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Sunday, January 20, 2019
Leseur Wins Age Group in Vail Valley Moguls

John Leseur concluded competed at the 2019 COMP Vail Valley Moguls on the Cookshack Course in Colorado.

Competing in the Men’s Freestyle Moguls on Day Two Leseur would once again win his Age Group Class and 4th overall with a score of 80.37.

So Matsuda won the event with a score of 89.66, Landon Wendler was second recording a score of 85.46 and William Feneley was third with a score of 83.68.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Bermuda's English Footballers Round Up

Jonte Smith came off the bench and Scored

Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates slipped to their first home defeat in five matches on a disappointing afternoon at Loftus Road.

To their credit, it was both a professional and clinical display from visitors Preston North End, who ended their own run of six games without a win with this 4-1 success.

Former Exeter City man and January capture Jayden Stockley – leading goalscorer in the top four divisions of English football in 2018 – gave Preston North End a 1-0 half-time lead.

Further goals from Jordan Storey in the 68th minute, Alan Browne in the 82nd minute and Brad Potts in the 87th minute rubberstamped victory for Alex Neil’s side.

Matt Smith provided a consolation effort and no more than that for QPR in the 84th minute.


Reggie Lambe was once again not in the Cambridge United team that twice fought from behind and overcame a penalty miss before lifting the roof off at the Abbey Stadium in stoppage time to take the spoils 3-2 against Northampton Town.

Jevani Brown and George Taft both pulled Cambridge United level to cancel out goals from Aaron Pierre and Junior Morais, before David Amoo clinched the three points at the end of a Cambridge United onslaught in the 95th minute, making it three consecutive wins in Sky Bet League Two.


Jonte Smith came off the bench to help Lewes defeat Wingate & Finchley 4 – 2.

Ahmet Rifat gave Wingate & Finchley in the 11th minute, an own goal in the 58th minute doubled the lead for Wingate & Finchley, but Lewes would begin their fightback in the 60th minute as Frankie Chappell found the back of the net.

Smith would enter the game in the 64th minute as he replaced Olumide Oluwatimilehin, three minutes later it was 2 – 2 when Smith converted from the penalty spot.

Callum Overton would get Lewes the lead when he found the back of the net in the 82nd minute, Overton would score again in the 90th minute to earn Lewes all three points.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Wells Gives His Thoughts on Spygate

QPR striker Nahki Wells has given his thoughts on the ‘spygate’ saga by saying he can see why Derby have taken issue with it.

Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa admitted sending a member of his staff to watch the Rams train ahead of their Championship clash last week – before admitting that he’s done the same with every opponent that he’s faced this term.

It’s a debate that has got the whole football world talking, and the 28-year-old admits that he finds the moral ground surrounding the issue tricky to navigate.

Speaking to Football.London, Wells said: “I can see from his (Marcelo Bielsa’s) point of view he’s trying to use every beneficial way to gain an advantage on his opposition but from Derby’s point of view it’s unsportsmanlike. I don’t know what’s right or wrong but I guess it’s just not good to see in football.

“But if he’s not broken any laws then how can you call it wrong?”

Wells added: “It’s the first time I’ve heard of that happening.

“Obviously you hear in football nowadays that people try and gain any advantage they can from social media going into a game – just to help your team and to know about injuries or niggles and stuff like that, but that’s what people do to gain that sort of information going into the game.

“But I haven’t heard of anyone doing that so it is a bit new for me.”

Of course, QPR would have a right to be aggrieved by the revelations coming from Elland Road having faced Leeds twice already this term.

But after losing 2-1 in the Championship in December, the Hoops did get their own back with an FA Cup victory at Loftus Road in January – something which Wells admits made claims about spying irrelevant.

He said: “They got the win over us a few weeks prior to us at their ground which was a bit disappointing but we got a bit of revenge in the FA Cup.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Junior Pan American Games 2021

To All National Sports Governing Bodies - Junior Pan American Games 2021 are now a reality

Leaders of the Pan American Sports Organization (Panam Sports) began the New Year with comprehensive discussions about the priorities and plans of the organization and one of those priorities was The Junior Pan American Games 2021.

The potential host cities are being reviewed and we will announce which city has been chosen to organize this great celebration of the youth in the Americas during the next Executive Committee in Costa Rica,” President Ilic said.

In addition to these Junior Games, Panam Sports is analyzing the possibility of realizing the Beach Pan American Games, an event the leadership will continue to research. However, the first Panam Sports Gala has already been confirmed to celebrate the achievements from the Pan Am Games.

“We already have the location where we will host this great party for our Pan American family. It will be in Ft. Lauderdale, right here in the United States. We want this event to be where we honor our most decorated athletes from the Pan American Games,” the Panam Sports President concluded.

The future of the Pan American Games and new sporting events, the Athlete Recommendations provided by the Panam Sports Athlete Forum and the continued development of Americas’ athletes and National Olympic Committees were a few of the important themes discussed in the workshop.
Monday, January 14, 2019
Donawa Taken by Columbus Crew in MLS Draft

Justin Donawa was selected 66th overall in the 2019 Major League Soccer SuperDraft by the Columbus Crew.

Columbus Crew SC decided to add depth to its midfield and used its third-round pick to select Justin Donawa from Dartmouth University.

22-year-old Donawa played in 52 matches in four seasons for Dartmouth, scoring 10 goals. In 2018, he scored twice in just six games. During his college career, he collected a number of accolades, including a first team All-Ivy League Selection in 2017 and All-Ivy League Honorable Mentions in 2015 and 2016.

Donawa, who was also a Track and Field athlete during his college time, specializing in Triple Jump, in which he won the Ivy League Championship in 2018, is a member of the Bermuda National Team, for which he has played in 10 matches since 2015. He scored two goals for his home country, both in a 5-0 victory over Bahamas during the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification, back in 2015.

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