AFTER hosting a successful memorial St Valentine’s Day Massacre in Montagu Bay over the weekend, Trevor Johnson said they were delighted to see their father, Eleazor ‘the Sailing Barber’ Johnson, get his win.
The Family Island teams began play yesterday in the 37th annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic and it was business as usual for the teams from Grand Bahama.
IN preparation for the Pan American Games qualifying tournament, the Bahamas Amateur Boxing Federation will be sending veteran boxer Carl Hield, Ronald Woodside and newcomer Lennox Boyce to train in Cuba.
SWIFT Athletics head coach Andrew Tynes said many sporting medals and trophies may well be in the Bahamas’ future thanks in part to the well of athletic potential within the B3A-sanctioned track and field club.
THE Scholar Athlete of The Year Awards committee announced the nominees from the high school and primary schools at the Bahamas Union of Teachers Hall last week Friday.
The Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools crowned the new senior girls basketball champions, St John’s College Giants, at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium on Monday night.
THE NBA Players Association embarked on a new venture by hosting their annual All-Star Weekend meetings in the Bahamas for the first time.
BAHAMIAN basketball icon Mychal “Sweet Bells” Thompson said the country can look forward to the day when both Buddy Hield and Deandre Ayton are regular participants in the NBA All-Star Game.
ROOSEVELT Whylly and the Holland College Hurricanes are now one game away from a perfect regular season record while Samson Cleare set an all-time rebounding record for the NAIT Ooks in Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association basketball.
The Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools completed its 2018/19 basketball puzzle by crowning the new junior boys and senior girls champions yesterday at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium.
FOR the next two years, Tyrone Knowles will occupy the chair as the new president of the Bahamas Bowling Federation.
THE 37th Hugh Campbell Classic got off to a controversial start as the opening game ended in a forfeit.
We are heading into March, and into the NFL free agency period, when teams around the NFL lose all their senses and throw millions around in an attempt to find that ever elusive quick fix.
THE St Mary’s Huskies are still streaking while one Bahamian national team standout had her usual leading performance in the final home game of her collegiate career.
IN a continued effort to foster support and commitment to the well-being of individuals throughout the community, Tropical Shipping held a luncheon to raise funds for Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure at their Gladstone Freight Terminal location last month.