Cat Island’s future is looking brighter as four young natives were recently awarded technical scholarships, thanks to the Cat Island Sailing Association.
The Bahamas: Sports
The 242 Colour Run in Nassau took place on a beautiful Bahamian Sunday morning. The second instance of the event saw 449 people registered, up from last year’s attendance of 330.
The second annual Potcakeman Triathlon was a thrilling morning at Jaws Beach on Saturday September 20th 2014. Over 200 participants took part in the 750m swim, 21km bike and 5k run or the shorter distanced ‘puppy tri’.
CIBC FirstCaribbean makes donations to Kevin Johnson Basketball Camp, Peace on the Streets, Elite Soccer and JBLN.
Conditions could not have been better for the warm up event to this years Potcakeman Triathlon.
The 242 Colour Run season is about to start, with the first event taking place in Nassau on September 28th.
Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural Bahamas Half in 2013, the Bahamas Roadmasters running club is set to launch the 2nd annual Bahamas Half.
Three years after the first revival of Bahamas Speed Week re-awakened the nation’s appetite for vintage auto racing, the government announced plans to build a major motorsports complex to be completed by 2016.
On Tuesday, August 5, the U.S. Embassy in partnership with The Bahamas Football Association invited Special Olympics Bahamas athletes to a soccer clinic at the new Thomas A. Robinson Stadium.