An important milestone was achieved by the Bahamas Judo Federation (BJF) as Bahamian judo athlete Cynthia Rahming defeated the Guatemalan champion at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games qualifying event in the Dominican Republic this past weekend.
The team consisted of athletes Desmond Bootle (-60Kg.),
Fred Sturrup is currently out of the country. During this time, The Nassau Guardian will feature a few of his Sports Scope columns from the past.
The Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament is rapidly approaching.
The contract Atlantis reportedly has with the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) for annual
What if you looked in the mirror and saw something different — a small difference, a big difference; what if that difference changed your life forever? What if it caused you to question your beauty?” — That is the question posed by breast cancer survivor
There is an ongoing, unintentional attack, taking place on the auditory system of everyday people. Both children and adults are now at an increasingly higher risk of early onset hearing loss due to sounds emanating from earbuds. Unfortunately, many persons do not realize this is
A recent study revealed that more than a quarter of children are wearing shoes that could permanently damage their feet, and a staggering 29 percent of children can be wearing shoes that are completely the wrong size according to new research.
According to a survey of
I was going to state, if you want to be successful in life, you’ve got to have guts, but now I think I need to broaden that statement by saying, that just to be able to exist in today’s world you’ve got to have guts.
Remain focused; stay strong; be bold, courageous and brave; and always remember that education is really the key to success, were the words of advice given to female sixth grade students at C.W. Sawyer Primary School during the recent International Day of the Girl Child.
Author, forecaster and hurricane historian Wayne Neely will be featured on the PBS NOVA series “Killer Hurricanes”, which is scheduled to air on Wednesday, November 1.
“Killer Hurricanes” is based on Neely’s bestselling book, “The Great Hurricane of 1780 – The Story of the Greatest and
As the University of The Bahamas (UB) continues to embrace a sustainability paradigm and increase capacity for research undertakings and vibrant academic experiences, it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Cape Eleuthera Island School to strengthen cooperation in educational and research pursuits.
Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) fashion students got the opportunity to display their talents under the bright lights at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.
Guided by Kathy Pinder, chair of the fashion department, the students participated in their first theatrical design project inclusive