Sports Scope

Promoter Seifert goes after CBC Caribbean Zonal bout

Promoter Vincent Seifert is presently seeking to bring professional boxing activity, with a Commonwealth Boxing Council flavor, to The Bahamas. Seifert, presently, is networking through The Bahamas Boxing Commission (BBC) with representatives of the Commonwealth Boxing Council to deliver a regional title bout. He is pursuing the Commonwealth Boxing Council Caribbean Zonal Lightweight Championship. Already,…
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Sports Minister Pintard has opportunity to direct greater balance of govt. funding

MICHAEL PINTARD, MP Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture

Last Wednesday (October 4) in the House of Assembly, Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest presented many compelling figures to the nation. He took listeners down a scary path and made it clear that his job in leading the way for the country to put its financial house in order, will be an extremely tough…
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Commonwealth boxing body, WBC now formally affiliated

At the recent World Boxing Council (WBC) Annual General Meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan, the Commonwealth Boxing Council (CBC) became formally affiliated. There had been a long-standing relationship between the two world boxing organizations. However, in order to secure a greater outreach for its membership, the CBC opted for a full, closer, more bonding connection. CBC…
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North Andros track initiative carries tourism expectation

BOC ASSISTANCE—Wellington Miller is presently winding down his second stint as president of the Bahamas amateur boxing movement. He is an associate of the Bahamas Olympic Committee and is capable of leading the development strategy to aid the amateur boxing program.

Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) President Wellington Miller, a native Androsian, calls the North Andros Track Project, “one of the most satisfying happenings in my time thus far as a sports administrator.” A long-time president of The Bahamas Boxing Federation (formerly Amateur Boxing Association of The Bahamas) and now a multi-tenure BOC chief, Miller was instrumental…
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