The Bahamas will host the Games for the eighth time since it was started by the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) in 1972. Only countries associated with CARIFTA may compete and The Bahamas has won the Games four times – in 1980, 1981, 1983, and 1984.
Come on let's run the streets of Bimini in the Annual Glenda's Road Race. This Road Race has been on the calendar for years in honor of a local Biminite, the late Mr. Glen Rolle. Every year the children of Mr. Glen Rolle pay respects by putting on this race, so put on your sneakers, shorts and knee braces and take to the streets, there will be prizes and surprises.
This archery tournament, organized by Archery Culture in Nassau, Bahamas, will have categories for adults and youths, amateurs and professionals to compete and win a Bahamas vacation, or cash and prizes.
This annual basketball tournament features NCAA Women's basketball teams from various universities / colleges throughout the United States. Since the tournament’s inception in 2002, many of the nation’s finest women’s programs have converged in The Bahamas to test their skills and enjoy some fun in the sun.
Host hotel is the Hilton at Resorts World Bimini.
Annual Pool Tournament honoring pool legend Bernie Russell. For more information contact the Sports Tourism Department : (242) 350-8600
This is the second of two Web.com Tour golf tournaments held in The Bahamas.
This event is the first golf tournament of the year on the Web.com Tour. It will be televised globally by the Golf Channel, and is expected to attract a field of 123 golfers.
The three previous Bahamas Bowls served as a springboard to success for those teams and student-athletes participating. The fourth annual Bahamas Bowl proves the slogan that “Bowl Games are Better in The Bahamas.”
This is the largest Gymnastics Competition in the Caribbean, and it will feature men’s and women’s gymnastics, plus trampoline and tumbling. Special guest will be three-time Olympic Champion, Svetlana Boginskaya.
This half-marathon attracts road runners, marathoners, cross-country runners, and long distance runners from around the world. The course showcases the intracoastal roadways and beaches of Grand Bahama Island.