The 2018 International Judo Federation (IJF) Junior World Championships are set to begin in The Bahamas' capital Nassau tomorrow with athletes poised to compete across five days of action.
Yokohama has been awarded the 2019 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays, replacing Nassau as hosts.
The United States won a third successive Golden Baton as overall winners of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays in Nassau, but on an evening that began with rain the sun came out for the hosts with victory in the concluding, new event of the mixed 4x400 metres.
The Bahamas Olympic Committee welcomed home their team from Rio 2016 with a celebration in the capital city Nassau.
Usain Bolt suffered the unfamiliar feeling of defeat at the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays in Nassau as a United States 4x100 metres team boosted by an inspired second leg from the controversial figure of Justin Gatlin won the event in 37.38 seconds, beating the Championship record set by Jamaica in last year’s inaugural running.
Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin are among more than 600 athletes who have converged on Nassau, in The Bahamas, for this weekend’s second running of the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays. And if the Jamaican world 100 and 200m record holder ends up running head-to-head with the man who has served two doping bans, it will, he says, not be an issue.