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It was a fruitful day for the collegiate teams as the University of Memphis Tigers, Georgetown University Hoyas and the Texas Technical University Red Raiders picked up wins in the Bahamas Basketball Federation Summer of Thunder (SOT) exhibition games at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium and Baha Mar resort on

BCF hosts FIDE Trainer’s Seminar

Another milestone has been achieved by the Bahamas Chess Federation (BCF) as they partnered with the Ministry of Education; the Ministry of

DeMarco, Bahamas off to winning start

It was an exhibition game but nevertheless Chris DeMarco, the newly-appointed head coach for The Bahamas’ national senior men’s national

The Bahamas plays host to WBFF Worlds

Over 250 competitors from 30-plus countries traveled to The Bahamas for the 2019 World Beauty Fitness and Fashion (WBFF) Worlds,

Bahamas 17-and-under water polo team heads to Jr. Pan-Am games

The Bahamas 17-and-under water polo team has been hard at work preparing for the 2019 Jr. Pan American Water Polo

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BAAA should emulate Cuban relay strategy

The former standout Cuban high hurdler Juan Morales once told

National women’s sprint relay potential noteworthy

Ten years ago, with two of the original Golden Girls

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Hooping by the Park a success

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