Olympic Lines is the official newsletter of the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA). It is designed to share BOA news, information and events, as well as highlight the achievements of our athletes and those involved in the sporting community. Click here to view the BOA August 2020 Olympic Lines Newsletter
Please be advised that the Museum Tour Week which was scheduled to start Monday, March 23 2020 has been cancelled until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. This March 23-27, The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. will be hosting a Museum Tour Week at the Olympic Museum, Wildey. Join us for a hands-on, educational and … Continue reading Museum Tour Week at the BOA This March
This February 10-14, The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. will be hosting a Museum Tour Week at the Olympic Museum, Wildey. Join us for a hands-on, educational and inspiring tour that features a collection of exhibits showcasing the history of sport in Barbados. #Love4Sport and #Love4Country #Olympics #TeamBarbados #Sports #Musuem Tour dates: Monday, February 10, Wednesday, February 12 and Friday, February 14. Tour … Continue reading Museum Tour Week at the BOA This February
Today, 23 children and 10 counsellors of the Corner Stone Wesleyan Holiness Church Camp toured the Olympic Museum under the guidance of Daneka Headley, Sport for Development Officer at the BOA.
Yesterday the BOA welcomed a special visit from 19 students of the Princess Margaret Secondary School. This visit was to give the students useful information related to sports education and to assist them with their assignments in preparation for their Physical Education CXC. We wish each student the best in their future exams.
On Monday, 20 August 2018, 11 children and 2 counsellors of the Deacons Cricket Camp visited the Olympic Museum at the BOA. The tour was facilitated by BOA Project Officer Ryan Brathwaite.
On Friday, July 20, members of the Technique F.C Football Camp were given a tour of our National Olympic Museum. The group consisted of 43 campers and 6 adults.
As part of their CAPE Physical Education examinations preparation, 22 students of the St Michael Secondary School paid a visit the Olympic museum. The students were exposed to an in-depth overview of the Olympic movement, a presentation on Careers in Sports followed by a tour of the Olympic museum. Students also received a special education … Continue reading St. Michael Secondary School Museum Visit