Track & Field

Kenyan Knights’ track and field coach elected second vice president of NCB

Jason Larrimore

The Bahamas Association of Athletics Coaches (BAAC) held its Annual General meeting back in March, during The Bahamas Association of Athletics Associations (BAAA) High School Track and Field Nationals. While father of Olympic gold medalist Shaunae Miller, Shaun Miller, was elected president, Grand Bahama’s Jason Larrimore was named second vice president, unopposed, to the National…
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High schools’ athletes set the stage for senior action at World Relays weekend

SILVER MEDAL – The 4x100m squad of Shaquille Higgs, Holland Martin, Johnathan Smith and Javan Martin secured the silver for the Falcons, with a time of 41.78 seconds. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

While everyone awaited the start of the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF)/BTC World Relays to begin this past Saturday (April 22) and Sunday (April 23), the World Relays Junior Program got early attendees at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium primed for what was to come. On Saturday All-Star Teams were formed as junior athletes…
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Mathieu anchors Bahamas into IAAF record books on final day of World Relays

NUMBER ONE – Shaunae Miller raises her hands in victory as she and teammate Michael Matthieu of team Bahamas aided in winning the only gold medal for the country during the 2017 IAAF/BTC World Relays.

It may not have been the ideal outcome for Team Bahamas at home during the 2017 International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF)/BTC World Relays, but The Bahamas ended the weekend long event on a high note. In what was the first of its kind, the mixed 4x400 meters were the climax of the growingly popular…
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High school athletes get a taste of the big stage at World Relays

The 2017 International Association of Athletic Federations World Relays presented an opportunity for the athletes of tomorrow to be put on display.   The junior segment of the World Relays featured the “One Island/One Lane” contest on day one, followed by the high school aspect on day two. The top-eight schools in each of the…
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