Saturday, May 30, 2020

Bahamian junior swimmers are looking at the positive side with the cancelation of the 2020 CARIFTA Swimming Championships. The meet was slated for April 11 to 14 at the Barbados Aquatic Center in Wildey, Barbados. It is traditionally held during the Easter holiday weekend. Swimmers Nigel Forbes and Keianna Moss were set to swim in

Uncertainty remains over WNBA season

Coming off a season in which they came within a game of winning their first-ever Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA)

Swimmers will not get their ‘last dance’ opportunity

With the CARIFTA Swimming Championships officially canceled, those swimmers at the top of the 15-17 age category will now be

Andy Thompson cherishes work on ‘The Last Dance’

Andy Thompson said he’s honored to be the mastermind behind “The Last Dance” documentary, detailing Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ final championship

Bahamian athletes earn All-America honors

A total of five Bahamian collegiate track and field athletes are being honored for their performances during the 2020 indoor season

CARIFTA aquatics officially canceled

As of yesterday, the 2020 CARIFTA Swimming and Water Polo Championships have officially been canceled. With the COVID-19 pandemic still lingering, officials

ORU trio earns academic all-league accolades

A trio of Bahamians were among six Oral Roberts University (ORU) track and field athletes to be named to the

Hield, Ayton may finish season at Disney

It looks like Bahamians Chavano “Buddy” Hield and DeAndre Ayton may be headed to Disney World to finish their 2019-2020

Summer camps heavily dependent on government orders

It’s almost that time of year again, when summer basketball camps come into play, but given the nature of the