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LOCAL NEWS: 40 member team to represent Bahamas at CUT Track and Field Championships

A 40-member team is scheduled to leave town on Thursday to represent the Bahamas at the Caribbean Union of Teachers Track and Field Championships in Kingston, Jamaica, this weekend.

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4 DAYS TO GO: Team USA on a simple mission

TEAM USA is in town and their mission is a simple one: to reestablish their dominance of the relays at the inaugural International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) World Relays Bahamas 2014.

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32-member team all set for the 3rd IAAF/ BTC World Relays

WHEN the third edition of the IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017 comes to the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium later this month, the Bahamas will assemble a 31-member team, focusing primarily on the men and women 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 metre relays.

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Switzerland relay teams look to qualify for Rio Olympics

LAST year, Switzerland fell short in the bid for their women’s 4 x 100 metre relay team to qualify for the IAAF World Championships.

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Dental X-Rays and Brain Tumors

A tumor is an abnormal growth of body tissue. It can be cancerous, noncancerous, precancerous or may have no cancerous potential at all. A brain tumor, in particular, is an abnormal growth of tissue inside the cranium or inside the central spinal canal. The cranium is a skull without the mandible (lower jaw bone).

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Men’s 4 x 400 team 2nd at Penn Relays

WITH another outstanding anchor leg from Alonzo Russell, the men’s 4 x 400 metre team placed second behind the United States of America in the much anticipated USA versus the World showdown while the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine got into a couple high school finals at the 124th version of the Penn Relays.

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roker and x-men upset tigers

AZARO Roker and StFX X-Men scored the biggest upset of the Men’s U SPORTS college basketball season with a thrilling win over Shemarr Burrows, Jordan Wilson and the No. 2 ranked Dalhousie Tigers.

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Penn Relays: Mullings 2nd in the decathlon

NATIONAL record holder Ken Mullings picked up a second place finish in the men’s decathlon as the prestigious Penn Relays, now in its 125th year, officially began at the Franklyn Field in Philadelphia.

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Ferguson named 'Athlete of Week' for 2nd time this season

A STELLAR season on the gridiron continues for Bahamian defensive back Demetrius Ferguson and the St Francis Xavier X-Men.

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DEMETRIUS IS NAMED X-MEN SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK

VERSATILE defensive back Demetrius Ferguson continues to excel in his senior season with the St Francis Xavier X-Men football programme.

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The 10-step plan to fight cyber risk

Rigorous IT security assessments should be performed by specialists. They can give you a head start towards understanding your company’s capabilities for managing and mitigating the ever-present risk that cyber threats pose today. We believe that ex

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Shavonne Smith: Prepare to combat rise in cybercrime

In the first of a new series, Deloitte & Touche (Bahamas) Shavonne Smith urges companies to take prevention measures to the next level . . .

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Taking security beyond the passwords, firewalls

Deloitte’s Shavonne Smith warns companies to extend prevention further than access control

It may be fair to wonder, especially if a Board member does not have a professional information technology (IT) background, whether asking management about specific security measures might invite jargon-ridden replies that leave the director no wiser than before.

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Sales of iPhone X begin: Can Apple live up to the hype?

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple’s iPhone X went on sale Friday, as the company scrambles to meet demand for a marquee device that sports a lush screen, facial-recognition skills and a $1,000 price tag .

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Roker posts double double, X-Men rout Axemen 99-76

IN his final season with the St Francis Xavier X-Men, Azaro Roker had a long-awaited opportunity to return to the court amid the COVID-19 pandemic and bid farewell to the programme’s legendary coach.

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Bolt fit and ready for 4 x 200m record bid at IAAF World Relays

WITH his name on three of the four sprint world records that have a Jamaican flag attached to it, Usain 'Lightning' Bolt said he will be concentrating this weekend on the 4 x 200m at the IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2015 at the Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium.

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Coach excited about Team Bahamas in the Penn Relays

BASED on the performances seen over the last few weeks since he got his assignment, coach Henry Rolle said he's excited about the Bahamas

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Shaunae gets set for 4 x 200 in IAAF World Relays debut

A coach’s decision will only allow Shaunae Miller to come home and compete in the women’s 4 x 200 metres, but the country’s premier quarter-miler is still confident that Team Bahamas will put on a show as she makes her debut at the IAAF 2015 BTC World Relays.

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Penn Relays: Cleare and Rolle to serve as head coach, relay coordinator respectively

COLLEGIATE assistant coaches George Cleare and Henry Rolle will get a chance to put their collective minds together for the team that will represent the Bahamas at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Moscow, Russia.

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