St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine reclaimed their top spot in the standings and won their second consecutive BAISS Track and Field Championship title.
IT was an active weekend for Buddy Hield during the NBA All-Star festivities in Los Angeles, California.
THE Bahamas Basketball Federation men’s national basketball team will have their hands full this weekend when they host the Dominican Republic and Canada in the second leg of the FIBA World Cup Qualifiers at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
COACH Mario Bowleg doesn’t just want to settle on his Cobras winning the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association senior boys’ basketball title. He wants to take another Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic championship crown back to CC Sweeting as well.
THE New Providence Women’s Basketball Association, which was scheduled to be played over two days at the CI Gibson Gymnasium, was reduced to just one day after only five of the eight registered teams showed up to participate on Saturday.
The Doris Johnson Mystic Marlins and the HO Nash Lions three-peated as the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s senior and junior girls champions respectively.
JUST 14.5 points separate the teams atop the leaderboard at the BAISS Track and Field Championships, setting the stage for a thrilling finish in today’s finale.
IN just two short years, the University of the Bahamas Athletic Department, under the directorship of Kimberley Rolle, has made great strides as they prepare for their inclusion into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
HISTORIC Clifford Park on West Bay Street, New Providence, lit up with excitement recently as enthusiastic archers, cheered on by family, friends and spectators, squared off in competition in the first ever 3D Archery Tournament in The Bahamas.
The race between the perennial track and field powerhouses took centre stage early on day one of Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools’ Track and Field Championships.The meet opened yesterday in the original Thomas A Robinson Stadium a
THE CAMPERDOWN Equestrian Centre teemed with energy last weekend as parents and teachers from schools across New Providence crowded ringside to cheer on their teams in the Bahamas Interschool Equestrian League’s first show of the year. 25 riders comp
THE New Providence Basketball Association continued play at the DW Davis Gymnasium Tuesday night.Division IThe JD’s Seafood Shockers kept pace in the Vince Ferguson division and improved their record to 7-3 with a 74-67 win over the Leno Regulators.T
BAHAMIAN collegiate gridiron star Eugene McMinns is looking to make the transition to professional football with an upcoming trial next month.McMinns is expected to participate in the “Diamond In The Rough” Football Combine. The event will be hosted
WITH the popularity of rugby rising around the world, the Freeport Rugby Football Club (FRFC) is working to expand its own rugby programme. The success of its Saturday developmental league has created a surplus of players and now a full women’s and y