The 35th Hugh Campbell Invitational tipped off yesterday at the AF Adderley Gymnasium with the traditional inter-league matchups between BAISS and GSSSA schools highlighting day one.
WHEN Michel Eduardo Giacomotti and Janvier Chalopin decided to establish the Jiu-Jitsu Academy in the Bahamas, they knew that they could use a world famous competitor to inspire the local competitors.After starting the academy in November, the offici
THE Mantas water polo teams, in final preparations for CARIFTA, competed in the South Florida International Water Polo Tournament (SFIWP) February 16-18. Head coach Laszlo “Lotty” Borbely used the tournament as one of the final measures for selectin
ALIV has announced that its partnership with the Freedom Farm Baseball League has officially been extended and launched in Fresh Creek, Andros.Boys and girls from throughout the community packed the St John’s Chrysostom Catholic Church before marchin
THE Cowboys reportedly will use the franchise tag on defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence this offseason, with the goal of working out a long-term contract extension before the July 16 deadline, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. Moore
NOT even an 11-minute head start was enough for the Lady in Red, Lady Nathalie to hold off the A Class boats in the Annual “Catch Me If You Can” St Valentine’s Massacre in Montagu Bay over the weekend.In the special challenge race on Sunday, the B Cl
VOLLEYBALL NPVA FINALS THE New Providence Volleyball Association is slated to begin its championship series at the DW Davis Gymnasium on Wednesday night. In the ladies’ opener at 7:30pm, the Lady Defenders will play the Scottsdale Vixens, while th
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).