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Cynthia Rahming attends first ever Pan Am Sports Continental Athletes’ Forum

BAHAMIAN judo athlete Cynthia Rahming has represented The Bahamas at the first ever Pan American Sports Organisation Continental Athletes Forum.

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Jamaican firm takes 60% of food distributor

A publicly-traded Jamaican firm is "realising remarkable growth" upon entering the Bahamian food distribution market via its acquisition of a 60 percent majority stake in a local wholesaler.

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Equestrian trainer completes high-level jumping course

THE Bahamas Olympic Committee and Equestrian Bahamas are proud to announce that local equestrian trainer Erika Adderley successfully completed the Pan-American Sports Organisation’s Continental Technical Course of High-Level Jumping, which was hosted by the Mexican Olympic Committee in Mexico City.

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Bahamas set to host PUKO/USAKI Karate Championships

THE Bahamas Karate Association (BKA) in collaboration with the USA Karate International (USAKI) and Pan American United Karate Organisation (PUKO) are scheduled to host the PUKO/USAKI 4th Continental Karate Championships in Nassau, Bahamas, June 14-15.

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Shaunae in final five of IAAF Female Athlete of the Year

SHAUNAE Miller-Uibo has secured one of the final five spots for the International Amateur Athletic Federation's Female Athlete of the Year.

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Sports in brief

CHAMPION Amateur Boxing Club hosted its ‘All or Nothing’ amateur boxing show at the Wulff Road Boxing Square on Saturday. The show recognised former Bahamian champion Bertrum ‘Bert Perry’ Perigord and Taureano ‘Reno’ Johnson, the new Continental of Americas middleweight champion.

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Miller-Uibo, Thomas and Team Americas win Continental Cup

The Bahamian combo of Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Donald Thomas won all of the events, including two relays, to help the Americas team dethrone Europe at the International Amateur Athletic Federation’s Continental Cup Ostrava 2018.

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'It's an honour because you get to represent the region, which means that you are one of the best'

THEY’VE had slightly different paths on the athletic circuit this year, but quarter-miler Chris ‘Fireman’ Brown and sprinter Anthonique Strachan are pleased that they will both have the opportunity to represent the Americas team at the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) Continental Cup.

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Strachan, Brown on 'Americas dream team'

SPRINTER Anthonique Strachan and quarter-miler Chris ‘Fireman’ Brown will both represent the Bahamas on the Americas team for the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) Continental Cup September 13-14 in Marrakesh, Morocco.

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'I have a seat at the table to represent the views of the area'

HE’S now serving as the new president of the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC). But by the time his tenure is over in four years, Mike Sands said he hopes to leave the area’s biggest track and field organisation in a much better

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‘Reno’ Johnson to face ‘ghost’ fighter this weekend

Tureano ‘Reno’ Johnson left town yesterday for Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, where he will be facing his next opponent on Saturday.

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STORM SURGE

ALONG the coast, storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. In the past, large death tolls have resulted from the rise of the ocean associated with many of the major hurricanes that have made landfall. Hurricane Katr

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Sprinters burning up track on the international circuit

WHILE male sprinter Warren Fraser capped off a long year by running his second fastest time in the 100 metres this year at the Rieti 2014 - International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) World Challenge Meeting on Sunday at the Stadium Raul Guidobaldi in Rieti, Anthonique Strachan got tuned up for the IAAF Continental Cup this weekend.

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COUNTDOWN TO THE FIFA BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUP: Brazil

Favourites heading into the South American Beach Soccer Championship, Brazil lived up to all expectations, booking their place in the world finals in style by winning another continental title.

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Red carpet treatment for newly crowned WBC Continental of Americas middleweight champion Tureano Johnson

IT was a hero’s welcome for newly crowned World Boxing Council’s Continental of Americas middleweight champion Tureano ‘Reno’ Johnson as the Royal Bahamas Police Force laid out the red carpet in a brief ceremony at the Paul Farquharson Centre on Friday.

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Thomas fifth in Diamond League Final

BRUSSELS, Belgium: It wasn't the performance he anticipated, but Bahamian Donald Thomas was still satisfied with a fifth place finish, leaping 2.29 metres or 7-feet, 6-inches in the men's high jump at the IAAF's 2018 AG Memorial Van Damme Diamond League Final at the Roi Baudouin Stadium.

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Atlantis, PI to host jet ski championship

Atlantis will serve as the host hotel for a three-day championship event this November that marks the climax of an international jet ski race series.Paradise Island will be the venue for the P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship, set for November 8-10,

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CASJA choooses athletes to receive awards

THE newly formed Caribbean Sports Journalists’ Association (CASJA) is pleased to collaborate with the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) to select the top track and field athletes in the region.

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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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