THE Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools kicked off their 2019 best-of-three basketball championship series last night at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
IN his final home game for the Niagara College Knights at the Welland Campus Athletic Centre, guard Van ‘Bubba’ Hutchinson Jr put on another spectacular performance.
ASHLEY Michel, the 2018 FCGA Player of the Year, started the season off with a bang with an overall first-place finish at the 2019 Abaco Junior Golf Championship that was held on Sunday at the lovely Treasure Cay Golf Course.
THE Bahamas Basketball Federation may have missed out on the opportunity to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games, but first vice president Mario said the goal is to get ready for 2024.
THE University of The Bahamas Mingoes men’s basketball team lost to the Discount Distributors Rockets for the second time this season 88-81 Wednesday night at the CI Gibson Gymnasium.
The track and field season is heating up and as our collegiate athletes continue to make their marks on the indoor tracks and impress their coaches, local athletes are also pushing each other in fierce competitions as the BAAAs club competitions continue.
The Cricket Club oval was transformed into football gridiron just in time for Super Bowl 53.
WHILE everybody is gearing up to watch some of the top players compete in the National Basketball Association’s All-Star Weekend on television in Charlotte, North Carolina, Baha Mar will provide an opportunity to view others in person.
THE stage has been set for the 35th edition of the prestigious Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic for senior high school basketball teams.
THE St Anne’s Bluewaves, in their quest to improve on their athletic programme, took a 14-member swim team to Jamaica to compete over the weekend.
The two versus three matchups in the BAISS basketball semi-finals provided a series of exciting finishes with each of the four games decided by a single possession, culminating in a five overtime thriller in the finale.
Antoan Richardson continues to receive opportunities in the front offices of Major League Baseball organisations and will re-join the club where he began his professional career.
LJ Rose had a debut to remember and made an immediate impact on his new club.
Deandre Ayton just added another event to a busy All-Star schedule for the Bahamian rookie phenom.
Bahamian Champions Cynthia Rahming (-57kg), Sasha Ingraham (+78kg) and Joshua Mcfall (-73kg) recently attended a week-long training camp in Cancun, Mexico, with head coach Oneysi Portorreal-Pons.