Grand Bahamian track stars get mural erected in honor of their 2012 feat


Three young men and an ageless veteran did the unthinkable back in 2012 on one of sports’ biggest stages. Demetrius Pinder and Michael Mathieu, both Grand Bahama natives, along with Ramon Miller and Chris “The Fireman” Brown had a common goal during the 2012 London Olympics and that was to win a medal at the…
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BSF pleased with teams’ performance during Pan Am Championships

They may have not walked away as champions, but the men’s national softball team walked away with a wealth of experience after competing in the X Men’s Pan American Championship. The team played to a 3-4 mark for the tournament and picked up wins against Costa Rica, Belize and Panama. They lost contests to Canada,…
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Officiating advancement significant in expansion of nation’s sports brand


Recently, Sharon “The General” Storr went public with his “serious” concern about the inadequate officiating within the national basketball fraternity. With few exceptions, he said, basketball referees are in need of an upgrade in “knowledge” of the game; the ongoing adjustments to rules utilized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the International Basketball…
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National Champion Jaguars ready for rebuild and test during the upcoming season

St. Georges’ Jaguars, Head Coach

The St. Georges’ Jaguars redeemed their 2016 Bahamas National High School Basketball Championship (BNHSBC) loss back in March when they knocked off the top-seeded Tabernacle Falcons. During their 2015-2016 campaign the Jaguars faced a season where they went through ups and downs. But by the time the 2016 BNHSBC came around the team peaked at…
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