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Sandy Point Youngsters Enjoy Swimming and Basketball Camps

On July 15-16, a swimming camp was held by Local Government from the Sandy Point Township, led by Mancer Roberts, who is involved in the Abaco Swimming Club, and his two sons and daughter.

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Moore’s Island Track Construction Begins

Construction has begun on a new sports complex in Moore’s Island which includes a new track and field on property just across from the airport and is expected to be completed by early 2017.

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Myron Rolle Play 4 Progress Teaches Life Lessons

Former NFL Safety and Rhodes Scholar, Myron Rolle held his second Play 4 Progress youth football camp, a national student athlete workshop, in Abaco where over 60 kids learned lessons for life.

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Successful Coaches Return to Abaco to Host Basketball Mini-Camp

Many young men from Central Abaco gathered at the Ocean View Park in Dundas Town in the afternoon of August 22 to attend a two-hour mini basketball camp. The coaches were two former residents of Abaco, Leslie Jeanville, “Coach Muggsy,” who grew up on the Treasure Cay Farm and his …

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Abaco Bodybuilders Compete in Championship

The Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation crowned a few new champions during their 2016 Bahamas National Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships at the Melia Hotel on Saturday night including a couple residents of Abaco. Abaco resident Carina Ferguson, walked away as the women’s bikini champion while Arthur Eldon earned a second …

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Murphy Town Athlete Competing in Olympics

  Murphy Town’s Steven Gardiner arrived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil last week to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics. The 20-year-old track and field sprinter holds the national record in the Men’s 400m. He will compete next on Friday, August 12 in the Men’s 400m and on Friday, August …

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Division I Basketball Dream in Reach for Abaco Native

Now in his final year of High School, and after yet another successful season of Basketball under his belt, Abaco’s D’Andre Vilmar is starting to see the major Division I offers that were predicted would come his way. The six-foot, four-inch guard had a productive offseason on various AAU summer …

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Pit Bulls Take Crown Haven Summer Basketball Tournament

By Bishop Ken Carroll The Crown Haven Community Park came alive on the evening of Tuesday, July 26, as over 25 Abaconian boys took center court at the Summer Youth Basketball Fun Tournament. Bishop Ken Carroll, Urban Renewal 2.0 Crown Haven Community Center Manager, tossed the basketball in the air …

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Bahamas Judo Club Performance Buoyed by Abaco Judoka

Abaco earned one bronze medal of the three captured by The Bahamas at the 28th US Junior Judo Open in Florida on July 22 – 24, the largest trip ever undertaken by Bahamas Judo as it was deemed necessary to gain athlete and administrative experience to host the upcoming 2017 …

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Church League Association Basketball Features Eleven Teams

  The Church League Association Basketball Program has been providing young men with regular evening activities every Friday and Saturday, since the first week of May. This year, the games took place at the beautiful Ocean View Park in Dundas Town. An original enrollment number of eleven teams in three …

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