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‘The Fireman’ pulls out of 400m; Williams settles for fifth
With Chris “The Fireman” Brown feeling sick and out with a stomach virus that has bothered him all week, and LaToy Williams stuck out there in no man’s land in lane eight, there was little hope for another medal for The Bahamas, in the 400 mete...
 
 
Athletes shine at bodybuilding nationals in Grand Bahama
The Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (BBFF) held its 41st annual National Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships this past weekend, at the Regency Theatre, in Freeport, Grand Bahama. More than 40 competitors took part in the event, which ...
 
 
USA and The Bahamas come together for soccer clinic
On Tuesday, August 5, the United States Embassy in partnership with the Bahamas Football Association (BFA) and Special Olympics Bahamas (SOB) will coordinate a youth outreach activity at the new Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium at 2:45 p.m. The Un...
 
 
‘True Sportsmanship’ show dedicated to Elisha Obed
The Champion Amateur Boxing Club (CABC) will be hosting the “True Sportsmanship” boxing show this Saturday, at the Wulff Road Boxing Square. The show will be dedicated to Bahamian Boxing Champion Elisha Obed, who formerly held the title of World ...
 
 
Sculling races brings the magic back to Grand Bahama
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Freeport, also known as “the Magic City”, recently came alive as hundreds of Bahamians flocked to Taino Beach for the 19th annual Grand Bahama Regatta and the crowd-pleasing Sands “Man In the Boat” sculling races. ...
 
 
World’s top soccer league rewards camp’s top kids in Freeport
FREEPORT, The Bahamas — Kadicia Babb, Cameron Chandler, Courtni Pinder and Donte Singh are about to head out on the sporting trip of a lifetime, after being selected by the United Kingdom (U.K.) visiting coaches for the top prize at this year’s S...
 
 
Shaunae seventh in final; LaToy, Chris through to men’s 400m final
Shaunae Miller certainly didn’t have one of her better races at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, as she faded to seventh in her specialty. The Bahamian junior national record holder and global superstar is coming off a severe hamstri...
 
 
AID Clay Court Championships set to begin next week Saturday
The management of Automotive Industrial Distributors Ltd. (AID) has announced that the 22nd edition of the Clay Court Tennis Championships will be held again at the Gym Tennis Club in Winton Meadows, from August 9-23. “The AID”, as the tournamen...
 
 
‘Track Town USA’ sees two world junior and four championship records broken
It was certainly a six-day period to speak about in “Track Town USA”, Eugene, Oregon, at the 2014 International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Junior Track and Field Championships. When it was all over, two world junior reco...
 
 
Arianna fifth in 100 free; Fraser seventh in men’s 100m
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace ended her Commonwealth Games with another fantastic swim, but this time it was only enough for fifth place. She touched the wall in 54.37 seconds in the women’s 100 meters (m) behind an Australian 1-2-3 sweep, and France...
 
 
Top 50 camp looking to expand into the region next year
The Bahamas’ Top 50 camp wrapped up over the weekend at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. The goal of the camp was to display the top 50 young players in the country to scouts and coaches from all over the United States of America (USA). ...
 
 
Knowles expects continued participation of judo and wrestling at Commonwealth Games
The sport of rowing is relatively new to The Bahamas’ sports calendar, but many resources are being invested in small sports, said Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) Secretary General Romell “Fish” Knowles. The sports of wrestling and judo are be...
 
 
Businesses donate to Cat Island Regatta
The 58th annual Cat Island “Greatest Show On Earth” regatta is scheduled for August 1-4, in the waters of New Bight, Cat Island. Just recently, two prominent native sons recently made donations on behalf of their businesses to the Cat Island Sail...
 
 
Silver medal success for The Bahamas
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace delivered a brilliant performance on Sunday afternoon, capturing a silver medal and setting a new national record in the process, with her time of 25.53 seconds in the women’s 50 meters (m) butterfly, at the 20th Commonwe...
 
 
Boys’ relay team ends meet with junior national record; The Bahamas tied for 55th at world juniors
After blasting the junior national record in the heats, the boys 4x400 meters (m) relay team of Henri Delauze, Janeko Cartwright, Steven Gardiner and Kinard Rolle, in that order, had to settle for sixth in the final, ending an IAAF World Junior Champ...
 
 
Tourism Ministry praised for supporting basketball
Organizers of the Bahamas Basketball Federation’s (BBF) “40 Greatest” evening on Thursday, July 24, at the John Watling’s Distillery, praised the Ministry of Tourism and Minister Obie Wilchcombe for providing the base funding to stage the eve...
 
 
The Bahamas loses final game of CFU Qualifier
The Bahamas came up short in its final game of the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) under-17 boys qualifying tournament, this time falling to Puerto Rico, to finish with a winless 0-3 record in the three games played. All of the games were played o...
 
 
Arianna sets new national records
Bahamian swimming sensation Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace blazed her way to the women’s 50 meter (m) freestyle final on the second day of competition at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland yesterday, setting two new national records along...
 
 
Things going well at Top 50 camp
Friday marked the second day of the Top 50 camp, which showcased some of the top junior college (JUCO) and unattached players in the country, while Thursday’s version of the camp, featured 15 of the top high school players in the country. Both days...
 
 
Gardiner, Cox, Albury miss 200m final at world juniors
The tall and talented Steven Gardiner, the Moore’s Island product who came out of nowhere, ended his season as the 12th best junior half-lapper in the world. Running at the 15th International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Ju...
 
 
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