NEWS FROM THE BOA

Wedderburn recognised for his contribution to sport

Wedderburn recognised for his contribution to sport

A bust of Olympic bronze medallist James β€˜Jim’ Wedderburn now sits in the Olympic Museum at The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA). The wax sculpture of Wedderburn, which was recently unveiled, is the first…

FEATURED ATHLETES


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Sada
Williams


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Jonathan
Jones


ATHLETICS

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Shane
Brathwaite


ATHLETICS

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About The BOA

Formed after the dissolution of the West Indies Federation in 1962, the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) first competed at the Olympic level at the 1968 Summer Olympics.

Athlete Services

The BOA supports athletes via a variety of programs for both athletes and their National Governing Bodies – including training facilities, sports medicine and science, coaching education, health insurance, education and career services and more.

Olympism

The mission of the NOCs is to develop and protect the Olympic Movement in their respective countries, in accordance with the Olympic Charter.

Team Barbados Results

OLYMPIC GAMES
COMMONWEALTH GAMES
PAN AMERICAN GAMES
CENTRAL AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN GAMES

26 Jul – 11 Aug 2024

PARIS
2024

PAST & UPCOMING GAMES

Take In The Rich Olympic History of Barbados!

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2022 ANNUAL REPORT

Read The Barbados Olympic Association Inc.’s 2022 Annual Report.

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