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Ambrose Gouthro to be enshrined in African American Golfers Hall of Fame

A long-time contributor to golf development in The Bahamas, and indeed, the Caribbean/Latin region, is the newest Bahamian slated to be enshrined in the African American Golfers Hall of Fame. Melvin

Major excited over boxing  initiative in Grand Bahama

Meacher Major is anxious to interface the outreach program he will lead for the Pan American Caribbean Boxing Organization (PACBO), with the recently-launched Youth Boxing Camp, to be based in

Ministry of Education’s link elevates local boxing image

It could be that the relationship that is building between the Ministry of Education and the junior boxing family in the country will be the lift that it badly needs

GB West District Superintendent Butler supports GBSPA youth boxing

Ivan Butler is one of those educators who is steeped in youth involvement. No doubt, his early environment sensitized him to the necessity of providing young boys and girls wholesome

Steven Gardiner poised for big breakout season

How awesome will Steven Gardiner be this season? Abaco native Gardiner is just 23 years old and already has on his resume an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships 400

Davis-Thompson prepared to continue role in development of world athletics

When October rolls around, the grand dame of athletics in The Bahamas, Pauline Davis-Thompson, would have completed 12 consecutive years as an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Council Member. Prior

Mental fitness focused on by the BOC

What’s going on with the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC)? Well, there is the ongoing preparation for its biggest regional event this year, the 18th Pan American Games, scheduled for Lima, Peru, from

New BAAA ‘order of inclusion’ praised by CARIFTA head coach

At the very least, Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) President Drumeco Archer, quite early in his administration, is working toward ensuring that islands other than the capital island of

Kent Wood seizes opportunity to play professional basketball

Bahamian Kent Wood, 24, is about to realize his dream to play professional basketball. On Monday of this week, the Winter Park Storm of the Florida Basketball Association (FBA) communicated the