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Friday, December 13, 2019
Butterfield Front Street Mile Trials Round Up
The Butterfield Front Street Mile Trials 2019 took place at the National Sports Center, with four different categories.

Tom Hyland won the Primary School race when he was clocked at 5:40.6, Harris Fleming was second in 5:56.3 and Cameron Adkins finished third stopping the clock in a time of 5:56.8.

The Middle School race was won by Harlan Watson-Brown who stopped the clocking in 5:20.2, Eoghan Homan was second in 5:24.6 and Khari Sharrieff finished third with a time of 5:35.3.

Tommy Marshall ran to victory in the Senior School race with a time of 4:51.8, Nicholas Pilgrim was second in 4:55.5 and Ryan Outerbridge finished third clocking 5:06.6.

The Adults race was won by Alex Pilgrim who stopped the clock in a time of 5:02.8, Tom Mills was second in 5:03.9 and Kwame Curling finished third in 5:14.7.

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Sunday, December 08, 2019
Estwanik & Lindsay are BAC 5K Jingle Bell Champions

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Christopher Estwanik and Gayle Lindsay are the 2019 BAC 5K Jingle Bell Run Male and Female Champions.

Estwanik clocked a winning time of 16:20, with Sammy Degraff crossing the line in second place with a time of 16:38 and Tom Mills finished third clocking 17:54.

Lindsay was the 19th runner to cross the line clocking a time of 20:03, the second female finisher was Deon Breary who was the 22nd runner to cross the line with a time of 20:20 and the third female finisher and 32nd overall was Laura Graham who had a time of 21:13.

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Saturday, December 07, 2019
Pacers AAU Cross- Country Championship Round Up

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Bermuda Pacers Athletes would take to the course to compete at the 2019 AAU Cross- Country Championship.

In the Girl’s Division, Jezhari Talbot competed in the 15-18 Girls 5K race, she would finish 46th clocking a time of 22:31.9. Jaeda Grant finished 98th in the 11-12 Girls 3K race when she was clocked in a time of 13:23.6.

Azari Jones crossed the line in a time of 13:34.6, while competing in the 9-10 Girls 3K race

In the Boy’s Division, in the 11-12 Boys 3k race, Jace Donawa finished 64th with a time of 12:03.9, while Amir Outerbridge finished 201st stopping the clock in a time of 14:11.3.

Tobiah Goodchild finished 112th competing in the 9-10 Boys 3k race when he was clocked across the line in a time of 13:55.9. Competing in the 13-14 Boy’s 4K race, Jauza James finished 53rd with a time of 14:39.3, while Jaylen Grant finished 145th clocking 16:07.1.

In the 15-18 Boys 5K race, Kahzi Sealey finished 15th clocking a time of 17:23.5, while Ryan Outerbridge finished 23rd in a time of 17:32.75.
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
Pacers Athletes Heading to AAU Championships

Sealey & Outerbridge to Lead the Pacers
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Bermuda Pacers Athletes will make their second appearance at the 2019 AAU Cross- Country Championship.

This weekend 10 young long to middle distance runners from the Bermuda Pacers Track Club will compete at the prestigious 2019 AAU National Cross-Country Championships.

The event will be held this Saturday, December 7th at Victor Ashe Park in Knoxville, Tennessee. This event attracts over 1,200 athletes from across the United States.

Leading the team will be long-distance runner Ryan Outerbridge, who will compete in the 17-18 Boys 5K race, other members of the team are Kahzi Sealey who will compete in the 15-16 Boys 5 K event. At last year’s event Sealey place 6th overall.

In the 13-14 Boy’s Division, Jaelyn Grant and J’auza James will compete in the Boy’s 4K race. Jace Donawa and Amir Outerbridge will compete in the 11-12 Boys 3K race.

During last year’s event, Jace Donawa placed 15th overall. Tobiah Goodchild will be the lone pacer athlete in the 9-10 Boys 2K race.

In the Girl’s Division, the club will have Jezhari Talbot compete in the 15-16 Girls 5K race. Jaeda Grant will compete in the 11-12 Girls 3K race and the youngest member of the team is Azari Jones who will compete in the 9-10 Girls 2K event.

The team will be accompanied to the event by Pacers’ distance coaches, Jerome Richards, Jay Donawa, Gina Evans, team manager Dr. Freddie Evans and a number of parents.

Coach Cal Simons also gave credit to club coach Dr. Evans who was instrumental in making this event happen and the parents for supporting the club and the athletes.
Monday, December 02, 2019
BNAA Cross Country Series Champions

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At the conclusion of the Bermuda National Athletics Cross Country National Championships, the Series Winners were announced.

Claiming the Under 10 Girls title was Kelise Wade, Jaeda Grant was declared the Under 12 Girls winner. The Under 14 Girls winner was Carina Bortoli, while claiming the Under 17 Girls title was Jezhari Talbot.

Jessie Marshall is the Under 20 Girls Series winner, while Gayle Lindsay claimed the Open Women’s Division, Kemda Bean is the Masters Women’s Division winner, while the Senior Master Women’s Series winner was Victoria Fiddick and the Women’s 60+ winner was Edwina Arorash.

Chavi Pacheco-Hill is the Under 10 Boys Series champion, why Luca Bortoli is the Under 12 Boys winner. The Under 14 title was claimed by Eoghan Homan, with Kahzi Sealy winning the Under 17 Division.

The Under 20 Division title went to Ryan Outerbridge, with Sean Trott winning the Open Division, while in the Masters Division with Neville Grant took the honors, the Senior Masters Division winner was Sean Kelly and there was a Tie for the Men’s 60+ Division with Jay Kempe and Dennis Vickers sharing the title.
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