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Tynia Gaither (left) and Anthonique Strachan have both advanced to the women's 200m semifinals at the 17th IAAF World Championships.

Strachan, Gaither make 200m semis

DOHA, Qatar ‑ Anthonique Strachan and Tynia Gaither had little trouble getting out of the opening round heats of the women's 200 meters (m) at the 17th International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) World Championships currently ongoing in Doha, Qatar, but the real test is

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Barrise Griffin is the first Bahamian to receive a prestigious Butterfield Scholarship. Griffin, 24, has commenced studies at King’s College, University of London, United Kingdom, having been awarded the Butterfield Post-Graduate Scholarship, which is available to students in all 10 Butterfield jurisdictions globally who are studying disciplines related to the preservation and improvement of island environments at accredited institutions. BUTTERFIELD BANK

Barrise Griffin is first Bahamian to be awarded Butterfield International Scholarship

Barrise Griffin’s pursuit of a Master’s degree in disasters, adaptation and development management will pay off dividends for The Bahamas as she will be able to develop strategies that will help improve crisis response to natural disasters throughout the Caribbean, and to help the private

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Bahamian Tynia Gaither was fifth in her semifinal heat of the women's 100m at the 17th IAAF World Championships on Sunday. She ran 11.20 seconds. SHELDON LONGLEY

Gaither fails to make 100m final

DOHA, Qatar – Tynia Gaither came up short of making her first-ever major meet final of the women’s 100 meters (m) on Sunday, bowing out on the semis at the 17th International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) World Championships here in Doha, Qatar. In her opening

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Bahamian youngster Terrence Jones was disqualified in his opening round heat of the men's 200m at the 17th IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday. He said he summed it up as a learning experience. AP

Jones disqualified in men’s 200m

DOHA, Qatar – Sucking it up as a learning experience in his first-ever world global meet, Terrence Jones said that it is something that he could build on. He was disqualified in his opening round heat of the men’s 200 meters (m) at the 17th

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Bahamian sailor Joshua Weech in action. Weech is in 89th position with 89 points after day one of competition at the 2019 Optimist North American Championship (OPTINAM) at the Montagu foreshore yesterday. Action continues today. MATIAS CAPIZZANO

Team Bahamas looks to build on slow start at 2019 OPTINAM

It was a slow start for Team Bahamas at the 2019 Optimist North American Championship (OPTINAM) at the Montagu foreshore on day one of competition yesterday. The team is looking to perform better today and as the championships continue throughout the week. The championship features 164

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