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Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Bermuda Finish 8th at CUT Games

The 16th Biannual Caribbean Union of Teachers Track and Field Championship concluded on the AO Shirley Recreation Grounds with Jamaica retaining their title in dramatic fashion.

After two days and 61 events, both Jamaica and Barbados had a total of 498 points and it all came down to the final race, the 4 x 100m Under 15 Boys relay, which was won by the defending champs in a time of 43.35 seconds. Barbados came home second in 43.71.

Overall, Jamaica won 25 Golds, 9 Silver and 11 Bronze to finish with 45 in total, whilst the Barbadians actually won 55, but less Gold. St Kitts were a distant third with 317 points while Antigua and Barbuda (299) and hosts British Virgin Islands (266) rounded out the top five finishers. The other participating countries were Anguilla (235), The Bahamas (157), Bermuda (114), Nevis (108), Grenada (83), St Lucia (64) and Cayman Islands (16).
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Nature Valley 5K Road Race Round Up

Ryan Outerbridge finished 3rd
Thomas Hands and Josefine Meyer-Ranke are the inaugural Nature Valley 5k Road Race Male and Female Champions.

Formerly the Healthy Choice 5k, this race started and finished at Butterfield & Vallis, Orange Valley in Devonshire.

Hands covered the course in a time of 18:40, sixteen year old Robert Edwards was second in 19:01 and thirteen year old Iziah Tucker was third in 19:07.

Meyer-Ranke was 5th overall stopping the clock in a time of 19:44, Gayle Lindsay was the second female finisher and 11th overall with a time of 21:17 and Melissa Logie was next to cross the line clocking 21:21.

Natue Valley 5K Results

18:40 Christopher Hands-Jackson

19:01 Robert Edwards
19:08 Iziah Tucker
19:41 Cameron De Ste Croix
19:44 Josefine Meyer-Ranke
20:09 William Wood
20:30 Jeremy Armstrong
20:36 Barrie King
20:52 Allan Fox
21:11 Kyle Smith
21:17 Gayle Lindsay
21:21 Melissa Logie
21:34 Trevor Lindsay
21:48 Kent Richardson
21:48 Karen Smith
22:11 Kanaz Tuzo
22:10 Alicia Hancock
22:14 Andrew Davis
22:17 Jordan Johnson
22:21 Shay Brown
22:21 David Gazzard
22:25 Rebecca Shepherd
22:30 Peter Tobin
22:35 Sharlene Sousa
22:51 Scott Neil
22:50 Noah Fields
22:57 Timothy Patterson
23:00 Whitney Iuliano
23:09 Matthew Bacon
23:33 Cal Steede
23:30 Mike Gutteridge
23:39 Meghan Diel
24:01 Andrea Luber
24:06 Sharon Hammond
24:06 Christopher Jones
24:13 Richard Howells
24:21 Makai Joell
24:39 Sergio Edness
24:39 Keith Robinson
25:14 Benjamin Crayford
25:28 Wayne Dill
25:37 Rebecca Kuruvilla
26:03 Christopher Myles
26:17 Jahmai Lottimore
26:23 Lea Osborne
26:29 Giuseppe Guglielmucci
26:30 Jennifer Wilson
26:39 Phil Martin
27:10 Allie Riker
27:10 Rene Notter
27:21 Zina Jones
27:26 David Stewart
27:37 Susie Lacey
27:52 Larissa French
28:03 Zola French
27:57 Paul Gilmour
28:14 Darnell Wynn
28:34 Dodi Mason
28:38 Malcolm Clarke
28:42 Terri Durrant
28::41 Peter Logie
28:49 Liana Medeiros
28:57 Karl Brown
29:01 Jennifer Ackah
29:18 Michelle Berkeley
29:15 Dee-AH Iris
29:24 Dereck Robinson
29:29 D. Barbara J. Smith
29:41 Jennifer Gazzard
30:25 Joanne Medeiros
30:45 Graham Smith
31:04 Dashun Cooper
31:24 Josh Ball
31:44 Dana Lightbourne
31:57 Suzana Ming
31:58 Tony Riker
32:16 Andresa Tucker
32:43 Edwina Arorash
33:16 Sue Gilmour
33:24 Natalie Dyrli
33:25 Lynn Norman
34:40 Nicky Stovell
35:23 Jessica Goldsmith
35:26 Matthew Goldsmith
35:51 Karen Perinchief
36:11 Carlita O'Brien
36:36 Christina Richardson
37:27 Emma Osborne
37:27 Abbie Barker
37:37 Kandra Dears
38:26 Zylah Bean
38:30 Hannah Jones
38:26 Reggie Young
38:32 Greg Mcbride
38:34 Deana McBride
43:41 Kemda Bean
44:03 Donna Mae Arorash

Tuesday, July 05, 2016
Countdown to Inaugural Nature Valley 5K
This Sunday, July 10th, is the inaugural Nature Valley 5k Road Race.

Formerly the Healthy Choice 5k, this race starts and finishes at Butterfield & Vallis, Orange Valley in Devonshire.

Walkers will set off at 8.15am and runners will start at 8.30am.

Entry forms are available at the SportSeller and at Butterfield & Vallis in Devonshire or participants can enter online at www.racedayworld.com.

Entry forms can also be downloaded on www.bv.bm This event is organized by the Mid Atlantic Athletic Club, sanctioned by the Bermuda National Athletics Association and timing is supplied by Bermuda Timing Systems.
Friday, June 17, 2016
Smith & Pilgrim to Compete in Washington State

Tyler Smith
Tyler Smith and Nick Pilgrim will compete this weekend in Monroe, Washington State in US Triathlon Association’s Elite Series Triathlons.

The USAT Junior and Youth Elite Series are the premier triathlon race series for athletes 13 to 19 year olds in the United States. Consisting of four national-caliber competitions each spring and summer, the series prepares athletes for draft-legal competition and qualification to US teams competing at international championships. Each event has two competition categories – a Youth Elite Cup and a Junior Elite Cup – in which athletes are grouped by age and gender. Courses are designed to mimic Olympic style racing, with multiple laps and high speed transitions, making races exciting to watch.

Both Smith and Pilgrim are no strangers to this race series having already competed in various series events over the years. Smith will race junior whilst Pilgrim will be in the youth category. Both of them have shown in previous races that they can compete at this level and both have strong chances of finishing in the top ten or better.

Both Pilgrim and Smith compete on Saturday 18th June, with Pilgrim’s race at 12.30pm Bermuda Time and Smith’s race at 3pm Bermuda Time.
Friday, June 17, 2016
IAAF to keep Suspension of Russian Athletics

Russia's suspension from the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) will remain in place after a failure to meet criteria required by the body's Task Force.

A rule change has been passed potentially allowing athletes "not tainted by the system" to compete as independent athletes, but it has been emphasized that only those based outside Russia in recent years would be eligible.

Only a "handful" would be expected to participate.

Passing doping tests is no guarantee of being clean, Task Force chair Rune Andersen said, due to the deep-rooted problems within the Russian system which have still not been addressed.

In a damning report today, delivered to the IAAF ruling Council, it was found that "several important verification criteria have not yet been fully satisfied".

"The deep-seated culture of tolerance (or worse) for doping that got the All-Russia Athletic Federation [ARAF, but referred to as RusAF in the report] suspended in the first place appears not to have changed materially to date.

"The head coach of the Russian athletics team and many of the athletes on the team appear unwilling to acknowledge the nature and extent of the doping problem in Russian athletes; and certain athletes and coaches appear willing to ignore the doping rules.

"...Efforts to test athletes in Russia have continued to encounter serious obstacles and difficulties."

The report, which also took advice from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), predicted that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) remains 18 to 24 months away from being deemed compliant.

In the meantime, no Russian athletes or officials will be able to participate in the sport, with the country's Council member Mikhail Butov also required to stand-down.

This all comes after the ARAF was suspended by the IAAF in November following the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) report of systemic and state-sponsored doping within the athletics team.

Forty-four specific criteria were then drawn up by the Task Force.

All but two members of the 27-strong Council were present for today's meeting, with 24 participating in the discussions on Russia due to Butov's absence to avoid a conflict of interest.

No vote was made due to a unanimous decision that the suspension should remain in place.

Concerns were raised by serveral members, insidethegames understands, including Ukrainian vice-president Sergey Bubka, but all ultimately voted in favour.

“I think our decision sends a very very powerful message," said IAAF President Sebastian Coe.

"There was an unanimous decision that Russian athletes could not return 'without undermining the confidence of competitors and public."
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