The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) is pleased to support rower Philip Als in his quest to create history yet again. The 65-year-old Barbadian rower was the...
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) announced that President Sandra Osborne will not be among the officials traveling to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The president’s absence will in no way affect the team as all the pre-games and on-the-ground preparations are already in place to facilitate the athletes’ seamless participation in the games.
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) is again hosting the annual Olympic Day celebrations from June 21 – 26. There are four main activities planned which include tree planting, learning a new sport online, a five-day walk challenge, and a 2k Run with Barbadian Olympians.
President of The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. Sandra Osborne, QC, and board member Dr. Adrian Lorde were recently appointed to commissions of the Mexico-based Panam Sport Organization.
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. has announced that the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) will be celebrated this year in Barbados...
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) in partnership with the Barbados Hockey Federation and the Barbados Tourism Department Corporation, today officially broke ground to signal the start of Phase 2 of the development of the Barbados Hockey Centre at Wildey.
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelley-Ann Griffith as its new Assistant Secretary General. Griffith, who previously held the position of director was appointed by the Board of Directors on October 7, to fill the post made vacant by Cameron Burke’s elevation to the post of Vice President at the recently held Annual General Meeting.
Launch of TAFISA World Walking Day: 24 hours around the globe; the most accessible & inclusive relay around the world
This Sunday people and various organisations will pass the baton across all time zones from east to west to celebrate the power of sport and physical activity in unifying the world during the COVID-19 crisis. The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) is proud to join in this global event and to encourage our local national federations to participate.
The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) joins the rest of the world in the count down to the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. For Barbados, the year 1968 would go down in history as being an important one for its sporting fraternity. It was the year that the country would make its debut at the Summer Olympics and coming just short of two years after attaining independence, it was an especially proud occasion for the island nation.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) is delighted to announce Ryan Brathwaite as the
new Regional Development Manager for the Caribbean and Americas regions.