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GSSSA Meet Continues At Old Thomas A. Robinson Stadium

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The 30th edition of the GSSSA Track and Field meet continued Thursday at the old Thomas A. Robinson Stadium.






NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The 30th edition of the GSSSA Track and Field meet continued Thursday at the old Thomas A. Robinson Stadium.

In the seniors, the rivalry between the C.R. Walker Knights and C.V. Bethel Stingrays continues to take center stage.

The Stingrays were confident after taking the lead on day one, but the Knights are equally as confident that they can repeat.

In juniors, the C.H. Reeves Raptors got out to a dominant start and continue to remain ahead of the field headed into day three.


On the heels of the Sir Durward Knowles Youth Regatta, the country’s top junior sailors will take to the seas once again this weekend.

Over 40 sailors, will compete in the KPMG Winter Youth Sailing Championship, March 2-3 at the Nassau Yacht Club.

The field includes sailors ages 7-18 from Nassau, Eleuthera and Exuma competing in laser, sunfish and optimist fleets.

The event serves as a national team qualifier for several events.

For the optimist sailors in the championship fleet it will be used as one of the qualifier events for the 2024 Optimnam Championship in Puerto Rico and 2024 Optimist World Championship in Argentina.

For the laser class the event is used as one of the qualifiers for the 2024 youth sailing world championships this July in Lake Garda, Italy.

World Indoor Championships

The World Athletics Indoor Championships gets underway tomorrow in Glasgow, Scotland but competition begins for Team Bahamas on Day Two.

On Saturday, Laquan Nairn will be the first competitor for The Bahamas, in the long jump at 5 am.

Anthonique Strachan will then contest the 60-meter heats at 6:20 am.

Ken Mullings will compete in the first event of the heptathlon -the 60m at 6 am. He will also have the long jump at 7:15 am and the shot put at 8:35 am. The high jump at 1:30 pm, will be his fourth event for the day.

On Sunday, Mullings continues the heptathlon with the 60-meter hurdles at 5:05 am, followed by the pole vault at 6:15 am and finally, the 1000 meters at 3:45 pm

Devynne Charlton and Charisma Taylor will run in the 60-meter hurdles heats at 5:25 am.

Taylor will also compete in the triple jump at 5:18 am and Donald Thomas will compete in the high jump at 11:50 am.


University of The Bahamas Men’s Soccer Team faced off against the Renegades Football Club in Bahamas Football Association action. 

In the 10th minute UB midfielder Ronaldo Green put the Mingoes on top 1-0 

Stanley Grand-Pierre extended the Mingoes lead to 2-0 off a Peter Julmis assist.

In the second half, the Mingoes opened the floodgates scoring three goals to cap a 5 -1 victory over the Renegades football club. 

Peter Wood was happy with their performance after losing to the Renegades in their first matchup this season.