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Cardinals claim ‘Bahamas Championship’ with 63-55 victory over Terrapins

THE inaugural Baha Mar Hoops event concluded Saturday night after hosting 18 NCAA Division I teams and 21 games in three tournaments across six days at the Baha Mar Convention Center.

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Jr Pan Am: Swimmers reach the B Finals

TEAM Bahamas opened competition at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games in Cali, Colombia, with the triathlon and swimming events first on the schedule.

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Virgin ‘pacing ahead’ of Bahamas route forecast

Virgin Atlantic’s just-launched Bahamas route is already “pacing ahead” of forecast business volumes for its first six months, the country’s top tourism official said yesterday.

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A warm welcome for Virgin flight

TOURISM officials welcomed Virgin Atlantic’s passengers at Lynden Pindling International Airport yesterday in celebration of the airline’s new twice weekly service from the United Kingdom to The Bahamas.

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Nassau’s airport to be ‘a lot like’ pre-COVID

Nassau’s major airport gateway will see passenger volumes “a lot like” 2019 and early 2020, its chief executive, said yesterday, reflecting tourism’s projected Christmas/New Year resurgence.

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Triathlete Ralph Wood III all set for inaugural Jr Pan Am Games

TRIATHLETE Ralph Wood III and several members of the swim team will be the first Bahamians to participate in their respective disciplines when competition begins at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games this week.

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Gamecocks win first Battle 4 Atlantis title

The No.1 team in NCAA basketball lived up to that top billing and dominated the competition en route to the inaugural Bad Boy Mowers Battle 4 Atlantis Women’s Tournament title.

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Toledo Rockets tip off ‘Nassau Championship’ with victory

THE Toledo Rockets opened a week of NCAA basketball at the inaugural Baha Mar Hoops with the first win in the series of tournaments.

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South Carolina beats UConn 73-57 at Battle 4 Atlantis

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Aliyah Boston had 22 points and 15 rebounds to help No. 1 South Carolina beat second-ranked UConn 73-57 on Monday to win the inaugural Battle 4 Atlantis tournament championship.

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Epic matchup in Battle 4 Atlantis

The inaugural Bad Boy Mowers’ Battle 4 Atlantis Women’s Tournament will conclude with an epic matchup between the top two teams in all of college basketball.

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Battle 4 Atlantis to give tourism boost

The two Battle 4 Atlantis basketball tournament will bring a combined 7,000 visitors to The Bahamas over the Thanksgiving period, creating “exponential” tourism benefits for the country.

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17-member Jr Pan Am team named

THE Bahamas Olympic Committee named its 17-member team set to compete at the inaugural Junior Pan American Games.

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Bahamian football players receive offers from colleges

A PAIR of Bahamian football players have garnered collegiate offers following successful seasons at one of the newest rising prep programmes in South Florida.

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Elite NCAA women are taking flight at Atlantis

Several of the elite NCAA Division I women’s basketball programmes are due in the capital this week for one of the most anticipated early season tournaments on the college basketball schedule.

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Golf event aims to raise $100,000 to help BAARK

AGAINST a backdrop of blue sky and perfectly manicured greens at the Ocean Club Golf Course, two Cabinet ministers, the CEO of ALIV and community leaders today threw their support behind a golf tournament aimed at raising $100,000 to help fund BAARK’s efforts to slow the stray pet population through spaying and neutering.

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‘Big Red Machine Madness’ to honour Sonja Knowles

BEFORE she officially retires as principal of St Augustine’s College in December, the Athletic Department is planning to hold “Big Red Machine Madness” in honour of Sonja Knowles on Saturday, November 27.

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BAARK: Ministers lending their full support to inaugural Potcake Golf Tournament

NEITHER may be able to be competitive on the course, but both Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Mario Bowleg and Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Clay Sweeting are lending their full support to the inaugural Potcake Golf Tournament.

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Abaco residents ‘face hardship’

TWO years after Hurricane Dorian destroyed Abaco, many residents still face immense hardship with some living in close proximity to raw sewerage and others living in cars.

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