February 20, 2014
SOPOT, Poland: The Bahamas will be without a lane in the men's 4 x 400 metre final or a competitor in the men's high jump when the IAAF World Indoor Championships comes to a close on Sunday.
SOPOT, Poland: What a way for Team Bahamas to end the first day of competition at the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) 15th World Indoor Championships.
SOPOT, Poland: Chris 'Fireman' Brown and Shaunae Miller both powered their way through the finish line ahead of their rivals in their respective heats to produce the leading and second fastest qualifying times going into tonight's semifinal of the men and women 400 metres.
SOPOT, Poland: The Tribune and Bahamas Athletics have joined together to bring you coverage from the 15th IAAF World Indoor Championships.
THE St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine widened their margin to over 100 points on day two of the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships in their quest for a 26th consecutive title.
Kadeem Coleby and top seed Wichita State have first round bye in Missouri Valley Conference tournament
FOR Kadeem Coleby and the Wichita State Shockers, the groundswell of emotion that followed the team’s completion of an historic perfect regular season and senior night has quickly subsided as the No.2 ranked team in the NCAA heads into the postseason.
SOPOT, Poland — Let the 15th version of the International Amateur Athletic Federatiion (IAAF) World Indoor Championships begin today at Ergo Arena.
By RENALDO DORSETT
The Tribune’s senior sports reporter Brent Stubbs will be covering the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, March 7-9.
A NUMBER of primary school students participated in the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s “World Tennis Day” Jamboree at the National Tennis Centre on Monday.
SIX meet records fell on day one of the 2014 BAISS Track & FIeld Championships and a pair of familiar foes have quickly emerged as the lone contenders yet again for this year’s title.
RICARDO “Ricky” Davis is making strides since his first tournament at the Alaqua Country Club on November 3, 2013, in Tampa, Florida, where he finished in a tie for No. 28 with a score of 223 after a three-day event.
ATLANTIC Medical has partnered once again with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the second annual Atlantic Medical Invitational, according to a press release.
The longest standing streak in Bahamian high school sports history will look to extend its record-setting pace for another year as the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine look to claim their 26th consecutive victory in the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools’ Track and Field Championships.
CHAMPION Amateur Boxing Club hosted ‘The Spirit of Determination’ amateur boxing show at the Platinum Sports Bar & Lounge on Saturday.