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Old Dominion, Eastern Michigan set to meet on the gridiron
The Old Dominion Monarchs and the Eastern Michigan Eagles took part in their first practice sessions in The Bahamas yesterday afternoon, taking advantage of the amenities that this tropical destination has to offer. Both teams are certainly not accu...
 
 
Senegal, Nigeria headed to The Bahamas for beach soccer world cup
A couple of teams from Africa will make the long journey to The Bahamas next April to compete in the FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 after qualifying at last week’s CAF (Confederation of African F...
 
 
Manta Rays Youth Soccer Club uses Domino’s donation to ‘pay it forward’
This holiday season, players on the Manta Rays youth soccer club are learning the true meaning of “paying it forward”. Thanks to a recent donation of 100 soccer balls from sponsor Domino’s, team officials, along with players, have decided to gi...
 
 
‘Tum Tum’ and Spartans continue to struggle
Bahamian Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. and the Michigan State Spartans continue to struggle, falling to the Northeastern Huskies over the weekend, 81-73. Nairn, who is averaging 3.6 points, 4.7 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game went scoreless in ...
 
 
Monarchs, Eagles arrive for Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
Leaving behind the winter blast that has covered most of the United States, Eastern Michigan and Old Dominion University (ODU) have arrived in Nassau, The Bahamas, preparing for the 2016 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. “It was one degree when we got on the ...
 
 
Rolle to represent the country at Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic again
Bahamian Georgette Rolle is clearing her teaching calendar and focusing on her own game for the next month. She’s determined to make her appearance in the 2017 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic her best yet. Rolle, 31, survived gusting winds and an i...
 
 
Bain falls in quarters at Junior Orange Bowl
Bahamian Jacobi Bain saw his run at a title to close out the year come to an abrupt end over the weekend. Bain fell in the boys’ 14s singles quarter-finals of the 55th Junior Orange Bowl International in Coral Gables, Florida, USA, over the weeken...
 
 
Beach soccer boys celebrate Christmas with disadvantaged students
The Bahamas’ National Beach Soccer Team recently took some time out of its busy training schedule to celebrate Christmas with more than 40 students with Down Syndrome, and other developmental challenges and disabilities. Clad in Team Bahamas jerse...
 
 
Major victorious in return to the ring
Bahamian boxers won three of the four fights at this past weekend’s Caribbean Boxing Showdown that was staged at Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. In the main event, Meacher “Major Pain” Major defeated Puerto Rican Roberto Acevedo to rema...
 
 
Six teams win Fr. Marcian titles for the first time
One of the longest running basketball tournaments in The Bahamas wrapped up over the weekend at Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. The 31st Fr. Marcian Peters Basketball Tournament featured some of the top primary, junior and intermediate girls...
 
 
Vilmar suffers knee injury in season opener for Paul VI
What was supposed to be a grand coming out party for Abaco native D’Andre Vilmar turned grim quickly as the 6-foot-4 guard suffered a knee injury just three minutes into Paul VI High School’s season opener against Timber Creek High School in Hadd...
 
 
Got his groove back
New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Chavano “Buddy” Hield looked a lot like the player he was at the University of Oklahoma in the Pels’ last game against the Indiana Pacers. Hield put up a career high 21 points on 5-8 shooting from behind the...
 
 
Bahamian boxers win big in Barbados
Two Bahamian boxers came up huge this week at the Caribbean Development Boxing Tournament that was staged in Bridgetown, Barbados. Rashield Williams, the veteran of the pair, won gold in the 69-kilogram (kg) class, while newcomer Davian Smith took b...
 
 
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl gaining in popularity
With less than a week to go before the third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, a poll put out by USA Today shows that the game has jumped up eight spots in terms of bowl games to watch. The Popeyes Bahamas Bowl finished at No. 18 out of the 40 bow...
 
 
CYG officials pleased with venue restoration since Hurricane Matthew
Although the island of New Providence sustained substantial damage from Hurricane Matthew in October, Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) officials said yesterday that they are pleased with the efforts the local organizing committee has made up to this po...
 
 
Scotiabank stages fourth annual golf invitational
Scotiabank hosted its fourth annual golf invitational in November accommodating over 60 players on the greens. The tournament always aims to encourage camaraderie more so than competition, and this year was no different with a light-hearted atmosphe...
 
 
Web.com to host two tournaments in The Bahamas
Building on a successful Hero World Challenge that wrapped up earlier this month, other Professional Golfers Association (PGA) events are planned for The Bahamas in 2017. Two events staged by the Web.com Tour, in conjunction with the Ministry of Tour...
 
 
Pure Silk classic returning to The Bahamas in 2017
With just over a month to go before the start of the 2017 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, tournament organizers are expecting some intense competition, particularly following the proceedings of the 2016 tournament. The 2017 event is scheduled for Ja...
 
 
Over 900 gymnasts to take part in Atlantis Crown this weekend
With over 900 gymnasts, local and international, set to compete in this year’s version of the Atlantis Crown gymnastics event here in The Bahamas, it is set to be the biggest to date. The 6th Annual Atlantis Crown Invitational, directed and coordi...
 
 
Miller, Jones, Seymour exemplified female sports power for The Bahamas
In recent times, propelling the Bahamian sports power brand have been female athletes. Yes, there are those exceptional male 400 meters (m) sprinters, inclusive of the Eternal One Chris Brown; Buddy Hield evolved as the best collegiate basketball pl...
 
 
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