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CIBC FirstCaribbean demonstrated its commitment to youth and sports in the country through contributions to three youth summer sports programs touching over 700 young Bahamians in total.
Organizations that have "control" jurisdictions over sporting disciplines ought to all place more emphasis on their authority. Some do, but others don't.
I recall in 2005 when the big boxing extravaganza took place on Clifford Park. Initially talks went on without the Bahamas Boxing Commission being in the mix. Dr. Norman Gay, the catalyst behind the legislation of the Boxing Act, was the chair...
PHA Donates First Aid Supplies to Local Baseball Leagues
Local juvenile baseball leagues received donations of first aid supplies from the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA). Presentations were made to the Freedom Farm Baseball League and the Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) on Saturday November 2, 2019 by PHA employees who enjoy participation in each league...
WHEN the XVIII Pan American Games is held in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11, there will be at least one Bahamian making a significant contribution to its success behind the scene.
The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC), today, is more proactive in networking positively within the national sports fraternity than perhaps ever before. Under the present leadership, the BOC has evolved as the straw that stirs the national sports drink. The BOC's outreach to sporting organizations (members [...]
Nassau Guardian - Commissioner of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Ellison Greenslade
said he is excited about the newly formed relationship and the various
steps taken by some sporting federation heads and 'We The People
Bahamas', to combat crime in the country. The initiative to use sports
as a vehicle to forge closer relationships with the Bahamian youth has
been launched through a Po...
The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation will recognize 121 of “the best and brightest primary school students in the country” during its 22nd annual awards ceremony...
Every Bahamian can vividly recall the day when as a country we earned what is likely our most treasured Olympic Gold Medal. We remember watching our “Golden Girls” execute flawless baton passes. Picture Debbie Ferguson grabbing that baton from Pauline Davis Thompson and racing with all her might to the finish line bringing to this country what then was its first track and field Gold Medal.
One of the areas of national sports development, in great need of being addressed, for a long time, is finally getting attention from the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC). I refer to the focus on small sports organizations, to give them the opportunities to get on [...]
Showing that there is no ill feeling between them, Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) presidential candidates Wellington Miller and Mike Sands came together yesterday, each stating their agenda going into the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and election of officers of the most influential sports organization in [...]
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