Arianna Vanderpool- Wallace can now be referred to as the fastest female swimmer on this side of the globe. In…
The Bahamas: Sports
On March 23, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lisa Johnson visited Gambier Village in New Providence to mark the delivery of a 15-passenger van to Youth Empowerment through Soccer International (YESI) in The Bahamas.
Ten participants paddled into GGYA history following a successful four-day kayaking adventure where they circumnavigated New Providence covering nine miles a day.
Bahamian Brewery and Beverage Company and Sands Beer are very proud to once again be the official beer of this year’s St. Valentine Regatta which is scheduled for February 14th and 15th at Montagu Beach.
“Thank you, thank you, thank you” were the words expressed by Sir Jack Hayward as the Grand Bahama Port Authority Honourary Chairman and YMCA Executive Board member officially opened the YMCA tennis courts in Grand Bahama on Tuesday.
A club that travels the world to run in marathons is about to leave its footprint on another country – The Bahamas.
Top student athletes are about to go the extra mile to fight cancer . . . make that 26 miles.
The 242 Colour Run in Freeport took place on November 2nd. The second instance of the 3-mile event in Grand Bahama added a large dose of colour to the lively crowd at the Garden of the Groves.
From October 30 to November 2, the United States Embassy and the Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) partnered to host a series of youth baseball clinics and presentations conducted by former Major League Baseball (MLB) players Elias Sosa and Armando Rios.