www.islandstats.com can report that three swimmers have now been added to the list of competitors for Bermuda in the upcoming Pan American Games.
Confirming the question was Katura Horton-Perinchief the Bermuda Olympic Association Chairwoman of the Athletes' Commission.
Madelyn Moore, Jesse Washington and Elan Daley are now all part of team Bermuda heading to Peru, however we can also confirm athletes due to injuries have withdrawn from the team.
Track athletes Shaquille Dill and Jah-Nhai Perinchief as well as rower Michelle Pearson are out.
Monday, June 10, 2019
Minors Wins Battle Road Twilight Series Race
Dage Minors has competed in a few meets as he prepares for The World University Games in Napoli, Italy July 8th - 13th and the Pan Am Games July 26th - August 11th.
Minors competed in the Music City Distance Carnival in Nashville, Tennessee and placed 5th in his 800m heat in a time of 1.49.31.
He also competed in the 1500m at the Battle Road Track Club Twilight Series at Bentley University.
Minors clocked a winning Personal Best time of 3:48.03.
Sunday, June 09, 2019
You Go Girls Road Race Round Up
Action on Front Street
The 2019 edition of the You Go Girls Road Race took place along Front Street.
In the Open Division the Unicorns LFG team of Kristen Robinson, Ashley Couper and Christine Dailey clocked a winning time of 22:1, the Par La Ville Pacers team of Lucy Ching, Louise Wells and Rebecca Shepherd was second clocking 23:22 and the Beaches be crazy team of Eva Shahim, Estienne Coetzee and Giselle Yeung finished third with a time of 23:25.
In the Family Division, the Rainbow Runners team of Fiona Lines, Zoe Roberts and Camryn Lines ran to victory with a time of 27:10, the G-Force team of Helen Guishard, Nina Guishard and Jackie Grunsell finished second clocking 32:10 and the Tequila Rocking Birds team of Nina Froncioni Courtney Stokes and Adrienne Lamacraft finished third with a time of 35:04.
Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago praised for 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games bids For immediate release 4 June 2019 Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago have been praised for their strong bids for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) set to decide the host city for the event at their Board Meeting later this month.
After re-opening the Bid Process in July 2018, the Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago Commonwealth Games Associations (CGAs) submitted bids to the CGF ahead of the deadline of October 2018. The CGF Evaluation Commission attended site visits to both countries in January and February to assess both bids for the multi-sport competition.
The Evaluation Commission was chaired by CGF Head of Commonwealth Youth Games Rachel Simon and included CGF Chief Operating Officer Darren Hall, Commonwealth Games England Sport Director Don Parker and St Vincent and the Grenadines CGA Secretary General Keith Joseph.
Following the visits and a detailed review of the two bids, evaluation reports were produced for the CGF Executive Board on both CGAs.
The Executive Board will make a final decision on the host of the Commonwealth Youth Games at their Executive Board meeting on June 20th -21st in Birmingham following presentations from both CGAs. The announcement on the host city will be made by the CGF on June 21st.
CGF President Dame Louise Martin DBE: “We are delighted to have two excellent bids from Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago. The evaluation reports make clear that both bids, in their own distinct ways, would make great future Commonwealth Youth Games hosts. We look forward to both CGAs presenting to our Executive Board in Birmingham.
“Finally, I would like to thank the respective Commonwealth Games Associations, Governments, partners and stakeholders for their work conducted to date and for supporting the Commonwealth Sports Movement.”
Monday, June 03, 2019
Dill Wins NCAA Division II All-America Honors
Fifteen Saint Augustine's University student-athletes including Shaquille Dill combined to win 26 All-America honors at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships, according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Saint Augustine's University, who placed third nationally among the Men's teams, garnered 15 All-America accolades. They totaled 13 first-team All-America awards, which was second most in the Men's Division at the Championship Meet.
Dill is a member of the Men’s First Team is listed for the 800m and the 4x400m Relay.