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The Miami Dolphins, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino Dolphins alumni and celebrities will hold their annual trip to Nassau on Memorial Day Weekend.
Throughout the weekend, guests will mix and mingle with notable Dolphins alumni and celebrities while enjoying several festivities planned during their stay.
The weekend kicks off with a welcome reception and golf draw party on Thursday evening. On Friday, a golf classic commences with a shot gun start for 24 teams at Ocean Club. Each golf foursome includes the exclusive opportunity to play with a Miami Dolphins Legend or celebrity. The golf classic on Friday wraps with an awards luncheon and a Bahamas Bash party.
The weekend will conclude on Saturday with a free fan fest at Thomas A. Robinson Stadium. The day is packed with great festivities for families, including Dolphins Academy Youth Football & Cheer Clinics for kids ages 6-17. Spots are open for boys and girls who have an interest in learning the fundamentals of the game from Dolphins alumni or learning dance moves and chants from the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders.
The day is culminated by competitive flag football games between Nassau, Freeport Grand Bahama, Abaco, Exuma and a Dolphins Legends vs. Bahamas Legends Flag Football Game.
Golf and hospitality packages are now available for these events at For more information, visit

Thursday, May 25
• Arrival Day
• Welcome Reception (private event)

Friday, May 26
• Dan Marino & Friends Golf Classic and Awards Luncheon (ticketed event)
• Dan Marino & Friends Bahamas Weekend Bahamas Bash (ticketed event)

Saturday, May 27
• Dolphins Academy Youth Football & Cheer Clinics (free event)
• Dolphins Legends vs. Bahamas Legends Flag Football Game (free event)
• Bahamas Weekend Junkanoo Party (private event)



The IAAF has been given a proposal which could potentially wipe out a number of world records. The proposal submitted by European Athletics Council president Svein Arne Hansen is aimed at clearing the name and restoring the integrity of athletics, IT recommends that all long-standing world records be wiped from history, with the implementation of new rules to follow. The IAAF has stored blood and urine samples since 2005, which would make any world records run prior to be considered no longer official.

The new rules would clear a number of historical marks, including Paula Radcliffe's marathon world record of 2:15:25 set in 2003, Mike Powell's long jump record of 8.95m set in 1991, Hicham El Guerrouj's 1500m mark of 3:26 set in 1998, and Florence Griffith-Joyner's 100m and 200m world records set in 1988. But according to the new rules, recent records such as Usain Bolt's 100m and 200m marks are likely to remain intact because they were set recently, as long as the marks follow the new criteria for ratification.




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