Commonwealth Games Federation Courtesy Call on the Prime Minister

NASSAU, The Bahamas — Louise Martin, President, Commonwealth Games Federation, pinned Dr. the Hon Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas with Games symbol during a Courtesy Call at the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday, July 17. Looking on are Derron Donaldson, Chief of Mission, Team Bahamas; Grafton Ifill Jr. Deputy Managing Director of Government Affairs, CYG; Cora Hepburn, deputy Managing Director, Operations, CYG; and Wellington Miller, Chairman, Bahamas Commonwealth Youth Games 2017 Organizing Committee. The games will be held July 18 to 23; attracting 65 countries, more than 1,300 athletes competing in 9 sporting disciplines. (BIS Photo/Peter Ramsay)

Members of Team Bahamas, Commonwealth Youth Games, in a photo op with Dr. the Hon Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, during a Courtesy Call at the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday, July 17, 2017. Pictured from left are Wellington Miller, Chairman, Bahamas Commonwealth Youth Games Organizing Committee; Michael Butler, soccer; Katelyn Cabral, swimming; Julian Laing, Rugby; Prime Minister Minnis; the Hon Michael Pintard, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture and Derron Donaldson, Chief of Mission, Team Bahamas. The games will be held July 18 to 23; attracting 65 countries, more than 1,300 athletes competing in 9 sporting disciplines. (BIS Photo/Peter Ramsay)

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