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NORCECA: BAHAMAS SEVENTH OVERALL

THE Bahamas men’s national volleyball team had to settle for seventh place at the NORCECA Men’s Continental Championships after defeating Saint Lucia in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-20, 25-20 at the Langley Events Centre in British Columbia, Canada, on Saturday.

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Sensei Julian Rolle elected vice-president of Pan American United Karate Organisation

SENSEI Julian Rolle was elected vice president of the Pan American United Karate Organisation (PUKO) on December 12.

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Manchester clubs must rally or face Europa exit

By PAUL LOGOTHETIS AP Sports Writer MADRID (AP) -- Manchester rivals United and City are well clear at the top of the Premier League standings but are playing for survival in continental competition this week in the Europa League. United is trailing 3-2 a

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Manchester clubs must rally or face Europa exit

By PAUL LOGOTHETIS AP Sports Writer MADRID (AP) -- Manchester rivals United and City are well clear at the top of the Premier League standings but are playing for survival in continental competition this week in the Europa League. United is trailing 3-2 a

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Anthonique Strachan fourth in 200, Chris Brown and Americas 4 x 400 relay third

ANTHONIQUE Strachan raced to a fourth place finish in the women’s 200 metres, while Chris ‘the Fireman’ Brown and the men’s 4 x 400 metre relay team had to settle for third place as the Americas team relinquished their title to Europe as the 12th IAAF Continental Cup came to a close on Sunday.

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Latest crop of boxers set sights on Rio Olympics

A new crop of boxers are set to represent the Bahamas on the amateur level and according to national team Head Coach Andre Seymour, officially begin their trek toward Rio 2016 Olympic qualification.

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Ray Minus Sr Boxing Awards all set for Saturday

RAY Minus Jr is looking forward to completing another year with the hosting of Champion Amateur Boxing Club’s 28th annual Kermit Ray Minus Sr Boxing Awards Presentation. The event is scheduled for Saturday at Champion Boxing Club on Wulff Road oppos

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Anniversary couple kiss and make up in style

IT LOOKS like Bruno Barr’s run of bad luck when it comes to romantic dates with his wife, Lerdon, has finally come to an end.

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Welcome home 'Diamond Queen'

OLYMPIC gold medallist Shaunae Miller-Uibo can be seen (top left with her husband) here enjoying a welcome reception at the National Tennis Centre on Saturday night. Last week, she paid a courtesy call on Michael Pintard, the Minister of Agriculture

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Nancy Knowles to attend FINA Clinic in Thailand

NANCY Knowles will be one of the 10 representatives from the Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) attending the 1st FINA International Clinic for the Swimming for All – Swimming for Life May 15-17 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Exuma farmers receive tractor donation from BAIC

THE Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation donated a tractor and ancillary farm equipment to Exuma farmers. "Being able to feed ourselves is a must," said BAIC executive chairman Edison Key. "No longer can we depend on some outside source for our

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Chamber unveils its small firm seminars

The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) has announced the start of its 2014 Small Business Seminar Series with the launch of its first event, ‘Entrepreneurship 101’, set for February 20 at its headquarters from 9am to 4pm.

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'This is not the end for women in boxing'

KAYLA Johnson, the first Bahamian coach, will be making history as she gets the opportunity to participate in a high-level boxing course.

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'The Tank' ready for 'The Nordic Nightmare'

HAVING completed a vigorous training regimen, Sherman “The Tank” Williams has packed his bags and is headed to Helsinki, Finland, where he is slated to square off with Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius for the WBO Continental and European heavyweight titles on Saturday night.

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Rival wholesalers to ‘strive and survive’ despite Sysco/BFS deal

RIVAL BAHAMIAN wholesalers can survive competition from US distribution giant Sysco, one local wholesaler/retailer telling Tribune Business: “There’s room for everybody.”

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Conservation work brings praise for landowner Louis Bacon

NOTED conservationist Louis Moore Bacon has been recognised as one of the largest landowners in the United States – and earned some sparkling praise for his efforts to conserve and preserve the continental legacy.

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BAHAMAS 'WELL BUFFERED' OVER CARRIER FALLOUT

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor The Bahamas is "well buffered" against any potential fallout from moves by American Eagle's parent to slash its workforce by up to 13,000, Tribune Business was told yesterday, the airline being among four-five car

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Shaunae Miller-Uibo Bay Street Mile on Saturday

IN between the announcement of major off-the-track awards for her performances this year, ‘Golden Girl’ Shaunae Miller-Uibo will be back home this weekend to stage her second annual Bay Street Mile.The Shaunae Miller-Uibo Bay Street Mile is all slate

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Miller-Uibo named to newly created TAA Board

Bahamian Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo was among a list of 24 athletes named to the newly created board called The Athletics Association (TAA) that was formed to safeguard the global interest of track and field athletes.

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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.