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Monday, July 22, 2019
Bermuda Athletes set for NACAC Age Championships

Nayan Grant will Represent Bermdua
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Bermuda National Athletics Association President Donna Raynor has written that Bermuda will be sending a team to the NACAC Age Under 13 (11&12) & Under 15 (13&14) Championships which will be held in El Salvador Friday July 26th & Saturday July 27th.

This competition is similar to a Pentathlon and Decathlon with the athletes gaining points for each event and the athlete with the most points winning the event.

The athletes in the Under 13 Age Group Girls compete in 60m, High Jump, Ball Throw, Long Jump and 800m. The Under 13 Boys compete in 60m, High Jump, Ball Throw, Long Jump and 1000m.

The Under 15 Age Group Girls compete in 80m, Long Jump, Shot Put, 60m Hurdles, Ball Throw, 1000m. The Under 15 Boys compete in 80m, Long Jump, Shot Put, 80m hurdles, Ball throw, 1200m.

We have been having competition for several athletes in this Age Group for the past several months accumulating points and the athletes that completed the series with the most points were selected for the team. For all of these athletes they have been training very hard in all events but specifically with the Hurdles as this will be their first International competition in the event.

Raynor specified, “We are confident that these athletes will be competitive in this event. Bermuda has placed well over the past several years and have had persons like Jordan Bascome, Zekiah Lewis, Anaya West, Za'Kayza Parsons who placed in the top 3 in their Age Group.”

This event is used in the region to identify athletes who could end up competing in the multi-events or to figure out what is an athletes best event to begin preparation for Carifta and of course on to the Olympics.

The Team traveling to El Salvador leaving Bermuda July 25th returning July 28th.

Under 13 Girls

Ellise Dickinson
Kemauri Darrell

Under 15 Girls

L'aura Golding
Katherine Bean Rosario

Under 13 Boys

Daylen Scott
Nayan Grant

Under 15 Boys

Chance Eve
Malachi Henry

Traveling with the team Allison Outerbridge, Jerome Richards, Elroy Egard
Sunday, July 21, 2019
Pacers Continue Competing in Eastcoast Invitational

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Member of the Bermuda Pacers Track Club continued marking the club’s 38th appearance at the 2019 Russell E. Blunt Eastcoast Invitational Track Meet by making podium appearances on Day Three.

Zakhya Scott won the 8 & Under Division Girls 200 Meter Dash Bronze Medal with a time of 33.51, while LaShee Jones won the Silver Medal during the 9-10 Division Girls 200 Meter Dash with a time of 29.73.

Scott won her second Bronze Medal this time it came during the 8 & Under Division Girls 400 Meter Dash clocking 1:22.65, while Sanaa Rae Morris won the Bronze Medal during the 15-16 Division Girls 400 Meter Dash with a time of 59.30.

During the 8 & Under Division Girls 800 Meters, Riana Robinson won the Gold Medal with time of 3:03.61, while Ellise Dickinson won the 11-12 Division Girls 800 Meter Silver Medal when she was clocked in a time of 2:36.60 and Jaeda Grant captured the Bronze Medal with a time of 2:37.62.

Jezhari Talbot won the 15-16 Division Girls 800 Meters Gold Medal with a time of 2:29.69.

Sancho Smith won the 15-16 Division Boys 800 Meter Bronze Medal clocking 2:03.43, while Johndell Cumberbatch won the 17-18 Division Men 800 Meter Gold Medal with a time of 1:59.24.

The Bronze Medal during the 9-10 Division Girls 800 Meters went to Azari Jones who stopped the clock in a time of 2:53.66.

Sancho Smith won the 15-16 Division Boys High Jump Gold Medal with a top leap of 1.80m, Shaniyah Smith-Daniels won the Bronze Medal during the 9-10 Division Girls Long Jump with a top leap of 3.60m and the 9-10 Division Girls 4x400 Meter Relay won the Silver Medal with a time of 5:04.45.

 
 
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Pacers Continue Competing in Eastcoast Invitational

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Member of the Bermuda Pacers Track Club continued marking the club’s 38th appearance at the 2019 Russell E. Blunt Eastcoast Invitational Track Meet by making podium appearances on Day Two.

Jezhari Talbot won the 15-16 Girls 1500 Meter Gold Medal clocking a time 5:28.26, while Sancho Smith won the 15-16 Boys 1500 Meter when he stopped the clock in a time of 4:27.91, with Kahzi Sealey won the Bronze Medal clocking 4:30.48.

The 11-12 Division Girls 1500 Meter Silver Medal went to Jaeda Grant who stopped the clock in a time of 5:36.39, while J`auza James won the 13-14 Division Boys 1500 Meter Silver Medal when he was clocked in 4:45.97.

Johndell Cumberbatch won the 17-18 Division Men’s 1500 Meter Gold Medal clocking a time of 4:12.57, with the Silver Medal going to Ryan Outerbridge who clocked 4:25.44.

Amaris Munya won the 9-10 Girls 1500 Meter Bronze Medal with a time of 6:03.78, while James won the 13-14 Boys High Jump Bronze Medal with a top leap 1.60m and with a leap of 5.14m Denver Tucker captured the 13-14 Boys Long Jump Silver Medal.
Friday, July 19, 2019
Pacers Win Medals On Day One of Eastcoast Invitational
Member of the Bermuda Pacers Track Club marked the club’s 38th appearance at the 2019 Russell E. Blunt Eastcoast Invitational Track Meet by making podium appearances on the Opening Day.

The 11-12 Division Girls 3000 Meter Gold Medal went to Jaeda Grant who stopped the clock in a time of 12:26.06.

Johndell Cumberbatch won the 17-18 Division Men’s 3000 Meter Gold Medal clocking a time of 9:36.86, with the Silver Medal going to Ryan Outerbridge who clocked 9:48.50.

Kahzi Sealey captured the Gold Medal competing in the 15-16 Division Boys 3000 Meter race with a time of 10:07.33.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Bermuda Pacers to Compete in Eastcoast Invitational

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This weekend the Bermuda Pacers Track Club will continue to promote their Track Club overseas, at the 2019 Russell E. Blunt Eastcoast Invitational Track Meet. It will mark the club’s 38th appearance at this prestigious meet.

Twenty-five members of the club will compete at Durham Memorial Stadium, in North Caroline. This meet attracts over 1000 athletes from the United State, Canada and the Caribbean.

Leading this year’s team will be Carifta and distance runners Johndell Cumberbatch, Ryan Outerbridge, and sprinter Mikal Dill.

All the Boys will compete in the 17-18 Boy’s Division. Cumberbatch will compete in the 800m, 1500 and 3000 meters. Outerbridge will compete in the 1500 and 3000 meters while Dill will compete in the 100 meter and Long Jump.

In the 15-16 Girls and Boy’s Division, you will have four other Carifta athletes. Sanaa Rae Morris, Jezhari Talbot, Sancho Smith, Kahzi Sealey and High and Long Jump specialist Miniya Wainwright making up this very strong team. Sealey will compete in 1500m and 30000 meters, Smith will compete in the 400, 800 1500 and High Jump. Morris will compete in the 200 and 400 meters, while Talbot will compete in the 400 meter, 800 meters and 1500 meters.

In the 13-14 Boys and Girl’s Division, the club will be represented by J’auza James, Denver Tucker and Breynia Darrell. The Boys will represent the club in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 800 meters, 1500 meters, High Jump, Long Jump respectively. While first timer Breynia Darrell will compete in the 13-14 Girls Shot Put and Discus events.

In the 11-12 Boys and Girls Age Group, the club will have Daylen Scott, Arima Turner, Ellise Dickinson, Jaeda Grant and J’Naz Richards. All five of these young athletes have won medals at this event before. Scott will compete in the 100, 200 and Long Jump. Dickinson will compete in the 400, 800, and High Jump, Grant will compete in the 800, 1500 and 3000 meters. Turner and Richards will compete in the 100, 200 and Long Jump.

In the 9 and 10 Boys Division, the club will have Kruz Iris compete in the 100, 200 and Long Jump. In the 9-10 Girl’s Division, the club will have a LaShee Jones, Shaniyah Smith- Daniels, Day’asha Dill and Pria Wilson compete in the 100, 200 and Long Jump. While middle distance runners Azari Jones and Amaris Munya will compete in the 400, 800 and 1500 meters respectively. This same group of young girls will also compete in the 4 X 400 meter Relay.

The youngest members of the team are Zakhyn Scott and Riana Robinson, both will compete in the 8 & Under Girl’s Division. Scott will compete in the 100, 200 and 400 meters, while Robinson will compete in the 400 and 800 meters respectively.

Nine (9) members of the club will be making their first appearance at the Russell E. Blunt East Coast Invitational Track. In total, the athletes will compete in 67 individual events and one 4 X 400 meter Relay events.
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