Conchman continues to support local Sports Programmes

GB SAILING CLUB CHEQUE PRESENTATION – As the longest standing triathlon in The Bahamas, the Conchman Triathlon is continuing to use its annual profits to support young athletes and local programs in the community. Presenting a donation to the GB Sailing Club was Conchman Chairman, Christopher Baker, standing at front, far right. “We are pleased to…
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Fast Track’s Glow Run returns for sixth campaign

FEEL THE GLOW – The Sixth Annual Fast Track Glow Run 5K is set for Saturday, June 29 at Taino Beach. Pictured at the Grand Bahama Children’s Home for the announcement, left to right, are Aliv’s Marketing Coordinator, Desiree Joseph, Fast Track Manage- ment’s president, Ravanno Ferguson, GBCH’s Assistant Administrator, Enzy Jones and Sawyer’s Fresh Market’s Sales, Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator, Ashleigh Beckles. They are pictured sporting some of the giveaways that will be available at the upcoming Glow Run. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The Sixth Annual Fast Track Glow Run 5K has become one of the most consistent philanthropic fund-raising efforts on the island over the years.  The night-time 5K fun, run, walk takes place this coming Saturday, July 13 beginning at Taino Beach. Start time is 8:00 p.m.  Fast Track Management’s president Ravanno Ferguson uttered that while…
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Jonathan Isaac spends time with Elite Basketball campers

MAGIC MOMENT – The Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac, seated at center second row, spent a moment talking and answering questions from some of the younger campers this past Friday, June 21 at the St. George’s Gymnasium. Isaac also spent some time working through drills with the younger and older campers. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS) 

Despite a late arrival into Grand Bahama, the Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac made good on his obligation to spend some time working with the campers at the Elite Basketball Camp.  Originally scheduled to work with the campers at 12:00 p.m. that Friday afternoon (June 21), the 6’8’’ small/power forward met and worked with the junior…
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Franklyn Petion stepping into new chapter after signing LOI

ALL SMILES – Franklyn Petion, seated at centre, is all smiles with his friends and family surrounding, after he signed his letter of intent to attend Missouri-West Plains Junior College. Pictured seated far right is Petion’s former head coach Darrell Sears. Also seated secord left is coach Lenishka McDonald. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

The beginning of a new chapter in the life of former St. George’s Jaguar, Franklyn Petion, took place this past Wednesday, June 8.  At center court of the St. George’s Gymnasium, the Jags’ former shooting guard signed his letter of intent to join Missouri-West Plains Junior College in Springfield, Missouri. Petion received a full- scholarship…
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