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Bahamas set to make college football bowl history Dec. 20

The upcoming collegiate American Football bowl season will begin right here in The Bahamas on December 20. Indeed, according to Director of Communications Chris Pika, the 2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas

Coach Monty Williams looking to lead center Ayton to stardom

“We’ll play through Devin and DeAndre.” That’s a reported quote from the new head coach of the Phoenix Suns, Monty Williams. Reference is to the 7’ 1” Bahamian center with the Suns,

Wealth of potential in Family Islands to boost BAAA brand

The Golden Eagles Track Club, coordinated by Aliey Rolle and Derek Wells, staged a track and field meet this past Saturday at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex (GBSC). I checked out the

Uphill challenge faces World Boxing League

Chief boxing personnel in the country today have been dealing with the hard task of keeping the sport relevant and worthy of “core” status. There has not been a strong amateur boxing

Fifty years of advancement for national soccer fraternity

A gala dinner, marking 50 years of advancement by the Bahamas Football Association (BFA) is scheduled to take place at the British Colonial Hilton Nassau Hotel beginning tonight at 7

World Boxing League earmarks Bahamas for launch of forum

Boxing entrepreneur Phil Penston and a few of his associates have embarked upon an innovative plan, geared to expand the sport and at the same time, create added excitement to

World relays debacle results in much-needed sports focus

The one positive result from the debacle of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ (BAAA) representation at the fourth International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays in Yokohama, Japan,

Poorly managed world relays process makes push for sports funding difficult

The incredibly inept manner in which the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) handled the process of two representative teams at the 2019 IAAF World Relays in Yokohama, Japan, over

Bahamian influence heavy in Warriors/Rockets series

Prominent in my mind throughout the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Western Conference semifinals between the defending champions Golden State Warriors and the talented Houston Rockets was the Bahamian influence. The Warriors