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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.

NCAA swim: Student athletes make a splash

SEVERAL Bahamian student athletes set school records, new personal bests and earned spots on the medal podium at their respective NCAA swimming conference championships.

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200 Haitian migrants repatriated

NEARLY 200 Haitian migrants were repatriated to their homeland in two separate charter flights yesterday.

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‘I felt my hamstring so I decided to shut it down’

Citing a hamstring injury that hampered her progress, Shaunae Miller-Uibo couldn’t gut it out with the field yesterday and had to basically jog to the finish line in 24.00 seconds for eighth place in the women’s 200 metres.

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Great Bahamas Shoot Out Pool Tournament in epic showdown

THE stage was set for an epic showdown yesterday as the Great Bahamas Shoot- Out Pool Tournament came to a close following four successful weeks of intense competition.

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Evans CAC Female Swimmer of Year

Fresh off her stellar performance at the 15th edition of the FINA World Championships in Abu Dhabi this month, Grand Bahamian Joanna Evans got the news that she was selected as the Central American and Caribbean Female Swimmer of the Year.

‘Fantastic Four’ in FINA World Swim Championships

BAHAMAS Aquatics is expected to field a four-member team to compete at the 2021 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m).

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$200 fine for man over marijuana found in vehicle

A 20-year-old man who was found with a small quantity of marijuana earlier this week was fined $200 yesterday.

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Steven Gardiner Senior Male Athlete of Year

IN a year where we’ve had some extraordinary performances by players on their various international teams, Steven Gardiner managed to prevail above them all with his Olympic gold medal to earn The Tribune Sports’ 2021 Male Athlete of the Year.

Bahamians set school records at NEC swim and dive

BAHAMIAN student athletes figured prominently in Howard University’s record-setting performances at the Northeast Conference Swimming and Diving Championships.

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Man punched police officer

A MAN who assaulted a police officer after punching another man in the face while they were both detained in police custody was yesterday fined $200.

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Migrants convicted

NEARLY 200 hundred migrants were convicted of immigration offences on Friday.

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$800 fine for marijuana

A MAN caught with more than $200 worth of marijuana must pay $800 to avoid spending three months on remand.

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Swimmer Davante Carey and Bearcats improve to 7-0

DAVANTE Carey had an active weekend for the McKendree Bearcats Swimming as the No.4 ranked team improved to 7-0 in dual meets this season.

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Man denies series of Paradise Island thefts

A MAN was charged in Magistrate’s Court yesterday in connection with a series of thefts on Paradise Island that included over $5,000 worth of smart TVs and almost $200 worth of alcohol.

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Community service for stealing jumper cable

A 25-year-old man who claimed he stole a jumper cable from a man’s vehicle because he was drunk was yesterday ordered to complete 200 hours of community service.

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Warm welcome for American Queen Voyages

AMERICAN Queen Voyages made its inaugural visit to Grand Bahama on Saturday, bringing some 200 passengers.

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Tokyo Olympic team named

All four female 200 metre qualifiers, a women’s 4 x 400m relay team and two swimmers have been named to the Bahamas’ 2020 Olympic Games team.

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Shaunae Miller-Uibo Tribune Sports’ Female Athlete of Year

WITH another sterling 400-metre gold medal performance at the COVID-19 delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games a year later, Shaunae Miller-Uibo was in vintage form as she got her name stamped on another Tribune Sports’ Female Athlete of the Year.

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Disappointment for Shaunae Miller-Uibo in 200m final

The 200m final in Tokyo, Japan turned out to be a major disappointment for Shaunae Miller-Uibo as she jogged across the finish line in eighth place.