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Sands plots the way forward for NACAC
Sands plots the way forward for NACAC

July 19, 2019

From humble beginnings as a young up-and-coming athlete from Bain Town all the way to the top spot of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC)...

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Jeff Rodgers camp comes to an end
Jeff Rodgers camp comes to an end

July 19, 2019

The Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp, one of the biggest and most successful summer basketball camps in The Bahamas, wraps up its 32nd year today, and Jeff Rodgers, the founder, had a few hands on deck...

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Protest unsuccessful Team Bahamas remains out of semis
Protest unsuccessful Team Bahamas remains out of semis

July 19, 2019

Team Bahamas’ last hope for a semifinal spot at the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships currently ongoing in Willemstad, Curaçao...

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Atlantis, Paradise Island Welcomes the P1 Aquax Bahamas World Championship

July 18, 2019

The personal watercraft world championship will be hosted by the iconic oceanside resort, in partnership with The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation & the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board...Championship event will take place on Nassau Harbour from November 8th-10th

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Team Bahamas blanks the Dominican Republic
Team Bahamas blanks the Dominican Republic

July 18, 2019

Team Bahamas gave a much better performance on Wednesday, and it resulted in a victory, as they ended pool play with a 3-2 win/loss record at the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships in Willemstad, Curaçao...

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Johnson faces tough test tonight against Quigley

July 18, 2019

The odds are against Tureano Johnson. The Bahamian middleweight champion has not won a fight since March of 2017. He has fought twice in two years, resulting in a technical knockout loss (against Sergiv Derevyanchenko of the Ukraine) and a draw (against Fernando Castaneda of [...]

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Munnings signs with ADA Blois in France
Munnings signs with ADA Blois in France

July 18, 2019

Another Bahamian basketball player is headed to France to play professional basketball. This time it’s Travis Munnings, former University of Louisiana-Monroe (ULM) Warhawks standout player who reached an agreement with Abeille des Aydes (ADA) Blois Basket 41, commonly known as ADA Blois...

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BOC to assist federations in preparing funding requests

July 17, 2019

The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) is prepared to be of assistance.

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The Bahamas overpowered by Cuba

July 17, 2019

Team Bahamas took one on the chin yesterday, suffering a tough 6-0 loss to regional powerhouse Cuba in youth baseball.

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Seymour runs season's best time in Italy
Seymour runs season's best time in Italy

July 17, 2019

Pedrya Seymour is rounding back into form.
The Bahamian national record holder in the women’s 100 meters (m) hurdles has been consistently under 13 seconds this season, and yesterday was no different, as she took on a world-class field at the 33rd Meeting Città di Padova at the Daciano Colbachini Stadium in Padova, Italy...

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Casale and Kinger prevail at Duke of Edinburgh Cup semi-finals
Casale and Kinger prevail at Duke of Edinburgh Cup semi-finals

July 17, 2019

A total of 72 players took part in the 19th Annual Duke of Edinburgh Semi-Finals Charity Golf Tournament at Ocean Club Golf Course this past Sunday. The one-day event was held in support of the Governor General’s Youth Award Program...

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Generations of Girl Guides, Patrons turn out for soft launch in $800,000 Fundraiser to Complete Headquarters

July 17, 2019

Long before the US Women’s Soccer team won its fourth World Cup title amidst cheers of fans round the world, there were young girls across the globe headed for success, many of them thanks to an international organization most often known as the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts...

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Jazz Chisholm powering path toward the big leagues
Jazz Chisholm powering path toward the big leagues

July 16, 2019

His full name is Jasrado Hermis Arrington Chisholm. He is known simply as "Jazz". The 21-year-old Bahamian is experiencing another power explosion this season. This time, it is with the Arizona Diamondbacks' Double-A Jackson Generals. In 2018, he hit 25 home runs and drove in [...]

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Team Bahamas blanks Antigua Barbuda
Team Bahamas blanks Antigua Barbuda

July 16, 2019

Following a heart-breaking loss in their first game of the tournament, Team Bahamas, represented by the Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN), responded aggressively, winning their next two games of the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships that is currently in progress in Willemstad, Curaçao, quite easily...

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Brown excited for new role as head coach of Clayton State
Brown excited for new role as head coach of Clayton State

July 16, 2019

Transitioning from one phase of his athletics career to another, Bahamian legendary athlete Chris “The Fireman” Brown is now the head athletics coach at Clayton State University – a public National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) division two institution in Morrow, Georgia, USA...

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Parents come to their own defense in water polo blunder
Parents come to their own defense in water polo blunder

July 16, 2019

The only relevant faction not to be heard from yet as it relates to the water polo blunder for Team Bahamas at the 28th Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Water Polo Championships in Wildey, Christ Church, Barbados, were the parents, and they came to their own defense yesterday...

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High Hopes for Bahamas Water Polo Team Following Gold, Silver Bronze at Carifta, Pan Am Games Qualifier Bronze at CCCAN in Barbados
High Hopes for Bahamas Water Polo Team Following Gold, Silver & Bronze at Carifta, Pan Am Games Qualifier Bronze at CCCAN in Barbados

July 15, 2019

Fifteen years ago, it was all organizers could do to scrap together enough players to call it a water polo team. Most Bahamians had never watched the game referred to as soccer in a pool...

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Inner City Youth Attend D-Squad Basketball Camp
Inner City Youth Attend D-Squad Basketball Camp

July 15, 2019

Inner city children of the Baillou Hill Road, Garden Hills, and Yellow Elder communities got to experience two weeks of competition and fun as they honed their basketball skills at the annual D-Squad Basketball Camp...

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Split for Team Bahamas
Split for Team Bahamas

July 15, 2019

There is little room for error for Team Bahamas at the Little League Caribbean and Latin American Championships that is currently in progress in Willemstad, Curaçao...

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The Bahamas to send four swimmers to the world championships
The Bahamas to send four swimmers to the world championships

July 15, 2019

It has been a busy summer for Bahamian swimmers, and it’s about to get even busier, as four Bahamian swimmers will take part in the 18th International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, South Korea...

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