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Louise Martin to carry the Flame as President
International Games
CGF Elect First Female President  (INTERNATIONAL GAMES)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
During the Commonwealth Games Federation Meeting in New Zealand history was made. The Commonwealth Games Federation members elected their first female President in Louise Martin from Scotland.

Vice President's Bruce Robertson from Canada, Gideon Sam from South Africa and Keryn Smith from New Zealand were also elected.

Bermuda Olympic Association’s General Secretary Philip Guishard w

Micah Thomas Raynor
World Optimist Championship Update  (SAILING)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Five young Bermuda sailors Micah Thomas Raynor, Camille Chin-Gurret, Campbell Patton, Luke Madeiros and Tayte Stefaniuk were back on the waters of the Baltic Sea competing in the 2015 World Optimist Championship in Poland.

Three races were completed today, making it the most racing in one day for the Fleet while competing individually. The three races take the total number of races to seve

Joint Statement from Senator Renee Ming & Kim Swan  (OTHER SPORTS)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
On behalf of the Progressive Labour Party, we offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mansfield (Bojangles) Smith, a giant in the St. George's community, and one who gave some much of his life to the East End.

Mansfield (Bojangles) Smith was a talented sportsman table tennis, football and cricket. His name was synonymous with Wellington Rovers and with the St. George's

Other Sports
Duffy to Compete in World Series in Edmonton  (OTHER SPORTS)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
The World Triathlon Series is coming to the Americas, as Edmonton, Canada becomes the ninth stop in the 2015 circuit.

After hosting the Grand Final last year, Edmonton is set to serve up a Sprint Course this year. As the last race before the 2015 Grand Final, the Elite Women are looking to earn some last-chance ITU points.

Flora Duffy carried on a breakthrough consistent season in S

Trio of Triathletes Set to Compete  (TRIATHLONS)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
After his 7th place finish in Kelowna BC on August 23rd in the Canadian Junior Western Championships, Tyler Smith travelled down to Victoria BC with his dad Aaron Smith where he has been staying with Dave Morrrison and Sue Edney and training with his coach Kelly Guest and his group of Junior Elite BC Triathletes.

He leaves on Thursday for Edmonton, Alberta where he will be racing in anothe

Commonwealth Games Team Depart  (ATHLETICS)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Bermuda’s four athletes and two coaches headed out this morning on their way to Samoa for the Youth Commonwealth Games 2015.

Bermuda’s Track and Field team of David Darrell, Tahje Taylor and Tiara DeRosa will be coached by Terry-Lynn Paynter, who is looking to make sure that the team remains calm heading into competition.

Cynthia Armano will be watching over her daughter Susanna Arma

Youth Soccer
Nolan Helps Navarro College Win Again  (YOUTH SOCCER)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Freshman Deneisha Blackwood scored a hat trick to lead Navarro College Women's Soccer to a 4-0 non-conference soccer victory over the Richland College Thunderducks at Richardson.

Freshman Aaliyah Nolan scored the Navarro College other goal and assisted on two of Blackwood’s goals.

International Games
Plagiarism Claim Scraps Tokyo 2020 Olympics Logo  (INTERNATIONAL GAMES)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
The BBC are reporting the logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games has been scrapped after allegations that it was plagiarized.

Plagiarizing in Bermuda is deemed OK, by some Bermuda Media, however in other places around the World it is unacceptable.

The Games organizing committee said there were too many doubts over the emblem for it to be used. A Belgian artist had complained that his

Lewis & Thom at the Track
Track and Field
Lewis' Coach Talks Medal & Future  (TRACK AND FIELD)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Recently a fundraiser was host at Red Steakhouse for Parapan Gold Medalist Jessica Lewis, which her coach Ken Tom flew in to be a part of.

Many would have thought that Lewis would take some time off before she prepares for the World Championships, but Coach Ken had Lewis back on the track the morning after the fundraiser.

Lewis is no stranger to competition Internationally as she tra

Other Sports
Pictures Posted from Week of Sports & a Video  (OTHER SPORTS)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Six different Sporting Events took place over the past week locally and Islandstats.com has posted galleries of the events in each Sports Page.

You will get to see photos from Eastern County as well as Premier Division Cricket, Wednesday Night, Dinghy and Remote Control Sailing, Cycling, Charlie Emery Memorial Football, Coppertone Beach Volleyball Tournament and Summer League Softball.

Concern Growing for Rio Sailing Water  (SAILING)
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
The water quality at the sailing venue for the 2016 Rio Olympics "needs improvement", but will be "totally clean" by next summer, the president of the Organizing Committee has said.

Two sailors, from South Korea and Germany, have contracted infections, which they claim came from the waters.

Recent tests at Guanabara Bay have revealed high levels of bacteria and viruses coming from hu

Recent Photo Galleries

Tokio Long Course Time Trial

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Wednesday, Dinghy & Remotes

Coppertone Tournament 2015

Softball August 24th-28th

Charlie Emery Memorial 2015

Cricket August 29th & 30th Set IV

Cricket August 29th & 30th Set III

Cricket August 29th & 30th Set II

Cricket August 29th & 30th

Softball August 17th-20th Highlights

Sailing Highlights Aug 19th-23rd

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