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Shakeem Smith, a senior at UTEP, broke a 20-year school record in the men’s 60m hurdles at the Texas Tech Corky Classic in Lubbock, Texas. He finished third in that event over the weekend in a personal best time of 7.90 seconds. UTEPMINERS.COM

Smith breaks 20-year school record

Bahamian track and field athletes are starting off the 2020 season with a bang, and right in the mix, are a number of collegians who are running exceptional times and recording impressive distances. Despite it being so early in the season, for the most part,

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The Bahamas’ three-member team of Sierra Rodgers and Saphirre and Breann Ferguson advanced to the quarterfinals of the World Junior Tennis (WJT) Girls 14s North/Central America and Caribbean Pre-Qualifying Tournament, currently underway in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. They will play the host nation Dominican Republic in the quarters today. BAHAMAS LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION

The Bahamas defeats Barbados to remain alive in qualifying

With a 3-0 win over Barbados on Monday, Team Bahamas moved into the quarterfinals of the World Junior Tennis (WJT) Girls 14s North/Central America and Caribbean Pre-Qualifying Tournament, currently underway at the Parque del Este in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. In singles, Sierra Rodgers prevailed over Barbados’ top player Shonte

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A render of the government’s proposed redevelopment of Princess Margaret Hospital. The plan would call for the demolition of seven existing structures, with one of the phases costing nearly $150 million.

Masterplan for PMH revealed 

The government’s proposed redevelopment of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) would call for the demolition of seven existing structures, with one of the phases costing nearly $150 million. That figure is just a fraction of the price outlined in a Ministry of Health project summary prepared for

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