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“The Eternal One” Chris Brown has hinted of a comeback on quite a few occasions, but there is little doubt that an official retirement is near. He has been the most

The late Sir Durward “Sea Wolf” Knowles, in life, bridged many eras, also, social, political and religious divides. More so than anyone I can think of, as I rapidly approach

Out of the announcement that the Bahamas Baseball Federation (BBF) has dissolved in favor of the Bahamas Baseball Association (BBA) being allowed to be the one true parent organization in

When the respective construction works on facilities are completed, the Abacos will be fully established as the base of the most significant element of an embryonic National Sports Academy in

Fred Sturrup is currently off the island, and during this time The Nassau Guardian will run some of his Sports Scope columns from the past. The national baseball fraternity is united.

For decades, American football in the country was stuck in a tug-o-war battle, regarding which organization owned “international recognition” status. The now seemingly defunct Bahamas American Football Federation (BAFF) seized an

It was interesting to see the former Minister for Hurricane Restoration/Recovery Shane Gibson stand up in the House of Assembly and speak braggingly about the work that had been done

One of the problems Bahamians are constantly confronted with, is being kept in the dark by governing politicians. This is so very true, regarding the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)

Over the last decade or so, this tiny country, in the hosting of mega sports events, has outdone many other larger nations that dwarf The Bahamas in population. I refer to