The Bahamas took a small bite out of Libya, earning 1.5 points from the 4 games. OK, one of the points was a forfeit win when Kendrick's opponent did not show, but it's a point. Carver, meanwhile, worked his game and was able to secure a draw against Libya's 2166-rated board three. According to Valentine Cox, the veteran Olympiad player, this is the earliest that The Bahamas has ever scored even half a point in an Olympiad. That is incredible news and shows, with good coaching, what potential we have in the sport of chess.