Jumps legend to host month-long jumps clinic

JUMPS CLINIC – The Fletcher Lewis Jumps Clinic is currently taking place in High Rock, (July 9-13) and will make it’s way into Freeport July 16-27 at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. The Clinic caters to boys and girls ages eight and over. The Clinic focuses on key areas in long jump and triple jump. Above is a file photo of Latrell Taylor performing in the long jump at the 2018 CARIFTA Games. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

For the month of July aspiring jumpers in track and field will get the opportunity to work with a jumps legend. Fletcher Lewis, who made his mark on the world as Long Jump and Triple Jump competitor, is set to host his very own Jumps Clinic in conjunction with the Ministry of Youth, Sports and…
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Robin Albury picks up huge win at WDF Americas Cup

NATIONAL DARTS TEAM – The Bahamas National Darts Team put on a formidable showing at this past weekend’s World Darts Federation: Ninth Americas Cup and 22nd Caribbean Cup held in Trinidad. The Bahamas finished second in Group B with 28 points, and fourth overall behind the United States, Canada and Trinidad and Tobago. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF ANISHKA MAYCOCK

The Bahamas Darts Team traveled into Claxton, Trinidad this past weekend and were players in World Darts Federation (WDF) Ninth Americas Cup and 22nd Caribbean Cup. The team consisted of players from Abaco, Nassau and Grand Bahama. Representing from Abaco, leading the ladies team, was Angela Russell (Abaco); Liz Kemp, Sandra Ferguson and Indy Sweeting…
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Splashmania Kayak Race returns to GB for 2nd year

DETAILS —Waterkeepers Executive Director Rasheema Ingraham, center, Pharez Cooper, left, and Joe Darville at right, gave details of the upcoming event.

The Splashmania Kayak Race is back! Now in it’s second year, the Waterkeepers Bahamas Organization hopes to build on last year’s success. The event takes place this coming Saturday, July 14 at Silver Point Beach (Manta Ray Restaurant, William’s Town). Waterkeepers Bahamas pays close attention to environmental protection. Waterkeepers Executive Director Rasheema Ingram shared the…
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Girl Power Camp described as “phenomenal”

GIRL POWER – Young ladies spent two weeks at the Girl Power Camp, held at the Bishop Michael Eldon School from June 25 – July 6. Over the course of the camp, the girls spent their days becoming closer through sports and listening to motivational speakers sharing their testimonies. (PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHERISHE HOLLINGSWORTH)

Girl empowerment was the name of the game for the past two weeks at the Bishop Michael Eldon School. The Girl Power Summer Camp gave girls six to 17, a dose of what it means to be graceful on and off the field. The camp ran from June 29 - today, July 6 and incorporated…
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