Sports Scope

2002, 1982 Commonwealth Games considered best Bahamas’ showings

The 2002 and 1982 Bahamas Commonwealth Games teams should always be acknowledged for their tremendous achievements. Indeed, Team Bahamas during those years in Brisbane, Australia (1982); and Manchester, England (2002) produced our largest Commonwealth Game medal hauls and are entitled to their rightful positions in Bahamian sports history. Sadly, in this country, the recording of…
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Bahamas men’s 1600 meters relay tradition of success holding strong

SILVER MEDAL RELAY TEAM—Alonzo Russell, Ojay Ferguson, Stephen Newbold and Teray Smith.

The third silver medal and fourth podium visit for The Bahamas at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games on Friday, demonstrated something quite pleasing. The Bahamas’ men’s 1600 meters relay tradition of success is very much alive. The highly noted Steve Gardiner didn’t travel with the team; Michael Matthieu and Ramon Miller are both a step…
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GB Port Authority in final preparation for big celebration of Golden Knights

GOLDEN KNIGHTS

The stage, literally, is just about set for the grand celebration and accompanying activities to honor the Golden Knights, in Grand Bahama. Presently, the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) is into the final preparation phase for the April 22-23 activities that will showcase Chris Brown, Michael Mathieu, Demetrius Pinder and Ramon Miller for their eye-popping…
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Jamal Wilson comes of age, reminiscent of Steve Wray

JAMAL WILSON

Congratulations Jamal Wilson! Welcome to the elite circle of Bahamian high jumpers! When Wilson came so close to the gold medal, before settling for silver at the Gold Coast (Australia) Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, it was special and catapulted him finally into the upper echelon group of Bahamian high jumpers who have won medals on…
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