It was really a scary moment. I watched the race. Steven Gardiner came into the curve of the 200 meters race at a high rate of speed. He was tight on the inside of his lane however and I believe it was a difficult negotiation for him. There was the slightest of break in stride.…Read more
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The National Sports Authority (NSA) has been empowered by legislation to control a large portion of the Bahamas Sports Brand. Under the NSA’s jurisdiction is the multi-purpose Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre (QESP), one of the most comprehensive entities of its kind, not just in the Caribbean, but, throughout Latin America and indeed the West sector…Read more
She has retired, but Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace stands head and shoulders above the rest. There have been high quality Bahamian swimmers down through the years, starting all the way back to a very early era when Sir Cyril Fountain was a champion; moving along to such as Ronnie Roberts, Andy Knowles, his son Jeremy Knowles, Alana…Read more
Sensational sprinter Steven Gardiner is still in limbo, but a strong voice has come out in support of him. Last August it was reported to the Bahamas Association of Athletics Associations (BAAA) and publicly, that quarter mile star Gardiner had refused to take part in the first round of the 1600 meters relay at the…Read more
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