January 30, 2012
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A COUPLE of Bahamians held their own as they competed at the 125th version of the Penn Relays at Franklin Field in Philadelphia over the weekend.
SPRINTER Brianna Bethel, one half of the twin sisters combo from Grand Bahama, had a spectacular showing at the American Athletic Conference Championships to lead the list of Bahamians in action around the United States over the weekend.
DEVINE Parker, Megan Moss, Denvaughn Whymns, Tavonte Mott, Shaun Miller and Bronson Rolle were among some of the outstanding performers at the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ final trials for the CARIFTA Games over the weekend.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil — After going through the process of getting ready for the past four years, Adrian Griffith said the time is now for him to shine in the men’s sprints at the 2016 Olympic Games.
DAY two proved to be a difficult outing for Team Bahamas as they failed to produce a finalist in any of the four events at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
THE Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations will stage its National Junior Championships from Wednesday to Thursday at the original Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium.
THE TOP primary school track and field athletes in the country will have an opportunity to showcase their skills and compete for a national championship next week.
IF it wasn’t official when he did it at the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ Odd Distance Track Meet in January, Jamal Wilson soared over the qualifying mark for the Olympic Games again in a meet in Linz, Austria, on Friday.
THE Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) is scheduled to hold a general meeting 7pm this evening at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture.
THE decision to remove three executives from office was a result of a series of problems that manifested within the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) since the elections were held six months ago.
FRANK Johnson, Clayton Townsend, Lawrence Sweeting and Peter Jones, all now retired from coaching, were honoured Tuesday during the opening ceremonies of the New Providence Principals Primary Schools Sports Association’s (NPPPSSA) third annual Bertha’s Go-Go Ribs Track and Field Classic.
THE St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine led off the Bahamas’ parade of athletes with a pair of victories on day one of the Penn Relay Carnival in Philadelphia.
OVER 1,000 student athletes from approximately 28 schools throughout the country will have three days to decide the title of national champions to conclude their scholastic athletics season.
THE College of the Bahamas is scheduled to hold its Track and Field Meet at the new Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Saturday.
A NUMBER of athletes have registered to participate in the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ final Carifta trials - set to begin 5pm today and continue 6pm Saturday - at the new Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium.
WHILE several regional powerhouses hosted their Carifta Track and Field Trials this weekend, the Bahamas will have to wait until March 17 to learn the members of one of the most eagerly anticipated Carifta teams in recent memory.
THE defending champions CR Walker Knights hold a slim seven-point lead over the CV Bethel Stingrays going into the final day of competition in the senior segment of the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association’s Track and Field Championships.
Another member of corporate Bahamas has joined BAAA and the local organising committee for Carifta to help provide money for the hosting of this year’s Carifta Track and Field Championships.
ROADRUNNERS Track & Field Club is scheduled to host its 7th Annual Diana Lynn Thompson Track & Field Classic on Saturday.
WHILE he carries out his responsibilities as an assistant coach at the University of Georgia, George Cleare is also instructing a group of elite athletes in his High Performance Management Team in Athens, Georgia.
If the early meets on the track and field calendar are any indication, the high school track and field season is set to be another duel between a pair of BAISS powerhouses.
In just under 200 days (less than six months) the Bahamas will host the the region’s top junior athletics meet to debut the new Thomas A Robinson National Stadium to the world, and the local organising committee continues to seek a title sponsor for the event.
Sprinters Teray Smith, Tayla Carter and Anthonique Strachan, along with quarter-miler O’Jay Ferguson, all advanced through the preliminary rounds of their respective events on Independence Day as the IAAF World Junior Championships got underway Tuesday in Barcelona, Spain.
WITH the athletes continuing to succeed, Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) president Mike Sands said it's becoming more
THE Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations' bid for the men's 4 x 100 metre relay team to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games all fell apart in the
THE College of The Bahamas' track and field team competed in the Bethune Cookman University Invitational - its third intercollegiate competition of the spring semester - over the weekend.
INSTEAD of going to Grand Bahama, Chris 'Fireman' Brown has decided to holf off his initial Invitational Track and Field Classic and is now expected to stage it at the new Thomas A Robinson Stadium next year.
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Nearly two decades of athletic and academic tradition between schools of the Anglican Diocese continues this year with the organisation's bi-annual signature event. The Anglican Central Educat
THE Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations' second meet on its 2012 calendar has set the tone for what promises to be an exciting track and field season and a battle between two perennial