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Sunshine Insurance Marathon Bahamas - Full Marathon Results

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

Buddy leads Oklahoma to 61-43 victory

AS non-conference play comes to an end, Buddy Hield continues to lead the No.18 ranked Oklahoma Sooners as they prepare to take on the remainder of the Big 12 in the next segment of the season.

Serena gets 14th straight victory

By ANDREW DAMPF AP Sports Writer ROME (AP) -- Top-ranked Novak Djokovic made a solid return to red-clay courts, dominating Australian teenager Bernard Tomic 6-3, 6-3 Tuesday night to open his Italian Open title defense. On the women's side, Serena William

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Bahamas falls to Argentina

The Bahamas men’s national basketball team didn’t have any answers for Argentina as they pulled away in the second half for a 95-77 win for their second consecutive loss in five days in the FIBA Americas 2023 World Cup Qualifier.

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Miller-Uibo gets 400m victory in Hungary

SHAUNAE Miller-Uibo, lowering her own meet record, continued her success on the international circuit by repeating as the champion of the women’s 400 metres at the Gyulai Memorial in Hungary.One of four Bahamians entered in the meet yesterday, Miller

Big Red Machine hold off the Comets for 24th straight win

THE St Augustine's College Big Red Machine held off a strong challenge from the Queen's College Comets to win their 24th straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools title at Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Friday. Here's a l

Big Red Machine hold off the Comets for 24th straight win

THE St Augustine's College Big Red Machine held off a strong challenge from the Queen's College Comets to win their 24th straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools title at Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Friday. Here's a l

Big Red Machine hold off the Comets for 24th straight win

THE St Augustine's College Big Red Machine held off a strong challenge from the Queen's College Comets to win their 24th straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools title at Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Friday. Here's a l

Big Red Machine hold off the Comets for 24th straight win

THE St Augustine's College Big Red Machine held off a strong challenge from the Queen's College Comets to win their 24th straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools title at Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Friday. Here's a l

Big Red Machine hold off the Comets for 24th straight win

THE St Augustine's College Big Red Machine held off a strong challenge from the Queen's College Comets to win their 24th straight Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools title at Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium on Friday. Here's a l

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POTCAKEMAN TRIATHLON 2013

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St Fort, Coleby shine in Japan

MARK St Fort and Kadeem Coleby produced different results for their respective teams as Niigata Albirex and Akita Northern Happinets continued competition in the Japanese Basketball League’s B1 Division over the weekend. Eighth ranked Niigata A defeated 10th ranked Hokkaido L 77-68 on Saturday. They outrebounded Hokkaido L. 43-29 including a 34-20 advantage in defensive rebounds.

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43-YEAR-OLD WOMAN DIES FROM COVID-19

THE country’s COVID-19 death toll has increased to 182 after the death of a 43-year-old woman was reclassified as coronavirus related on Friday.

Carnival group trashes park

This morning, I went with a group of cyclists past Clifton Heritage site near Jaws Beach around 7:30am. There was a group of Carnival partiers that had clearly been going all night.

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Athletes bring home 3 gold medals, 4 silver, bronze

SAMSON Colebrooke, Keyshawn Strachan and Anthaya Charlton helped to lead the Bahamas to a fifth-place finish in the 10th North American, Central American and Caribbean U-18 and U-23 Athletic Championships in Queretaro, Mexico.

Djokovic reaches the quarterfinals

By ANDREW DAMPF AP Sports Writer ROME (AP) -- Top-ranked Novak Djokovic overcame a poor first set and a smashed racket to beat Juan Monaco 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 and reach the Italian Open quarterfinals yesterday. Also through at Foro Italico were five-time Rome c

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Giants blast Rockets as NPBA action resumes

AFTER taking a break for the Christmas holiday, the New Providence Basketball Association resumed its 2016/17 season over the weekend at AF Adderley Gymnasium.

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Bahamas Drug Council Fun Run/Walk March 7 at Arawak Cay Heritage Site

THE Caribbean Bottling Company is proud to support the upcoming Bahamas Drug Council’s Fun, Run/Walk. CBC will keep the walkers, runners and joggers hydrated with Dasani water.

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Jones and Sun, with 1-7 record, continue to struggle

JONQUEL Jones and the Connecticut Sun continue to struggle and fell to 1-7 in the WNBA standings after a pair of losses this weekend.

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QC calls on Bahamians to vote yes to all questions

WITH less than a week left before the June 7 referendum on gender equality, prominent Freeport attorney and human rights activist Fred Smith, QC, is urging Bahamians to end discrimination between men and women in The Bahamas by voting “yes” to all four referendum questions.