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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...
 
 
It’s the golden anniversary of The Bahamas’ first Olympic gold
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Sir Durward Knowles and the late Cecil Cooke’s gold medal performance in star class sailing at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan – the first ever Olympic gold for The Bahamas! The Bahamas Olympic Committee (B...
 
 
World record set in Bahamian waters
Moving past the northern tip of Ship Channel Cay in the Exuma Cays early yesterday morning, Australian ultra-marathon swimmer and triathlete Chloe McCardel picked up an incredible pace on her trek to Nassau, and to a new world record in open water sw...
 
 
Christian Cargill picks up two wins at ITA Atlantic Regionals
Bahamian collegiate tennis player Christian Cargill upset a top-30 nationally-ranked player at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) Atlantic Region Championships this past Saturday. Cargill, a freshman at the College of William & Mar...
 
 
Three wins for the Beast Mode Fight Team
The discipline of mixed martial arts (MMA) is making a name for itself here in The Bahamas, and the Beast Mode Fight Team is leading the charge. Featuring the first Bahamian female MMA fighter ever, a three-member team traveled to Palm Bay, Fla. thi...
 
 
Sports World Ministry coming to The Bahamas again
For the second consecutive year, Sports World Ministry is bringing its “Go Positive Tour” to The Bahamas. Sports World Ministry, led by Dr. Ira Lee Eshleman, who founded the organization 30 years ago, which is now headed by Devon McDonald, is a ...
 
 
Sports notices
TennisBahamian freshman at the University of South Florida (USF) Justin Roberts led a charge of four South Florida Bulls advancing from the first round of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Southeast Regional Tournament which is being held ...
 
 
Hitmen, ’Cats take 2-0 lead in respective NPSA series
Both the Sigma Wildcats and the Annette’s Sporting Lounge Hitmen were able to take commanding 2-0 leads in their respective New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) championship series on Saturday at Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Co...
 
 
Pros crush Stingrays in CAFL season opener
The Orry J. Sands Pros sent a message to the rest of the teams in the Commonwealth American Football League (CAFL) on Saturday past, as they steamrolled the V8 Fusion Stingrays, 20-6, in the opening game of the 2014-15 season at the D.W. Davis gymnas...
 
 
Cherry Bombs, Expendables get victories in the NPVA
The New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA) had two games go down to the wire on Friday night at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. In the opening contest, the Johnson’s Cherry Bombs managed to get past the Central Gas Lady Panthers in five tough sets...
 
 
Sports notices
subsequent no-shows will result in the offending school being denied participation the following year. Singles competitions will be held for under-18 boys and girls and under-14 boys and girls. Doubles competitions will also be held for those age gro...
 
 
City/Financial Bowling League
City Bowling League Monday October 20, 2014 Checkers Cafe vs. Commonwealth Electrical The Discoverers vs. BEC Shockers Telco Enterprises vs. Bahamasair Flyers Ten Back Strikers vs. The Knights Carib Construction vs. Giga Tech TK Falcons vs. Ci...
 
 
Marathon swimmer looks to make history
Australian open water swimmer and triathlete Chloe McCardel will be looking to make history in The Bahamas next week when she attempts to set the record for the longest continuous swim in the ocean over a 128-kilometer (80-mile) course in a 48-hour p...
 
 
BLTA wraps up week-long training camp
The Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) wrapped up a week-long training camp yesterday at the National Tennis Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. The camp was held for the junior players in the program and was led by representatives from...
 
 
St. Cecilia’s Strikers hand Sparks first loss
The St. Cecilia’s Strikers managed to put together a late rally to score a 25-24 comeback win over the St. Thomas More Sparks yesterday, in their Catholic Primary Schools boys game over at Loyola Hall. Michael Albury finished the game with seven p...
 
 
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