THE Nassau Rowing Club and the Windsor High School Rowing team have teamed up to stage the inaugural Lake Cunningham Classic on Lake Cunningham on Saturday.
SOME of the country’s top junior and senior athletes will be in Grand Bahama competing in the Fast Track Athletics’ inaugural Spring Fling Invitational this weekend.
MEMBER of Parliament Wayde Watson said one of the alternative ways of helping to deter some of the crime in his inner city community is to stage their inaugural Bain and Grants Town Summer Games.
LEGENDARY professional baseball player turned executive Derek Jeter will hold his inaugural Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational (DJCI) Gala at Baha Mar’s Performing Arts & Convention Center in The Bahamas on Saturday, April 30.
IN what has been an impressive debut season with the Benedict College Tigers men’s volleyball team, Bahamian Ras Jesse Delancy was named the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Player of the Year.
AHMARD Harvey was the latest Bahamian collegiate basketball prospect to land with a new programme following his time in the NCAA transfer portal.
THE collaboration between the Nassau Rowing Club and the Windsor High School Rowing Team, both coached by Canadian Olympic champions, produced a competitive inaugural Lake Cunningham Classic on Saturday on Lake Cunningham.
AFTER earning the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Volleyball Player of the Year for the Benedict College Tigers last week, Bahamian Ras Jesse Delancy showed his versatility as he made the transition to track and field where he competed in the high jump.
Atlantis has moved to better enable its guests to “experience the sheer beauty of the Family Islands” with this week’s launch of its partnership with Coco Bahama Seaplanes and Kamalame Cay.
EXUMA junior rowers Andrew Bowe and Destiny Rolle made history on Thursday when they grabbed gold and bronze medals respectively in the under-19 boys and girls Beach Sprints at the America’s Cup Coastal Rowing Regatta.
An ex-tourism minister yesterday voiced optimism that the Grand Lucayan’s sale will be the “catalyst” that builds scale by luring other resort developers to Freeport, adding: “Lord knows Grand Bahama needs it.”