Saturday, Mar 28, 2020

In the view of the president of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC), Bahamian Mike Sands, they would not want to go beyond August for the hosting of the 2020 CARIFTA Games. At this point, in the face of the growing COVID-19 pandemic, CARIFTA – the biggest

Johnson’s bout against Russian fighter postponed

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the postponement of the April 4 professional boxing match between Bahamian middleweight boxer Tureano “Reno”

World U20 Championships postponed

It seems the order of the day for sports events this year has been a postponement or cancelation due to

Uibos working out at home in Florida

The postponement or cancelation of almost every major sporting event this year – including, ultimately, the 2020 Summer Olympic Games

Tokyo Olympics to be held in 2021

For the first time in history, the Olympic Games has been moved, set for an odd year – 2021. Due to

Olympics postponed

Among growing criticism and pressure on all sides, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to postpone this summer’s Olympic

Lou Adderley, national sports hero prototype

The coronavirus has the primary focus of the world. This

Greater sports focus advocated for selection of national heroes

Firstly, let me express my support for the National Honours. One

Bahamians Hield, Ayton likely out of NBA playoffs

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing havoc within the sports world. Bahamians,

Pacesetters take down St. Agnes in cricket action

The Pacesetters took down St. Agnes by eight wickets in the Bahamas Cricket Association’s (BCA) Twenty-Twenty (T20) league action at

Turnquest to play water polo for Connecticut College

Bahamian Alexander Turnquest, a member of The Bahamas’ water polo team that won three consecutive gold medals at the CARIFTA

Weech victorious at KPMG Regatta

Junior Optimist sailor Joshua Weech showed why he is one of the top young sailors in The Bahamas, claiming the

Dames receives NCAA DI offer from South Carolina State

Bahamian student-athlete Joshua Dames has achieved one of his ultimate goals, receiving a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I

Special Olympics Bahamas stages walkathon; suspends activities

Following its awareness walkathon, which was held this past Saturday, Special Olympics Bahamas has made a decision, in line with

Olympics still on radar for UB duo

After their exceptional performances at the Purdue Gene Edmonds Memorial Invitational in January, the Olympics was looking like a realistic