National Archery Association Indoor League Underway
The Bermuda National Archery Indoor season got underway, with the distance shoot is 18 m on a 40 cm target. At this distance, competitors can shoot either indoor or outdoor depending on the weather.
The Yeoman and Bowman Class shot at 9 m on a 60 cm target. Jaydon Roberts in preparation for his upcoming International tournament in Gainesville, Florida shot at 60 m, the remainder along with two Bowman were on 18 m and 40 cm targets.
Yeoman Compound Girls: 9 m (60 cm target)
Naseesha Talbot - 301/600 Dalia Makhlouf - 250/600
Bowman Compound Boys: 9 m (40 cm target)
Zack Makhlouf - 226/600
Bowman Recurve Girls: 18 m (40 cm target)
Robin Selley - 343/600
Cadet Recurve Males: 60 m (80 cm target)
Jaydon Roberts - 526/720
Senior Recurve Males: 18 m (40 cm target)
Bernard Wade III - 509/600 Robert O'Connor - 489/600 Tony Grant - 451/600
Masters Recurve Females: 18 m (40 cm target)
Trina Roberts - 485/600
Masters Recurve Males: 18 m (40 cm target)
Alleyne Weeks - 475/600
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Coaches Talk Next Matches-Season Start & Expectations
Kwame Steede - Dandy Town Hornets
Maceo Dill spent time speaking with five coaches in the Bermuda Football Association’s Premier and First Divisions.
Dill caught up with First Division coaches Aaron Lugo from St. David’s and Sergio Goater from Hamilton Parish.
He also spoke with Premier Division coaches, Winston Trott from the PHC Zebras, Kwame Steede from the Dandy Town Hornets, and Danvers Seymour Jr. from the Somerset Trojans.
The discussions centered around their next matches, their start to the season, and the expectations for the season.
Friday, October 23, 2020
James & Aliu Compete in the Battle Of The Blades
Vanessa James returned to the ice along with Akim Aliu to compete in the Battle Of The Blades.
The BATTLE OF THE BLADES combines athletes from two of Canada’s favorite sports — figure skating and hockey — James and Aliu paired up in a live, high-stakes figure skating competition for the charity of their choice.
James and Aliu were competing on behalf of The Time To Dream Foundation during the event, they finished with a score of 15.9.