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It is the end of the halfway mark of the 2019 Hero World Challenge and it is American Patrick Reed who is now the sole leader of the 18-man field down at the Albany Golf Course in western New Providence yesterday afternoon. Reed scored six-under par 66 again after shooting that

Buffalo, Charlotte ready for Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl showdown

The head coaches of the two teams that will duel in the 2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl – the University

Woodland, Reed share lead after Hero World Challenge first round

There were some tough, windy conditions in the first round of the 2019 Hero World Challenge Golf tournament, but Gary

Hoopfest organizers looking forward to next year

It is still 2019 but Simeon Hinsey and Marvin Henfield, organizers and co-founders of the inaugural Bahamas Hoopfest Women’s Basketball

‘Buddy’ stepping up in Fox’s absence

After struggling to open the season, Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield and the Sacramento Kings are now just two games off last season’s

SSL Finals get underway in Montagu Bay

Tied in with the “Best of the Best” Regatta this week, the Star Sailors League (SSL) Finals is back, and the

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Paul Cash played important role in first amateur boxing golden era

Amateur boxing has had two golden eras. The birth year evolved

National heroes come out of sports landscape as well

This coming Saturday, December 7, at the Grand Lucayan Pavilion

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East Judo Club competes at Dallas Invitational Judo Championships

The 54th Annual Dallas Invitational Judo Championships saw the Aquamarine, Black and Gold acknowledged. The competition was held at the

Jones notches career-high in win for Texas Longhorns

Already, Bahamian Kai Jones is working himself into the Texas Longhorns’ rotation, and establishing himself as a source of endearment

Mantas win bronze in water polo tournament in Florida

A four-game split and a bronze medal was a fitting way to end the year for one of the popular clubs

Tiger Woods wins Hero Shot at Baha Mar

Back in The Bahamas for his signature classic, the world’s most popular golfer, who is tied as the winningest golfer of

Jaida Knowles commits to Kentucky

Surrounded by family, friends, coaches, 17-year-old Bahamian sprinting sensation, Jaida Knowles committed to the University of Kentucky Wildcats to continue

Razorbacks perfect at inaugural Bahamas Hoopfest Classic

The Associated Press’ 25th-ranked team the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, picked up its second win of the 1st annual Bahamas