The Bermuda National Athletics Associationís Cross Country Season continued with a race at Astwood Park.
Omari Hart won the Menís Masters race crossing the line in a time of 16:20, while Wenworth Tucker finishing second with a time of 21:21 and Twilton Hardtman finished third clocking a time of 22:09.
Dengie Fisher crossed the line in a time of 23:34 on her way to winning the Womenís Masters race, with Audrey Darrell finishing second clocking 24:50 and Leonie Dill finished third with a time of 27:26.
Jayden Ming ran to victory in the Under 14 Boyís Division clocking 10:18, while Iziah Tucker finished second recording a time of 10:44 and Sajan Harvey finished third clocking 11:03.
The Under 14 Girls race was won by Mikaela Outerbridge with a time of 12:15, Kayla Raymond finished second crossing the line in a time of 13:52 and Maya Sanders finished third clocking 14:12.
Kim McIvor won the Womenís Open race crossing the line in a time of 22:05, while Rachel Outerbridge finished second clocking 23:20.
In the Boys Under 10 race, Jayson Simons crossed the line first with a time of 12:34, with Jah`Nie Williams-Smith finishing second recording a time of 13:09 and Seer Carey finished third with a time of 13:22.
Asia-liegh Hollis crossed the line first in the Under 10 Girls race clocking a time of 14:02, Ramiah Brangman finished second with a time of 14:12 and Myeisha Sharrieff finished third clocking 14:16.
After four rounds of the Bermuda National Athletics Associationís 2014 Cross Country Season, we now take a look at the leaders in each Division.
Rachel Outerbridge leads the Womenís Open Division with 20 points, with Kim McIvor in second with 16 points. Chefton Hall is the current leader of the Menís Open Division with 22 points, Chayce Smith is in second with 20 points.
The Menís Master Division leader is Jay Donowa with 30 points, while Omari Hart is in second with 20 points. Dengie Fisher leads the Womenís Master Division with 22 points, while Deon Breary is in second with 20 points.
David Darrell leads the Boys Under 17 Division with 30 points, with Aaron Jacobs in second with 16 points. Messiah Greaves leads the Girls Under 17 Division with 26 points and Quaashie Douglas is in second with 20 points.
Jayden Ming leads the Boys Under 14 Division with 40 points, with Ryan Outerbridge second with 32 points, while Jessie Marshall leads the Girls Under 14 Division with 36 points, with Kayla Raymond in second with 32 points.
Seamus Fearon, Laura Cerge, Maritz Theron and Rachel McGinnis were all crowned Champions during the Hannover Re/BNAA 10K and Half Marathon Road Race that started and finished near the Botanical Gardens.
Theron crossed the Half Marathon finish line in a time of 1:26:46, with McGinnis finishing second clocking a time of 1.27.50. Trevor Lindsay finished third and was the second Male finisher with a time of 1.28.46, while Jon Smith rounded out the top three Male finishers with a time of 1:34.35. The second Female finisher was Vivienne Lochhead recorded a time of 1.37.10 crossing the line seventh overall, with Sharlene Sousa finishing six spots back clocking 1.43.40.
Fearon, won the 10K, crossing the line in 36.00, ahead of Neil Lupsic who clocked 38.33 and Ronae Burgess who recorded a time of 40.02. Cerge finished 6th overall, clocked a time of 41.43, with Sharon Craig finishing as the second Female finisher crossed the line 13th overall with a time of 47.35 and Sioned Evans finished 17th overall and the third Female finisher clocking 51.01.