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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – On the final day there were some standout performances particularly from the field.

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Track & Field

On the final day there were some standout performances particularly from the field.

Rhema Otabor in the women’s open javelin had a throw of 58.15 meters.

Now many expected to see Shaunae Miller Uibo in the finals of the women’s open 200m but that didn’t happen. That race was won by Javonya Valcourt, BAAA’s president Drumeco Archer explains.

But undoubtedly the highlight of the entire three-day meet had to be the women’s 100M hurdles from Thursday night where for the very first time, 3 Bahamians qualified for the Paris Olympics.

Baseball

Just like the Swimming Nationals in New Providence last weekend, baseball nationals in Grand Bahama was cut short due to rain, but they managed to get some play in on Saturday at Emera park.

Freedom Farm won all divisions including 8 and under, 10 and under, 12 and under and 14 and under.

JBLN took the silver in all those divisions except 10 and under division where they settled for bronze behind the Grand Bahama Little League.

We spoke to Secretary General from the Bahamas Baseball Association Theodore Sweeting.

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