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Sweeting, Trojans are top seeded going into NCAA Division II Regionals
Bahamian Theodore “Trae” Sweeting Jr. and the University of Mount Olive Trojans are on to the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Baseball Southeast Regionals, where they will have a direct shot to qualify for the NCA...
 
 
Bahamian collegians turn in strong performances
Some of the top Bahamian collegiate track and field athletes were in action this past weekend in their respective conference outdoor championships. One of the biggest winners of the day was Purdue’s Devynne Charlton, who finished the 2017 Big Ten ...
 
 
Sun comes up short despite huge game from Jones
Despite a huge game on the glass by Bahamian Jonquel Jones, the Connecticut Sun couldn’t muster up enough on the offensive end of the floor to seal the deal against the Atlanta Dream in their season opener on Saturday night. Behind 19 points from T...
 
 
Miller-Uibo breezes to a win in a new world-lead in Shanghai
It didn’t take long for Bahamian Olympic Champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo to leap to the top of the world’s chart for the women’s 400 meters (m). In her first 400m race of the season on Saturday, at the International Association of Athletics Feder...
 
 
Greatest show on Earth
The top bowlers in the country will gather once again this month at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Palace to fight for the right to be considered the best male and female bowlers in the country. The 2017 Bahamas Bowling Federation (BBF) ...
 
 
Carey reflects on time at Wagner
Although he has not decided on where he will take his talents now that he is done with school, forward Michael Carey certainly boosted his professional stock during his two-year stint at Wagner College. The San Jacinto Junior College transfer arrive...
 
 
HOYTES honoring one of its chief organizers
Once again, the annual HOYTES Labour Day Classic returns to Grand Bahama. It will take place in June, and unlike years past, this year’s tournament will be put on without one of its chief organizers steering the ship. Last month, the HOYTES (Helpi...
 
 
Boyce set to headline Wellington ‘Sonny Boy’ Rahming show
The Champion Amateur Boxing Club (CABC) is about to stage another action-filled amateur boxing tournament, trying to keep the sporting discipline of boxing alive and relevant in The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The 22nd Annual Wellington “Sonny Bo...
 
 
Chavez Fernander added to Victoria HarbourCats roster
Bahamian baseball player Chavez Fernander joined the Victoria HarbourCats for the 2017 West Coast League (WCL) season earlier this week. Fernander also plays collegiately at Polk State College in Winter Haven, Florida, USA. In 18 appearances this sp...
 
 
Seymour promoted to the High-A Florida Fire Frogs
Bahamian baseball player Anfernee Seymour continues to take steps toward making his major league debut. Yesterday, the Atlanta Braves organization promoted the speedster from the Rome Braves of the South Atlantic League (SAL) to the High-A Florida F...
 
 
Etienne named athlete of the week in Stony Brook
Bahamian high jumper Jyles Etienne put himself in some elite company over the weekend. The 18-year-old, with a personal best leap of 2.20 meters (m) - 7’ 2-1/2”, logged the nation’s best indoor high jump height for high school athletes for the...
 
 
The Bahamas Bowl is set for Friday, December 22
The fourth Bahamas Bowl has been set for Friday, December 22, 2017, starting at 12:30 p.m. The game, held in the 15,000-seat Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, will be broadcasted in the United States for the fourth consecutive year by ESPN. For t...
 
 
Miller-Uibo, Thomas to compete in Shanghai
Former World Champion Donald Thomas, of The Bahamas, is back in action on the Diamond League circuit, competing this weekend, and he is bringing along with him The Bahamas’ only Olympic Champion from a year ago. Both Thomas and Shaunae Miller-Uibo...
 
 
Nittany Lions coming to The Bahamas
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Penn State men’s basketball program will get an early jump on the 2017-18 season when it takes a foreign trip to The Bahamas for three games, from August 4–11. Game dates, opponents and sites are still being finalized...
 
 
The Bahamas to host road safety campaign
In the time it took to read the headline of this story, a child somewhere in the world was hit and killed by a car on her way to school. “The statistics are alarming,” said David McLaughlin, FIA (International Automobile Federation) Project Deve...
 
 
‘Buddy’ revived rookie season with the Kings
Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield might not be among the frontrunners for the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Kia Rookie of the Year Award, but with the season he had, it appears he has found a home in Sacramento for the immediate future. ...
 
 
Barbados to host first ever CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships
MIAMI, FL — A total of 11 Caribbean triathlon federations met in Miami, Florida, USA, over the weekend with the intention of implementing the first ever CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships. After voting, it was unanimously decided that Ba...
 
 
New components added to the 2nd annual Grand Bahama Air Show
PLANTATION, Florida — The 2nd annual Grand Bahama Air Show, taking place May 19 and 20, 2017, at Taino Beach, Freeport, Grand Bahama, promises to be bigger and better than its premier show. It is already attracting scores of visitors to the island ...
 
 
The Bahamas drops match to the FIFA All-Stars
Team Bahamas can finally look forward to some much-needed rest, after making gigantic strides in the sport of beach soccer over the past year and a half. The Bahamas failed to make the top eight at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017, which...
 
 
Jyles Etienne moving up the ladder in the high jump
Bahamian Jyles Etienne is rapidly turning into one of the better junior high jumpers in the world. The 18-year-old is now well over seven feet in the high jump, clearing a personal best 2.20 meters (m) indoors — 7’ 2-1/2” — at the 46th Saint...
 
 
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