champion.Suriname managed to win the tournament despite trailing Argentina by 0.4 on n...
 
 
Kentucky topples Dominican Republic 83-71
Kentucky’s strong post play has been on full display during the Big Blue Bahamas Tour as the Wildcats cruised to another win yesterday against the Dominican Republic’s national team at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. The team defeat...
 
 
Suriname edges out close win over The Bahamas
The Bahamas’ woes continued as the young team suffered another loss yesterday at Hayans Oval in the International Cricket Council’s (ICC), Pepsi Americas Division Two Under-19 Championships.They lost to Suriname by a score of 47 runs to 46. Th...
 
 
The Bahamas falls to the Cayman Islands
The International Cricket Council (ICC) began its Pepsi ICC Americas Division Two Under-19 Championships here in The Bahamas yesterday.The teams participating in the event include Argentina, the Cayman Islands, Suriname and The Bahamas.The home team...
 
 
Local squad tops Alabama State, 88-76, at BBF’s ‘Summer of Thunder’
The Providence Storm can lay claim to being one of the top Bahamian teams in this year’s Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) “Summer of Thunder” Tournament over at the Kendal G.L Isaacs National Gymnasium.The Storm became the first squad ...
 
 
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