The MAAC Dash at Dusk took place at the National Sports Center with some 121 runners taking to the course.
The Girls 8-9 Age Group winner was Antoinette Barry who was clocked at 4:50.4, Zyari Lawrence finished in second place with a time of 4:55.1 and Jaylen Lewis finished third stopping the clock in a time of 4:56.9.
Chavi Pacheco Hill won the Boys 8-9 Age Group clocking 4:26.5, Theo Griffiths was second in 4:34.9 and Skyler Peixoto finished third with a time of 4:40.1.
Girls 4-5 Age Group
1 Poppy Parry 1:39.3 2 Jordyn Lewis 1:53.2 3 Daniella MacNeil 1:55.8 4 Sydney O'Sullivan 1:57.8 5 Charlotte Henderson 2:02.5 6 Ra'Mya Robinson 2:06.1 7 Sophia Davidge 2:08.6 8 Isabel Holden 2:08.8 9 Charleigh Logie 2:08.8 10 Callie Clammer 2:11.7 11 Amelie Carter 2:18.6 12 Charlie Collins 2:20.9 13 Aela Fraser 2:24.3 14 Lydia Pearman 2:24.3 15 Maya Durrant 2:28.1 16 Ryan Millett 2:28.2 17 Sydney Peixoto 2:30.8 18 Arianna. Parra 2:31.7 19 Juliet Llewellyn-Jones 2:37.3 20 Arohi Veera 2:41.1 21 Sophie Spencer 2:45.6 22 Louisa West 2:46.6 23 Emma Wright 2:58.3
Boys 4-5 Age Group
1 Jahkari Samuels 1:34.8 2 Hugo Adams 1:43.8 3 Zoryon Ray 1:45.9 4 Harlo Robinson 1:46.3 5 Carter Davis 1:49.6 6 Adrian Myers 1:50.6 7 Maxwell Williams 1:51.2 8 Khaleef Daley 1:51.7 9 Austin Holden 1:57.4 10 Jairus Smith 1:58.4 11 Cameron Shailer 1:58.6 12 Isaiah Furbert 1:58.8 13 Owen McEntarfer 2:00.6 14 Israel Katambo 2:04.9 15 Samuel Bernardino 2:05.5 16 Eli Angeli 2:07.5 17 Charles Mitchell 2:08.3 18 Riley Millett 2:08.5 19 Luke Thompson 2:09.1 20 Roman Jagoda 2:12.4 21 Henry Brown 2:15.1 22 Nick Luber 2:18.1 23 Thomas Troughton 2:19.2 24 Matthew Hoey 2:19.4 25 Callum MacNeil 2:23.4 26 Jack Vevers 2:28.9 27 Isaac Metschnabel 2:32.1 28 Zander Pittendrigh 2:49.7 29 Tommy Leitch 2:57.6
IOC Announce June 23rd to Inaugurate Olympic House
On June 23rd 2019, the IOC will inaugurate the Olympic House, the new headquarters of the IOC. This day marks as well the 125th Anniversary of the founding of the IOC.
The Olympic House is meant to be home to all members of the Olympic Movement and NOC Presidents have all been invited to represent the NOC community at the opening.
The IOC will be delighted to welcome NOC delegations to the Olympic House in the months and years to come and our team will keep managing your visit requests as usual.
In the meantime, thanks to the Olympic Channel team who is producing the Opening Ceremony of the House, we are glad to inform you of the possibility to follow the event from all over the world.
Should you wish to share these moments with your teams and fans in the country, you will find the relevant links that allow your technical teams to integrate the video stream as a window into your website.
On top of the inauguration we are happily sharing with you as well the Television Award Ceremony of the Olympic Golden Rings for Olympic Winter Games Pyeong Chang 2018 and the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018, as well as the announcement ceremony for the decision on the Host City for the Olympic Winter Games 2026.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up
The Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey League season resumed at the PCC Hockey Rink, with a double-header. One game was a blowout, while the other was decided by one goal as a total of 18 goals were scored.
Gloucester Rangers 0 Strathroy Rockets 9
In the opener the Strathroy Rockets defeated the Gloucester Rangers 9 – 0. The Strathroy Rockets would get 4 goals in the First Period, they would score the same amount of goals in the Second Period, but they only scored once in the Third and Final period.
Brandon Willett would lead the way with 4 goals, while Matthew Ingelman added a hat-trick, Jeffrey Ingelman and Adam Mattatall both scored a goal each.
London Knights 5 Windsor Spitfires 4
The London Knights came from behind scoring two goals in the Final Period to edge the Windsor Spitfires 5 – 4.
The Windsor Spitfires led 3 – 1 at the end of the First Period this after getting two goals off the stick of Mathieu Desjardins, while Jacob Notermann added the other, Bill Calko scored the lone goal for the London Knights.
The London Knights would outscore the Windsor Spitfires 2 – 1 in the Second Period to make the score 4 – 3, Calko and Kyle Hankins scored a goal each for the London Knights, while Notermann scored for the Windsor Spitfires.
In the Final Period the London Knights got two goals from David Provost to complete the comeback.
Friday, June 14, 2019
BOA Confirm Changes to Pan Am Games Team
www.islandstats.com can report that three swimmers have now been added to the list of competitors for Bermuda in the upcoming Pan American Games.
Confirming the question was Katura Horton-Perinchief the Bermuda Olympic Association Chairwoman of the Athletes' Commission.
Madelyn Moore, Jesse Washington and Elan Daley are now all part of team Bermuda heading to Peru, however we can also confirm athletes due to injuries have withdrawn from the team.
Track athletes Shaquille Dill and Jah-Nhai Perinchief as well as rower Michelle Pearson are out.
Monday, June 10, 2019
Minors Wins Battle Road Twilight Series Race
Dage Minors has competed in a few meets as he prepares for The World University Games in Napoli, Italy July 8th - 13th and the Pan Am Games July 26th - August 11th.
Minors competed in the Music City Distance Carnival in Nashville, Tennessee and placed 5th in his 800m heat in a time of 1.49.31.
He also competed in the 1500m at the Battle Road Track Club Twilight Series at Bentley University.
Minors clocked a winning Personal Best time of 3:48.03.