Bahamas holds comfortable lead at CARIFTA swimming championships

After three days of intense competition in Kingston, Jamaica, team Bahamas holds a comfortable lead over the rest of the field at the 2018 Caribbean Free Trade Agreement (CARIFTA) Swimming Championships. The Bahamas currently has a total of 543.5 points, more than 100 points ahead of second place Jamaica with 395 points. Guadeloupe is currently in […]

CARIFTA championships begin this weekend

The 47th edition of the Caribbean Free Trade Agreement (CARIFTA) Track and Field Championships begin tomorrow at the Queen Elizabeth Sporting Complex in New Providence. An 80-member team will represent The Bahamas for the first time in several years, and according to Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) president Rosamunde Carey, expectations are high amongst team coaches and […]

National High School Basketball Championship matchups set

Following three grueling semifinal matchups yesterday, the championship matchups in each division for the National High School Basketball Championships (NHSBC) have now been determined. NHSBC action continued Sunday at both the St. George’s and Sir Jack Hayward Gymnasiums in Freeport. In senior boys play, Jack Hayward cruised to a 47-29 lead over Anatol Rodgers. Jalen […]

Basketball nationals building local momentum

The National High School Basketball Championships continues to gain traction among members of the local basketball community, as coaches from various islands say they consider this year’s tournament a “game-changer” and something that is needed to continue the development of the sport in The Bahamas. This year’s tournament featured over 30 teams, competing across three […]