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SWEET SILVER

GLASGOW, Scotland — Sir Arlington Butler has been around the Olympic movement for so long that he knew sooner or later, the Bahamas would have broken the barrier in swimming and finally gotten that elusive medal in swimming at both the Olympic and or the Commonwealth Games.

ATHLETES advance on track

By BRENT STUBBS

Dustin Tynes 15th overall in 50 breast

By BRENT STUBBS

World Jrs. Bahamas misses out on medal

By RENALDO DORSETT

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Bahamas in 4-0 loss to Puerto Rico

By RENALDO DORSETT

Ariel Weech 7th overall in 100 free

By BRENT STUBBS

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Arianna makes history with silver medal

Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace has made sporting history for the Bahamas.

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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Record-breaking Arianna finishes fourth

GLASGOW: There was no better way for Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace to sum up her national record breaking fourth place finish in the Bahamas' first appearance in a final at the Commonwealth Games.

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Arianna’s bid to end medal wait

ARIANNA Vanderpool-Wallace aims to make history today by becoming the first Bahamian swimmer to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games when she races in the women’s 50 metres feestyle final.

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Bahamian trio reach Commonwealth Games swimming semi-finals

Bahamian swimmers got off to a flying start to start day two of the competition at the 20th Commonwealth Games this at the Tollcross Swimming Centre in Glasgow.

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Dustin Tynes disappointed with senior international debut

Dustin Tynes would have preferred to have swum faster in his debut at his first senior international meet.

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Judo family grounded but 'experience was good'

GLASGOW, Scotland — It wasn’t the type of performance that either sibling anticipated, but brother and sister D’Arcy and Cynthia Rahming are hoping to use their experience at the 20th Commonwealth Games as a motivation for their future in the sport of judo.

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