MAKE that three consecutive Commonwealth American Football League “Bowl Fish Bowl” titles for the Nassau Jets.The Jets concluded a perfect season with a 32-6 win over the Orry J Sands Pros in the league’s championship game at the DW Davis Gymnasium o
AN historic night for Travis Munnings highlighted the weekend for Bahamian players in NCAA Division I basketball.Munnings posted a monster stat line with a game high 26 points and a career high 20 rebounds in his ULM Warhawks’ 66-64 win over Georgia
While Tamara Myers got another Bahamian national record, Devynne Charlton and Pedrya Seymour, the country’s two premier female hurdlers, turned in almost identical times for second in two separate races and twin brothers Latario and Lathone Collie ma
THE Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) annual track and field championships will go on as planned this week, but organisers have decided to stage the first two days of competition on Wednesday and Thursday in the original Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium before moving to the TAR National Stadium for the final day on Friday.
It was the Ken Mullings Day yesterday at the University of the Bahamas as they honoured their most versatile athlete for breaking the Bahamas men’s heptathlon national indoor record as a member of the Mingoes’ track and field team.
JOHN Farrington has succeeded as a player and captain of the Bahamas Davis Cup team. Now he’s honing his skills as an international coach.
IS the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) going to hold their annual track and field championships at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium next week?
THE Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) senior girls soccer season kicked off yesterday with some very competitive matches taking place across the island.
THE record-breaking performances by quarter-milers Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Steven Gardiner should bode well for the future of track and field for the Bahamas on the international scene.
IT was hockey night on Wednesday as the Nassau Street Hockey League featured two great games.The first game at 7:30pm saw the Sharks take on the Reefs. Game two at 8:45 pm pitted the Hurricanes against the Pirates. Both games were played at the Sand
EVEN though government officials have said the Fishing Hole Road project could be completed by early January, the road bridge is nowhere close to being finished. Work appears to be moving at a snail’s pace at the causeway that has been under constru
SONITH Lockhart of Carib Construction was the men’s most valuable player from the City Bowling League bowling competition Monday night at Mario’s Bowling and Family Entertainment Center. Lockhart toppled the pins for a 244 men’s high game and a 649
The Bahamas Football Association, in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and the Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Culture, announced that the Samuel P. Haven National High School Soccer Championships 2018 will be held fro
THE tour for Iggy, the mascot for the 2018 Flow CARIFTA Games, continued yesterday with Palmdale Primary as the latest host school. The Local Organising Committee, headed by IAAF Councilwoman Pauline Davis-Thompson, presented Iggy to the Palmdale Pr
THE GSSSA Championship matchups are set in all four divisions setting the stage for next week’s final series to decide division champions for the 2017-18 season.The final set of game threes took place Tuesday night at the AF Adderley Gymnasium featur