Gymnastics Federation of the Bahamas gymnasts are expected to compete in the 2014 Senior Pan American Championships August 25 to September 1 in Mississauga, just outside of Toronto, Canada. This represents the first time Bahamians will be competing in such a prestigious event.
A SWITCH from the defensive to the offensive side of the ball has become a common trait for two Bahamian gridiron stars at different points in their NCAA careers.
AS the NFL preseason comes to a close another player with Bahamian roots looks to continue his career as a journeyman reserve.
POPEYE’S Louisiana Kitchen has been announced today as the title sponsor of one of college football’s newest postseason bowl games, the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, to be played December 24 in Nassau.
Sherman “The Tank” Williams warned New Zealand heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker that if he thinks he’s going to have an easy time in the ring, then he better think twice before fighting him in October.
BAF Financial, CIBC and Scotiabank were all winners as the Bankers League continued its regular season at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex over the weekend.
The Bahamas Basketball Federation’s Summer of Thunder Basketball Tournament came to a close at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium Monday night when the Providence Storms pulled off a 75-73 victory over visiting Portland State University.
AFTER postponing the sailing competition because of the inclement weather in Cat Island earlier this month, Cat Island Sailing Club president Pat Strachan said they will now put the finishing touches on the 2014 Cat Island Regatta in Montagu Bay this weekend.
AFTER ten exciting weeks of competition, the Urban Renewal and Street Legends Basketball Tournament will come to a close at the BTC Cynthia ‘Mother’ Pratt Basketball Park on Saturday night.
IT WAS a winless finish for the Bahamas Rugby Sevens team as they faced the top programmes in the region in international competition.
By RENALDO DORSETT
Dreshanae Rolle fell just shy of winning the second medal in athletics and the third for the Bahamas at the 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
CONCACAF held its inaugural Girls’ Under-15 Championship in the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas was a part of history with a total of 16 teams participating.
Quarter-miler Henri Delauze joined fellow Grand Bahamian swimmer Joanna Evans in winning a medal for the Bahamas at the second Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, over the weekend.
THREE talented young basketball players from Noble Preparatory Academy have their bags packed for their journey to Canada on Wednesday to continue high school and begin their collegiate careers.