August 2, 2016
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With athletes pouring in their sentiments of gratitude, businessman Tommy Stubbs of Buttons Formal Wear said the celebrations for Team Bahamas for the 2016 Olympic Games is shaping up to be a grand event on Sunday.
The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture announced yesterday that the celebrations for Team Bahamas for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will take place next weekend.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: On his comeback from a near career-ending injury at the last Olympics in London, England, Bahamian national record holder Leevan 'Superman' Sands didn't manage to secure a berth in the men's triple jump final. Nor did Latario Collie-Minns, who was not too pleased with his return to action after he went down at the NCAA Championships after winning the title.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: Having won a medal in all of the major international events except the Olympic Games, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace finished just two spots shy of qualifying for the semifinal of the women´s 100 metre freestyle on Wednesday. But she admitted that she has her sights set on her specialty – the 50m free – on Friday.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil — Chef de mission Roy Colebrooke said everything is going very well for Team Bahamas at the 2016 Olympic Games.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: Another heat and another national record for Joanna Evans.
Day two for the Bahamas at the Rio Olympics.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: The Olympic debut of Dustin Tynes came to an abrupt end as he touched the wall in the eighth and final spot in the men's 100 metre breaststroke on Saturday at the newly built Olympic Aquatic Swimming Complex in the Barra Olympic Park.
Today sees Bahamian athletes in action for the first time at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
RIO de Janeiro, Brazil: With a strong message of promoting peace around the world, the first Olympic Games to be held in South America officially got underway on Friday night with a fantastic display of artistry during each performance.
BAHAMIAN rower Emily Morley will make history on Saturday morning by becoming the first rower to represent her country in the Olympics when she takes part in the opening heat of the women’s single sculls at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
WHEN the 2016 Rio Olympic Games officially kick off tonight, REVTV customers will have the choice of watching the opening festivities and subsequent competitions on their televisions, computers or from their smartphones and tablets.
HEAD coach George Cleare said he’s anticipating some outstanding performances from the 26 athletes selected to represent the BTC Bahamas Olympic Team in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.