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Miller expresses confidence about winning a new BOC presidency term

Wellington Miller

On Thursday with a slate that includes virtually all of the sitting executives, Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) President Wellington Miller will offer himself for a third consecutive term in office as the country’s top-positioned non-government sports administrator. Yesterday morning, we had a brief chat, while he was preparing for the meeting. “I’m feeling confident and…
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Sir Arlington fashioned trailblazer status in local Olympic Movement

Sir Arlington Butler

Sir Arlington Butler died late last week. I recall the evening in 1972, at the annual general meeting of the Bahamas Olympic Association (now re-constituted as the Bahamas Olympic Committee), at the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel. Simeon Bowe from the Bahamas Football Association and Arlington Butler of the Bahamas Amateur Athletic Association (now Association of…
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Craig Symonnette adds extra special touch to GB Sports Promotion Association event

QUIET SPORTS STALWART – Craig Symonette, pictured with Sarah St. George of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, is one of the most unsung national sports stalwarts in the country’s history. (PHOTO BY SHAYNE STUBBS)

He is as unassuming as a well-traveled international sailing star could ever be. Craig Symonette, the 62-year-old 5.5 metre sailing stalwart, graced the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association’s marquee event, the Edward St. George Memorial Invitational Golf Tournament in Freeport, Grand Bahama, with his presence over the weekend. Symonette has always moved under the radar,…
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Edward St. George Golf Tourney draws large field of 64 players

SARAH ST. GEORGE –She sits in the same office her father once did his yeoman investment work in and Sarah St. George has expressed great enthusiasm over the growing success of the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association’s signature event.

Tournament Director Ambrose Gouthro has reported that at least 64 golfers will take to the Lucayan Country Club Course this morning in the second annual Edward St. George Memorial Invitational Tournament. “We’ve got 16 teams registered, but of course the pairings party is to come (last night), so one or two more teams might show…
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