"Usain Bolt - The Bolt!" by Nick Webb is licensed under CC BY 2.0 By Marlene Saint Martin The rush of seeing Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce winning medals in three different editions of the Olympic Games has not faded as yet. During 17 days, we cheered while watching our favorite athletes aspire to Olympic glory in Rio 2016. Our Caribbean athletes, many of whom have … [Read more...] about How To Win Like A Caribbean Olympic Champion
Firstly let me declare my hand, I am not a faithful West Indies cricket fan. I am drawn into the role of spectator in our home, when my husband is watching cricket on television. This usually involves him screaming and shouting at the top of his lungs as if the players could hear him through the television screen. … [Read more...] about Can Lessons Be Learnt from West Indies Cricket?
As the memory of the electrifying inaugural IAAF World Relays fades, there is still a lot we have to be excited about. The news that we have tripled our investment into the games is exactly what the investors and the public want to hear. This means we are making progress in the right direction, but let’s do more. Now it is time for The Bahamas to show what the outcome of the … [Read more...] about Attraction by attraction
This past weekend (May 24-25, 2014) was truly an exciting two days here in The Bahamas. BAH-MAZING according to a post written by Spikes on spikes.iaaf.org. The Bahamas hosted the IAAF World Relay Championships in our brand new stadium. More than 40 countries including more than 500 athletes participated. You could feel the electricity in the stadium amongst the loud cheers as … [Read more...] about Conquering Sports Tourism in the Caribbean