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No additional qualifiers at Blue Marlin Classic
The Blue Marlin Classic in Freeport, Grand Bahama, over the weekend, served as a last chance meet for local and international athletes to qualify for the London World Championships, and whereas some took advantage of the opportunity, others did not. ...
 
 
Bahamian Stanhope finishes 24th in U23 World Championships
Bahamian William Stanhope, 19, closed out his first World Rowing Under-23 (U23) Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on Sunday. Contesting the men’s single sculls, Stanhope rowed The Bahamas to a ranking of number 24 in the world. Battling a bout of...
 
 
Bimini Big Game Club Resort and Marina to host wahoo event
ALICE TOWN, Bimini — Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina, host to some of The Bahamas’ most legendary fishing tournaments, is pleased to announce that Wahoo Smackdown IX, will take place November 9–12, 2017. The ever-popular and authentic...
 
 
Team Bahamas picks up bronze in Peru
With all the excitement of the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) this past weekend, one almost forgot that there was another national team representing the country. Reference is to the Pan American U20 Athletics Championships squad that competed in...
 
 
Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp underway at Kendal Isaacs
The 30th annual Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp got underway yesterday and runs through August 11 at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. The camp is open for boys and girls from ages 5-18. Registration forms are available at the South Bahamas Con...
 
 
Tennis competition at CYG was a learning experience for Armbrister
Young Bahamian tennis player Donte Armbrister, just 15, started playing tennis from the age of 6. He enjoyed learning the game and practiced frequently for three years as a recreational player, initially, then eventually graduated to playing on a com...
 
 
Gold medal finish for The Bahamas!
For a nation that has become accustomed to winning gold medals at major international sports meets, it wasn’t looking too favorable as the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) prepared to come to a close. Then it happened. The Bahamas’ mixed 4x200...
 
 
Jones scores game-high in WNBA All-Star Classic
If the East All-Stars had won the Verizon Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) All-Star Classic on Saturday night, Bahamian Jonquel “JJ” Jones might have been the most valuable player (MVP) – that’s how dominant she was. Jones ce...
 
 
The Bahamas boys win bronze in beach soccer; girls finish fourth
The national beach soccer program grew by leaps and bounds over the past six days as the country’s best talented youngsters gave a good account for themselves at the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG). A clutch shot by Phieron Wilson with just e...
 
 
The Bahamas ended with three medals in swimming
The swimming segment of the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) ended on Saturday night at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Swim Complex, with another spirited performance from Team Bahamas. The host country had two swimmers in the final of the gir...
 
 
The Bahamas finishes 16th at the Commonwealth Youth Games
On the strength of three relay medals on the final night of competition, all in athletics, The Bahamas ended with 13 total medals - one gold, two silver and 10 bronze - at the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games. The youth games wrapped up with a concise c...
 
 
The Bahamas beats Trinidad & Tobago
It might not be the results they had envisioned, or hoped for, but the beach volleyball experience for The Bahamas at the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) here in Nassau, The Bahamas, ended on a positive note yesterday morning as the progress in th...
 
 
Bastian wins bronze for The Bahamas
Izaak Bastian won the country’s sixth medal at the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) last night, and his second, touching the wall in a personal best time in third place in the boys 100 meters (m) breast. One night after touching the wall in seco...
 
 
The Bahamas finishes winless in rugby competition
It’s been a rough ride for The Bahamas’ junior national rugby team at the sixth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) here in Nassau, The Bahamas. Playing over at the original Thomas A. Robinson Track and Field Stadium, The Bahamas has s...
 
 
Silver medals for The Bahamas
One got the feeling that it would be a special night for The Bahamas when Lilly Higgs came into the 50 meters (m) breast final highly ranked, and another Bahamian joined her in the finals as Izaak Bastian qualified in the boys race. As it turned out...
 
 
The Bahamas crashes out of tennis competition at CYG
The tennis segment of the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) is now over for Team Bahamas. Bahamian Donte Armbrister gave it all he could yesterday, but came up just short against Eleftherios Neos, of Cyprus, in boys singles. Isabel Donaldson lost i...
 
 
Curry wins bronze; The Bahamas’ boys beach soccer team wins
Adrian Curry knew that he had to get out fast last night and run one of the better races of his life in order to win a medal for The Bahamas at the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG). In one of the tightest races of the night at the Thomas A. Robins...
 
 
A total of 15 young men and women will work alongside technicians at the stadium
With a reputation for catering to outdoor events of all types and sizes, Bahamas Waste’s involvement in this year’s Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) should come as no surprise. As a sponsor of the CYG Bahamas 2017, Bahamas Waste provided about $40,...
 
 
Sixth place finish for Higgs in swimming
The swimming portion of the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) began yesterday at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Centre, and just one Bahamian made a final. A total of 20 athletes will represent the country in various swimming events ove...
 
 
The Bahamas loses again in beach volleyball, but girls make quarters
The Bahamas’ girls and both boys beach volleyball teams lost yesterday, but the country was able to salvage something as the girls survived a draw, allowing them to play in today’s quarter-finals. Hence, they are still alive for a medal at these ...
 
 
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