BAAA executives after the church service yesterday at St Barnabas Anglican Church to begin the new season.
BAAA president Drumeco Archer, second from left, with BACO members after the church service.
#EXECUTIVES of the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations and its members began the 2023 season by attending church together at St Barnabas Anglican Church yesterday.
#Rev Fr Roderick Bain welcomed the BAAA and its president Drumeco Archer gave some remarks on behalf of the BAAA.
#Joining Archer and his executives were members of the Bahamas Association of Certified Officials (BACO), headed by Val Kemp and a number of the track teams, including Swift Athletics, headed by coach Andrew Tynes, Red-Line Athletics, headed by coach Tito Moss and the Star Trackers, headed by coach David Charlton.
#The BAAA will kick off the season this weekend at the Thomas A Robinson Track and Field Stadium with the staging of the T-Bird Flyers Track Club meet, headed by coach Foster Dorsett. The club is expected to honour the memory of the late BACO officials Courtney Wallace and Ivy Charlton.
#The meet will serve as a qualifying meet for the 50th Golden Jubilee CARIFTA Games, scheduled for April 7-11 in New Providence.