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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...
 
 
ESPN’s Levy, Brown and Hartung return to call Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
Veteran ESPN SportsCenter anchor Steve Levy, former Texas Head Coach Mack Brown and sideline reporter Kaylee Hartung will return to call the 2016 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl between Eastern Michigan (7-5) and Old Dominion (9-3) for ESPN, set for Friday, Dec...
 
 
BAAA opens up with Odd Distance Meet this Saturday
The Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) is hoping to keep the excitement over athletics going in the country with the staging of its first outdoor track and field meet of the new season. The BAAA Odd Distance Meet is set for this Sat...
 
 
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl to hold youth clinic ahead of big game
As many as 250 Bahamian children will benefit from the expert advice of coaches and players from USA Football on December 21 when the third Popeyes Bahamas Bowl Youth Football Leadership Clinic will be held in New Providence. The free clinic, which ...
 
 
BADC approves of McLaren reports on state-sponsored doping
The Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC) joins its peer organizations around the world in expressing appreciation to Professor Richard McLaren, of Canada, for his reports that counter state-sponsored doping. On Tuesday, BADC Chairman Dr. Jerome Lig...
 
 
‘Reno’ set to get back in the ring
After being sidelined more than a year due to a shoulder injury, Bahamian boxer Tureano Johnson (19-1, 13 KOs) is back and is expected to make his return to the ring in late January. Johnson injured his shoulder in a unanimous decision win over Iris...
 
 
Ayton back in the U.S. after visa issue
Now that University of Arizona signee DeAndre Ayton is back in Arizona, following a minor visa tiff in The Bahamas, the 7-foot-1 high school center is ready to get back to business. Ayton and the Hillcrest Academy Bruins, out of Phoenix, Arizona, tr...
 
 
Symonette looking to end collegiate career on a high note
With less than a week to go before the 2016 Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl, Jamaal Symonette and the North Carolina Central Eagles are working to ensure that they have a good showing. They felt that they were snubbed from last year’s game. Last...
 
 
Slump
Just when it seemed Chavanno “Buddy” Hield got the ball bouncing in the right direction last Sunday, scoring 16 points in 15 minutes as New Orleans fell to Oklahoma City, he struggled mightily once again from the field in both of New Orleans’ g...
 
 
Top gymnasts to participate in Atlantis Crown Invitational
Some of the top gymnasts in the world will return to The Bahamas once again next week for the sixth edition of the Atlantis Crown Gymnastics Invitational. This year’s tournament features 910 gymnasts from around the world, ranging from ages five t...
 
 
Plans to expand best of the best underway
With a successful inaugural Best of the Best regatta now history, officials of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and the Ministry of Tourism are already getting plans underway for the Best of the Best Regatta 2017. The Bahamas Ministry of To...
 
 
More upgrades to TAR national stadium
In an effort to help local athletes prepare for upcoming competitions, the National Sports Authority (NSA) has continued with its plans to fully upgrade the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, completely lifting the infield to ensure that it corresp...
 
 
Hutchinson has Niagara Knights on the right path
Assisted by a number of standout performances by Bahamian Van Hutchinson Jr., the Niagara College Knights have built a 6-1 win/loss record, which is second best in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) thus far. The OCAA is currently on a ...
 
 
National Sports Museum to be completed by February 2017
What started off as just a vision a few months ago has now become a landmark for Bahamian sports. The National Sports Museum at the World War II bunker was constructed by the National Sports Authority (NSA). It is adjacent to the Thomas A. Robinson ...
 
 
Rose adjusting to life at BYU
Despite not getting off to the start he had hoped for this season, BYU (Brigham Young University) senior point guard Lynden “LJ” Rose Jr. has shown the impact a graduate transfer can have on a program in BYU’s last few games. Rose moved from t...
 
 
ODU looking to make the most of opportunity at Popeyes Bahamas Bowl
With the third edition of the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl now less than two weeks away, Old Dominion University (ODU) has picked up the intensity at their practices with hopes of putting on a memorable performance in front of the thousands of fans that will...
 
 
The Caribs remain undefeated in the NPBA
After spending the past few seasons at the bottom of the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) standings, the University of The Bahamas (UB) Caribs, formerly the College of The Bahamas (COB) Caribs, currently sit atop the league. They are the ...
 
 
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