Waterkeepers Bahamas dives into summer supporting Swim Programs

Diving into action – Waterkeepers Bahamas supports Freeport Aquatics Club (FAC) as part of its mission to bring awareness of the need to preserve a fragile marine environment. Pictured from left to right Grand Bahama Coastal Waterkeepers and Save The Bays Chairman Joe Darville, FAC Head Coach Albert ‘Bert’ Bell, Waterkeepers Bahamas Executive Director Rashema Ingraham and FAC super star and assistant coach Ashton Knowles.

Two swim programs in Grand Bahama got a welcome boost this week with donations from Waterkeepers Bahamas, the local licensee of the world’s largest and fastest-growing non-profit solely focused on clean water. “We were pleased to show our support for the Freeport Aquatics Club, which has been such a powerful force in teaching discipline and…
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Simmons hopes to see changes under new administration

Oswald “Ozzie” Simmons Sports Insider

As many are well aware, a new Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture has been appointed, Member of Parliament for Marco City, Michael Pintard. As usual, with a change in public offices come the lofty expectations of citizens and stakeholders. Sports Insider Oswald “Ozzie” Simmons offered his official congratulations to the newly elected parliamentarian and…
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Miller appointed to Paso Technical Commission

Bahamas Olympic Committee President Wellington Miller has received a signal appointment to the Technical Commission of the regional powerhouse Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO). PASO is the international organisation which represents all National Olympic Committees of the Americas. PASO's Technical Commission is charged with creating the technical programs that will help PanAmSports’ members to be…
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Eastern Wyoming to add another graduating Stinger to its roster in the fall

LETTER OF INTENT SIGNED – Brandon Meadows stands center with family, Sunland staff and head coach after signing his letter of intent to attend Eastern Wyoming College. Left to right of Meadows are Sunland teacher Charleen Cochrane, Sunland Principal Myrton King, his mother Melissa Meadows, aunt Lenora Hield, teacher Carol Bennett and head coach Jay Philippe. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

It appears the relationship between Sunland Baptist Academy and Eastern Wyoming College is growing stronger and stronger by the year. After the Mustangs added three Stingers to their roster last year, another Stinger will be thrown into the mix in Torrington, Wyoming for the 2017-2018 season. Graduating guard Brandon Meadows signed his letter of intent…
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