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Team Bahamas Set for Pan Am Games

CHILE – Athletes from track and field, golf, wrestling, swimming, sailing, and tennis are in Santiago for the games. 

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Pan Am Games

CHILE – The Bahamas contingent for the Pan American Games has left for Santiago, Chile. 

Athletes from track and field, golf, wrestling, swimming, sailing, and tennis are in Santiago for the games. 

Some notable names in the contingent include our country’s two greatest decathletes Kendrick Thompson and Ken Mullings, defending NCAA javelin champ Rhema Otabor, veteran high jumper Donald Thomas, golfer Nolan Johnson and wrestler Rashji Mackey. 

The games will run through November 5th. 

If anything happens Our News will be the first to have it so be sure to follow our social media pages for the latest updates. 

Football

Now on to some college football, The Bahamas Bowl will have to be called the something-else bowl, at least for this year.

The bowl game’s organizers announced that the 2023 edition will not be played in The Bahamas. 

The organizers of The Bahamas Bowl have announced that the 2023 game will not be played in The Bahamas. 

In an email to the press yesterday, ESPN Vice President of Events, Clint Overby stated that because of ongoing repairs to the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium, a number of alternate sites are being considered for the post-season bowl game and that the game will return to The Bahamas in 2024. 

As always, a team from the conference USA will take on a team from the Mid-American Conference. The announcement on the game’s location is forthcoming. 

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