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Agreement signed for management of national stadium
Over the past several years, The Bahamas has hosted some of the largest sporting and entertainment events in the region, and in an effort to further establish the country as a world class sports and entertainment brand, The Bahamas government has tea...
 
 
Leno Corporate Services partners with Barracuda Swim Club
The Leno/Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet is scheduled for this Friday, May 22 and Saturday, May 23 at the Betty Kelly-Kenning Aquatic Center. Leno Corporate Services Limited has again partnered with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the 3rd Annual Le...
 
 
CAFL elections fast approaching
The Commonwealth American Football League (CAFL) will be holding elections in Freeport on Saturday, May 23 and in New Providence on Wednesday, May 27 and on Saturday, May 30, 2015. The venues are as follows: in Freeport, voting will be held at the Y...
 
 
Jonquel Jones, the goodwill sports ambassador, part 1
Jonquel Jones has an engaging smile, the youthful look of a 15-year-old, but the demeanor of a mature goodwill sports ambassador for The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. She is also tall, standing 6-5, actually 21 years old and happens to be an outstand...
 
 
Another Bahamian signs with a D-I school
Anthony Pratt is the latest to join the growing list of Bahamian basketball players on National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I rosters. Despite dealing with an injury that limited his playing time during his senior season at St. L...
 
 
RBC comes on board with the swimming nationals for the 32nd straight year
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) recently announced that it has renewed its commitment as the title sponsor of the 2015 RBC National Swimming Championships, set for June 25-28 at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex, in the amount of $35,000. ...
 
 
‘Man in the Boat’ races to provide thrills in Long Island
Once again, the Bahamian Brewery & Beverage Company’s Sands ‘Man in the Boat’ sculling races will be one of the main features of a local regatta. At a press conference on Tuesday, the organizing committee of the 48th Annual Long Island Reg...
 
 
Keanu Pennerman commits to Purdue
In recent weeks, Bahamian athletes have been tearing up the track for the Purdue University Boilermakers, and this fall, another up-and-coming local track star will look to make a name for himself at the prestigious university. Sprinter Keanu Penner...
 
 
Waltiea Rolle waived by the Seattle Storm
After signing three short-term contracts with the Seattle Storm last year, Bahamian center Waltiea Rolle was waived by the team on Tuesday. Rolle appeared in six games for the Storm last season and averaged 2.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest on...
 
 
Bowling nationals to continue tonight at Mario’s
A pivotal second block for the men ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ bowlers and the ‘A’ and ‘B’ for women will take place on Thursday, as the Bahamas Bowling Federation’s (BBF) National Championships continue at Mario’s Bowling and Family Ent...
 
 
The IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2015 revisited – part 1
The second edition of the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Relays went off with a bigger bang than the inaugural edition. I would say it was “Bahamazing” #2! We decided to reflect on what we considered to be a f...
 
 
‘BB’ Stuart is flying high at the right time
Bahamian Bianca “BB” Stuart appears to be getting better and better as the season goes along. She popped a season’s best 6.73 meters (m) - 22’ 1” - at the NTC/PURE Athletics Sprint Elite Meet in Clermont, Florida, on Saturday, winning the ...
 
 
Major eyeing a summer return to the ring
After suffering an ankle injury that cost him in his last fight and forced him into months of therapy, local boxing standout Meacher “Major Pain” Major said that he is now about “90 percent”, and that he is eyeing a possible return to the rin...
 
 
Smokey’s Karate School aims for U.S. Open with help from BTC
A year ago, Smokey’s Karate School (SKS), a martial arts academy in Englerston, was in danger of closing its doors due to a lack of safety flooring. Today, thanks to assistance from its ongoing sponsor BTC, the academy is thriving and has its sight...
 
 
Tall task ahead for softball leadership
The Bahamas Softball Federation (BSF) has new leadership at the top now. The elections over the weekend resulted in Ted Miller succeeding Burkett Dorsett as president. Miller and his group have thus taken responsibility to try and advance the softba...
 
 
GBSC announces its summer camp for 2015
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — The Grand Bahama Sailing Club (GBSC) is excited to announce it is accepting enrolment for its very popular summer sailing program, which runs from June 22 to August 14. The camps allow children to be immersed in sailing, a...
 
 
LOC pleased with staging of second world relays
When the idea of the world relays first surfaced, The Bahamas was the nation that supported it fully and offered to host the inaugural championships. According to reports, this country was the only nation at the time, worldwide, that showed little to...
 
 
Personal best times and medals for Gaither, Charlton
While Shave Hart and Latario Collie-Minns were turning in big performances in the SEC (Southeastern Conference), female sprinters Tynia Gaither and Devynne Charlton were burning up the track at their respective conference championships. Gaither and ...
 
 
Under-17 girls preparing for Centrobasket Championships
FIBA (International Basketball Federation) regional tournaments will get underway in less than a month, and The Bahamas’ under-17 girls national basketball team has officially started its preparations. The team will head to Mexico City, Mexico for...
 
 
Sculling races on the move from Exuma to Long Island
EXUMA — The scene for the Sands “Man in the Boat” sculling races was set at the 62nd Annual National Family Island Regatta in George Town, Exuma, this year. The sculling races were the talk of the crowd during the regatta weekend and provided a...
 
 
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