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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
BNAA Cross Country Series Standings

Johndell Cumberbatch
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The Bermuda National Athletic Association’s 2018 Cross Country season came to an end with the running of the National Championships.

Today www.islandstats.com brings you the Cross Country Series overall Standings.

Jaeda Grant was crowned the Under 12 Girls Champion with 43 points, while Jace Donawa won the Under 12 Boys title with 32 points.

Jessie Marshall won the Under 17 Girls title with 27 points, with Ryan Outerbridge scoring 45 points to win the Under 17 Boys crown.

Omari Hart won the Men’s Masters title with 34 points and Deanna Didyk won the Women’s Masters title with 36 points.

Click Here to see the Full 2018 Bermuda National Athletic Association’s 2018 Cross Country Series Standings


Sunday, December 09, 2018
BAC 5K Jingle Bell Road Race Round Up

Chris Estwanik
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Chris Estwanik made a winning return to the Road Running scene as he stormed to victory in the BAC 5K Jingle Bell race, while Martina Olcheski-Bell was crowned the Ladies champion.

Estwanik was clocked across the line in a time of 15:56, Sammy Degraff finished second 1:09 back clocking 17:05 and Johndell Cumberbatch finished third with a time of 17:13.

Olcheski-Bell crossed the line 19th overall with a time of 20:19, Suzanne Socki was the second female finisher and 29th overall with a time of 21:28 and Lucy Ching was the third female finisher and 30th overall with a time of 21:32.

BAC 5K Jingle Bell Road Race Top 20 Finishers

15:56 Christopher Estwanik

17:05 Sammy Degraff
17:13 Johndell Cumberbatch
17:14 Seamus Fearon
17:16 Tim Price
17:20 Ryan Outerbridge
17:53 Kahzi Sealey
18:01 Teddy Shum
18:11 Iziah Tucker
18:27 Neil De Ste Croix
18:35 Philip Mace
18:42 Jonas Muir Wood
19:27 Neil Lupsic
19:45 Kanaz Tuzo
19:48 James Roberts
19:49 Will Green
20:16 Barrie King
20:18 Rupert Cuddon-Large
20:19 Martina Olcheski-Bell
20:26 Charlie Withers-Clarke

Click Here to see the Full 2018 Bermuda BAC 5K Jingle Bell Road Race Results
Saturday, December 08, 2018
BNAA National Cross Country Championships

Rose-Anna Hoey in Action
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The Bermuda National Athletics Association hosted their National Cross Country Championships at the Clearwater Beach for the first time.

Dage Minors was crowned the Men’s 20 – 39 Age Group National Champion after he was clocked across the line in a 5 Mile time of 30:49.33, Johndell Cumberbatch was crowned the 17 – 19 Men’s National Champion after he recorded a 3 Mile time of 18:51.96 and Ryan Outerbridge was crowned the 14 – 16 Men’s Age Group National Champion after he clocked a 3 Mile time of 18:53.56.

Rose-Anna Hoey was crowned the 20 – 39 Women’s Age Group National Champion after she covered the 3 Mile distance in a time of 21:47.69, Jessie Marshall won the 14 – 16 Women’s Age Group title when she clocked a 3 Mile time of 22:51.23 and Karen Smith clocked a 50 – 59 Women’s Age Group National Championship time of 22:43.17.

Click Here to see the Full 2018 Bermuda National Athletics Association National Cross Country Championships Results

Tuesday, December 04, 2018
Jay Donawa 5K 2018 Road Race Announced

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The Jay Donawa 5K Fun Road Race is set for Sunday, December 16th, with Junior Runners to begin at 8.00am, while Walkers and Adult Runners to begin at 8.30am.

A spokesperson said, “It’s that time of the year, with the second annual Jay Donawa 5K Fun Road Race.

“The entry fee for 16-years-old and under is $5 and 17-years-old and older is $20.00. Number and t-shirt collection for the first 100 and late registration is $25.00 will be held on Saturday, December 15th in the parking lot of St. James Church from 9.00am to 12.00pm.”

“Entry forms can be dropped off at Sportseller before Friday, December 14th at 4.00pm or register online.

“Adults and Walkers will start outside of Boaz Island Gas Station along Middle Road to Prison Officers Club, u-turn then left onto Craddock Road and then back to Malabar Field via Kitchener Road.

“Children will start outside of Boaz Island Gas Station along Middle Road right onto Craddock Road and then back to Malabar Field via Kitchener Road.

“Parking will be at Malabar Field across from Boaz Island Gas Station. All proceeds go toward the 2019 Sandys Parish Council’s Educational Scholarships.

“We are looking for volunteers to assist with marshaling and helping at the water stop; if interested, or with any questions, please contact Race Director Kemda Bean at s_p_c@mail.com.”

Youngsters Ryan Outerbridge and Tilly Norman wee the inaugural Jay Donawa 5K Road Race Male and Female Champions.
Monday, December 03, 2018
Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Announced

Chris Estwanik the Defending Champion
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Fairmont Southampton, Goslings, and the Mid Atlantic Athletic Club (MAAC) announced that the Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Road Race will return for the fourth consecutive year, with the main draw prize offering round-trip JetBlue tickets and a four-night stay for two at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Arizona, USA.

The race will be held on Sunday, January 13, 2019, taking runners on a 7.2 mile course between Goslings Headquarters on Dundonald Street, Hamilton, and Fairmont Southampton’s private beach and tennis club.

The event is widely considered a great final warm-up for the Bermuda Marathon Weekend, which is scheduled for the following weekend.

The Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Race also includes a competitive walking category, a 3-member team relay, and a Junior 3K race.

“Events like this support our local community, help generate animation and excitement for our destination with the international market and are a key component to our brand marketing efforts for Goslings Rum. Plus, a little Rum at the finish line is a great way to end a road race.” said Andrew Holmes, from Goslings Export.

The continued partnership between Goslings and Fairmont Southampton, two leading companies in Bermuda, ensures that there will be a great running event to kick off the Bermuda racing year.

Fairmont Southampton has been a major sponsor in racing since 1978 starting with what began as the Princess to Princess Race, MAAC’s first organized event. It was then named Fairmont to Fairmont Race.

“We are thrilled to again continue our partnership with Goslings for this 4th Annual popular road race event in Bermuda which is among many we do together to support the community and bring guests to the island.” said Shelley Meszoly, Regional Director of Sales and Marketing, Fairmont Southampton. “We look forward to continuing this tradition with Goslings for many years to come.”

The Butterfield Cup for the top female participant and the Peter Lever Cup for the top male participant are ready to be won. Both cups are in honor of two of the founding members of MAAC.

The main draw prize is a four-night stay for two at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Arizona, USA with round-trip JetBlue tickets. There will be prizes for the top male and female finishers of the Junior 3K in the following age brackets: 8-10; 11-12; and 13-15.

The Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Relay Race will award prizes for the top finishers in the male, female, and mixed categories. The adult Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Race has prizes for the top male and female finishers in the following categories: 16-39 [open]; 40-49; 50-59; 60 69; and 70 & over. The top three male and top three female walkers will win prizes, as well as the first tourists, and the winning Fairmont and Goslings employees.

The Goslings to Fairmont Southampton Road Race is organized by MAAC and sanctioned by the Bermuda National Athletics Association. This year the event will benefit The Continental Society charity, celebrating the charity’s 57th anniversary year in 2019.

In aid of this good cause, the race brings together two of Bermuda’s largest employers and Bermudian residents. A special logo for the race was created by Kelley & Company & Etc., to symbolize this balance of business and leisure, showing the distinctive Goslings seal in pink color, balancing both a barrel of rum and a running shoe.

Register by December 15th and receive 15% discount at Goslings Headquarters (Must show registration confirmation). All other registration for the race ends on Friday, January 11th, 2019 with a special wine & spirits social tasting event being held for late entries that day from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Goslings Wine Cellar in Hamilton. For more information or to register for the race, please visit www.racedayworld.com.
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