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Thursday, July 30, 2015
Quality Gymnastics Set to Open

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Bermuda in the coming months will offer an alternative to the Bermuda Gymnastics Association facility in Southside with the announcement of Quality Gymnastics.

Quality Gymnastics plans to begin operations this fall, they have managed to secure the services of a top level international gymnastics coach to come to Bermuda to teach gymnastics.

In a statement to Islandstats.com Quality Gymnastics Committee said, “We feel that the level of expertise of our new Head Coach will help us to provide training programs that will help all gymnasts to achieve personal best.”

Quality Gymnastics will be located at 26 Berkeley Hill Rd in the Old Berkeley Institute. “This is a very convenience location just minutes from town with ample parking.”
Monday, July 27, 2015
PHC Scholarship Awards Presentation

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The PHC Foundation held its Eighth Annual Scholarship Awards Presentation at XL Bermuda Limited, O’Hara House.

In total, $40,000 was awarded to nine young men and women to assist in their studies at prep school, and University.

The PHC Foundation has awarded over $190,000 over the last six years, to young people at PHC to assist in their education.

Guest speaker for the event was a past recipient of a PHC Foundation Scholarship Award Marquel Waldron who encouraged the award winners to never give up when someone tells you, you are not good enough..

The awards presentation was also attended by PHC sponsors, Family, friends and guests as they celebrated their positive accomplishments.

The PHC Foundation was founded in 2005 and its primary objective is to assist young people at the club to pursue higher education. For more information, visit the PHC website at www.PHC.bm or their facebook page – The PHC Foundation.

2015 Awardees:

Shaquille Trott – Thomas College
Mikal Simmons – Thomas College
Jenico Sealey – Harefield Academy
Isaiah Taylor – Richmond University
De-Aun Lodge – Aston University
Tre Ming – Thomas College
Jaeda Smith – Johnson & Wales University
Marco Warren – Flagler College
Arriek Douglas - Jackson State University

 
 
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Bermy Bouncers Continue Competing in Paris

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Bermuda’s Jumpers continued competing in Paris at the 2015 World Jump Rope Competition.

Myles Smith finished T2nd in the 14 and Under Boy’s Single Rope Individual All Around with a score of 2764, Sebastian Lee was T6th with a score of 2766 and Yusef Bushara was 7th with a score of 2765.

During the 14 and Under Girls Single Rope Individual All Around with a score of 2825, Charlotte Dinsmore finished 30th, while Hasna Turner was T49th with a score of 2826.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Bermuda Gymnast Capture More Island Games Medals

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The Bermuda team continued its dominance in Ynys Mon at the 2015 Inter Island Championship, the gymnastics portion of the Island Games, winning 17 Medals in the Second Round of competition.

The team of 14 Girls and Boys took the Floor against Isle of Man, Jersey, Aland, Cayman, Gotland, Shetland Islands, and Ynys Mon in the FIG meet, performing their highest level skills on each event.

The Junior team of Anna Francoeur, Chantae Wilson, T’aja Williams, and Jezhari Talbot started the day off with Wilson winning Gold on Floor (13.5) and Bronze in the All-Around (43.95). Anna Francoeur took the Silver on Beam (12.1) and the Bronze on Bars (11.85). Talbot and Williams had solid All-Around performances, with their highest scores coming on Floor (11.15-8th and 10.0-12th, respectively).

Next up was the Senior group of Sydney Mason, Gabby Vincent, Tabytha Hofheins, Zantae Dill, Danielle Wall, and Gianna Webbe. In a competitive field of 40 Gymnasts, Bermuda took the Gold on 2 events, Mason on Floor (13.1) and Vincent on Bars (9.9). Mason earned the Silver in the All-Around (45.55) while Hofheins grabbed a Bronze on Beam (11.8). Dill was just out of the medals on Beam (10.9 - 4th), while Wall was Bermuda’s top Vaulter, earning 5th with a 12.3. Webbe, in her first major senior competition, showed a solid bar routine for 9th place (7.85).

The squad of Taj Lowery, Max Blakeney, Jaden Malpas, and Niyan Outerbridge finished off the day for Bermuda with a most impressive performance in the Junior Boys competition. Lowery and Blakeney continued their dominance, winning 4 out of the 6 Individual events and finishing 1-2 in the All-Around. Lowery won High Bar (10.35), and earned Silvers on Floor (11.5) and Pommel Horse (10.9), plus a Bronze on Rings (10.5), on his way to be crowned All-Around Champion (65.4). Blakeney was close behind, earning the Silver in the All-Around (63.54), plus the Gold on Vault (11.5), Parallel Bars (11.6) and Rings (10.7). Outerbridge had his top finish of Floor (10.9 - 6th), and Malpas Vaulted his way to a strong score of 10.3 (9th).

"I couldn’t be more proud of the efforts that Team Bermuda put forth in preparation for these Games, from the parent fundraising to the actual practice time in the gym,” Head Coach Duke Nelligan said. "We not only showed our growing confidence and skill but won the hearts of everyone at the Games. My most special moment was when our fans and gymnasts sang the Bermudian National Anthem during the Medal presentation. I wished Bermuda could have seen us, we stood tall and proud!”
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Bermy Bouncers Continue Competing in Paris

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Bermuda is among 36 Countries who continued competing in Paris at the 2015 World Jump Rope Competition.

The competition is held over a five day period, with the Bermy Bouncers continuing their good performances.

Myles Smith finished 4th during the Boy’s 13-14 Single Rope Speed 1x180 Division with a score of 754, while Sebastian Lee finished 6th with a score of 725 and Yusef Bushara finished 9th with a score of 662.

During the Girls 13-14 Single Rope Speed 1x180 Division Charlotte Dinsmore finished 21st with a score of 596, Hasna Turner finished 23rd with a score of 568.

The trio of Bushara, Smith and Lee finished 3rd taking part in the Boys 13-14 Double Dutch Speed Relay 3x40 Division with a score of 340.

 
 
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