The Bahamas got off to a perfect start with a dominant performance in their opening match at the 2019 BNP Paribas Fed Cup.
AFTER just over three years in the minor leagues, Kyle Simmons plans to pursue collegiate baseball with Lynn University.
JONQUEL Jones had another successful WNBA offseason as her team captured the EuroLeague women’s championship.
CHAVEZ Young hit his first home run of the season and Lucius Fox went on a seven-game hit streak to highlight the week for Bahamian players in minor league baseball.
The lack of accessibility to facilities has displaced the local golf community in recent years and the issue took centre stage as the Bahamas Golf Federation hosted an executive from the sport’s governing body worldwide.
BRANDON Meadows will take the next step on his collegiate basketball journey at the NCAA Division II level.
THE Caribbean Kings High School Basketball Championships moved into day two as local teams continued to vie for a spot in this weekend’s final round against visitors throughout the Caribbean.
THE Freeport Rugby and Football Club’s under 10s soccer team recently had a remarkable showing for their first international tournament in Florida at the 2019 Sharks Soccer Cup & Showcase.
LET me open by saying: No wide receiver in this year’s NFL Draft is even close to Cowboys’ WR Amari Cooper.
THE Freedom Farm Baseball League and Junior Baseball League of Nassau will participate in a joint initiative aimed at creating more opportunities for their members to participate in interleague play.
THE Fourteen Clubs Golf Academy is expected to field a 13-member team to participate in the next stop on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour.
TEAM Bahamas continues to establish its position as a regional powerhouse in CARIFTA water polo and captured three medals at the event for the second consecutive year.
JUSTIN Roberts’ acclaimed collegiate career was celebrated by his Arizona State Sun Devils men’s tennis programme on Senior Day, their final home contest of the season.
PRINCE Braynen will make the transition to professional basketball in the American Basketball Association.
THE outdoor track and field season moved into another weekend for several Bahamian collegiate athletes who continued to turn in standout performances at the NCAA Division I level.