Bahamas’ Cleotha Collie to Serve as DCO at 2024 Paralympic Games

February 8, 2024

Cleotha Collie, a seasoned Senior Doping Control Officer (DCO) with the Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC), has been chosen to represent her nation as a DCO at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. With over a decade of experience in anti-doping measures, Cleotha, affectionately known as Cleo, has established herself as an invaluable asset to BADC. Her selection to officiate at such a prestigious event underscores her expertise and dedication to maintaining fair play and integrity in sports.

Throughout her tenure with BADC, Cleo has demonstrated unwavering commitment to her role in ensuring clean competition, earning respect and admiration from her colleagues and athletes alike. As she embarks on this new chapter in her career, Cleo carries with her the well wishes and support of the entire BADC team. Her participation in the 2024 Paralympics not only highlights her individual achievements but also reflects positively on the Bahamas’ commitment to upholding the principles of sportsmanship and ethical conduct. BADC expresses its utmost confidence in Cleo’s ability to excel in her duties on the international stage and wishes her every success in Paris!

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