June 3rd, 2018

Arianna Vanderpool – Wallace, 3-time Olympian and the most accomplished Bahamian swimmer, represented the Bahamas at the 1st WADA Global Athlete Forum, hosted by the Canadian Olympic Committee with the support of the Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport. 104 athletes from 54 countries across all continents participated in this forum that focused on a few key items including but not limited to, drafting the Anti-Doping Charter of Athlete Rights, ensuring athletes have the ability to freely express their opinions without retribution, and stressed the importance of meaningful athlete involvement in anti-doping programs.

May 30th, 2018

The Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission visited Lyford Cay International School on May 30 to sit with a few students and educate them on the doping control process and the importance of ‘Clean Sports’ for their class project.

April 1st, 2018

International Anti-Doping Delegate Dr. Adrian Lorde with Doping Control Officers, Chaperones and Staff of the Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC) at the conclusion of the 2018 Flow Carifta Games held in Nassau, Bahamas over the Easter holiday; March 30 – April 1, 2018. Team Bahamas finished strong in second place overall.

Over in Jamaica, our swimmers had a spectacular performance finishing in first place overall.