Miranda & Williams are Sir Stanley Burgess Champions
Soon to be married couple Jose Miranda and Tamika Williams are the 2015 Sir Stanley Burgess 5K Male and Female Champions.
Miranda clocked a winning time of 17.26, with Daniel Maguire finishing second with a time of 17.52 and Jahmai Lottimore finished third clocking a time of 17.52.
Williams picked up the Female Title when she crossed the line fifth overall clocking a time of 19.29, Bonnie Mills was the second female finisher and 12th overall clocking a time of 22.08 and finishing one spot back was the third female finisher Fiona Lines who clocked 22.21.
2015 Sir Stanley Burgess 5K Top 20 Finishers
17:26 Jose Miranda 17:52 Daniel Maguire 17:54 Jahmai Lottimore 19:29 Neil Halliday 19:35 Tamika Williams 19:59 Scott Neil 20:01 Deon Heyns 20:23 Jonathan Lee 21:19 Jerome Wellman 21:25 Yannis Akil Williams 21:27 Jonathan Reiss 22:08 Anonymous Participant 22:21 Fiona Lines 22:58 Rebecca Kuruvilla 23:35 Shana Griffiths 24:15 Zina Jones 24:53 Edgar Griffith 25:12 Darnell Wynn 25:13 Shahrzad Murray 25:29 Mayberline Black
BFRS Spokesperson, Sergeant Jamal Albuoy states, “Today, April 30th, 2015, Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service (BFRS) proudly supports the “Purple Couch Initiative” in conjunction with the “Relay for Life” campaign.
Firefighters of Crew 4 at the Hamilton Station support their very own cancer survivor EMD Supervisor, Ms. Donna Hendrickson in her quest to tell her story.”
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Official 2015 Half Marathon Route
On Monday May 25th, the 2015 Appleby Half-Marathon Derby will get underway in the St. George’s, with Individual Runners leaving at 9:00am, while the Relay Runners will depart at 9:10am.
The race starts at the junction of Duke of York Street and Old Maid’s Lane, St. George’s. Runners may use the entire road from the start to the Town of St. George’s sign. From this point participants must run on the left side of the road including following the normal traffic flow at all roundabouts until Lane Hill in Hamilton. Proceed along Mullet Bay Road, Kindley Field Road, The Causeway, Blue Hole Hill, North Shore Road, Flatts Hill, and Middle Road. Turn left at Lane Hill. Proceed down Lane Hill to East Broadway, and Front Street to Queen Street. Proceed up Queen Street turning right onto Church Street to King Street. Turn left at King Street and proceed to Victoria Street. Turn left at Victoria Street and proceed to Cedar Avenue. Turn right at Cedar Avenue and proceed to Marsh Folly Road. Turn right at Marsh Folly Road and proceed to Dutton Avenue. Turn right at Dutton Avenue and follow the directions onto the field at Bernard’s Park to the Finish Line.
The Relay Changeover Points include Leg 1 - Duke of York Street and Old Maid’s Lane, St. George’s (Approx. 3.75 miles), Leg 2 - Between mile 3 & 4, Bus Stop at Bailey’s Ice Cream (Approx. 3.25 miles), Leg 3 - Between mile 7 & 8, Bus Stop at The Aquarium (Approx. 3.00 miles) and Leg 4 - Between mile 10 & 11, Bus Stop at Fort Hill Rd (Approx. 3.25 miles).
There are 10 official refreshment stations on the course. They will provide fresh water and a sports drink for all participants. Refreshments will be provided at Town Square in St. George’s before the start of the race.
Approx 2.5 miles Bus Stop at Airmail Facility on Kindley Field Road Approx 3.75 miles Bus Stop at Blue Hole Hill Approx 4.25 miles Bus Stop at Fractious Street Approx 5.25 miles Bus Stop at Francis Patton School Approx 6.50 miles Bus Stop at Shelly Bay Beach Approx 7.50 miles Bus Stop at Whitney Institute Middle School Approx 8.75 miles Bus Stop at Somersfield Academy Approx 10.75 miles Bus Stop on East Broadway Approx 11.50 miles at The Bermuda Library, Queen Street Approx 12.50 miles at Appleby, Victoria Street
Sunday, April 26, 2015
RMS 10K & 20K Round Up
Kent Richardson finished 19th in 20K
The 2015 RMS 10K & 20K Road Race saw Larry Marshall and Rose-Anna Hoey crowned the Male and Female 10K Champions, while Chayce Smith and Ashley Estwanik are the Male and Female 20K Champions.
Marshall who has made a handful of appearances for the last few years clocked a winning time of 38:36, his performance will more than likely increase the talk about the upcoming Bermuda Day Half Marathon Derby which he won back in 2007.
Corey Brunton finished second crossing the line in a time of 38:44 and Sammy DeGraff finished third with a time of 38:55.
Hoey was the 7th finisher overall with a time of 42:34, Tamika Williams was the second female finisher and 9th overall with a time of 43:33 and Martina Olcheski-Bell was the third female finisher and she was 11th overall with a time of 45:31.
Smith crossed the line after covering the 20K distance with a time of 1:10:32, Ryan Wilson was second with a time of 1:15:26, Estwanik was the third runner to cross the line at the distance with a time of 1:22:03, while Philip Mace was the third male finisher to cross the line clocking a time of 1:22:33.
Following behind Estwanik was Krista Dyer who was 11th overall, she clocked a time of 1:28:33 and Vivienne Lochhead rounded out the top three female finishers crossing the line 17th overall with a time of 1:32:14.
Several Bermuda Runners took to the Boston Marathon Course, two years after the deadly bombing. Maritz Theron was the top finisher clocking a time of 2:59:46 finishing 2,587th overall, he was the 2,443rd Male finisher and 1,813th in the 30-34 Age Group.
Jamie Fraser clocked a time of 3:03:42 finishing 3,357th, the 8,977th finisher was Kristen Palmer with a time of 3:26:38, Christopher Jones clocked a time of 3:33:14, a time that saw him finish 11,186th overall.
Justin Brenden finished 11,197th clocking a time of 3:33:16, Andrew Hunt also completed the race crossing the line in a time of 3:37:45 finishing 12,664th.
Crossing the line in a time of 3:44:31 saw Gemma Holden finish 14,780th, Benjamin Lau crossed the line in a time of 3:53:45 finishing 17,405. Jose Lopez clocked a time of 3:55:36 finishing 17,893rd and Martin Merritt clocked a time of 4:04:13 finishing 19,592nd.
Anne Kermode clocked a time of 4:10:36 on her way to finishing 20,622nd, while Darren White clocked a time of 4:22:32 finishing 22,174th, with Kevin Davies finishing 22,321st clocking a time of 4:23:47.
Liz Craig finished 23,452nd clocking a time of 4:35:54 and Jayne Stevens finished 23664th clocking a time of 4:38:28.