Before another jam-packed Malcolm Park beach soccer stadium, the Bahamas suffered a 4-2 loss to the United States of America yesterday and ended up in sixth place in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship.
THE CI Gibson Rattlers survived three tough matches against the New Providence champions last night to book their ticket against the highly favoured Tabernacle Falcons in tonight’s final of the 35th Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
IT was another spectacular showing for Bahamians at the Big Ten Indoor Championships as Danielle Gibson won the triple for the Penn State Lions and Devynne Charlton fell just short of a triple feat for Purdue University Boilermakers to lead the way on Saturday in Geneva, Ohio.
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BAHAMIAN Olympian Joanna Evans had another spectacular showing over the weekend for the No. 2 Texas Longhorns as they completed an unblemished run through the Big 12 Championships, winning their fifth consecutive league title at UT’s Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center on Saturday.
THE Royal Bahamas Defence Force Challenge Cup Regatta is back. It’s scheduled for March 31 to April 2 in Monatgu Bay.
BAHAMIAN junior tennis player Jacobi Bain lost 5-7, 6-3, 5-7 in his first under-14 boys singles on the Tennis Europe Tour at the International Championships of Romania yesterday.
DESPITE being outsized and eventually outmanned on the pitch on Saturday, the Bahamas men's team held off Trinidad & Tobago 5-2, highlighted by two impressive goals from captain Gavin Christie and one each from tournament leading scorer Lesly St Fleur and Gary Joseph, in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship.
BEFORE a packed crowd at the newly built facility at Malcolm Park at the foot of the Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge on Friday night, the Bahamas suffered a heartbreaking 5-3 loss to Guadeloupe in the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship.
THE Bahamas will put their perfect 3-0 winning record on the line on Friday night against Guadeloupe as the knockout stage of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship gets underway at the new Bahamas Beach Soccer facility at the foot of the Sir Sidney Poitier bridge.
Day four of the Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic traditionally produces the first group of eliminations in the annual tournament as the field starts to dwindle headed into mid-term break for most schools.
WITH all of the talent available in the professional ranks and college, this could be the Bahamas’ best chance to qualify its men’s national basketball team for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
IT was mixed results for the visiting Grand Bahamian teams and the defending champions CC Sweeting Cobras as the 35th Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic swung into high gear at the AF Adderley Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
It was interesting to note that Chavanno ‘Buddy’ Hield said he was surprised that he was traded from the New Orleans Pelicans to the Sacramento Kings.
Due to circumstances beyond their control, Champion Amateur Boxing Club has announced that they will postpone their amateur boxing show that was scheduled for Saturday at the Wulff Road Boxing Centre.