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The Charlie Robins/Mario Bowleg administrative era in the Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) has reached a significant stage. The president and vice president, respectively, Robins and Bowleg, are in charge of

Drumeco Archer’s motto (Greatest of All Time—GOAT) captured the imagination of most within the track and field fraternity in The Bahamas, and observers as well. The campaign’s marketing plum catapulted

What is the national sport of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas? Cricket, presently, is still considered the sport so designated, decades ago. The passing of a sailing legend, Eleazor “Barber J”

Eleazor “Barber J” Johnson has died at the age of 80. A sports icon, and businessman supreme, has passed on. I first encountered Eleazor Johnson, as a very young lad, in

Going back two years ago when plans were announced to stage the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) National Championships in Grand Bahama, the then Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture

When October rolls around, the grand dame of Bahamian athletics, Pauline Davis-Thompson, would have completed 12 consecutive years as an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) council member. Prior to that,

The revered Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee is quickly moving towards his 73rd birthday. The passion is ever strong for passing on his unique basketball knowledge to young boys and girls. On

The venerable Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee continues to be a great advocate for female basketball. Almost two decades ago, through his HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through Education and Sports) Geneva Rutherford

There is none other more enthused about track and field than Kermit Taylor. Some years ago he approached me and spoke passionately about the need for a stronger link between