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FOLLOWING the completion of the 2020 Major League Baseball season, the pair of Kristian Robinson and Jasrado “Jazz” Chisholm each achieved their highest rankings to date in the MLB Pipeline top 100.
The Bahamas Basketball Federation received its first funding to secure travel to the FIBA AmeriCup 2022 Qualifiers but federation president Mario Bowleg said the efforts may be hollow if the team is unable to adequately prepare for competition.
MAJOR League Baseball produced its first Top 30 Prospects for each franchise of the offseason and several Bahamian players were listed for their respective clubs. Kristian Robinson continues to head the list as the No.1 prospect of the Arizona Diamondbacks while Jazz Chisholm remains the No. 4 prospect of the Miami Marlins.
JAZZ Chisholm’s historic 2020 season had several milestones and one primary lesson learned which he hopes will set the stage for a long career in Major League Baseball. “Trust your routine, 100 percent your routine. Everything has to do with what you do every day because your body reacts to what you do every day, so I learned that very quickly,” Chisholm said on the MLB Pipeline Podcast with Jonathan Mayo.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo may have been the athlete most impacted by Salwa Eid Naser’s doping rule violation and the Bahamian athletics icon spoke publicly to express her views on the controversial decision.
The trade rumours surrounding “Buddy” Hield have recently ramped up on social media, but the new general manager of the Sacramento Kings revealed no immediate plans to move the Bahamian shooting guard.
JONQUEL Jones delivered another dominant performance and her hot shooting led the Connecticut Sun to a blowout win in their WNBA preseason finale.
By RENALDO DORSETT Tribune Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org The world's largest breast cancer association has partnered with Marathon Bahamas to host the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure for the second consecutive year in the Bahamas in a weeken
by RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter email@example.com Known as perennial contenders in track and field, soccer and swimming the Queens College Comets are establishing themselves as a basketball powerhouse in the Bahamas Association of Secondary S
Junkanoo Beach - Nassau, Bahamas January 15, 2012 Overall Male Winner Overall FirstName LastName Country Age 10K 21K 30K GunTime NetTime Pace 1 Bryan Huberty USA 33 36:41 1:16:56 1:51:12 2:42:53 2:42:53 6:13 Overall Female Winner 3 Angela
By RENALDO DORSETT Tribune Sports Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org THE Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Center is officially back in business after it hosted its first swim meet in nearly four months last week, and the schedule of events continues this week
LIGHTBOURNE Marine wrapped up the final leg of their 5th Annual Wahoo Challenge with a well-attended awards ceremony at The Green Parrot, East Bay Street, on Tuesday night. Thanks to Greg Graham, Robert Wells, Peter Maury and the staff and management of