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CSGB receive proceeds from Strike-Out Cancer Tourney

Pictured left to right are Helena Cooper (Rising Stars), Stephanie Hall (Parent, Rising Stars), Trudy Wilson (Treasurer, Rising Stars), Wadrina Wright (President, CSGB), Delores Frazier (Assistant Office Clerk, CSGB) and Yvonne Lockhart (President, Rising Stars).

Following the success of the Strike-Out Cancer Tournament held this past July 10, the Rising Stars Girls’ Developmental Softball League presented the Cancer Society of Grand Bahama (CSGB) with proceeds made at the tournament. Rising Stars, in collaboration with the National Fast-Pitch Coaches Association, hosted the event in hopes of raising funds to assist the CSGB…
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Rising Stars crown 2021 Champions

Rising Stars crowned 2021 Champions.

After it was announced that tighter restrictions would be put in place for the islands of Grand Bahama, New Providence and Eleuthera, the Rising Stars Girls Softball Developmental League moved swiftly to complete their championship series this past Saturday, July 24. The championship games were contested at the EMERA Baseball Park. The restrictions, which included the…
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Joanna Evans finishes with two top-20 efforts at Tokyo Olympics

TOP-20 FINISHES – Grand Bahamian Joanna Evans’ campaign at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics proved that she is indeed one of the world’s quality swimmers. Evans competed in the women’s 400 and 200-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Aquatics Center in Tokyo, Japan on July 25 and 26 respectively, and turned in a pair of admirable performances. Although neither effort ended with a berth to the finals, the multiple national record holder finished in the top-20 overall in both outings.

Grand Bahamian Joanna Evans’ campaign at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics proved that she is indeed one of the world’s quality swimmers. Evans competed in the women’s 400 and 200-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Aquatics Center in Tokyo, Japan on July 25 and 26 respectively, and turned in a pair of admirable performances. Although neither effort…
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Six Grand Bahamians ready to compete at 2021 Olympics

READY FOR OLYMPICS – Pictured from left in top row are Donald Thomas, Joanna Evans and Alonzo Russell. From left in bottom row are Brianne Bethel, Lacarthea Cooper and Tynia Gaither.

Despite the absence of fans at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, The Bahamas is all set and ready to be represented. The schedule for the Tokyo Olympics is July 21 - August 8. The Bahamas Olympic Committee ratified a 16-member team, which includes six Grand Bahamians taking aim at…
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