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Saturday, August 20, 2016
Countdown to 2016 Labor Day Race

Chayce Smith won hte last 5 Miler
The 2016/17 Road Race Season will get underway on Monday September 5th with the Annual Labor Day Race/Walk.

However, for the first time the race will be a 5K and not 5 Miles as previous years, the race will still start outside the Bermuda Industrial Union building on Union Square.

The 5K Race Route will take the runners Right on Victoria Street, Left on to Wesley Street, Right on Church Street.

The will then take a Left on to Par-La-Ville, Left on to Front Street down to Crow Lane Round about and back up to Front Street up to Freisenbruch Meyer turn around at Freisenbruch Meyer turn Left on Court Street, to Dundonald Street and back to Union Square.

The 2.4K Junior Race will start at Union Square, left on Victoria Street, right on to King Street, straight down to Front, turn right on Front Street to Queen Street, up Queen Street, right on Church Street, left on Cedar Ave, right on Victoria Street and left into Union Square to finish.


Juniors: (8-10) (11-12) (13-15) (16-19)

Open: 20-39; Masters: 40-49; Seniors: 50-59; Veterans: 60-69; Super Veterans: 70+

5K Run - 8:30am start Registration ends September 2nd, 2016
5K Walk - 8:00am start Registration ends September 2, 2016
Juniors 2.4K 8:00am start Registration ends September 2, 2016
Friday, August 19, 2016
Premier Expresses Immense Pride in Bermuda’s Olympians

Like thousands of residents across the Island, Premier Michael Dunkley has been following the 2016 Rio Olympics with great anticipation, cheering on all eight of Bermuda’s Olympians.

And as this year’s Summer Olympics draw to a close Premier Dunkley took the opportunity to reflect on the performance of Bermuda’s athletes saying, “Prior to the start of the Rio Games, on behalf of the Government and the people of Bermuda, I extended well wishes and support to Tre Houston, Tyrone Smith, Rebecca Heyliger, Julian Fletcher, Ceci Wollman, Cameron Pimentel, Shelly Pearson and Flora Duffy. I shared with them that they are all an inspiration and congratulated them on their achievement of making it to the Olympics.

“Over the last two weeks, I’ve managed to follow each of their performances and I’ve been so impressed and inspired by their poise and competitive spirit. I'm sure like me, the entire Island has felt an immense sense of pride as they represented Bermuda on the world stage. I can’t help but believe that each of our athletes will learn and grow from their time spent in Rio and I am very much looking forward to hearing about their experiences.

The Premier concluded, “For so many countries the 2016 Rio Olympics have been a unifying event, and it’s my hope that Bermuda will also reflect on the symbolism of these Games, the unifying power of sports and how we ourselves can build upon these sentiments of support and camaraderie.

“This weekend will be a bittersweet one, as the excitement of the 2016 Rio Olympics comes to an end. However we still have one Bermudian Olympian yet to compete as triathlete Flora Duffy takes the world stage on Saturday morning. It’s my hope that all residents tune in and show their support for Flora and her Olympic bid, and in the days and weeks ahead I hope Bermuda joins me in expressing our national pride and celebrating the amazing achievement of all of our 2016 Olympians.”
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Bermuda Athletes Make Championships Weight

The weigh-ins at the 11th Pan American Wushu Championships took place this morning with all of the Bermudian athletes making the required weight in their respective weight categories in Lubbock,Texas.

Talia Iris - (60kg) /59.2 kg/
Krista Dyer - (65kg)/63.3 kg/
Chaquita Simmons - (70kg)/67.5 kg/
Zain Philpott - (70kg) / 68.6kg/
Sentwali Woolridge - (75kg)/ 73.5kg/
Keanu Wilson -(80kg)/78.5kg/
Jermal Woolridge – (+90kg)/120kg

The first round of competition begins on Friday August 12th.

The Drawing Lots will take place this evening and the Bermuda athletes will know who they will face in the opening round.
Sunday, August 07, 2016
One Year Marks Lewis' Gold Medal Performance

To mark one-year anniversary of the largest Parapan Am Games ever, which began on August 7th, 2015, Jessica Lewis’ accomplishment made one of the five magical moments to recall.

Bermuda’s First Gold Medal

Lewis created Bermudan history by winning her country’s first ever Parapan American Games gold medal with victory in the 100m T53. After qualifying fastest from her Semi-Final, the then 22-year-old stormed to Gold in 17.67 seconds, which was a new Games Record.
Friday, August 05, 2016
Bermuda Open Olympic Games

A bit of borrowed clothes did not make a difference for Bermuda’s Tyrone Smith as he wore a big smile and a different hairdo entering 2016 Rio Olympic Games Opening Ceremony in the Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro waving the Bermuda Flag.

Smith led Bermuda’s Athletes and official’s into the stadium that was electric and packed, those not in Brazil would have never known the challenges everyone faced for this event to get off the ground including a complete lock down.

Competing for Bermuda starting Saturday is Shelley Pearson in Rowing and Julian Fletcher in Swimming.

Bermuda’s other athletes include Tre Houston and Tyrone Smith in Track & Field, Rebecca Heyliger in Swimming, Cameron Pimentel and Ceci Wollmann in Sailing and Flora Duffy in Triathlon.
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