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Comets jump out to early lead at BAISS meet
The St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine has won the last 25 editions of the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) Track and Field Championships, and going into opening day of this year’s championships, members of ...
 
 
Hield looking to shake off current shooting slump
Despite falling into a “mini” shooting slump in the month of February, University of Oklahoma Sooners’ junior guard Chavanno “Buddy” Hield said that he is going to continue to approach the game of basketball the same way that he has been ap...
 
 
Atlantic Medical and Barracuda team up for third annual invitational
This weekend, a number of swim clubs in the country will be in action at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Centre. Atlantic Medical has once again partnered with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the third Annual Atlantic Medical Swim Invitatio...
 
 
Young athletes win a number of medals at gymnastics meets
Nassau ’Nastics would like to congratulate its athletes who participated in the Presidential Classic and the Magical Classic gymnastics meets in Orlando, Florida, on the weekend of February 12-15. The athletes, a number of whom returned with medals...
 
 
LOC looking forward to another ‘Bahamazing’ event
The Local Organizing Committee of the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2015 (LOC) is about to embark on what is expected to be another “Bahamazing” event. Over 1,000 athletes from 50-plus countries are set to compete in the second world relays, set for...
 
 
What’s another $300,000 for the CBBI?
After investing more than nine million dollars into an event that is not even fully Bahamian, and pumping millions more into the hosting of major sports tourism events such as the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Rel...
 
 
KPMG and LCIS partner for another successful football fest
Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) recently hosted another successful KPMG Football Fest. International schools from The Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands played outs...
 
 
Tourism promotes The Bahamas as premier golf destination
The Bahamas was promoted as the premier destination of choice on the women’s pro golf circuit, during the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, from February 2-8, at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island. Director General of Tourism Joy Jibrilu ...
 
 
Who will break Chris Brown’s 16-year-old 800m national record?
The 800 meters (m) has been a particularly interesting event in The Bahamas. My first event ever run was the 800m at the Friends of The Bahamas (FOB) meet at St. Augustine’s College (SAC) field in December of 1960. The winner was Alex Hanna. Tha...
 
 
Cobras win fourth Hugh Campbell title
The C.C. Sweeting Cobras is rapidly becoming known as a team which turns it up come Hugh Campbell time. This year proved to be no different as they glided past the C.I. Gibson Rattlers in the championship game of the 33rd Annual Hugh Campbell Basket...
 
 
Timberwolves climbing up the ladder; finish third at Hugh Campbell
The C.I. Gibson Rattlers got off to a slow start in their third placed game against the Anatol Rodgers Timberwolves yesterday afternoon, but they pulled away midway through the first quarter and never looked back, cruising to an easy 64-42 win to mar...
 
 
Dan Marino: Strong talent in Bahamian kids
Legendary National Football League (NFL) quarterback Dan Marino said recently that he sees some great young football prodigies in The Bahamas, and is hoping to foster growth in hundreds of potential professional football players. Marino said as much ...
 
 
Cobras to play Hugh Campbell championship
The C.C. Sweeting Cobras are back in Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic final, and they will play the winner of this afternoon’s match-up between the C.I. Gibson Rattlers and the upstart Anatol Rodgers Timberwolves in the championship game tonight. ...
 
 
Marino and Friends Bahamas Weekend 2015 was a huge success
The Miami Dolphins, Dan Marino and 14 alumni members held a memorable four-day weekend in the islands of The Bahamas this past weekend. Guests were treated to breathtaking views of the island of New Providence while mingling with some of their footba...
 
 
Marino and friends host second annual youth clinic
National Football League (NFL) Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino and his legendary friends from the Miami Dolphins hosted their second annual youth football clinic on Saturday, at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium. More than 200 enthusiastic ...
 
 
Barracuda Swim Club prevails at Sea Waves Invitational
The Barracuda Swim Club pulled off an impressive victory as the Bahamas Swimming Federation’s (BSF) 2014/15 swim season continued this past weekend. In the third meet of the year, the Barracuda Swim Club totaled 703 points, winning the Sea Waves A...
 
 
Marino and friends put up 54 points on the Bahamas All-Stars
More than 15 years since his retirement from the National Football League (NFL), Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino found himself throwing bombs to a couple of familiar faces on the gridiron over the weekend. The nine-time pro bowler ended the seco...
 
 
Thousands came out for first sculling races of the season
The 28th Annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre took place last week at Montagu Bay, and many Bahamians and tourists braved the cool weather to watch the great Bahamian sport of sloop sailing, and the return of Bahamian sculling. The ‘E’ Class sl...
 
 
Marino and friends excited about clinic
Dan Marino and several former Miami Dolphins players are back in town for the second annual Dan Marino and Friends Weekend, which will be highlighted by today’s youth football clinic and flag football match at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadiu...
 
 
Plans set for 8th Uncle Lou Road Race
The SAC Alumni Association (SACA) is pleased to present the 8th version of the Uncle Lou Road Race, named in honor of Deacon Leviticus “Uncle Lou” Adderley, former principal of St. Augustine’s College (SAC) and national sporting legend. The ...
 
 
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