The Bermuda Olympic Association announced the selection of Team Bermuda for the upcoming Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games, to be held in San Salvador and the Dominican Republic, from June 23rd - July 9th, 2023.
Each athlete and team have successfully met the established qualifying standards for their respective sport, a tribute to their commitment and dedication in preparation for the Games. Bermuda has a very strong team heading to San Salvador and the Dominican Republic with representation from 11 different sports.
Jon Beard, the Chef de Mission for the CAC Games remarked, “I’m honored to be the Chef de Mission for the 2023 CAC Games in El Salvador. These Games are for the athletes and it’s always a privilege to watch Bermuda compete in regional international competitions. The facilities for many sports are brand new or have been recently renovated. The people of San Salvador have been welcoming and very friendly with pre-game preparations. Cities normally have four years to prepare for CAC, however, Panama withdrew as the host city two years ago, and San Salvador stepped up to host and will do an excellent job!”
The BOA’s Standard Committee chair, Katura Horton-Perinchief commented, “Perhaps the most satisfying part of the extensive job the Standard Committee has, is the ability to select qualified athletes to represent the country in multi-sport events. The BOA is sending an unprecedented number of athletes who will not only participate at the CAC Games but should be quite competitive. The team consists of athletes who offer a mix of experience levels. We will see Bermuda represented in Archery, Beach Volleyball and Golf for the first time, which speaks even louder to the depth of talent on the island and the commitment to excellence our athletes and national sports governing bodies uphold. We know Team Bermuda will do the island proud at the Games.”
Archery: Camerin Pickering
Athletics: Dage Minors, Jah-Nhai Perinchief, Caitlyn Bobb
Beach Volleyball: Women’s Duo – Megan Calhoun, Lisa LeBlanc
Bowling: Dennis Joell, Damien Matthews, David Maycock, Carl Reid, Lamar Richardson, Dayvon Tucker
Boxing: Adrian Roach
Cycling: Kaden Hopkins, Conor White, Gabriella Arnold, Caitlin Conyers
Field Hockey: Women’s Team
Golf Jarryd Dillas
Rugby: Men’s Team
Swimming: Brandon Adkins, Jack Harvey, Finn Moseley, Benedict Parfit, Emma Harvey, Madelyn Moore
Triathlon: Nicholas Pilgrim