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Smith makes three finals at NCAAs
Bahamian Teray Smith had a huge day, running three times and making three finals, as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships got underway Wednesday evening in Eugene, Oregon - also known as...
 
 
BOC names chef de mission and deputy chef for CYG Bahamas 2017
With the start of the Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) Bahamas 2017 just over a month away, Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) and CYG Local Organizing Committee (LOC) Chairman Wellington Miller, yesterday named both the chef de mission and deputy chef de...
 
 
IBA Bahamas/Get Me Recruited Super 60 Showcase set to return
For the third year in a row, local high school basketball players will have a chance to showcase and further develop their skills on a basketball court, as the International Basketball Association (IBA) Bahamas/Get Me Recruited Super 60 Showcase is s...
 
 
Bimini Regatta set for the end of June
The Bimini Regatta Committee is pleased to announce its upcoming ‘C’ Class regatta, scheduled for June 23-25, in beautiful Bimini. “We are extremely pleased to have as our partners the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources, BTC, Resort ...
 
 
BTC creates limitless moments at Long Island Regatta
Mariners proudly displayed their navigational skills in Bahamian waters during the 50th annual Long Island Regatta in Salt Pond, Long Island, over the weekend. The event was sponsored by BTC, which remains dedicated to investing in Bahamian culture ...
 
 
Charlton begins quest for NCAA title tonight
Sprint hurdler Devynne Charlton has had an amazing collegiate career up to this point. The Bahamian speedster has won eight Big Ten titles, holds school records in the 100 meters (m) dash and 100m hurdles outdoors, and the 60m hurdles indoors, and is...
 
 
Johnson/Derevyanchenko fight details are resolved
Tureano Johnson’s road to a world middleweight title fight smoothed out yesterday, as the terms of his second title eliminator were worked out and disclosed. Although there hasn’t been a date set for Johnson’s title eliminator against Sergiy D...
 
 
The Bahamas’ beach soccer team ranked No. 38 in the world
Beach Soccer Worldwide released its overall world rankings yesterday, and for the first time in the history of the program, The Bahamas senior men’s national beach soccer team is ranked in the top 40. Team Bahamas checked in at No. 38 on the list ...
 
 
Redskins coming to The Bahamas
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Doug Williams, senior personnel executive for the Washington Redskins and the first African American quarterback to play in the Super Bowl, along with legends and fans of the Redskins, will be in town this weekend for a Bahamas w...
 
 
Miller-Uibo showing some potential to go much faster
On the heels of setting a new world record in the women’s 200 meters (m) straight in Boston, Massachusetts Bahamian Shaunae Miller-Uibo is putting it all into perspective, but remaining focused on the prize at the end of the season – double gold ...
 
 
Charisma Taylor signs with the Hogs
One of the country’s most talented junior athletes, and certainly one of the most decorated at the CARIFTA level, is embarking on the next step of her athletics career. Charisma Taylor, 17, has signed a national letter of intent to be a part of a ...
 
 
Students compete in karate competition courtesy of BTC
Smokey’s Karate School has been offering top notch martial arts training to Bahamians for over 15 years. Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has stepped up again this year, having donated funds to enable karate students to compete in the 44th ...
 
 
WORLD RECORD
Shaunae Miller-Uibo had another spectacular race on Sunday. She has been among the elite in athletics for quite some time now, but now Miller-Uibo is among the absolute best ever in the history of track and field. Miller-Uibo blasted the women’s ...
 
 
Seymour looking to end collegiate career on a high note
Bahamian Katrina Seymour will be the first East Tennessee State University (ETSU) women’s athlete to represent the school at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships this week. According ...
 
 
Chisholm expected to make a full recovery from knee surgery
After undergoing potentially season-ending knee surgery early last month, Arizona Diamondbacks’ top prospect Jasrado “Jazz” Chisholm is expected to make a full recovery and be back in time for the winter instructional league, according to Gener...
 
 
Greene, Charlton earn regional awards
Bahamian Track and Field Head Coach at Purdue Rolando “Lonnie” Greene and Purdue track star Devynne Charlton picked up major regional awards this past weekend, as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Su...
 
 
Qualifiers mounting for world championships
A couple more Bahamians attained the qualifying standards for the London World Championships over the weekend, bringing the total number of Bahamian qualifiers up to eight so far. In the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Eas...
 
 
Jones notches a double-double in a losing effort for the Sun
Jonquel Jones continues to dominate down low for the Connecticut Sun in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Although her fantastic start to the season hasn’t exactly translated into wins for the Sun, the 6-foot-5 post player has ...
 
 
Bahamian Kyle Alcine signs with the NDSU Bison
One of the country’s premier young high jumpers signed a letter of intent to attend North Dakota State University (NDSU) yesterday. Kyle Alcine, who is currently ranked as one of the world’s top under-20 high jumpers, made the decision to contin...
 
 
Hield on a mission to qualify for worlds
Bahamian Carl Hield is on a mission to get back to the International Boxing Association’s (AIBA) World Championships, and to do it, he’ll have to get through the qualifiers which starts next weekend in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Hield is now into wh...
 
 
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