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Nassau, Bahamas - Listen to the reading of the unofficial results from the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade taking place in New Providence on December 26th, 2011.
Nassau, Bahamas - Dance
Bahamas School The Official School of The National Dance Company of The
Bahamas Robert J. Bain II - Executive and Artistic Director Presents
"Delights Of Christmas."
An evening with the students of Dance Bahamas School
December 17th & Saturday
December 18th, 2010 at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts
Show time: 8:00pm Nightly.
Box Office: Danc...
Everette "Elisha Obed" Ferguson is now 60. He reached that age on February 21. Today, he's not even a glimpse of his boxing peak years. In fact, he struggles to walk, his speech is slow and he needs assistance to get through each day.
Yes, he fought for long years after he should have called it a day. In March of 1980 when Fulgencio Obelmejias stopped him in three rounds, that was the big signal f...
The year 2010 has been one of great advancement for the amateur boxing national program. The Amateur Boxing Federation of The Bahamas (ABFB) enhanced its reputation through the nation’s top two amateurs, Valentino Knowles and Carl Hield.
The former won a gold medal at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games and both he and Hield won bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games. Also, they ...
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) recently announced its support of the second Annual Caribbean Boxing Showdown event.
Bahamian heavyweight champion Sherman “Tank” Williams, right, pictured with elite members of the world boxing fraternity Evander Holyfield at left and Riddick Bowe at center.
In an effort to pay homage to one of the pioneers of the sport of boxing in The Bahamas, the Major Pain Boxing Club, in conjunction with the Championship Amateur Boxing Club (CABC) will host a boxing extravaganza this Saturday at Salem Park on Kemp Road.
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
MEACHER ‘Major Pain’ Major has taken on a mammoth task. Not only is he trying to improve his professional boxing career, but he wants to make sure that the sport is kept alive.
Come February 4 at the Kendal Isaacs Gym, Major and his Major Pain Production is all set to organise the first in a series of professional shows d...
Excitement builds over 2015 Junkanoo Carnival season...