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The Bahamas has proven time and time again that it is arguably the best “pound for pound” nation for sports in the world, and as it relates to Special Olympics, that statement appears to be no different. The Special Olympics Bahamas team at the 15th Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, United

Murray, MacPhail win at MAKO Open Water Swim Meet

Joshua Murray and Anya MacPhail won the boys and girls five-kilometer (K) at the first MAKO Open Water Swim Meet,

Delancy nets hat-trick as Team Bahamas wins easily, 6-1

Team Bahamas forward Terry Delancy Jr. completed a hat-trick, leading The Bahamas’ Senior Men’s National Soccer Team to a convincing 6-1

Munnings, Warhawks advance to quarter-finals

It was sweet revenge for Bahamian senior forward Travis Munnings and his University of Louisana–Munroe Warhawks as they toppled the

UB Women’s Volleyball team searches for players  

The University of The Bahamas (UB) women’s volleyball program will host a recruitment exercise this weekend — Friday March 16

Record falls at Alpha Aquatics meet

There was a lot of excitement in the air last weekend as swimmers from local, national and international clubs fiercely

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Ambrose Gouthro to be enshrined in African American Golfers Hall of Fame

A long-time contributor to golf development in The Bahamas, and

Major excited over boxing  initiative in Grand Bahama

Meacher Major is anxious to interface the outreach program he

Ministry of Education’s link elevates local boxing image

It could be that the relationship that is building between

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Munnings, Warhawks advance to quarter-finals

It was sweet revenge for Bahamian senior forward Travis Munnings and his University of Louisana–Munroe Warhawks as they toppled the

UB Women’s Volleyball team searches for players  

The University of The Bahamas (UB) women’s volleyball program will host a recruitment exercise this weekend — Friday March 16

Record falls at Alpha Aquatics meet

There was a lot of excitement in the air last weekend as swimmers from local, national and international clubs fiercely

Controversy brewing in women’s basketball

As it stands now, a decisive game five will be played in the New Providence Women’s Basketball Association (NPWBA) Championship series

Stampers, Mingoes move on to NPBA semifinals

A couple of teams booked their tickets into the New Providence Basketball Association (NPBA) semifinals on Monday night, and a couple

Young tennis players show improvement

It’s been a year since the last Winterbotham IC Junior Series for 10-and-under and 12-and-under boys and girls started at the Albany