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Down memory lane: A decade to remember

Lest we forget, it was only a short time ago that we couldn’t wait to usher in the millennium of 2000.Today, we reflect on what has been a turbulent decade of so many ups and downs, thrills and spills, successes and failures, triumphs and defeats and

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Shaunae pledges $25,000 to help with hurricane recovery

SHAUNAE Miller-Uibo became the latest high profile Bahamian athlete to use their platform to aid the Hurricane Dorian relief effort. The national 200m record holder and reigning 400m Olympic champion pledged $25,000 to assist the rebuilding of churc

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Shaunae opens season with world leading time

Shaunae Miller-Uibo achieved a world leading time and her second best career performance in her season opener on Saturday at the Tom Jones Memorial in Gainesville, Florida.

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Miller-Uibo endorses Archer for BAAA president

‘GOLDEN Girl’ Shaunae Miller-Uibo threw her endorsement for the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations elections on Saturday behind incumbent secretary general Drumeco Archer, who will be seeking the post of president.

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Voting for IAAF Female Athlete of Year closes today

ALREADY named the North American and Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Female Athlete of the Year, Shaunae Miller-Uibo said it would be a “feather in her cap” if she is selected as the International Amateur Athletic Federation’s Female Athlete o

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Miller-Uibo nominated for athlete of the year

In what has been a “fun year” with the focus more on the 200 metres, Shaunae Miller-Uibo has emerged as one of the nominees for the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) Female Athlete of the Year award.On Monday, Miller-Uibo was on a list

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Miller-Uibo: ‘I’m living out my dream’

Shaunae Miller-Uibo can best be remembered as the star track athlete at St Augustine’s College who grew in stature as a CARIFTA Games champion right before our eyes. We’ve watched as she has excelled as an IAAF Youth and Junior, Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games gold medallist.

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Shaunae storms to victory in Diamond League Final

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Bahamian double national record holder Shaunae Miller-Uibo said her goal was to defend only her 200 metre title at the International Amateur Athletic Federation's AG Memorial Diamond League Final this year – and she did it in style.


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