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Tynia Gaither retires

One of the hardest things for any athlete to do is to retire. But it’s so easy to do when you know that you have given it your all and there isn’t anything left in the tank.

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CH Reeves Raptors dominate to win 4th straight GSSSA Track & Field Title

THE 30th Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Track and Field Championships victory was signed, sealed and delivered to the CH Reeves Raptors yesterday at the original Thomas A Robinson Stadium.

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‘All eyes’ on high jumper Donald Thomas at the World Athletics Indoor Championship

AS the world gears up for the highly anticipated World Athletics Indoor Championship in Glasgow, Scotland, March 1-3, all eyes will be on Donald Thomas - the Bahamian high jump sensation who has consistently dazzled audiences with his remarkable talent and unwavering determination.

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Junior Davis Cup team advances to the finals

THE Bahamas’ Junior Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup teams performed brilliantly at the Billie Jean King Cup/Junior Davis Cup North, Central American and the Caribbean Pre- Qualifying Tournament in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, yesterday.

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DR KENT BAZARD: Principles of excellence in basketball sports performance training

GREETINGS, seekers of athletic mastery and enthusiasts of the courtly ballet! Dr. Kent Bazard here, your guide through the labyrinth of sports science.

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Raptors, Stingrays in the lead

30TH GSSSA TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 30th edition of the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Track and Field Championships got underway for the junior and senior schools yesterday at the original Thomas A Robinson stadium.

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‘Coach Yo’ and Ole Miss Lady Rebels two conference wins away from making history

GRAND Bahama native coach Yolett McPhee- McCuin and the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Rebels are just two wins away from earning the most Southeastern Conference victories in the programme’s history.

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ATHLETES OF THE MONTH: Devynne Charlton & Shannon Hanna II shine in February

DEVYNNE Charlton and Shannon Hanna II excelled in athletics and wrestling to be selected as February’s Tribune Athletes of the Month.

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World leader Ken Mullings excited to be in Scotland

While his aim was to get ready for the decathlon in the Olympic Games this summer, Ken Mullings took a shot at the World Athletics Indoor Championships, but he didn’t know that he would be the top heptathlon qualifier going into Glasgow, Scotland, this weekend.

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CARIFTA swimming trials: Last chance meet all set for King’s College on Western Road

THE Bahamas Aquatics Federation was hoping to host the 2024 CARIFTA Swimming Trials at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatic Centre March 8-9 but, due to ongoing renovations at the facility, the meet will be carried out at King’s College on Western Road instead.

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Junior Davis Cup team in the win column again

WHILE the Bahamas’ Junior Billie Jean King Cup for the under-16 girls’ contest was suspended because of the rain in the Dominican Republic, the Junior Davis Cup team got in their match and they prevailed with a 3-0 decision over Aruba.

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TaylorMade Limeade unveils latest sponsorship agreement with versatile Charisma Taylor

TaylorMade Limeade proudly unveils its latest sponsorship agreement with Charisma Taylor, the esteemed Bahamian national record holder.

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BLTA congratulates Howard University Bison’s Michael Major Jr for winning the Rookie of the Week

THE Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association congratulates Howard University Bison’s Michael Major Jr for winning Rookie of the Week for the Mid Eastern Atlantic Conference.

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‘Coach Yo’ and Ole Miss on a hot streak

WITH just two games remaining until the end of the NCAA Division 1 season, coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin and the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Rebels have turned it up a notch to reel off four straight wins.

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Bahamas ‘still in good position’

The Bahamas men’s national basketball team may have dropped a “disappointing” game to Puerto Rico in their rematch of the FIBA 2025 AmeriCup Qualifier on Sunday night.

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