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Name: Valin Bodie Age: 17 Sport: Soccer School: St. Augustine's College Grade: 11 G-Series Performance: Bodie helped lead the U-17 Cavalier FC boys team to victory in the Bahamas Football Association's Knock Out Tournament last weekend. He scored th
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org WITH the increasing popularity of triathlons and road races on the local racing calendar, Abaco island is next to play host in March. The inaugural Great Abaco Family Fitness Weekend (GAFFW) 20
Great Abaco Family Fitness Weekend on Treasure Cay By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com WITH the increasing popularity of road races and triathlons on the Bahamian calendar, Abaco island is all set to play host to the inaugural G
THE Japan Karate Association Bahamas Club left for international competition expecting to provide a learning experience for its members, however they exceeded expectations with their performances. The club proudly returned home from the Japan Karate Assoc
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Jordan Scott's alley-oop dunk made history by scoring the first basket in the inaugural Battle 4 Atlantis. But it was a dominant performance by Keith Clanton and clutch plays down the stretch f
RUGBY CUCKOOS ARE CHAMPIONS THE Cuckoos continued their dominance this season with a 17-15 victory over Baillou to win the Bahamas Cup finale at Winton rugby pitch Saturday. Back in January, Cuckoos defeated Baillou 44-10 to clinch the Nassau Cup Trophy.
Family Fitness Weekend sets tone for success of future editions By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com In its inaugural year, the Great Abaco Family Fitness Weekend, with a full slate of events for athletes and their families, set
AHEAD of next month’s inaugural “Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise” event organisers are hosting a two-day clinic for aspiring players. Approximately 50 participants turned out on day one of the clinic yesterday, which was hosted at the Freedom Farm Baseball Complex. Day two will be hosted at the Junior Baseball League of Nassau’s Field of Dreams from 9am to 1pm, free of charge and open to players between nine and 14 years.
By RENALDO DORSETT Tribune Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org It was a strong showing for Bahamians in the third annual Marathon Bahamas presented by Sunshine Insurance. Bahamians took the top spot in seven different age groups, including the best
Another major event on The Bahamas’ sports tourism calendar has been cancelled due to the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com BENNET Davis continues to remain afloat on a basketball circuit on the other side of the globe as he works his way back to the NBA D-League and ultimately a shot in the NBA. Davis has spent the
By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Sparked by a group of players from the Bahamas led by dynamic and versatile playmaker Demetrius Ferguson, the 2011 Holland College Hurricanes have returned football to prominence in Prince Edwa
The Bahamas’ sports tourism product continues to suffer from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic with several major events on the local calendar relocated or postponed. The latest casualties were Complete Sport Management’s Battle 4 Atlantis presented by Bad Boy Mowers and bd Global’s Islands of the Bahamas Showcase. Both events will be relocated to respective locations in the United States.
THE preparation for the stakeholders, participating teams, fans, locals and visitors are complete and game day is finally here. The fourth edition of the Bahamas Bowl, a matchup between the Ohio University Bobcats and the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers, kicks off 12:30pm today at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.