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Cephas Bowe was the first light heavyweight champion in the history of amateur boxing in The Bahamas. He was followed by Pat Strachan, who went on to have a creditable professional

Over 50 years of mentoring, nurturing and being the catalyst for the development of some of the nation’s finest basketball players will officially be recognized in September of 2019 with

Over the weekend, the Cecil G. Cooke Memorial Regatta took place in Montagu Bay, New Providence. John Dunkley, who is one of the primary catalysts for international sailing in the country

Sponsors have long been the collective mainstay, essential to the very foundation of the sports landscape in The Bahamas. While there are those who based on their business brand become synonymous with

A Large group of national golfers are expected to converge on Freeport, Grand Bahama, this weekend, for the 3rd Annual Edward St. George Memorial Invitational Golf Tournament. A product of

It was just an exhibition game, but the University of Mississippi’s (Ole Miss) women’s basketball team demonstrated a fire power that could bode well for incoming Head Coach Yolett “Coach

The statistics line was representative of an authentic National Basketball Association (NBA) star. The superstar status has not yet been attained, but without a doubt, Bahamian “Buddy” Hield, the starting shooting

Within the track and field family in The Bahamas, the concentration on the upcoming November 24 election of executive officers and council members is quite heavy. The top conversation piece for

Less than 48 hours after he threw his last punch in a quality 24-6-1 win-loss-draw record professional boxing career, Meacher ‘Major Pain’ Major put together a program that figures to