Following the recently concluded Bermuda Open Karate Championships that was covered by www.islandstats.com and the Sensei Root’s Shiai in February, the Bermuda Karate Organization have released the top rated for 2018 after accumulating at least 12 points.
“The Lepercq Memorial on August 19th and the Skippy Kick on November 4th will complete the standings of points, with three or more top scorers being sponsored to an overseas event.”
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Marshall Breaks Seven Year Old Record
Lamont Marshall has broken a 7 year old Bermuda National Record while competing in the Mt. Sac Relays in California.
Competing in the Men’s 10,000m Invite Marshall finished 35th overall clocking a time of 30:08.21.
Marshall’s time took 12 seconds off his own Record Time of 30:20.54 he set back on April 28th 2011 in Philadelphia.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Leseur Brothers Conclude Skiing Championships
Matthew and John Leseur concluded competing in the 2018 FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Sweden.
The pair took part in the Moguls Duels.
Matthew Leseur went out in the Round of 32 to finish 18th, while John Leseur went out in the Round of 64 finishing 36th.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Bermuda Runners Compete in Boston Marathon
Jamie Fraser in Boston
The day that Desiree Linden became the first American to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years, Bermuda runners were also part of the field.
Five athletes flying the Bermuda Flag on their registration form braved the Brutal conditions, a nasty head wind and a chilly rain.
Jamie Fraser was the first of the group to cross the line he finished 2,333rd overall, this after clocking a time of 3:03:36, while Giselle Yeung finished 6,276th clocking 3:23:55.
Allison Schindel clocked a time of 3:30:29 finishing 8,098th, while Tracey Sutherland finished 12,198th clocking 3:45:32 and Whitney Iuliano finished 21,453rd overall clocking a time of 4:40:24.
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Outerbridge & Lindsay Win Eye Institute Classic
Outerbridge - Picture Curtsey of Bermuda Timing
The 15th Annual Eye Institute Classic Road Race took place in the East End, with runners taking a route around Cut Road in St. George’s.
Youngster Ryan Outerbridge and Gayle Lindsay are the Male and Female champions.
Outerbridge fresh from his performance at the 2018 Carifta Games crossed the line in a time of 18.07, with Bermuda Winter Olympian Tucker Murphy finishing second in 18.21 and Teddy Shum was third in 18.36.
Lindsay continues to dominate the local Ladies scene clocking a winning time of 19.08 finishing 5th overall, while Martina Olcheski-Bell was the second female finisher and 14th overall with a time of 21.08, with Leana Coetsee the third female finisher and 15th overall clocking 21.45.