We appreciate you!
It’s a great time to be apart of Bahamas Aquatics, aka, Bahamas Swimming Federation as we kick off our Clean Swim, Clean Win Campaign. We are honored to have been one of 16 applications selected by Unesco from many organizations
around the world as worthy of implementation.
We would like to thank UNESCO for providing us with the initial funding and support to create this program by approving our application Encouraging Fair Ethics and Standards Using Contemporary Tools to Educate the Athletes of the Bahamas Swimming Federation: “Clean Swim, Clean Win” (Commonwealth of the Bahamas) at their meeting in November 2016.
Education of our youth is vital to preserving the integrity of the sport in our country and throughout the world.
Our swimmers continue to excel and win on many levels internationally increasing our need to prepare
them in every way we can.
Kaizen means continuous and neverending improvement. It is our goal going forward that we will be able to continue to build on this platform, continue to educate all of the members of the Bahamas Aquatics Federation not only the swimmers, but also our water polo players and other member sports of the federation as we continue to grow as a federation. We aim for continuous improvement. We hope it has a ‘ripple effect’ and creates a new wave throughout sports in the Bahamas.
Technology is like a toy to our young people but it is an invaluable platform for the dissemination of information. We are excited to get our resources in the hands of our federation members to share with our clubs and swimmers in the next few days and weeks as we prepare for swim nationals at the end of June.
We are grateful to have the ability to execute this project and once again thank UNESCO, The Bahamas Anti Doping Commission, eSounds Marketing, SFP Systems and our other partners that have helped to make this program possible.