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2009 Caribbean Games

11/30/2009 1:59:53 PM
In or about 2000, Heads of Caribbean Governments determined that in order to further the development of Sport in the Caribbean, there is need for the Celebration of Games for Elite Athletes on a periodic basis. The Heads of Government also acknowledged that the Olympic movement is an essential vehicle if such games were to acquire appropriate recognition and accreditation.
IOC Trophies for Sir Durward, Cecil Cooke
Sir Durward and Cecil Cooke to receive IOC's highest honor for athletes.
Bahamas Olympic Movement Observes 62 Years
The Bahamas Olympic movement observes sixty-two years
Continental Scholarships offered by BOC and PASO
The Bahamas Olympic Committee is committed to building capacity
Queen's Baton Received in Nassau
Queen's Baton Received in Nassau
4/21/2014 10:26:55 AM
Queen's Baton makes a stop in Nassau, The Bahamas.
Bahamas represented at Record-Breaking Conference
Bahamas rep at IOC conference in Monaco.
Bahamas on course for Nanjing
3/8/2014 5:18:49 PM
Young sailor qualifies Bahamas for Youth Olympic Games.
Softball Makes Development Donation
Softball Makes Development Donation
1/19/2014 10:58:39 PM
Softball continues efforts to build sports.
Freedom Farm Opens Season
Freedom Farm Opens Season
1/18/2014 11:05:22 PM
League kicks off the 2014 baseball and softball season.
Bahamas Rep Completes Soccer Course
Mary Woodside Knowles gets the latest in soccer coaching techniques.