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The Bahamas wins medals at 2019 Caribbean Triathlon Championships

May 23rd, 2019

It was a good showing by The Bahamas at the 2019 Caribbean Age Group Triathlon held in Key Biscayne, Miami, Florida, on Sunday, as the team secured some medals.

Ellen Morgan won a gold medal in the women’s sprint triathlon, finishing in 1:05:12.42. Her time in the water was 8:31. She clocked 29:46 on the bike and posted a time of 23:26 in the run.

Finishing second behind Morgan was Sandra Postma. Postma was at least four minutes behind Morgan, finishing in 1:10:02.56. Finishing third was Jorja Jalim in 1:13:05.50.

Earlier this month, Morgan won the female title at the 2019 Bahamas National Triathlon Championships at Jaws Beach, finishing in 1:16:27.

Jorge Marcos repeats as national triathlon champion

May 6th, 2019


It was a bittersweet moment for Jorge Marcos as he repeated as national champion after he posted a time of 2:07:33 at the 2nd Commonwealth Bank National Triathlon Championship at Jaws Beach on Sunday, but he wasn’t the overall winner.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Jason Costelloe crossed the finish line first overall in a time of 2:03:11.

They did an Olympic course which was 1,500 meters (m) of swimming, 26 miles biking and six miles of running.

Marcos held the lead over Costello coming out of the water, swimming a blistering 20:51. Costelloe’s time was 25:31.

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Triathlon Rocks Jaws Beach

May 6th, 2019

JASON Costelloe, Ralph Wood and Ellen Morgan were among the biggest winners in the Bahamas Triathlon Association’s 2019 National Championships.

Held on Sunday morning at Jaws Beach, the event featured four different categories with almost 100 competitors participating.

Commonwealth Bank National Triathlon set for Sunday

May 3rd, 2019

They are the new kids on the block, but the Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA) has been busy getting things in order. The organization is set to host its second annual Commonwealth Bank National Triathlon starting at 7 a.m. at Jaws Beach this coming Sunday.

The triathlon event is sanctioned as a CARIFTA qualifier, and is broken down into three segments – swimming, biking and running. The association has been in existence since 2015.

Splash In History: Seawaves First Official Triathlon Club In The Bahamas

March 1st, 2019

THE Seawaves Triathlon Club made history last week when it became the first officially recognised triathlon club in the Bahamas under the Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA).

Seawaves is headed by Shirley Mireault, who also serves as the head coach. The club already has more than 20 registered athletes in Nassau and Freeport with interested persons from some other islands also asking how to get involved. There are eight coaches who train them in open water swimming, cycling, distance running and transitions.

Tough finish for Team Bahamas at CARIFTA Triathlon

October 4th, 2018

It was a tough weekend for Team Bahamas at the 2nd CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships as the young athletes came home empty-handed, in terms of medals. The championships wrapped up over the weekend at Turtle Beach Heritage Park in Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago.

Winning the meet overall was Guadeloupe with 100 points. Second went to Bermuda with 53 points. Third place went to the host nation Trinidad & Tobago, finishing with 28 points. The Bahamas ended the meet with zero points. Last year Trinidad & Tobago won the meet. Second place went to Barbados.

CARIFTA triathlon team holds successful fundraiser; ready for competition

September 21st, 2018

Over the weekend, the Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA) in conjunction with the Rotary Club of East Nassau, held its superhero challenge at the Jaws Beach and Albany loop.

The proceeds from the event will go toward its national team attending the upcoming CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships at Turtle Beach, Tobago, on September 29 and 30.

The Bahamas dominates third Caribbean Triathlon

May 24th, 2018

The Bahamas dominated the competition at the 3rd Caribbean Triathlon Age Group Championships in Miami, Florida, USA, over the weekend. The 21-member team made it three straight years The Bahamas has had the most medal finishes. The Caribbean Championships are held every year in Miami as part of the Mack Cycle Multi-Race Miami Triathlon that makes it easier and cost efficient for the island nations to get to the event and compete. Other countries in the championships included Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, the US Virgin Islands, Aruba, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis and Bermuda.

Cbc And Powerade Keep Triathletes Fuelled Up At National Championships

May 11th, 2018


#ATHLETES from around the Bahamas took part in the 2018 Bahamas National Triathlon Championships, and the Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) kept athletes energised with Powerade throughout the race.

Bahamas CGA ratifies 31 for Commonwealth Games

March 16th, 2018

With the quota of athletes being reduced across the board for the Commonwealth Games, the size of Team Bahamas has been affected, but still there are expected to be about 30 Bahamians representing their country this year, including a couple in two new sporting disciplines for The Bahamas at this level.

The Bahamas Commonwealth Games Association (CGA) ratified a 31-member team yesterday, set to take part in the 21st Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. More than half of the team will be competing in athletics. The 21st Commonwealth Games is set for April 4-15 on the Gold Coast.

Roach brothers to carry flag at Commonwealth Games

January 30th, 2018

BROTHERS Cameron and Dorian Roach, once considered among the top swimmers in the island nation, have switched their gear to triathlon where they will carry the Bahamian flag at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Young Triathletes In Carifta Triathlon And Aquathon Championships

October 6th, 2017

IN April, Caribbean triathlon federations, including Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA), met in Miami with the intention of implementing the first ever CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathon Championships.

Bahamas Triathlon Team Dominate At First Caribbean Championships

Seventeen athletes representing the Bahamas participated across three events in the inaugural Caribbean Triathlon and Duathlon Age Group Championships at Key Biscayne, Florida on May 15th 2016.

South Beach Tri April 3rd, 2016

April 5th, 2016

Over 2000 competitors.

Beautiful swim in the ocean at south beach, clear, calm water, 78 degrees.

Bike over the causeways

Run through the art district and on the boardwalk in south beach. 

Nice overcast day.

Sprint and Olympic distance


April 22, 2013

Three members of the Bahamas Triathlon Association travelled to Tempe, Arizona to compete in the Ironman Triathlon event on November 15th 2015.

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