With just three weeks to go before the highly anticipated Ride for Hope 2011, one lucky rider has been selected as the winner of a brand new Jamis bike from Cycles Unlimited.
The Bahamas: Sports
Scotiabank has decided to honor the most outstanding male and female athletes of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ (BAAA) National High School Track and Field Championships.
Demetrius Pinder walked away with a gold medal on the final day of the NCAA Division One Indoor Championships in College Station, Texas.
Former Phillies great Mike Schmidt is spearheading a search to identify the “Ultimate Fishing Town USA,” a contest sponsored by the World Fishing Network.
SAC, with the Big Red Machine behind them, takes the lead in track and field, beating the other 12 schools in The Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools.
Red Bull Mobile is set to be a treat for customers who are into extreme sports and some of the Red Bull brand initiatives.
Bahamians should look forward to seeing swimming sensation Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
For the past five years ‘Ride for Hope Bahamas’ has been cycling in spring to raise massive amounts of money to aid in the fight against cancer in the country. This year will be no different.
Virginia Tech has made a living over the years of turning unheralded recruits into five-star college players. Bahamian Demitri Knowles could be the next one.