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First the longest serving Bahamas Olympic Association President Sir. Arlington Butler and Treasurer of The Bahamas Cycling Federation Keith Lloyd. Sir Arlington Butler, former speaker of the House of Assembly and former Bahamas ambassador to the United States, passed away on November 9th at the age of 79. . He was involved in the administration of sports in The Bahamas for more than 50 years and was a past president of the Bahamas Olympic Association (which became the Bahamas Olympic Committee). In 1996, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth, and received many awards as the president of the B.O.A, Butler also enjoyed some sterling moments from our athletes, including Frank Rutherford when he won the first Olympic athletic medal with his bronze at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain and when the Golden Girls team of Savetheda Fynes, Chandra Sturrup, Pauline Davis, Debbie Ferguson and Eldece Clarke captured the gold in the women's 4 x 100 metre relay at the 2000 Olympics in Sidney, Australia. Sir Ali was known as a revered sports administrator in the Caribbean and the BOC honored him a few years ago at Government House.

Lloyd was the serving treasurer of the Bahamas cycling Federation and as he celebrated his 50th birthday on Friday November 10th, Lloyd died at home of an apparent heart attack. Lloyd made his debut into the sport as a competitor from 1983 when he went on to win the interschool cycling championships in 1985. He was the director of the recent Commonwealth Youth Games, which was very successful. It was the biggest sporting event ever held in this country and Keith Lloyd was the driving force behind the cycling aspect of it.


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When they say its BTC Country in Grand Bahama, they mean it! The Northern Team of BTC not only support sports development on Grand Bahama, but they get actively involved. Just last weekend, Team BTC was front and center, showing their unwavering
support for the 31st GBPA Conchman Triathlon. “The Conchman triathlon is a GB staple,” said Eldri Ferguson-Mackey. “The comradery at this event, the team work and the friendly competition makes for a great day of sports endurance and one BTC is proud to be a part of and participate in” she said.

On Saturday November 4th, 2017 at Taino Beach park, over 150 athletes participated in the swim, bike and run in the Olympic, sprint and iron kid’s categories. BTC employees Melvin Rolle and Davina Rutherford competed in the Corporate Challenge and placed 2nd while Don Laing, also took a second place finish in open men’s relay category. In addition to providing both financial, branding support. BTC also provided internet and Wi-Fi services to the annual event, ensuring that each photo finish was captured in real time. BTC staff also provided volunteer support at the event, thanks to Daphne McKinney, Shawn Bowe, Dequann Carroll, Davina Rutherford, Leeshanria Lightbourne, Samara Neely as well as the BTC JA Students who all volunteered as course marshals and great cheerleaders with BTC provided thunder sticks.


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