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Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Pictures Posted from Week of Sports & a Video

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Seven different Sporting Events took place over the past week locally as well as abroad and Islandstats.com has posted galleries of the events in each Sports Page.

You will get to see photos from all four days of the Sir Stanley Burgess 5K Road Race, Wednesday Night Sailing, National Junior Sponsorship Awards, YAO Baseball, Twenty20 Cricket, Relay Classic and the Tokio Millennium Re. Road Race.

Click Here to see the Sir Stanley Burgess Road Race 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the YAO Baseball May 2nd 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the National Junior Sponsorship Awards April 30th 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the Wednesday Night Sailing April 29th 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the Pacer Relay Classic May 1st 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the Twenty20 Cricket May 3rd 2015 Pictures


Click Here to see the Tokio Millennium Re. Road Race May 3rd 2015 Pictures


 
 
Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Lewis Prepares for Big Year

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Paralympian Jessica Lewis began her 2015 competitive year recently in Australia in January at the Summer Down Under Wheelchair Road Racing Series, with one race in Canberra and another in Sydney, followed by a 10K which is also in Sydney.

After being present during the unveiling of the Paralympian Petal at City Hall, she will set off to continue her training before picking up a busy competing schedule.

Lewis took to the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London Track to compete in the 100m T53, 200m T53 and 400m T53 events.

 
 
Monday, May 04, 2015
Mayor & Paralympian Unveil Paralympic Petal

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The Corporation of Hamilton Mayor Graeme Outerbridge and Bermuda’s lone 2015 Paralympic athlete Jessica Lewis unveiled the Paralympic Petal inside the Mayor’s Parlor in City Hall.

The petal is a souvenir given by the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Ltd. (LOCOG) to the Bermuda Paralympic Association (BPARAS).

This copper petal is from the cauldron that bore the Paralympic flame and was part of a 164 piece installation that was dismantled and sent to all participating countries with a request to display the item in a suitable setting.

The wood for the base is Mahogany and Ebony, donated by the Corporation of Hamilton from city trees felled by storms.

The plinth was made by the Carpentry Programme, Bermuda Government’s Department of Corrections.

The petal will be transferred to the safe keeping of The Corporation of Hamilton and will remain on public display at City Hall as a symbol of inspiration and motivation for future athletes of all abilities.

 
 
Sunday, May 03, 2015
Smith & Floy FC Win Big

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Jonte Smith and his Fløy FC teammates defeated Odda 4 – 1 picking up their second win of the season in the in the Norwegian Second Division.

The battle was no more than 3 minutes old when Fløy FC got a goal from Robert Skårdal who curled a shot from some 16 yard out leaving the goalkeeper stranded.

Five minutes later, it was 2-0 when Bernard Brons rose highest to head in from a corner from Lars Kristian Pedersen.

After 12 minutes, Magnus Ask Mikkelsen made it 3-0 after excellent work from Trygve Åse Lunde from the right.

After Fløy FC got off to the bright start, Odda settled down and after 15 minutes they pulled a goal back when their danger man Ørjan Børve hammered a shot into the back of the net.

In the 34th minute Fløy FC restored their three goal lead when a free kick from 25 yards fell into the path of Pedersen and his cannon of a shot went in off the goalkeeper.
Friday, May 01, 2015
Paralympic Petal To Be Unveiled

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The Corporation of Hamilton and Bermuda Paralympic Association (BPARAS) will host a presentation of the Paralympic Petal to the City of Hamilton in the Mayor’s parlor on May 4th at 2:30 pm.

The petal is a souvenir given by the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Ltd. (LOCOG) to the Bermuda Paralympic Association (BPARAS).

This copper petal is from the cauldron that bore the Paralympic flame and was part of a 164 piece installation that was dismantled and sent to all participating countries with a request to display the item in a suitable setting.

The wood for the base is Mahogany and Ebony, donated by the Corporation of Hamilton from city trees felled by storms.

The plinth was made by the Carpentry Programme, Bermuda Government’s Department of Corrections.

The petal will be transferred to the safe keeping of The Corporation of Hamilton and will remain on public display at City Hall as a symbol of inspiration and motivation for future athletes of all abilities.
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