BBF National Round Robin Tournament tips off tonight

NATIONALS UNDERWAY – The 2018 Bahamas Basketball Federation Bunny Levarity Round Robin National Basketball Tournament kicks off tonight at 6:00 p.m over at the Jack Hayward Gymnasium. Pictured during this past Wednesday’s announcement was Grand Bahama Basketball Association (GBBA) president Quentin “3oz” Hall, son of the late Bunny Levarity Bernardo Levarity and GBBA Commissioner Denzal “Inch” McGuire Swain. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Jack Hayward Gymnasium will have the top basketball teams from around the country competing all weekend. The 2018 Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) Bunny Levarity Round Robin National Basketball Tournament tips off tonight, Thursday, April 26 - 28 with the top four A Division teams and top five B Division teams competing to see who…
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GB Yacht Club are Inaugural Dragon Boat Race Champions

GB YACHT CLUB VICTORIOUS – The Grand Bahama Yacht Club were victorious as local champions in the Premier A-Division championship this past Saturday in the inaugural Junkanoo Dragon Boat Race held at the GB Yacht Club. The team finished in a time of 1:15.55. Minister of Youth, Sports, Culture, the honorable Michael Pintard and Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Works, Iram Lewis, center, made the gold medal presentation to the team. Also pictured are Assistant Manager of Niche Markets at the Ministry of Tourism Jay Philippe, far left, and Manager of Niche Markets at the MOT, Nuvolari Chootosingh, second left.

The Inaugural Junkanoo Dragon Boat Race was one to remember. Held at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club, it was fitting that the team that represented the host venue became the local champions of the Premier A division of the event. The GB Yacht Club finished first among the local competitors in the division, second behind…
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Golden Knights get ‘Golden Tribute’

GOLDEN TRIBUTE – The Golden Knights Mural was offi- cially unveiled this past Monday at the Cathedral Boule- vard/Coral Road roundabout. Pictured above, left to right at the ribbon cutting portion of the ceremony are Grand Bahama Port Authority’s Director and City Manager of Building and Development Services and former Olympi- an Troy McIntosh, Mural Artist Mrs. Jacki Boss, President of the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association Fred Sturrup, Grand Bahama Port Authority Executive Direc- tor Henry St. George, Golden Knights, Michael Mathieu and Demetrius Pinder, GBPA Acting Chairman Sarah St. George, Golden Knights Chris Brown and Ramon Miller, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard, Par- liamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Works Iram Lewis and former Olympian, Member of Parliament for Pineridge Frederick McAlpine, and GBPA president Ian Rolle. (PHOTO: DEREK CARROL)

The Golden Knights were the recipients of an outpouring of appreciation this past weekend and the gesture of gratitude culminated this past Monday. The 2012 Olympic 4x400 meters gold medal quartet’s Golden Knights mural was officially unveiled at the Setter’s Way/Coral Road roundabout as the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), and others celebrated the team’s…
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Primary School Island Sports kick off today

The best in local primary school track and field will be on full display this week. The 2018 Grand Bahama Primary School Athletic Association (GBPSAA) All-Island Track and Field Championships kick-off today, April 24-27 at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex with a full day of field events, which began at 9:45 a.m. Track events will…
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