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2018 CARIFTA Games will be hosted in honor of the late Dr. Bernard Nottage

OFFICIAL LAUNCH – BAAA’s President Rosamunde Carey (left), Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard (center) and Pauline Davis-Thompson (right), IAAF Council Member dance to the sounds of the CARIFTA Congoes at the launch of the Flow CARIFTA Games Bahamas 2018 press conference. (PHOTO COURTESY OF BAAAs)

For an historic eighth time The Bahamas will play host to the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in just a matter of months. The 2018 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) track and field championships will take place over the Easter Holiday, March 30 - April 2 at the Thomas A. Robinson…
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Travis Munnings powering UL Monroe to first place in Sun Belt Conference

TRAVIS MUNNINGS

The University of Louisiana Monroe men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball team sit a 6-5 so far this season. Through an up and down season, thus far one thing stands out for the Warhawks and that’s Grand Bahamian Travis Munnings leading the way for the program. The 6’6” forward has been steady in his…
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Sunland Stingers open up Deep South Christian Christmas Classic with two straight victories

DAY TWO ACTION – The Fifth Annual Quentin “3oz” Hall Christmas Junior Boys Classic rolled along this past Tuesday at the Jack Hayward Gymnasium. The Shining Stars (black) took on the Tabernacle Falcons in game two of the day and served up a thriller. However, the Shining Stars edged the Falcons 20-19 in the outcome. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Sunland Baptist Academy Stingers are now 2-0 on their current holiday trip and holding their own in Orlando, Florida. The Stingers got back-to-back victories on day one of the Deep South Christian Christmas Classic this past Monday playing some of their best basketball to date. The Stingers were victorious over Conrad Academy in their…
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Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Invitational rolls along this past Thursday

It was a busy day in high school athletics this past Thursday afternoon. The Crusaders’ Christmas Basketball Invitational continued to heat up at the St. George’s Gymnasium, while a junior boys champion was crowned in the Grand Bahama Secondary School Athletic Association: Churhill Tener-Knowles High School Softball League. Jack Hayward Wildcats prowl to a 2-0…
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