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OFFICIAL RESULTS: Gunite/Swift Swimming Heptathlon

• Here’s a look at the results of the Swift Swimming’s 2017 Gunite Pools/Swift Swimming Heptathlon Meet held on Friday and Saturday at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex:

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Start battling aging skin today

We all have a different genetic code that determines how we age. It is permanently imprinted on your DNA whether you will get crows’ feet or brow furrows, develop acne, and how quickly you’ll tan or burn. Although genetics play a part in how we age, our lifestyle and diet are also major contributing factors. Aging is inescapable. However, the way we age isn’t, and you can fight it. You can have a vibrant complexion and enjoy beautiful skin at any age, provided you start now.

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RESULTS: Barracuda Swim Club/Atlantic Medical Invitational

• Here’s a look at the individual performances of the Barracuda Swim Club’s Atlantic Medical Invitational at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex over the weekend:

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MARKETING REVOLUTION: The best incentive for major change

I once had a client who was dependent on customer service representatives to push a particular marketing promotion they were doing.

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RESULTS: Alpha Aquatics International Swim Meet

• HERE’S the results of the Alpha Aquatics International swim meet held at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex over the weekend:

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OFFICIAL RESULTS: BAHAMAS SWIMMING FEDERATION FINAL CARIFTA TRIALS

A LOOK at the results of the Bahamas Swimming Federation’s final CARIFTA trials at the Betty Kelly Kenning National Swim Complex over the weekend:

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Bodybuilders named for CAC

National champions Charles Reckley, Shakeria Ferguson, Angelica Wallace-Whitfield, Enderich Rahming and Giovanne Farrington will head the Bahamas’ 22-member team that will compete at the 2017 Central American and Caribbean Championships.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS: Barracuda/Leno Corporate Services Invitational

• RESULTS of the Barracuda Swim Club’s Leno Corporate Services Invitational at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex over the weekend:

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Capturing tourists before they arrive on our shores

IMAGINE this. John Smith lives in Minnesota. The winter has been tough, the job stressful, and so he decides to plan a cruise to the Caribbean. He e-mails his friend to ask him if he and his wife want to accompany him. Then he Googles 'cruises to the Caribbean'.

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Tida Wave, New Susan Chase, Whitty K and Judgment D crowned champions

THE Tida Wave, New Susan Chase, Whitty K and Judgment D all took the spotlight in the 62nd National Family Island Regatta in Georgetown, Exuma, over the weekend.

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RESULTS: Barracuda Swim Club/Atlantic Medical Invitational

• Here’s a look at the individual performances of the Barracuda Swim Club’s Atlantic Medical Invitational at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex over the weekend:

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Congrats to BSAA championship teams

THE Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association and its executives extended congratulations to its 2013-14 championship teams.

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Exam results table - depressing again

STUDENTS who took the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) examinations failed to do any better this year in Maths, English and Science than test takers for the past five years.

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Bannister supports keeping BGCSE averages secret

RESPONDING to this year’s bleak results and statistics from the BJC and BGCSE examinations, Senator Desmond Bannister called on parents to recognise the importance of education in their children’s lives and to encourage academic focus.

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SWIMMING RESULTS

RESULTS of the Alpha Aquatics - Rhoda Stamp Swim Meet at the Betty Kelly Kenning Swim Complex on Saturday:

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36-member Carifta swim team ratified

FOLLOWING the completion of the final trials at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Center over the weekend, the Bahamas Swimming Federation has ratified the team that will represent the Bahamas at the Carifta Swimming Championships in Kingston, Jamaica, over the Easter holiday weekend.

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Coaches work on their skills ahead of soccer season

WITH the youth soccer season kicking off next week, the Bahamas Football Federation (BFA) has been focusing on improving coaching skills and involving new coaches in the game in order to give players the right training from an early age.

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Results expose failing schools

A DAY after Education Minister Jeff Lloyd said “something is wrong” with the country’s educational system, officials withheld an official subject letter grade breakdown for the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education examination results, which also show that of 6,692 students who sat the national tests this year, only 521 or 7.8 per cent, scored a C or above in mathematics, English and a science subject.

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MARKETING REVOLUTION: The seven essential business web pages

Brendon Burchard is a best-selling author who was in a serious car accident. In that moment, as he faced death, he realised he had not lived up to his true potential. He asked himself three questions: Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?

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Protocol breach

Announcing Ambassadorial candidates before the country receiving them has accepted is a No-No...