Jashae Allen-Lamontagne, Kentaro Bean, Kent Bean, Milahn Powell, Andrea Mckey, Andre Joseph, Dominique Brown, Amarriah Vaughans, Kianna Aguair-Vaughans, Callahj Simons represented the Bermuda Karate Organization in the John Chung’s World Cup Martial Arts Championships.
Lamontgne was crowned her Form Division Grand Champion, while Kent Bean was his Form Division Grand Champion, while Milahn Powell would be crowned her Division Weapons Grand Champion.
Lamontgne would win her Division Form, Weapons and Sparring, Kentaro Bean would win all three in his Division, Kent Bean would win the Form and Weapons Divisions, Joseph would win his Division’s Form and Weapons.
Powell would win her Division’s Weapons Class.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Leseur Finishes 5th in Vail Valley Moguls
John Leseur began competed at the 2019 COMP Vail Valley Moguls on the Cookshack Course in Colorado.
Competing in the Men’s Moguls Freestyle on Day One Leseur would compete against 75 other Men in the Division.
Leseur a Bermuda Winter Olympic hopeful would finish 1st in his Age Group Class and 5th overall with a score of 81.28. William Feneley won the event with a score of 84.02, Landon Wendler was second recording a score of 83.93 and So Matsuda was third with a score of 83.18.
Friday, January 18, 2019
Leseur To Compete in COMP Vail Moguls Event
John Leseur will compete in the 2019 COMP Vail on the Cookshack Course.
Leseur will compete in the Open Moguls and the Dual Moguls, Leseur will run in the 40th position in the Open Event and then he will be drawn to see who he would face off against in the Duals.
In his last event Leseur competed at the 2019 COMP Steamboat Springs Ski Town USA Moguls in Steamboat, Colorado.
Competing in the Men’s Moguls Leseur would finish 20th with a score of 70.28 and then competing in the Men’s Duals Moguls Leseur would advance to the Third Round.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
All Girls Student Athlete Academy Training Camp
Bermuda Brazilian Football School and Bermuda Sports Management Group announced their first annual All Girls Student Athlete Academy Training Camp.
Calvin Blankendal CEO of Bermuda Sports Management Group said, “This development camp will offer coaching in the sports of: Field Hockey, Football and we are looking to add Basketball to the week long program.”
The 5 day camp will provide female athletes with an on island affordable opportunity to showcase their potential to a group of highly qualified and experienced coaches. Student athletes will have realistic opportunities to receive overseas training, trials and academic bursaries.
“The camp will feature coaches from the USA and Canada who are staff coaches at boarding schools, colleges and external based academies. Thus far, the incoming coaches have networks in Canada, USA and England and are eager to recruit players for their academic institutions. During the past 8 months we have secured and or aided in 8 student athletes receiving international bursaries, 2 international semi-pro contracts and 1 youth academy club contract in the USA, Canada and Holland,” continued Blankendal.
The camp will be held from February 11th to the 15th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm for the ages 9-13 and from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon for ages 14+.
Blankendal concluded, “We wish to encourage each school/club and/or parents to register their outstanding athletes. The All Girls Student Athlete Camp will focus on talent identification, player development, academics, life-skills and international opportunities. This is an affordable/realistic on island opportunity for a large pool of players to improve and share the wealth of training philosophies/opportunities. Camp registration will open on Friday, January 18th, via www.bermudasmg.com.”
The ATIS will be managed by Bermuda Sports Management Group and facilitated by Bermuda Brazilian Football School. Thank you in advance for your support and all queries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
CP Athletic & RELO Connect Team Up
CP Athletic Development has teamed up with RELO Connect Limited to help offer help to families looking for help when deciding to relocate to the UK for Sports.
The RELO Connect Limited is a team of educators, social care experts and coaching professionals that understand the life-changing experience of relocating to another country to study, work and/or train.
RELO Connect Limited offer a range of services to support students and families with their move, and we understand the challenges and anxieties that come along with that process.
RELO Connect Limited CEO/Managing Director Chavon Clarke-Joell said, “Our work started with a specialization in the UK but we now support relocation to the US, Canada and Caribbean as well. “
RELO Connect Limited assistance with the following:
Accommodation Employment Healthcare Immigration Education Arrival services Budget, benefits and transcript reviews Bank account opening National insurance or social security UK passports NHS Professional relocation coaching
Clarke-Joell continued, “We are pleased to work with Peter and Felicia Rickards of CP Athletic Development, offering sports-focused relocation. Whether it is to study a sports-related programme or to try out for a sports team, we work closely to prepare, advocate and provide support throughout the entire experience.”
“Our partnership with EDcellerate means top guidance on educational opportunities for athletes and the leadership coaching is paramount in developing a professional that will best represent Bermuda,” continued Clarke-Joell.
The RELO Connect Team understands that clients have different needs, so we tailor our services and support to each client’s interests and requirements.
For more information view the RELO Connect Limited website at www.thereloconnect.com.