The Georgetown Hoyas were just a little too much for the under-sized Bahamas men’s national basketball team to handle. And it wasn’t any easier for the New Providence Basketball Association Select team as they got clobbered 135-60 by Memphis State Tigers.
AMRON Sands, the Bahamian heavyweight contender now under new management, will return to the boxing ring on Friday, August 23 when he takes on American southpaw Thomas Hawkins at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC Auditorium in Tampa, Florida.
ALTHOUGH he won’t take office until after the International Amateur Athletic Federation’s Congress in Doha, Qatar next month, Mike Sands is making his presence felt as the new president of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association.
PHOENIX (AP) — Jonquel Jones finished with 12 points and 14 rebounds, Jasmine Thomas scored 18 and the Connecticut Sun held off the short-handed Phoenix Mercury 78-71 on Wednesday night after giving up almost all of a 20-point lead.
WHILE Ezekiel Elliott continues to hold out, all while Dak Prescott’s alleged contract demands are downright ludicrous, and Amari Cooper continues to hobble around on an injured heel, Cowboys fans have rookie RB Tony Pollard to take our minds off the aforementioned Elliot, Prescott, Cooper drama in Dallas.
SYDNEY Clarke eased her way into the girls’ doubles finals and singles semi-finals in the International Tennis Federation’s Under-18 Tournament yesterday in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
CHRIS DeMarco has some big plans for the Bahamas men’s national basketball team. It may not come overnight, but he considers it a work in progress with the potential of talent available at his disposal.
THE Bahamas Basketball Federation is bringing the Caribbean Tip-Off Basketball Showcase back for its second consecutive year. And when the event is held from November 1-3, the Bahamas will feature two All-Star teams instead of the local school teams.
Chris DeMarco got the first victory under his belt with the men’s national basketball team by pulling off a 63-57 decision over the Texas Tech Red Raiders at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium last night.
STEPHANIE Bowers, United States chargé d’affaires, witnessed the power of sports to inspire young people at the Kendal Isaacs gym in Nassau. The renowned Georgetown University Hoyas men’s basketball team and their coach Patrick Ewing are in Nassau until August 17 for a week-long summer training camp, which included a basketball clinic with dozens of Bahamian youth.
ORGANISER Jabari Wilmott turned the second annual ‘Hooping by the Park’ basketball tournament into a tremendous success. The five-day event was held over the Emancipation holiday weekend at the Freedom Park in Fox Hill.Behind the most valuable player
A YEAR ago, Jaraun ‘Kino’ Burrows helped to pave the way for talented, young point guard Dominick ‘Nardo’ Bridgewater to ink a professional contract right out of high school.This year, they hope to eventually play against each other as Burrows has mo
From the collegiate ranks, Eugene Stuart said he’s excited about his journey to Joensuu, Finland, where he’s preparing to make his debut as the third Bahamian to play on the professional volleyball circuit. Over the weekend, he left for Joensuu and
A cross-section of officers and marines from the Royal Bahamas Defence Force took time away from their stressful duties to exert some energy and experience bonding through friendly competition in the form of an inter-rate and rank basketball tourname
THE Bahamas Triathlon Association has named a 20-member team that will represent the Bahamas at the third Carifta Triathlon and Aquathlon this weekend in Kingston, Jamaica. The team, made up of competitors from New Providence and Grand Bahama, will