BSSAC is back again this year even stronger
and better than before with a couple new changes to better the well-known
national track meet created for secondary schools across Barbados. These
changes were announced at the recently held BSSAC launch which was held on 6th
March 2020 at Harrison College.
Asst. Meet Director Andrew Brathwaite (centre) flanked by Meet Director Dave Small (left) and Juanita Wade (right) at the handed over ceremony for BSSAC sponsors.
Last Friday March 6, Assistant.Meet Director Brathwaite pleased the crowd gathered for the handing over ceremony for sponsors by announcing that that Derrick Smith School has ...
Officials Melissa Knight and Emily HarewoodCompetition Secretary Richard Forde and Assistant Shonte MooreChief of Secretariat Andrea Greenidge-Nicholls
Long before the sound of the gun preparations are underway for the start of the Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools Athletic Championships (BSSAC) Meet. The BSSAC Secretariat this year, ...
Barbados Secondary School Athletic Championships begin with their Zone Finals on the 10th of March, starting with the Esther Maynard Zone followed by the Frank Blackman Zone on the 12th.
The Championship Finals Meet will be the following on the week the 19th and 20th with the 400m semi-finals being contested on the morning of the 18th of ...
After a four year hiatus, spectators will be back in the stands of the National Stadium at the start of the Powerade Barbados Secondary School Athletic Championship(BSSAC) meet. The removal of the roof and pylons of the stands of the National Stadium has created a "bleachers" arrangement which will now give more fans the opportunity to come ...
Chiefs and Referees TrainingBSSAC Training Workshop
Participants paying rapt attention
In an effort to maintain a high level of officiating and professionalism the chief Judges, and referees of the BSSAC Meet went back to the classroom to upgrade their skills and knowledge. Instructor Esther Maynard, IAAF International Technical ...