Basketball

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'Put Up or Shut Up’

For all those guys who love trash talking on the court during games of pick-up basketball, the time has come for them to “put up, or shut up.”
The Derek “Bookie” Nesbitt NBA S ...

It's 'Miller' time

Battling fatigue and gasping for breath, veteran point guard Franco Miller mustered up enough energy to drive the lane and score the winning basket with three seconds remaining in triple overtime, to ...

'Focused, loyal, committed'

Before day two action in the 2013 GBSSAA Domino’s Pizza/Coca-Cola Senior Boys’ Tip-Off Classic got underway yesterday at the St. Georges gym, deputy director of education, Sandra Edgecombe ...

Staying cool under pressure

If coach Darrell Sears feels any pressure on him because his senior boys team are the defending champions for the Domino’s Pizza Tip Off Classic, then he’s masking that pressure well.

Sear ...

Football

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ISS Marine wins Men’s Flag Championship

Let’s all stand and salute, because this has certainly been a year of the Marines in Grand Bahama Flag Football.
The Lady Marines disposed of the Police Lady Enforcers to clinch the female cham ...

Lady Marines wins flag championship


The Lady Marines football team is determined to begin a dynasty.
That’s the sentiments of coach Terry Wildgoose, who by the way, is a strong Dallas Cowboys fan, and who just be stuck in the er ...

Rugby

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3rd Annual Junior Rugby Tournament ... a success

Over the weekend the Freeport Rugby Club held its 3rd Annual Junior Rugby International Tournament and organizers said it was a great success. 
Arriving in The Bahamas were teams from the Cayman ...

Soccer

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Swimming

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GBPA makes splash in support of Swift Swimming

A local swimming club is looking to make a splash at this year’s Nationals, slated to be held June 20 – 23 in Nassau.  
Helping them along the way is The Grand Bahama Port Authority, ...

Albury-Higgs strikes gold for The Bahamas

The gold medal in the 100 meters (m) breaststroke at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championships, for 13-14 girls, now hangs from the neck of Margaret Albur ...

Quartet already in Barcelona for swimming worlds


Olympic finalist Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace was the last of four Bahamian swimmers to arrive at the International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) World Aquatics Championships, currently underway ...

SOS - The YMCA Way

It was just a little over a month ago when the report came out of Nassau that a boy, who was allegedly part of a summer school class drowned while out on a beach picnic with the class.

Not long after ...

Track_Field

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Anglican Track Meet to honor veteran educator

The Anglican churches of the Northern Archdeaconry will hold their 4th Annual Track & Field meet this coming Saturday, October 4 at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. 

The 10 parishes which com ...

Laverne Eve Advocates Big Focus On Instruments

NEW PROVIDENCE – Laverne Eve will be 49 on June 16. She looks 15 years younger and is still by far, the best Bahamian female in the javelin event.

That's a tribute to her longevity and " good co ...

Who will run at the world relays?

Although the addition of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relay Championships has caused challenges for the selection of national teams, numerous federations have re ...

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