Oneil Williams is now en route to Kenya to resume his training and said this latest bout will be the deciding factor in his qualification for the IAAF Half Marathon Championships.
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By BRENT STUBBSSenior Sports Reporterbstubbs@tribunemedia.net HEAD coach Dianne Woodside-Johnson said it was her responsibility to put out the best team possible to represent the Bahamas at the 16th International Amateur Athletic Federation World Cha
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By BRENT STUBBSSenior Sports Reporterbstubbs@tribunemedia.net LONDON, England: Pauline Davis-Thompson was busy with her duties as a Councilwoman for the International Amateur Athletic Federation at the 16th IAAF World Championships. But it didn’t sto
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LONDON, England: With his body taking a toll after his gruelling three rounds that culminated with a silver medal in the men’s 400 metres, Steven Gardiner said he informed the Bahamas management team that he would need more time to recover so he could run in the final and not the heats of the 4 x 400m relay.
LONDON, England: The Bahamas’ 24-member team will return from the 16th International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) World Championships with a silver and bronze medals, three finalists, a national record and a two-way tie for 30th place on the medal table and a four-way tie for 22nd on the placing table.
LONDON, England: The baton dropped between the hand off with Carmiesha Cox and Janae Ambrose on the second exchange and the Bahamas team, featuring Devynne Charlton and TyNia Gaither, failed to complete their heat of the women’s 4 x 100 metres.
LONDON, England: The women’s 4 x 400 metre relay team didn’t get to finish their heat as Christine Amertil collided on the heel of another runner, tripped and fell, landing on her head, as the remaining members of the team Lanece Clarke, Anthonique Strachan Shaquania Dorsett watched in disbelief.
LONDON. England: They had what was considered the “easiest” of the two heat, but the Bahamas men’s 4 x 400 metre relay team could not get out of the first round of the 16th IAAF World Championships.
LONDON, England: The team of Warren Fraser, Shavez Hart, Sean Stuart and Teray Smith ran 39.35 for seventh place in their heat, but it didn’t matter as they got disqualified during the heats on Saturday at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium.
LONDON, England: Here’s a look at how the Bahamas’ 24-member team performed at the 16th IAAF World Championships: