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Bahamas Drug Council Fun Run/Walk March 7 at Arawak Cay Heritage Site

THE Caribbean Bottling Company is proud to support the upcoming Bahamas Drug Council’s Fun, Run/Walk. CBC will keep the walkers, runners and joggers hydrated with Dasani water.

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Hugh Campbell Day 3: Marlins, Eagles, Stingrays, T’Wolves win

Day three of the 38th Hugh Campbell Invitational featured the debut of defending champions, the first appearance for Family Island teams and also the first elimination of this year’s event.

'Healing Games' theme of Geneva Rutherford Basketball Classic

SEVERAL of the top junior and senior girls’ basketball programmes in the island nation will head to Grand Bahama this weekend for the division’s longest standing tournament. The Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports (HOYTES) hosts the 21st

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Sasha Wells named Summit League Track Athlete of Week for third time this season

SASHA Wells continues to dominate the indoor season of Summit League Track and Field and was recognised once again by the conference for an outstanding performance. Wells was named the Summit League Female Track Athlete of the Week for the third tim

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Another historic milestone for Equestrian Bahamas

EQUESTRIAN Bahamas recorded another historic milestone for the programme and Bahamian sport with their success at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association International Invitational.Peyton Wong, Elle O’Brien, Mila Sands, Maya Tilberg and Nicholas A

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Rutherford gets congressional recognition

THE Bahamas’ first track and field Olympic medallist continues to be recognised both for his historic accomplishment in athletics and youth development.Frank Rutherford was presented with a certificate of congressional recognition by Peter Olson (R),

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Junior sailors take advantage of the 7th annual Youth Olympic Regatta

THE seventh annual Bahamas Youth Olympic Regatta was held by Nassau Yacht Club and Bahamas National Sailing School February 15-16 in Montagu Bay. The regatta is one of five major junior events held each year in the Bahamas and attracts sailors from

STARS College Soccer Showcase starts today

THE top student athletes in the country on the soccer pitch are preparing for an opportunity to showcase their skills and achieve higher education through the game.The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s Student-Athlete Resources and Supp

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Teams shuffle on Classic day 2

With a last minute adjustment to the schedule and the brackets, things are starting to take shape in the 36th annual Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic.

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FIBA qualifier: Bahamas will have 10 players against Mexico

THE men’s national basketball team will only have the service of 10 players for their FIBA AmeriCup 2021 qualifier against Mexico on Thursday night.

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Coach ‘KJ’ and Rattlers off to Orlando for Tip-Off Classic

WITH a greater emphasis on exposing his players to the potential basketball scholarships, coach Kevin ‘KJ’ Johnson has decided to skip the prestigious Hugh Campbell Basketball Classic and will be going to Orlando, Florida, to participate in the Tip-off Classic (Super Regional) instead.

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Superior Care to the rescue

WHEN it comes to sports, safety is paramount for local clubs, associations and federations as they seek to provide the necessary medical care for their athletes, coaches and officials.

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Hugh Campbell Classic tips off

Still celebrating their Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools Sports’ senior boys basketball championship victory, the Queen’s College Comets got off to a sluggish start, but poured it on down the stretch against Galilee College in one

Jared Fitzgerald helps the Spartans win title

SEVERAL Bahamian swimmers were in competition for their respective programmes as several conferences hosted their championship meets at various levels of the NCAA. Jared Fitzgerald had an active meet for the University of Tampa Spartans and helped l

Wilson honoured in final home game with Tigers

JORDAN Wilson was honoured in his final home game with the Dalhousie Tigers men’s basketball programme and proceeded to earn the award as the top performer on the night. Wilson finished with 14 points and six rebounds in the Tigers’ 105-73 win over