Jones, Shanxi XR face must-win situation

Jonquel Jones and Shanxi XR face a must-win situation on Wednesday after falling 82-55 to Beijing yesterday in the second game of the Women’s Chinese Basketball Association’s (WCBA) best-of-five championship series. Jones finished the game with 20 points and 15 rebounds, however, it was no match for Beijing’s defense, which held Shanxi to just 16-for-35 shooting from […]

Ayton leads Wildcats to Pac-12 

Deandre Ayton continues to prove why he’s widely considered as one of the best big men to pass through the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in the past decade, adding to his legacy with a 32-point,18-rebound performance in Arizona’s 75-61 over USC to capture the Pac-12 title on Saturday. “The dominance he just put forth, if […]

Athletes qualify for CARIFTA at nationals

Hundreds of the country’s premier high school track and field athletes have converged at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium for the Government Secondary Schools Sports Association (GSSSA) Championships, with more than just school pride on the brain. Unlike the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (BAISS) Championships, the GSSSA nationals focus on individual performances […]

Special Olympics Bahamas launches ‘Road to Abu Dhabi’ campaign

Special Olympics Bahamas does not intend on leaving any team member behind. In preparation for the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games, Special Olympics Bahamas is starting a year-long fund-raising drive to ensure it carries a full team next summer. The games will be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, March 8-21. “Special Olympics Bahamas is […]

Sports legend Sir Durward laid to rest

A somber day for hundreds that gathered at the Ebenezer Methodist Church on Monday, to pay their last respects to Bahamian sports icon, the late Sir Durward Knowles. Seawolf, as he was affectionately called, was the country’s first Olympic medalist and the first to win Olympic gold. Along with his contributions to the sport of […]

Russell, Charlton get on track at World Indoor Championships

It’s been tough sledding so far for team Bahamas at the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Indoor World Championships in Birmingham, United Kingdom. After a pair of disappointing yesterday finishes from Jamal Wilson and Donald Thomas in the men’s high jump, Alonzo Russell was disqualified in the men’s 400 meters (m). Russell appeared […]