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Saturday, October 25, 2014
Optimist World Championships Update
As predicted the 52nd Optimist World Championships in San Isidro, Argentina have produced challenging conditions.

Bermuda sailor Tayte Stefaniuk is successfully managing the tricky conditions and has had an impressive first three days with 4 of his 6 races in the top 20, leaving him well positioned in 33rd overall for the second half of the regatta.

The competitors have been faced with a strong current, steep waves and a variety of wind from a steady moderate breeze on day one followed by two days of light and shifty breezes, which saw lengthy postponements ashore.

Fleet racing is now at the halfway mark. Following today the competitors will be split into three fleets, Gold, Silver and Bronze allowing only those in the gold fleet to vie for the title. Team Bermuda will see Tayte Stefaniuk in Gold, Mikey Wollmann in Silver and Adriana Adriana Penruddocke, George Buckley and Joe Arrowsmith in Bronze.

Coach Jenkins said, “The conditions have suited the lighter sailors as it is easier for them to get through the choppy waves in the light air. I am pleased with the spirit and efforts of the team thus far”.

Tomorrow brings the competitive Team Race Championship followed by a lay day and then the final days of racing in their respective fleets.

The leaderboard has Mara Turin of Slovenia in first overall and first female.

Overall results for Team Bermuda

33rd Tayte Stefaniuk
112th Mikey Wollmann
150th Adriana Penruddocke
187th George Buckley
194th Joe Arrowsmith
Friday, October 24, 2014
BOA Tag Day 2014

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Members of the Sporting Community across the Island helped the Bermuda Olympic Association in volunteering their time for Tag Day.

BOA President Judy Simons and BOA Tag Day Coordinator Veronica Edwards officially got things underway three days ago when they attended Government House to tag Governor George Fergusson.

The Bermuda Olympic Association holds a Tag Day in the City of Hamilton each year in October to help raise funds for Bermuda’s athletes. They say they are very appreciative of all those volunteers who help to make the day a success.

 
 
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Countdown to BOA Tag Day

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The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) will be holding their Annual Tag Day this coming Friday October 24th.

BOA President Judy Simons and BOA Tag Day Coordinator Veronica Edwards officially got things underway when they attended Government House to tag Governor George Fergusson.

The Bermuda Olympic Association holds a Tag Day in the City of Hamilton each year in October to help raise funds for Bermuda’s athletes. They say they are very appreciative of all those volunteers who help to make the day a success.

 
 
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Ricky Martin to Open CAC Games in Mexico

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Puerto Rican pop star Ricky Martin will perform at the Opening Ceremony of the Central American and Caribbean Games next month.

Martin, will perform at the Opening Ceremony of the 22nd Edition of the Games, which are due get underway at the 26,000 capacity Luis Pirata Fuente Stadium in Veracruz, Mexico, on November 14th.

The Games are scheduled to last until November 30th and will be the fourth time they have been staged in Mexico. The three previous occasions were all in Mexico City, beginning with the Inaugural Event in 1926 followed by editions in 1954 and 1990.

Port city Veracruz is the capital of the state of Veracruz and Games organizers are expected around 5,700 athletes from 31 countries including Bermuda to take part in competition across 36 sports.



 
 
Monday, October 20, 2014
The Bermuda Football Show LIVE 5:30pm

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The Bermuda Football Show with a new host Jason “Jugglin J” Ford. Ford and his Co-Host Calvin Blankendal will be live on Today at 5:30pm. Click Read More to watch the show at 5:30pm.

If you miss the Live Show, do not to worry, not like other shows in Bermuda when it is one and done, you can watch the Football Show anytime you like.

Ford and Blankendal will discuss this past weekend and upcoming games, you will also see how they made out with their picks.

The show will allow in the very near future persons to phone in, but for now anyone with questions can email them to info@islandstats.com.

So join Jugglin J and Calvin Blankendal at 5:30pm for the Bermuda Football Show.


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