Bahamas

From Daily Positive
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Commonwealth of The Bahamas
Flag
Bahamas LF.gif
Location  Central America and the Caribbean
Capital  Nassau
Area  13,880 sq km
Population  332,634
"Laughter does not affect a stone, yet it can destroy a person"
(Proverb/Quote of the Week)

Daily Positive (D+) is a non-profit media initiative and it heavily relies on the generous support from everyone. Please consider a donation today. For more information send us email at info@dailypositive.org
Bahamas Map.png


January

January 1


January 2


January 3


January 4


January 5


January 6


January 7


January 8


January 9


January 10


January 11


January 12


January 13


January 14


January 15


January 16


January 17


January 18


January 19


January 20


January 21


January 22


January 23


January 24


January 25


January 26


January 27


January 28


January 29


January 30


January 31



February

February 1


February 2


February 3


February 4


February 5


February 6


February 7


February 8


February 9


February 10


February 11


February 12


February 13


February 14


February 15


February 16


February 17


February 18


February 19


February 20


February 21


February 22


February 23


February 24


February 25


February 26


February 27


February 28


February 29



March

March 1


March 2


March 3


March 4


March 5


March 6


March 7


March 8


March 9


March 10


March 11


March 12


March 13


March 14


March 15


March 16


March 17


March 18


March 19


March 20


March 21


March 22


March 23


March 24


March 25


March 26


March 27


March 28


March 29


March 30


March 31



April

April 1


April 2


April 3


April 4


April 5


April 6


April 7


April 8


April 9


April 10


April 11


April 12


  • Bahamian sprinter Shaunae Miller-Uibo won gold in Women's 200m at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.

April 13


April 14


April 15


April 16


April 17


April 18


April 19


April 20


April 21


April 22


April 23


April 24


April 25


April 26


April 27


April 28


April 29


April 30



May

May 1


May 2


May 3


May 4


May 5


May 6


May 7


May 8


May 9


May 10


May 11


May 12


May 13


May 14


May 15


May 16


May 17


May 18


May 19


May 20


May 21


May 22


May 23


May 24


May 25


May 26


May 27


May 28


May 29


May 30


May 31



June

June 1


June 2


June 3


June 4


  • Bahamian sprinter Shaunae Miller-Uibo broke the world record in the women’s 200-meter straight event at the Adidas Boost Boston Games on 4 June 2017 completing the race in 21.76 seconds.[1]

June 5


June 6


June 7


June 8


June 9


June 10


June 11


June 12


June 13


June 14


June 15


June 16


June 17


June 18


June 19


June 20


June 21


June 22


  • Alicia Wallace of Bahamas received the Queen's Young Leaders Award on 22 June 2015 from Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth for her supports to other women to reach their potential and play a full role in society.[2]

June 23


June 24


June 25


June 26


June 27


June 28


June 29


June 30



July

July 1


July 2


July 3


July 4


July 5


July 6


July 7


July 8


July 9


July 10


  • Independence Day of Bahamas. In 1964, after decades of debate and legal maneuvering, Great Britain granted The Islands of The Bahamas limited self-government. The Bahamas became a British Commonwealth in 1969 ending the colonial rule, but not the British flavor of the islands. Finally, Bahamas became independent from United Kingdom on July 10, 1973.

July 11


July 12


July 13


July 14


July 15


July 16


July 17


  • Vanderpool-Wallace Arianna of Bahamas won gold in Women's 50m Freestyle Swimming event at the 2015 Pan American Games.[3]

July 18


July 19


July 20


July 21


July 22


July 23


July 24


July 25


July 26


July 27


July 28


July 29


July 30


July 31



August

August 1


August 2


August 3


August 4


August 5


August 6


August 7


August 8


August 9


August 10


  • The Bahamas team of Chris Brown, Demetrius Pinder, Michael Mathieu and Ramon Miller won the gold medal in the men's 4x400m relay at the London Olympics on 10 August 2012 in a time of two minutes 56.72 seconds. The United States was second and with that America's 28-year domination of the event ended in thrilling fashion.[4]

August 11


August 12


August 13


August 14


August 15


  • Shaunae Miller of Bahamas won the Women's 400m race gold at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil.[5]

August 16


August 17


August 18


August 19


August 20


August 21


August 22


August 23


August 24


August 25


August 26


August 27


August 28


August 29


August 30


August 31



September

September 1


September 2


September 3


September 4


September 5


September 6


September 7


September 8


September 9


September 10


September 11


September 12


September 13


September 14


September 15


September 16


September 17


September 18


  • Bahamas was admitted as a member of the United Nations (UN) on September 18, 1973.

September 19


September 20


September 21


September 22


September 23


September 24


September 25


September 26


September 27


September 28


September 29


September 30



October

October 1


October 2


October 3


October 4


October 5


October 6


October 7


October 8


October 9


October 10


October 11


October 12


October 13


October 14


October 15


October 16


October 17


October 18


October 19


October 20


October 21


October 22


October 23


October 24


October 25


October 26


October 27


October 28


October 29


October 30


October 31



November

November 1


November 2


November 3


November 4


November 5


November 6


November 7


November 8


November 9


November 10


November 11


November 12


November 13


November 14


November 15


November 16


November 17


November 18


November 19


November 20


  • Bahamian woman swimmer Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace won her fourth gold at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz.

November 21


November 22


November 23


November 24


November 25


November 26


November 27


November 28


November 29


November 30



December

December 1


December 2


December 3


December 4


December 5


December 6


December 7


December 8


December 9


December 10


December 11


December 12


  • The Bahamas was named World's Leading Wedding Destination at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final 2015 in Morocco.[6]

December 13


December 14


December 15


December 16


December 17


December 18


December 19


  • Bahamas and China on 19 December 2013 signed a mutual visa exemption agreement that will allow Bahamian and Chinese nationals to travel unrestricted without a visa for up to 30 days.

December 20


December 21


December 22


December 23


December 24


December 25


December 26


December 27


December 28


December 29


December 30


December 31



References