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Judo medals indicate expanded Bahamas Sports Brand success

Kara Hanna representing the Bahamas takes on Kirstie Strouts-McCallion of Northern Ireland during the Judo matches of the Commonwealth Youth Games yesterday. Hanna was forced to ta out after being placed in an armbar by McCallion. (Photo by Torrell Glinton)

Something very significant is happening to the Bahamas Sports Brand. Earlier this week, the sport of judo jumped out front for Team Bahamas and captured two bronze medals. Mya Beneby in the female -57-kilo division was third best behind England and Scotland. Then, in the female plus 70-kilo category, Karra Hanna gave The Bahamas another…
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Pindling, Nottage were catalysts for country’s amazing sports run

It has been an amazing run, through four decades to the present Bahamas Sports Brand. When the curtain went up for the Sixth Commonwealth Youth Games, it marked 40 years since the man with the dream of empowering Bahamians across the length and breadth of this country, turned his attention to branding the national sports…
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Continents of Commonwealth meet in The Bahamas for Youth Games

Bahamas Olympic Committee President Wellington Miller, who is also the Commonwealth Youth Games Chairman, captured the moment in a nutshell during his remarks on the occasion of the opening ceremony Tuesday night at the Thomas A.Robinson National Stadium. “Ladies and gentlemen, you are now a part of our history as these games are about to…
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6th Commonwealth Youth Games hailed by PM as evidence of nation’s sports zeal

Dr. Hubert Minnis

The Prime Minster of the country, on Monday morning, held a session with the Commonwealth Games Federation President, Louise Martin, her colleagues in the fraternity and the local architects of the Sixth Commonwealth Youth Games. The opening ceremony for the  first multi-sports international event in the country’s history will take place, beginning 7 p.m. this…
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