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  1. SPORTS ACADEMY PROCESS STALLED
  2. ‘BAHAMAS SHOWCASE’ GETS STAMP OF APPROVAL
  3. SAWYER SHINES AT CARIBBEAN CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
  4. JAPAN, NEW HOST NATION OF IAAF WORLD RELAYS
  5. PROMINENT BAHAMAS 2019 WORLD RELAYS PRESENCE ADVOCATED
  6. DEFENDERS SWEEP NPVA ACTION
  7. JONES CHOOSES TEXAS
  8. ‘LONNIE’ GREENE REFLECTS ON HIS CAREER
  9. BAHAMAS BASEBALL ASSOCIATION HOLDS ITS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
  10. BASTIAN, RUSSELL, FAIL TO MAKE SEMIS AT YOUTH OLYMPICS
  11. STUBBS EARNS PRO CARD IN CANADA
  12. BOC RATIFIES YOUTH OLYMPICS TEAM
  13. BOWLING BLUES
  14. Membership of the Bahamas Football Association
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  16. ISF Hall of Fame
  17. Chandra Sturrup
  18. TRUCKERS BEAT THE HITMEN
  19. TURNQUEST VICTORIOUS AT FIFTH CLASSIC OF BPGT
  20. ATHLETES WHO TAKE COUNTRY TO GREAT HEIGHTS SHOULD BE REWARDED IN KIND
  21. BBF TO HOST A NIGHT OF BOXING ON OCT. 26
  22. BAHAMAS JUDO TEAM READY FOR WORLD JUNIORS
  23. BADC: OUT-OF-COMPETITION TESTING FOR ALL ATHLETES
  24. FINANCIAL BOWLING LEAGUE ROUND-UP
  25. AYTON MAKES IMMEDIATE IMPACT AT TRAINING CAMP
  26. BURROWS, AUGUSTIN-FAIRELL MAKE SEASON DEBUTS IN FRANCE
  27. BUDDY AND KINGS OPEN TRAINING CAMP WITH NEW LOOK, UPTEMPO OFFENCE
  28. DECISION DAY LOOMS LARGE FOR KAI JONES
  29. EXCITEMENT THROUGHOUT OLE MISS CAMPUS WITH GB COACH YO’S COMPELLING PRESENCE
  30. CONCACAF PRESIDENT VISITS THE BAHAMAS
  31. THE BPGT LEADERBOARD HEATS UP FOR ROUND FIVE
  32. ATHLETIC MENTOR REV. WILLIAMS PERSEVERES IN MOORE’S ISLAND
  33. KYLE ROSE’S SIUE HALL OF FAME INDUCTION BOOSTS FAMILY LEGACY
  34. MEACHER MAJOR, ASSOCIATES PUSHING  AHEAD FOR RETIREMENT BOXING SHOW
  35. TRUCKERS LIVE TO SEE ANOTHER DAY BEHIND DAVIS’ ONE-HITTER; HITMEN STILL LEAD 3-2
  36. CAREY HEADS TO MEXICO
  37. JASRADO CHISHOLM NAMED D-BACKS MILB PLAYER OF THE YEAR
  38. THE BAHAMAS RUGBY ASSOCIATION IS ALIV
  39. RUN FOR POMPEY SET FOR NOV. 10
  40. WILDCATS DEMOLISH TRUCKERS TO GO UP 3-1
  41. FORBES, HITMEN SHUT OUT TRUCKERS
  42. Enthusiastic exchange program sparked development of softball
  43. BOC OFFICIALS PREPARING FOR 2019 PAN AM GAMES
  44. PAT STRACHAN SIGNIFICANTLY POSITIONED TO HELP WITH AMATEUR BOXING PROGRAM
  45. BAHAMAS’ “AMATEUR BOXING” FRATERNITY UNDER MICROSCOP
  46. Relay coordinator defends Gardiner’s ‘no-run’ at IAAF Worlds
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  48. Kudos To The Founders Of Maxd Sports Academy
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  50. Gov’t Spending Millions On IAAF Games
  51. Lw Young Junior High’s Invitational Tourney Starts Today
  52. Gsssa Reverting Back To Their Old Schedule
  53. Providence Basketball Association
  54. Bahamas Ties With Seven Other Countries For 16th Place At Pan American Junior Championships
  55. What will happen in Moscow?
  56. WILDCATS SUFFER SETBACK WITH LOSS TO SCORPIONS
  57. BBF IN BASEBALL PLAYERS’ GOV’T SUBVENTION TALKS
  58. Women sprint relay resurgence
  59. Who will be the fastest and strongest at Track Meet?
  60. Williams and Matthews outstanding on and off the track
  61. Cherubims, Suns Control Openers In Best-Of-Three
  62. Churchill ‘Tenner’ Knowles
  63. Leon ‘Apache’ Knowles
  64. I.S.F Hall of Fame

  • SPORTS ACADEMY PROCESS STALLED - Sports Scope Sports Academy process stalled HON. LANISHA ROLLE …Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture One positive aspect about former Prime Minister Perry Christie was how good he proved to be in initiating meaningful projects. The magnificent Baha Mar hospitality complex in New Providence on the West Bay Strip, that hallmark facility, is a case...
  • ‘BAHAMAS SHOWCASE’ GETS STAMP OF APPROVAL - Theo Neilly, Lanisha Rolle, Dionisio D’Aguilar and Jeff Rodgers were among the dignitaries at the Towson University press conference in Baltimore, Maryland. MINISTERS of Sports and Tourism, Lanisha Rolle and D’ionisio D’Aguilar respectively, put their stamp of approval on the return of the ‘Islands of the Bahamas Showcase’ for the third time in November by...
  • SAWYER SHINES AT CARIBBEAN CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS -   Lorin Sawyer LORIN Sawyer was the lone representative from the Bahamas Cycling Federation to compete in the Caribbean Cycling Championships in the Dominican Republic last week. Sawyer, from Abaco, was accompanied by coach Rowshan Jones as he finished 14th overall in the 30 kilometre time trial race on Saturday, which enabled him to place...
  • JAPAN, NEW HOST NATION OF IAAF WORLD RELAYS - Well, officially now, the International Association of Athletic Federations’ (IAAF)World Relays is directly associated with a new host nation. The IAAF has been on the hunt for several months for a new host country, ever since the government of The Bahamas dropped one of its flagship events from the national list of priorities. Over the...
  • PROMINENT BAHAMAS 2019 WORLD RELAYS PRESENCE ADVOCATED - Michael Mathieu. October 16, 2018  Fred Sturupp 0 27Views The Bahamas will not be hosting the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) fourth edition of the World Relays, but being synonymous with the first three events, dictates, I believe, that we strive to have a strong presence in Yokohama, Japan next May 11-12.  It is...
  • DEFENDERS SWEEP NPVA ACTION - A Defenders player sets the ball for a spike against Da Basement in Sunday action in the New Providence Volleyball Association men’s division at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium. The Defenders won in three straight sets. The Lady Defenders defeated the Truckers in five sets in the women’s division. TORRELL GLINTON October 16, 2018  Simba French...
  • JONES CHOOSES TEXAS - No. 2 prospect to commit to the Longhorns Kai Jones. October 16, 2018  Simba French 0 58Views Bahamian four-star and ESPN’s number 45 ranked high school basketball player, Kai Jones, has decided to take his talents to the University of Texas and play for the Longhorns next fall. Jones made the decision last night in...
  • ‘LONNIE’ GREENE REFLECTS ON HIS CAREER - Rolando ‘Lonnie’ Greene (left) is shown with athletes Devyenne Charlton and Carmiesha Cox and coach Norbert Elliott. As of Friday, October 12, 2018 Sign in to favorite this DiscussComment, Blog about Share thisEmail, Facebook, Twitter #ROLANDO ‘Lonnie’ Greene is grateful to have been afforded the opportunity to move from one head coaching job in college track and field...
  • BAHAMAS BASEBALL ASSOCIATION HOLDS ITS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - Upvote0 As of Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Sign in to favorite this DiscussComment, Blog about Share thisEmail, Facebook, Twitter THE Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) held its first Annual General Meeting and Congress since its unification with baseball leagues scattered across the Bahamas.Delegates from the islands of Eleuthera, Grand Bahama and New Providence – representing Junior Baseball League of...
  • BASTIAN, RUSSELL, FAIL TO MAKE SEMIS AT YOUTH OLYMPICS - Bahamian Victoria Russell finished fourth in her heat and 27th overall in the girls 50m butterfly at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Tuesday. The other Bahamian swimmer in action, Izaak Bastian, was eighth in his heat and 29th overall in the boys 50m free in 24.13 seconds. FILE October 10,...
  • STUBBS EARNS PRO CARD IN CANADA - She became the seventh Bahamian to earn a pro card in bodybuilding and fitness this year Grand Bahamian Tameka ‘Tammy’ Stubbs became the seventh Bahamian to earn a pro card in bodybuilding and fitness this year, winning the body fitness overall title at the IFBB Diamond Cup Montreal 2018 in Laval, Quebec, Canada, over the...
  • BOC RATIFIES YOUTH OLYMPICS TEAM - Izaak Bastian will be swimming in four events at the Youth Olympics — the men’s 50 meters (m) freestyle, and the 50m, 100m and 200m breaststroke. FILE PHOTO October 1, 2018  The Nassau Guardian The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) has ratified the Bahamian team that will be leaving tomorrow for Buenos Aires, Argentina, set for competition in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games. The...
  • BOWLING BLUES - BBF Women’s team scoring above average but struggles at PABCON The Bahamas Bowling Federation national women’s team in the Dominican Republic. BBF September 29, 2018  Simba French The Bahamas Bowling Federation (BBF) national women’s team is currently battling against the top countries in the Pan-American Bowling Confederation (PABCON) Women’s Championships  at the Sebelen Bowling Center in Santo...
  • Membership of the Bahamas Football Association -   Released Monday, April 8, 2002 at 11:10 am EST by Shavaughn Gordon-Moss Sealy returned as soccer boss for 3rd term By SHAVAUGHN MOSS NG Sports Reporter Membership of the Bahamas Football Association unanimously voted for Anton Sealy to lead them for a third consecutive term at the association’s annual general meeting and election of...
  • test post for baseball links - test link BASEBALL BAHAMAS Walcott leads JBLN into 30th season Jeffrey Walcott has been appointed as the new president of the Junior Baseball League of Nassau.   The Nassau Guardian 0 64Views The Board of Directors of the Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) has announced that Jeffrey Walcott has assumed the role of president...
  • ISF Hall of Fame - Member Associations Abaco, Andros, Bimini, Eleuthera, Exuma, Grand Bahama, Inagua, Long Island, New Providence & Spanish Wells Leon Knowles Churchill Knowles Neko Grant Arthur Thompson Sidney Fernander Douglas Douggy Smith Greg Christie Candice Culmer Richard Johnson Austin” King Snake” Knowles Godfrey Pinder Naomi “Nay” Ellis Alfred “Ali” Culmer Linda Ford Romell Knowles Oria Wood Knowles Burket Dorsette Godfrey...
  • Chandra Sturrup - A legendary Bahamian track and field sprinting phnom has closed the curtain on her decorated career. Chandra Sturrup, whose track and field career spanned over 24 years from 1988 – 2012, announced at the BAAA National Track & Field Championships held at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex on Saturday June 22 that she has officially...
  • TRUCKERS BEAT THE HITMEN - They came back from three games to one to win NPSA championship The Commando Security Truckers won the NPSA men’s championship at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday night, successfully coming back from a three-games-to-one deficit to win the title. The Truckers prevailed, 6-5, in game seven. SIMBA FRENCH October 1, 2018  Simba French...
  • TURNQUEST VICTORIOUS AT FIFTH CLASSIC OF BPGT - Keno Turnquest won the pro division at the fifth classic of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour last Friday. He shot a two-over par 74. SIMBA FRENCH October 1, 2018  Simba French s Keno Turnquest walked away victorious from the fifth classic of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) last Friday afternoon, defeating fourth classic winner Greg Maycock by...
  • ATHLETES WHO TAKE COUNTRY TO GREAT HEIGHTS SHOULD BE REWARDED IN KIND - Demetrius Pinder  Fred Sturupp The subject today is East Grand Bahama native Demetrius Pinder. Based on my interaction with him recently, the former National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion is down on his luck as an athlete. It is heart-wrenching to ponder Pinder’s situation. Just a short while back, he was one of the finest...
  • BBF TO HOST A NIGHT OF BOXING ON OCT. 26 - Vincent Strachan (left), president of the Bahamas Boxing Federation and Chris Joy, I Fight Promotions. Simba French  The Bahamas Boxing Federation (BBF) and I Fight Promotions is set to host an exciting night of amateur and professional fight cards at Kendal G. L. Isaacs National Gymnasium on Friday October 26. It will see long-time Bahamian...
  • BAHAMAS JUDO TEAM READY FOR WORLD JUNIORS - The Bahamas judo team. Bahamas Judo Federation There will be 79 countries and over 700 athletes, coaches and delegates that will descend on the shores of The Bahamas to take part in the Judo World Championships Juniors and Teams from October 17 to October 21 at the Imperial Ballroom, Atlantis, Paradise Island. D’Arcy Rahming, president...
  • BADC: OUT-OF-COMPETITION TESTING FOR ALL ATHLETES - IN order for athletes to become and remain compliant they must make themselves available for out-of-competition testing. All athletes are required to submit whereabouts to the Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission, according to Christopher Thompson, the doping control education and testing co-ordinator for the BADC. Thompson said some athletes are entered into a general, national and/or registered...
  • FINANCIAL BOWLING LEAGUE ROUND-UP - Upvote THE top scorer in Financial Bowling League competition last night was Hulan Hanna of BTC Night Hawks with a 226 high game and a 583 high three game set. Runner-up was Marcharia McDonald of Strike Force with a 202 second high game and a 573 second high set. The ladies’ most valuable player was...
  • AYTON MAKES IMMEDIATE IMPACT AT TRAINING CAMP - Upvote0 Phoenix Suns’ Deandre Ayton speaks during media day at the team’s practice facility in Phoenix. (AP Photos/Jack Dempsey) DEANDRE Ayton has made an immediate impact on the Phoenix Suns after one official day of training camp. “Today was a hello, it wasn’t that bad,” Ayton said. “It’s a lot of details, they are throwing...
  • BURROWS, AUGUSTIN-FAIRELL MAKE SEASON DEBUTS IN FRANCE - Upvote Jaraun “Kino” Burrows THE French Pro A League tipped off the 2018-19 season and both Bahamian players made their season debuts. Jaraun “Kino” Burrows and his Fos-Sue-Mur Provence Byers competed in Pro A for the first time while Jonathan Augustin-Fairell played his first games with Cholet Basket. Burrows finished with four points, four rebounds...
  • BUDDY AND KINGS OPEN TRAINING CAMP WITH NEW LOOK, UPTEMPO OFFENCE - Sacramento guard Buddy Hield. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki) THE Sacramento Kings opened training camp with a new look, uptempo offence aimed at improving their pace headed into the 2018-19 campaign. That uptempo offence got its first look on day one of camp with the players spending most of their time running the floor. Guys hate running,...
  • DECISION DAY LOOMS LARGE FOR KAI JONES - Upvote0 Kai Jones Decision day looms large for Bahamian prep basketball star Kai Jones as he narrowed his final list of schools this week. Jones announced via social media that he will decide between the Florida State Seminoles, Texas Longhorns and Baylor Bears to determine which programme he will join for the Fall 2018 campaign....
  • EXCITEMENT THROUGHOUT OLE MISS CAMPUS WITH GB COACH YO’S COMPELLING PRESENCE - September 28, 2018  Fred Sturupp Recently I had a chat with the University of Mississippi’s communications specialist, Ty Wooten, and the euphoria surrounding the presence of Grand Bahama’s Coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin on campus, in the capacity of chief of the women’s basketball program, was emphasized. “We are really happy to have her here. We are...
  • CONCACAF PRESIDENT VISITS THE BAHAMAS - CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani (left) greets Desmond Bannister, minister of public works. CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani (left) greets Desmond Bannister, minister of public works. September 27, 2018  The Nassau Guardian 0 33Views Victor Montagliani, president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), visited the island for a brief visit as he...
  • THE BPGT LEADERBOARD HEATS UP FOR ROUND FIVE - Lemon Gorospe.  September 27, 2018  The Nassau Guardian 0 32Views The Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) is excited to bring to an audience of professional and amateur golfers round five in the Signature Series of Professional Golf Tournament Play, this Friday, September 28th at The Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar. Moreover, this event pays homage to...
  • ATHLETIC MENTOR REV. WILLIAMS PERSEVERES IN MOORE’S ISLAND - September 25, 2018  Fred Sturupp 0 53Views Six years after an exploratory Ministry of Sports delegation visited Moore’s Island and came away determined that a sports complex was essential and deserving, the venerable Rev. Anthony Williams, the esteemed track and field coach, still has to be satisfied with an uneven field to train youngsters of...
  • KYLE ROSE’S SIUE HALL OF FAME INDUCTION BOOSTS FAMILY LEGACY - September 26, 2018  Fred Sturupp 0 69Views Jacob Rose, Cecil Rose, Lynden Rose and Sharon Rose have etched significant chapters in Bahamian sports history. Indeed, the Rose clan members, individually, have been instrumental in enhancing the Bahamian Sports Brand. Collectively, they compare favorably with other mega sports families of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, such...
  • MEACHER MAJOR, ASSOCIATES PUSHING  AHEAD FOR RETIREMENT BOXING SHOW - Meacher ‘Major Pain’ Major (right). September 27, 2018  Fred Sturupp 0 32Views Several proposed professional boxing shows are having challenges. The promoters have had to make ongoing new arrangements, thus pushing back dates. However, Meacher Major confirmed earlier this week that his retirement show will in fact happen this year, although he acknowledged another date...
  • TRUCKERS LIVE TO SEE ANOTHER DAY BEHIND DAVIS’ ONE-HITTER; HITMEN STILL LEAD 3-2 - Commando Security Truckers pitcher Thomas Davis pitches a ball to a C&S Hitmen batter during Tuesday night’s action in the New Providence Softball Association men’s division championship series. The Truckers won 8-1, setting up for game six tonight at 8 p.m. The Hitmen lead the series 3-2. TORRELL GLINTON  September 27, 2018  Simba French 0...
  • CAREY HEADS TO MEXICO - Michael Carey Jr. (right) brings the ball up the court in this file photo. FILE September 26, 2018  Simba French 84Views Former Wagner College star guard Michael Carey Jr., a member of The Bahamas’ national basketball team, has taken his talents to Mexico. Carey will be playing for Huracanes de Tampico. Huracanes de Tampico plays in the...
  • JASRADO CHISHOLM NAMED D-BACKS MILB PLAYER OF THE YEAR - ‘If you work hard, it will pay off some day’ Jasrado Chisholm. To show the quality of baseball players that The Bahamas has produced, The Bahamas’ Jasrado Chisholm was named the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Minor League Baseball player of the year yesterday. Winning the Diamondbacks best pitcher of the year award was Taylor Widener. Chisholm said...
  • THE BAHAMAS RUGBY ASSOCIATION IS ALIV - BRA President Manoli Russos with Aliv executive team members and members of the BRA. BRA Aliv has proudly solidified its exclusive three-year $30,0000 telecommunications sponsorship of the Bahamas Rugby Association (BRA). Chief Aliv Partner Alan Bates, Aliv General Manager of New Providence Patrice Thompson and Aliv Network Builder Michael Evans joined BRA President Manoli Russos and other BRA members...
  • RUN FOR POMPEY SET FOR NOV. 10 - Suzy Eneas crosses the finish line in first place during the third annual Run For Pompey in Georgetown, Exuma last year with her two young sons, who joined her on the last leg of the ultra marathon. FILE The fourth edition of the Run for Pompey Marathon is set for Saturday, November 10 in George...
  • WILDCATS DEMOLISH TRUCKERS TO GO UP 3-1 - The Sunshine Auto Wildcats’ Shonda Bethel scores during her team’s 17-5 victory over the Johnson Lady Truckers on Saturday night in game four of the NPSA women’s division fourth game in their best of seven championship series. The Wildcats lead the series 3-1. TORRELL GLINTON  After dominating the Johnson Lady Truckers in game three, the...
  • FORBES, HITMEN SHUT OUT TRUCKERS - C&S Hitmen pitcher Alcott Forbes in action during his team’s 3-0 victory over the Commando Security Truckers on Saturday night, in game four of their best-of-seven championship series in the NPSA men’s division. The Hitmen lead the series 3-1. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL Pitcher Alcott Forbes had a solo home run and struck out 14 batters...
  • Enthusiastic exchange program sparked development of softball - Four decades ago, The Bahamas was noted worldwide for its softball prowess. In fact, on both sides of the gender line, The Bahamas had earned upper echelon status as the No. 3 ranked country in the world. For sure, we were that good in softball. It is important to note, that while we have had...
  • BOC OFFICIALS PREPARING FOR 2019 PAN AM GAMES - BOC REPRESENTATIVES – Bahamas Olympic Committee president Romell Knowles, right, and Secretary General Derron Donaldson attended the Pan Am Sports General Assembly in Lima ,Peru earlier this week. Earlier this week, Bahamas Olympic Committee President Romell Knowles and Secretary General Derron Donaldson attended the Pan Am Sports General Assembly in Lima, Peru in furtherance of...
  • PAT STRACHAN SIGNIFICANTLY POSITIONED TO HELP WITH AMATEUR BOXING PROGRAM - Cephas Bowe was the first light heavyweight champion in the history of amateur boxing in The Bahamas. He was followed by Pat Strachan, who went on to have a creditable professional career; become appointed Bahamas Boxing Commission (BBF) Chairman; and expand his outreach for the sport in being the founding president of the Retired Boxers...
  • BAHAMAS’ “AMATEUR BOXING” FRATERNITY UNDER MICROSCOP -   FROM LEFT Roy Colebrooke, Vincent Strachan and Alvin Sargent. The Government of The Bahamas, through the Boxing Rules Act of 1990, established the controlling arm of the professional segment of the sport. Accordingly, the Cabinet of The Bahamas appoints the Bahamas Boxing Commission, its chairman and all of the members. A clause in the...
  • Relay coordinator defends Gardiner’s ‘no-run’ at IAAF Worlds - HomeSports ScopeRelay coordinator defends Gardiner’s ‘no-run’ at IAAF Worlds Bahamian national record holder in the men’s 200m and 400m Steven Gardiner. June 8, 2018 Fred Sturupp 1 159Views Sensational sprinter Steven Gardiner is still in limbo, but a strong voice has come out in support of him. Last August, it was reported to the Bahamas...
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  • Kudos To The Founders Of Maxd Sports Academy - IT wasn’t so long ago that a bitter dispute within the Bahamas Baseball Association led to the formation of the Bahamas Baseball Federation and subsequently the operation of both Freedom Farm and the Junior Baseball League of Nassau in the eastern district of New Providence. Not so long ago, former minister of youth, sports and...
  • B O C - Despite having his 2012 London Olympics 4 x 400 metre relay medal stolen, and rebounding from an injury in April that ended his season, quarter-miler Demetrius Pinder said he’s still upbeat as he continues to train hard in Bradenton, Florida. Pinder, 24, is training with American world champion LaShawn Merritt at the IMG Academy that...
  • Gov’t Spending Millions On IAAF Games -  by Rogan Smith The government will spend $3 million to $5 million to host the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Relays next year and an additional $3 million to $5 million the following year, according to Youth, Sports & Culture Minister Dr. Daniel Johnson. According to the minister, 700 of the best athletes...
  • Lw Young Junior High’s Invitational Tourney Starts Today - FOR the second consecutive year, one junior high school plans to give young basketball players an early headstart on an eagerly anticipated upcoming season. The LW Young Junior High School is scheduled to host its second annual invitational tournament at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium November 8-9. The tournament is expected to feature 12 teams throughout...
  • Gsssa Reverting Back To Their Old Schedule - WHEN the new school year begins on Monday, Government Secondary Schools Sports Association president Alfred Forbes doesn’t anticipate any changes in their coaching ranks. But he said the athletes can look forward to a change in the line-up of the disciplines. The GSSSA, which caters to 12 junior and senior high schools, will be reverting...
  • Providence Basketball Association - under Eugene HortonNew Providence Basketball Association Press Conference Centrobasket U17 Championship for Women The U17 girls team leave on the 27th August 2013 for San Salvador, El Salvador Below are the specifics regarding the team. Head Coach – Mrs. Varel Clarke-Davis First Assistant Coach – Ms. Charlene Smith Second Assistant Coach – Mr. Deven Johnson...
  • Bahamas Ties With Seven Other Countries For 16th Place At Pan American Junior Championships - BY virtue of getting a bronze medal from Andre Colebrooke, the Bahamas’ four-member team finished tied with seven other countries for 16th place at the 17th Pan American Junior Championships in Medellin, Colombia. In the official results from the three-day meet, Colebrooke ran one minute and 51.47 seconds for third place in the men’s 800...
  • What will happen in Moscow? - Shaunae Miller – Bahamas It has been nearly one year since the London Olympic Games and two years since the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea. 
Even though several superstar athletes will not be competing due to a variety of reasons, we anticipate that the competition will be great for the athletes, the fans in...
  • WILDCATS SUFFER SETBACK WITH LOSS TO SCORPIONS - WHILE the Dorin United Hitmen kept their playoff hopes alive in the men’s division of the New Providence Softball Association, the Wildcats are finding it difficult to survive in the ladies division. On Thursday night at the Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting complex, the Wildcats suffered another setback as they were out-slugged 23-16...
  • BBF IN BASEBALL PLAYERS’ GOV’T SUBVENTION TALKS - BASEBALL in the Bahamas has experienced a resurgence in recent years with milestones at both the local developmental and international level. Now the local governing body seeks assistance for their elite athletes in the sport. With the ascension of Antoan Richardson to the Major Leagues, the Bahamas Baseball Federation has engaged in dialogue to add...
  • Women sprint relay resurgence - ‘*Hawk’ confident women’s 4x100m relay squad can return to the medal podium Bahamian Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie pictured after crossing the finish line in second place in the Women’s 4x100m relay final at the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Berlin, Germany. The women’s sprint relay squad was the last set of qualifiers for Team Bahamas for this...
  • Who will be the fastest and strongest at Track Meet? - “To be the best, you need to beat the best.” The fastest and strongest primary school athletes will be showcased at the 2011 GBPSAA Track and Field Championships which starts this morning at 10:00 a.m. at the GB Sports Complex. Competition among Grand Bahamas’ best track and field athletes will be fierce. Records could fall....
  • Williams and Matthews outstanding on and off the track - With the Olympic Games just about one year off, and with athletes trying to decide whether or not they will have what it takes to make it to the prestigious level in Track and Field, perhaps two Grand Bahama athletes are already proving that they indeed have what it takes to compete in the Olympics....
  • Cherubims, Suns Control Openers In Best-Of-Three - Teleos Cherubims in action against Zion Academy. Photo: Shawn Hanna/Tribune staff As of Tuesday, March 5, 2019D #By BRENT STUBBS #Senior Sports Reporter #bstubbs@tribunemedia.net#Temple Christian Suns and Teleos Cherubims controlled the outcome of the opening games in their respective best-of-three Bahamas Scholastic Sports Association’s best-of-three championship series at the DW Davis Gymnasium yesterday. #In their...
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  • NEW BAAA CHIEF SEEMS PREPARED FOR DEMANDING ROLE - All that can be truthfully said thus far about new Bahamas Association of Athletics Association (BAAA) President Drumeco Archer, is that he is responding quite well, initially, to the demands to be dealt with if the pre-elections cycle promises are to be fulfilled. Last Saturday, Archer and his slate virtually trampled incumbent president Rosamunde Carey...
  • THE BAHAMAS TIES WITH ANGUILLA - Godet hints of stepping down; team to play Dominica in March The Bahamas and Anguilla battled to a 1-1 tie at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium last night. Shown is striker Lesley St. Fleur on the attack for The Bahamas during the match. TORRELL GLINTON In front of about 800 fans, Team Bahamas gave...
  • CHISHOLM LISTED AS A BREAKOUT PROSPECT; FOX ALSO HAD PROGRESSIVE SEASON - Bahamian Jasrado Chisholm was listed as one of the breakout prospects of the Arizona Fall League this year. He and the Salt River Rafters fell to fellow Bahamian Lucius Fox and the Peoria Javelinas, 3-2, in the championship game of the Arizona Fall League. Following a progressive year for both Lucius Fox and Jasrado Chisholm,...
  • HIELD, AYTON CONTINUE TO IMPRESS - Hield posting career-high numbers in points, rebounds and assists; Ayton averaging a double-double Chavano ‘Buddy’ Hield. AP A little over a month into the National Basketball Association (NBA) season, the country’s two most established players continue to produce at a very high level, making progress at the highest level of basketball. Sharp-shooting Sacramento Kings’ guard...
  • HIELD, KINGS HEADING TOWARD MULTI-YEAR CONTRACT - The statistics line was representative of an authentic National Basketball Association (NBA) star. The superstar status has not yet been attained, but without a doubt, Bahamian Chavano ‘Buddy’ Hield, the starting shooting guard for the Sacramento Kings, is beyond being just a ‘rising star’ as he has brought consistency into his game, during this, his third...

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