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Rose out indefinitely after knee surgery
Senior guard at Brigham Young University (BYU) L.J. Rose underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his right knee yesterday. Rose took an MRI on Monday after experiencing discomfort in his knee the past few weeks. According to the team, the 6â...
 
 
C.R. Walker repeats as GSSSA champs
The C.R. Walker Knights captured a second consecutive Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) track and field title yesterday at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The Knights, who bounced back last year to recapture the title ...
 
 
Second annual high school national basketball championships set for next month
After seeing over 25 teams compete in its debut last year, organizers of the National High School Basketball Championships expect this year’s edition to easily surpass the first, in terms of participation. The second annual event will be held on M...
 
 
IAAF organizers pleased with 2017 World Relays progress so far
With the third edition of the International Association of Athletic Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays Bahamas fast approaching, members of the federation’s organizing team traveled to the capital this week to examine the condition of the Thomas A....
 
 
Andre Rodgers stadium about 35 percent completed
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson, along with employees of Woslee Construction and project architect Michael Foster, gave the media a walkthrough of the new $21 million Andre Rodgers National Baseball Stadium yesterday. Accord...
 
 
National Sports Academy said to come on stream by April
After numerous delays in its construction and formation, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr. Daniel Johnson yesterday confirmed that The Bahamas’ first ever National Sports Academy (NSA) will be launched in April 14. As originally planned, t...
 
 
With wedding done, Miller set to run this Saturday
Now that the wedding is over, Shaunae Miller, The Bahamas’ fastest female, is focused on getting on with the rest of her life and her career. The honeymoon is pushed aside for now, as she continues to train and prepare for the 2017 season. Miller ...
 
 
Resorts World Bimini hosts first wahoo challenge
BIMINI — The first Resorts World Bimini Wahoo Fishing Challenge attracted scores of anglers from the United States to the quaint island of Bimini, in The Bahamas, in search of glory. The event was sponsored by The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism an...
 
 
Mixed results for The Bahamas at pre-qualifying tennis tourney
Team Bahamas continued with its play at the 2017 World Junior Tennis (WJT) North/Central America and Caribbean Pre-Qualifying Tournament in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, yesterday, splitting results between the boys and girls. The boys won ...
 
 
Knowles comes out on top at Farmer’s Cay Regatta
The 19th Annual Farmer’s Cay Regatta, in memory of the late Frank Hanna, “The Colorful Man”, was filled with much excitement and great sailing. A total of 22 boats from all over The Bahamas competed in the ‘C’ Class, taking part in a numbe...
 
 
SAC first to come on board in CYG ambassador program
Through an ambassadorship program spread across the Commonwealth of Nations, the Local Organizing Committee of the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games (LOC) is seeking to bring the young people of 71 countries together, ahead of the mega event set for July...
 
 
Volunteers ready for IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
A major sporting event such as the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017 can only be successful with the integration of volunteers. For this year’s event, the local organizing committee of the world relays (LOC) is expecting more than 800 volunteers who...
 
 
Raptors win 10th consecutive GSSSA title
The C.H. Reeves Raptors won their 10th consecutive Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Junior Track and Field title yesterday at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium. The Raptors jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, f...
 
 
Result of ECASC meeting expected to have significant impact on The Bahamas
Going forward, The Bahamas will be greatly impacted by the result of a very successful meeting held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, by the English Caribbean Amateur Softball Confederation (ECASC) and the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Amer...
 
 
Athletes qualify for CARIFTA at Star Performers Track Classic
Some of the top junior athletes from around the country gathered at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium on Saturday for the Star Trackers Track & Field Club’s 14th Annual Star Performers Track Classic. The Star Performers meet is one of the ma...
 
 
Title fight could be in the near future for Johnson
According to a release from the International Boxing Federation (IBF) this weekend, it appears that Bahamian middleweight Tureano Johnson could be closer to a title shot than most would expect. Although Johnson’s last attempt at getting back in th...
 
 
Timberwolves, Mystic Marlins, Royals, Lions win GSSSA titles
The Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) continued with its basketball championships over the weekend at Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. Both the C.C. Sweeting senior boys and the C.I. Gibson senior girls forced elimination...
 
 
Bahamas makes key Commonwealth Youth Games appointments
The local organizing committee (LOC) of the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) made several key appointments last week, as the group continues to prepare for the games, which are now less than 170 days away. According to a statement by CYG ...
 
 
GSSSA championships set for next week
Public schools around New Providence will vie for the opportunity to be called number one next week at the 24th annual Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Track and Field Championship that will be staged at the Thomas A. Robinson ...
 
 
On top
Senior sprinter hurdler at East Tennessee State University, Katrina Seymour, on Thursday was named as the Southern Conference’s (SOCON) Athlete of the Month for women’s indoor track and field for the month of January. At last month’s ETSU Invi...
 
 
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