LIMA, Peru – Sasha Ingraham in a 78 kilogram judo match was the last participant for The Bahamas at the XVII Pan American Games. She lost to Gabrialla Wood of Trinidad and Tobago, 2-0. A tearful Ingraham acknowledged the one-sided match. “It was a good opportunity for me, to be competing at this level. I…Read more
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LIMA, Peru – The bronze medal by Tynia Gaither proved to be the one podium effort by Bahamian athletes on Friday at the National Stadium in Lima at the XVII Pan American Games. Gaither’s third place finish in the 200 meters final produced the first medal for The Bahamas. With the high jump and the…Read more
“The race went very well, I got my PB.” So, said veteran national team member Ariel Weech and Gershwin Greene respectively, after completing their 50 meters freestyle races at Centro Acuatico on Friday morning. There reactions stamped the spirit of Swim Team Bahamas at the XVIII Pan American Games. Consider the 27-year-old Weech beating a…Read more
The Bahamas got into the judo action at the XVIII Pan American Games on Friday. Cynthia Rahming, 57 kilograms, in a pressure spot against host nation’s Kiara Arango, could not overcome the general scenario, a tough Arango fighting in front of an extremely partisan crowd, and questionable penalties. It was a hard- fought match and…Read more
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