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December 19, 2019
OPM GB gives funds to local sporting organizations and marching bands

The Office of the Prime Minister in Grand Bahama has shown appreciation for various sporting organizations and the marching band community of the island by presenting each respective group with financial grants to assist their work with the young people...

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August 27, 2015
Sports organizations get boost from CIBC FirstCaribbean

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.

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December 30, 2013
Sports organizations should emphasize 'authority' more

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...

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August 20, 2020
Sports ministry releases its COVID-19 guidelines

Local sporting organizations and leagues finally have a template to work with as it relates to a return to sports in the country. The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture has officially released its Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Guidelines, which can be found online via The Bahamas government's website (bahamas.gov.bs) and on the ministry's Facebook page (facebook.com/moysc.bah). As expected, sp...

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July 27, 2019
Miller represents country's sports brand in technical committee role

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.

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November 15, 2017
Behemoths aiming for top spot in BOC

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 [...]
The post Behemoths aiming for top spot in BOC appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.

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December 17, 2013
BBFF focusing on healthier living in 2014

With a strong focus on healthier living and family life, the Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (BBFF) is starting the new year off with a fun run/walk set for March, 2014.
BBFF President Danny Sumner said that it is their goal to get as many of their athletes as possible, and Bahamians in general, fit, eating right, and living healthy lifestyles. He said that it is imperative to maintain...

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January 22, 2020
Colina Sponsors Two Teams in The JBLN

Colina Insurance Limited is sponsoring two Junior Baseball League of Nassau (JBLN) teams during the league’s 2020 season. The Colina Tigers will compete in the Coach-Pitch (ages 7-8) division while the Colina Crushers will contend in the Girls Softball (under-21) division. Taige Adderley, of Colina’s Corporate Communications department had the opportunity to meet with the teams during JBLN's o...

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 PHA Donates First Aid Supplies to Local Baseball Leagues
November 12, 2019
PHA Donates First Aid Supplies to Local Baseball Leagues

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...

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June 25, 2014
Grand Bahama Youth Games inspirational gesture by BOC

Wellington Miller, the quiet leader, who heads the Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) and the Amateur Boxing Federation of The Bahamas (ABFB), is the Rodney Dangerfield of the nation's sports fraternity.
The late American comedian Dangerfield coined the phrase "I get no respect" and rose to new career heights in his unique self-depreciating style. Wellington Miller is one of the low-key sports leader...

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