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NPMAC hosts first Japan Karate-do Tournament
The New Providence Martial Arts Centre (NPMAC) recently hosted its first international training camp and tournament at the New Providence Martial Arts Centre dojo in the Shirley Street Plaza. Expected to become an annual event, the training and tour...
 
 
‘Sand Between Your Toes’ this weekend
Four local high school teams will be featured in this weekend’s ‘Sand Between Your Toes’ basketball showcase that tips off on Friday at Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. The C.I. Gibson Rattlers, C.C. Sweeting Cobras, St. Georges High Jag...
 
 
Nairn, Spartans suffer blowout loss to Kentucky
On Tuesday night, Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn and his No. 13 ranked Michigan State University (MSU) Spartans came up short in a showdown with the number two team in the nation. The Spartans were outmatched by Kentucky, falling 69-48, in the State F...
 
 
Twin sisters Brianne and Brittni Bethel to compete for Houston
Two of The Bahamas’ premier female junior sprinters will begin their collegiate careers at the University of Houston (UH) in short order, under the watchful eyes of some of the top coaches in college athletics. Brianne and Brittni Bethel, twin sis...
 
 
Just two weeks before the ‘Best of the Best’
Just about two weeks remain before the start of the final regatta in the country for the calendar year, and organizers are excited, as they intend for this one to be all inclusive in terms of the participants. Sloops from all around the country are s...
 
 
Roberts earns big victory over American Winston Lin
The only Bahamian to currently have points in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) got a big win last week, knocking off an opponent more than 500 points higher. Justin Roberts, a junior at the University of South Florida (USF), stunned Ame...
 
 
National Sports Hall of Fame
A total of 18 Bahamian sports legends were inducted into the National Sports Hall of Fame at the induction ceremony last Friday at Government House. The Class of 2016 includes The Bahamas’ first Olympic medalist in track and field Frank Rutherford,...
 
 
National Sports Hall of Fame boosts image of boxing program
Three boxing stalwarts were included in the National Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2016. This past Friday in the capital at Government House, the late former multiple heavyweight champion and co-founder of the national development boxing program Bert...
 
 
Holowesko voted to all-conference second team in men’s soccer
Bahamian Michael Holowesko, a junior at Washington College, has been named to the All-Centennial Conference second team in men’s soccer, as voted upon by the conference's 10 head coaches. It was his first all-conference selection. Holowesko, a def...
 
 
The Bahamas moves on in ‘Worlds’ qualifier
The Bahamas senior women’s volleyball team is through to the second round of the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA) qualifying series for the 2018 FIVB Women’s World Championships, after finishing second in Group C play over the week...
 
 
Jones averaging a double-double for the Wibee
Bahamian Jonquel Jones is continuing to play well in the Women’s Korean Basketball League (WKBL), and her team is following her lead. The Woori Bank Wibee is off to a 5-0 flawless start this season, winning their games by an average of 13.4 points...
 
 
McBrayer, Brown named female volleyball players of the year
Lucaya International outside hitter Carlie McBrayer was named as the GrandBahamaSports.com 2016 Senior Girls Volleyball Player of the Year last Monday. On the same day, Bishop Michael Eldon’s Royjanae Brown was named as the GrandBahamaSports.com 2...
 
 
Swift Swimming hosts annual open water race
The Swift Swimming club held its annual open water race over the weekend at Palm Cay. The race served as a qualifier for two major regional meets, CARIFTA and the CCCAN (Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation) Championships, a...
 
 
Big weekend for Bahamians in college basketball
Almost all of the Bahamian players on National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I rosters made their regular season debuts in men’s college basketball on Friday. Picking up where he left off last season, Michael Carey had a solid se...
 
 
Joanna Evans propels Texas to another win
Olympian and University of Texas sophomore swimmer Joanna Evans gave the No. 4 ranked Texas Longhorns (7-0) a huge lift down the stretch as they held on to take a 152-148 win over No. 9 California (2-1) on Friday night at the Golden Bears’ Spieker ...
 
 
Ayton signs
Deandre Ayton, who is recognized by ESPN, Yahoo Sports and a host of other high school basketball recruiting services as the No.1 ranked prospect in the nation, on Thursday signed an official letter of intent to play for the University of Arizona nex...
 
 
Coach Cal to use Bahamas trip as a bonding experience
The Kentucky Wildcats come into the 2016-17 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball season ranked as one of the top five teams in the country. They have one of the most talented freshman classes in recent history and a coach whose ...
 
 
Stadium under construction for FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017
Members of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017, along with the project managers in charge of constructing the new beach soccer facility, revealed the plans for the new state-of-the-art stadium yesterday. Next...
 
 
Hield not concerned about early struggles
Chavano “Buddy” Hield’s start to the 2016/17 National Basketball Association (NBA) season has been slow to put it modestly. The 6’4” shooting guard is averaging 9.4 points on 33.7 percent shooting from the field and just 20 percent from be...
 
 
Cartwright re-signs with the Ottawa Champions
The Ottawa Champions on Wednesday made a move to bring back Bahamian Albert Cartwright for the upcoming season. The Ottawa Champions Baseball Club is a professional baseball team based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The Champions made their debut as a ...
 
 
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