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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 the sport badly

Lucayan Reef Course charges hinder Bahamian golf growth

Although many in the country, a lot of financial and hospitality experts as well, frowned upon the government of The Bahamas’ decision to purchase the Grand Lucayan Complex, those of

Ole Miss Athletics Director Bjork believes in ‘Coach Yo’

On April 6, 2018 at the fabled Pavilion in Oxford, Mississippi, the center piece of activities on the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) campus, Director of Athletics Ross Bjork emphasized

Taylor’s enthusiastic approach fitting for revitalized BAAA national program 

Fred Sturrup is currently out of office, and during this time, The Nassau Guardian will run a few of his Sports Scope columns from the past. There is none other more

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

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