INTER-island play began over the weekend at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex in week six of the Commonwealth American Football League.
MICKEL Willms and his black Maserati 200S was the envy of the fleet and the awe of the viewing public at the third annual Bahamas Speed Week Revival.
A TRIO of Bahamian high school baseball players have made an impact on the NCAA’s early signing period as they announced where they would continue their careers at the collegiate level.
Under the patronage of the Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Dr Daniel Johnson and the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC), a judo exhibition was held Saturday at the Carmichael Athletic Centre in Flamingo Gardens.
FORMER multiple Le Mans world champion Derek Bell said the organisers of Bahamas Speed Week couldn’t have picked a better opportunity for the public to interact with the general public than taking the vintage cars through the streets of New Providence.
THE Silver Cay A Class Regatta, which was was postponed last week, is now scheduled to take place in Montagu Bay this weekend.
SHAMAR Burrows may be a work in progress for the Ridley College Tigers, but he showed Tuesday night he has plenty to work with.
Three races, light conditions but very close competitions marked the second day at the Bahamas’ first Star Sailors League Finals.
THE Bahamas Olympic Committee and Equestrian Bahamas are proud to announce that local equestrian trainer Erika Adderley successfully completed the Pan-American Sports Organisation’s Continental Technical Course of High-Level Jumping, which was hosted by the Mexican Olympic Committee in Mexico City.
WHEN the American Basketball League debuts its “Bahamas division” this summer, Bahamian basketball players will have an opportunity to play professionally at home for the first time.
ST John’s and St Paul’s have advanced to the Baptist Sports Council’s 2013 Coca-Cola Softball Classic’s best-of-three championship series that is scheduled to be played in the Banker’s Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Saturday.
Rev up your engines. Speed Week is here.
THE St Andrew’s Hurricanes senior boys and Bishop Michael Eldon senior girls blazed equally dominant paths to their respective national titles when the Ministry of Education and the Bahamas Volleyball Federation hosted the National Tournament of Champions, sponsored by JS Johnson Insurance Company Limited.
SWIFT swimming is becoming a regular name at the Plantation Winter Swimming Championships as it continues to make its presence known.
The New Providence Basketball Association continued league play with a double header at the AF Adderley Gym Monday night.