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Bahamian relay power closes out Easter Sunday
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao – A huge disqualification in the sprint relays on Easter Sunday gave The Bahamas a well-deserved gold medal at the 46th Flow CARIFTA Games here in Willemstad, Curacao. The team of Kendesha Ingraham, Devine Parker, Jaida Knowles...
 
 
Three medals on the track for The Bahamas on Saturday
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao – Megan Moss and Doneisha Anderson provided the 1-2 punch for The Bahamas in the under-18 girls 400 meters (m), finishing with gold and bronze in the CARIFTA final on Saturday. Running out of lane six with Anderson and two Jama...
 
 
‘Buddy’ glides in for new career-high
Although the National Basketball Association (NBA) regular season might be coming to an end, Chavano “Buddy” Hield continues to fire on all cylinders. In the Sacramento Kings’ final home game of the season on Tuesday night, Hield poured in a c...
 
 
Country looking to continue momentum from CARIFTA into Commonwealth Youth Games
Last weekend, the CARIFTA judo and water polo championships ran concurrently inside the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. The Bahamas won the inaugural CARIFTA Judo Championships and finished with a gold and silver in water polo. According to Commonwea...
 
 
Isaacs paying dividends for the Lake County Captains
Although the 2017-18 minor league baseball season is only into its second week, Bahamian outfielder Todd Isaacs Jr. has already emerged as one of the leaders on the field for the Lake County Captains. Isaacs and the Captains currently have a 3-3 win...
 
 
Winners emerge at KPMG Youth Winter Championships
The KPMG Youth Winter Championships was held last weekend by the Bahamas National Sailing School on Montagu Bay. This regatta is one of the four major junior events held in The Bahamas each year, and attracts sailors from a number of Family Islands. ...
 
 
Final numbers in for IAAF/BTC World Relays
The final numbers are in, and a total of 516 athletes are set to represent 34 nations in the IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017, at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium right here in Nassau, The Bahamas. The third running of the International Ass...
 
 
High Flyers win NPBA Division II title
In a nail-biting affair, the Breezes High Flyers took the New Providence Basketball Association’s (NPBA) Division II Championship, winning the best-of-five series three games to two. The High Flyers turned back the Johnson’s Truckers, 75-74, in ...
 
 
Approximately 200,000 persons attended the Sun n Fun Fly In and Expo
LAKELAND, Florida — The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism along with its hotel industry partners who attended the 43rd Annual Sun n Fun International Fly In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida, from April 4-9, are happy with the group leads and new business...
 
 
Work stops on $21 million baseball stadium
According to reports, millions of dollars are being wasted on the proposed Andre Rodgers National Baseball Stadium complex project inside the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre, which is at a standstill at this point. It is being said that Woslee Constru...
 
 
Diamond program to stage all-girls showcase
Moving away from the traditional boys basketball camps and clinics, noted coach Terrance “Red Eye” McSweeney and his team are conducting an all-girls showcase to be held right after the Easter holidays. The Diamond Basketball Development Program...
 
 
Redskins coming to The Bahamas for inaugural Doug Williams and Legends Weekend
LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. — The Washington Redskins and the Islands of The Bahamas will host the inaugural Doug Williams and Legends Weekend from June 8-11, at the Melia Hotel in Nassau, The Bahamas. The extended weekend will feature Redskins alumni and ...
 
 
The Bahamas captures gold and silver in CARIFTA water polo
The Bahamas under-16 boys national water polo team ended its time at the 2017 CARIFTA Water Polo Championships on a high note yesterday, coming from behind to edge Barbados, 5-4, in the gold medal game at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Cen...
 
 
Team Bahamas wins CARIFTA Judo
Following a grueling weekend of competition on the mats at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium, Team Bahamas emerged as the victors of the first ever CARIFTA Judo Championships. Although judo is still fairly new to The Bahamas and considered a...
 
 
Regulators, Flyers even their respective NPBA championship series
The New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) Division I and II Championships continued at the A.F. Adderley Gymnasium over the weekend. In division one action, the Mr. Ship It Regulators evened the series against the MailBoat Cybots, scoring a d...
 
 
National records for Gardiner and Brown
A couple of national records highlighted an exceptional weekend for track and field, as Bahamian athletes showed up and showed out at various track and field meets around the region. It didn’t take Murphy Town product Steven Gardiner long to get g...
 
 
‘Sports in Paradise’
With both the CARIFTA Judo and CARIFTA Water Polo Championships running concurrently this weekend at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Complex, the CARIFTA Swimming Championships set for next weekend (April 15-19), and both the International Association of ...
 
 
Soccer, equestrian championships next on school sports calendar
In an effort to further develop some of the niche sports in The Bahamas, the Ministry of Education will continue with its national championship initiative, as officials plan to host the second edition of the National High School Soccer Championships ...
 
 
Lamont Evans re-signs with Cowboys
Although he was beaten out by Mike Boynton for the position of head coach of the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team on Monday, Lamont Evans, a native of The Bahamas, has decided to re-sign with the Oklahoma State Cowboys as the team’s Associate...
 
 
Moxey continues to improve for Bluefield State College
Bahamian Kevon Moxey was the lone bright spot for the Bluefield State College men’s baseball team on Wednesday night, as the Big Blues struggled mightily in a double-header against Mars Hill University. Bluefield State allowed 34 runs between the t...
 
 
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