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Registration for Marathon Bahamas relay up 65 percent
Registration for the Sunshine Insurance Marathon Bahamas (SIMB) relay is trending ahead of the 2015 numbers by about 65 percent. In 2016, the relay was a sold-out event. Marathon Bahamas will be held on January 15, 2017, a day after the 7th Annual S...
 
 
The Nassau Guardian’s Senior Male Athlete of the Year
For Chavano “Buddy” Hield’s legendary run at the University of Oklahoma, which resulted in him being picked sixth in this year’s National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft, combined with the impact the Grand Bahama native has had on the spor...
 
 
Tum Tum looking to pick up his offensive game
After he turned in a 13-point performance for Michigan State in a 75-74 overtime win over Minnesota on Tuesday, Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn now looks to find some consistency on offense, after struggling through his last few games. “I haven’t p...
 
 
The Nassau Guardian’s: Senior Female Athlete of the Year
Shaunae Miller had one of the all-time great years by a Bahamian athlete, so it really was a no-brainer that she was chosen as The Nassau Guardian’s Senior Female Athlete of the Year for 2016. Miller was a unanimous selection, winning with 30 poin...
 
 
Carey, Wagner looking to avenge NEC championship loss
Conference play in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men’s basketball action begins this week, which means Michael Carey and his Wagner Seahawks can now officially put last year’s Northeastern Conference (NEC) Tournament championshi...
 
 
Sunland, Tabby pick up wins in international competition
A pair of local high school basketball teams emerged victorious in different Christmas tournaments abroad yesterday. The Sunland Baptist Stingers took down East Lee County High School to win Oasis High School’s 4th Annual Santa Slam Basketball Tou...
 
 
The Nassau Guardian’s: Junior Male Athlete of the Year
Bahamian DeAndre Ayton was a runaway choice for The Nassau Guardian’s Junior Male Athlete of the Year honor, winning unanimously with 30 points over a talented field of athletes. Ayton was simply dominant this year, averaging a double-double in 20...
 
 
Jeffery Gibson looking for redemption this season
After he surged to the forefront of Bahamian track and field in 2015, national record holder in the men’s 400 meters (m) hurdles Jeffery Gibson failed to capitalize on that success in 2016, as he was hampered by injury, and had a disappointing show...
 
 
‘Tum Tum’ comes up huge for the Spartans
Despite the fact that Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. was forced to wear a walking boot for precautionary reasons earlier this week, the junior guard still gave a valiant effort off the bench on Wednesday night in Michigan State’s 75-74 overtime w...
 
 
The Nassau Guardian’s
Bahamian Serena Brown is making a name for herself, and her country, in the throws. She was voted as The Nassau Guardian’s Junior Female Athlete of the Year for 2016 after an outstanding year in athletics, setting personal best marks, breaking nat...
 
 
Knowles, Houston fall to Harvard in men’s college basketball
Collegiate senior forward Danrad “Chicken” Knowles and his University of Houston Cougars saw their three–game win streak snapped on Friday night, after they blew a nine-point lead late in a 57-56 loss at home to Harvard. The Cougars finished n...
 
 
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl was promoted aggressively in the U.S.
This year’s Popeyes Bahamas Bowl was anticipated to be the grandest edition of the postseason bowl game ever for several reasons, one of them being the increased attention the game received, due to the fact that it was marketed aggressively both lo...
 
 
Bowl a smash!
Thousands of football fans, both local and international, flocked to the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium yesterday for the third annual Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. Although there has been no official count issued as yet, this year's game easily surpas...
 
 
CGF announces lineups for upcoming games
With the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) just a matter of months away, the 48 international sides invited to compete at the games were unveiled yesterday. The 2017 CYG will be hosted in New Providence from July 19 to 23. The record setting line...
 
 
Game day!
What could be the biggest American football game ever played in The Bahamas, kicks off today at 1 p.m. at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl features the Eastern Michigan Eagles and the Old Dominion Mo...
 
 
Tabernacle wins 10th straight GBSSAA senior girls softball title
Celebrating championships with sighs of relief rather than screams of joy has, in recent times, been an annual tradition for the Tabernacle Baptist Falcons senior girls’ softball team. The program, burdened by sky-high expectations at the peak of ...
 
 
New field at TAR Stadium draws rave reviews
Along with the actual in-game highlights today, one of the things that’s projected to stand out most about this year’s Popeyes Bahamas Bowl is the newly designed infield at Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. It was constructed and is being main...
 
 
Young Bahamians get a taste of American football
Keeping consistent with their plan of developing the sport of American football locally, starting at the youth level, organizers of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl held their third annual youth clinic yesterday, ahead of the big game on Friday. Over 70 kid...
 
 
Athletes shine bright at national judo/archery tournament
Over 70 athletes from New Providence, Abaco and Freeport, Grand Bahama competed over the weekend at the country’s first ever judo and archery national tournament. The inaugural event was designed as a qualifying event for local athletes ahead of s...
 
 
Ayton shines at City of Palms Tournament
ESPN top recruit in the high school Class of 2017 DeAndre Ayton continues to prove why he’s considered the best high school player in the nation. This time, the 7-foot center put together two strong performances at the City of Palms Tournament, whi...
 
 
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