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'ALL BAHAMIAN SCHOLAR ATHLETE'
The term 'All Bahamian Scholar Athlete' is a prestigious honor and any athlete who receives it must perform at the highest level. The objective is to reward athletic and academic excellence to the most outstanding performers. There are guidelines and criteria one must achieve, in addition to the recommended standards, to be designated as an 'All Bahamian Scholar Ath...
Bahamas Association of Athletics Association (BAAA) High School Relays Test Event for the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017
The BAAA High School Relays will serve as the Test Event for the IAAF World Relays for the third consecutive time. The BAAA High School Relays is scheduled for Saturday March 18 and Sunday March 19, 2017 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium...
Nassau, Bahamas - The evening was perfect. The storm
that has threatened The Bahamas disintegrated over Haiti.
On the evening of Friday, August 5th,
Government House was alive to the sounds of the Royal Bahamas Defense
Force Pop Band after a ceremony that saw nineteen Bahamian Scholar Athletes
presented to the public.
This was the fifth edition of an event
that is now entrenched...
Track and field coaches voted overwhelmingly in favor of Curtis Pride to continue his work as president of the Bahamas Association of Athletics Coaches (BAAC), leading that organization for the next two years.
Nassau, Bahamas - On Sunday past, the 6th of May, the Bahamas Association of
Athletic Associations began celebrations of their sixtieth anniversary when
they worshipped at the Evangelistic Temple.
The association was founded on May 6th 1952 in the offices
of Alfred Francis (AF) Adderley, who was the founding president. Other founding
members were C.V. Bethel, Gerald Cash, Edwin Davies, Reginald F...
Some of the top Bahamian athletes are expected to compete in the 2011 BTC National Open Track and Field Championships at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex this weekend.
Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations' (BAAA) public relations officer Alpheus "Hawk" Finlayson puts today's profile spotlight on Grand Bahamian high jumper Donald Thomas.
Thomas was born in Grand Bahama on July 1, 1984....
Some of the top Bahamian athletes are expected to compete at the 2011 BTC National Open Track and Field Championships in Freeport.
Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations' (BAAA) public relations officer Alpheus "Hawk" Finlayson puts today's profile spotlight on Grand Bahamian quarter-miler Demetrius Pinder.
Pinder was born in Grand Bahama. He attended Tabernacle Baptist Academy and now att...
Officially, the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) is dealing with an unclear status of the IAAF World Relays. The reality of the situation is that the late pullout of hosting the world relays for the fourth time by The Bahamas, has thrown the event [...]
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It was a bittersweet start for Team Bahamas at the International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) World U20 Championships, which got underway yesterday in Tampere, Finland, as one athlete made it through to the semifinals of the boys 100 meters (m) while the other did [...]
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Junior athletes representing The Bahamas at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Under-18 (U18) Championships in Nairobi, Kenya, got on the track for the first time in competition yesterday.
In the only final with Bahamian presence on the day, Adrian Curry mustered up a sixth place finish in the boy's 100 meters (m). Curry crossed the finish line in 10.86 seconds. Ts...