The Bermuda National Athletics Association released more athletes who have registered for the Area Permit Meet set to take place on Saturday July 1st.
A total of 5 athletes are to competing in the 3000m Steeplechase including Lamont Marshall who is attempting to meet the Qualifying Standard for World Championships of 8:32.
Bermuda Olympian Tre Houston and Kyle Webb will be featured in the 200m facing off against two Jamaican sprinters and Sakari Famous will take on three Americans in High Jump.
Women's - 100m Hurdles
1 Kierre Beckles BAR 12.88
2 Vanessa Clerveaux 13.7
3 Ivanique Kempe BAH 13.13
4 Bridget Owens USA 12.93
5 Sasha Wallace USA 12.81
6 Malia Cox USA 13.17
Men's - 400m
1 Peter Mathews JAM 44.66
2 Jordan Landburg USA 46.16
3 Dontavius Wright USA 45.12
4 Winston George GRN 45.24
5 Brycen Spratling USA 45.39
6 Jamari Rose JAM 46.22
7 Manteo Mitchell USA 46.85
8 Martin Manley JAM 46.09
Men's - 3000m Steeplechase
Paul Thistle USA 8:53
Kent Pecora USA 8:36
Henry Sterling USA 8:39
Donald Cowart USA 8:30
Lamont Marshall BDA 8:49
Men's - 110m Hurdles
Ronald Forbes CAY 13.36
Jeff Julmis HAI 13.33
Devon Hill LIB 13.47
Eddie Lovett USV 13.31
Spencer Adams USA 13.33
YanCarlos Martinez PUR 20.19
Oshane Bailey JAM
Ryan Shields JAM
Lalonde Gordon TTO
Wallace Spearmon USA 19.65
Tre Houston BDA 20.42
Kyle Webb BDA 20.92
Women's - High Jump
Elizabeth Evans USA 1.86
Tynitta Butts USA 1.89
Saniel Atkinson-Grier USA 1.84
Sakari Famous BDA 1.80
Monday, June 19, 2017
NACAC Age Group Championships Round Up
Bermuda NACAC Team
The Bermuda NACAC Age Group team returned home with several Medals and Trophies overall and for individual events.
Bermuda also has athletes with NACA Age Group Championships Records.
Both Za’Kayza Parsons and Selah Tuzo are 13-14 Girls Record Holders, Parsons won the Girls Shot Put, while Tuzo won the Girls 1000m Race.
Anaya West finished 3rd overall competing in the 11-12 Boys Age Group Division, West finished 2nd in High Jump with a Personal Best of 1.55m and 2nd in the 60m Dash with a time of 7.99.
Parsons finished 3rd overall in the 13 - 14 Girls Age Group, she was 3rd in the 80m stopping the clock in 10.26, she finished 1st in the Shot Put with a top toss of 9.46m and she would finish T4th in the High Jump with a top leap of 1.45m, Parsons would finish tied with 10 girls jumping the same height.
Tuzo competing in the 13-14 Girls Age Group Division finished 17th overall, Tuzo won the 1000m running to victory in a time of 3:16.80.
Sancho Smith finished the 13-14 Boys Age Group Division in 11th place overall, highlighted by a 3rd place finish in the 1200m clocking 3:32.59.
Nairobi Mills finished 15th overall in the 13-14 Boys Age Group, where he finished 2nd in the 1200m with a time of 3:31.99.
The Bermuda 4X100m Mixed 13-14 Relay Team finished 5th overall.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
NACAC Age Group Championships Day 2 Round Up
Bermuda’s young athletes went back into action competing in the 2017 edition of the NACAC Age Group Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad.
During the Heptathlon Girls 60 Meter Hurdles, Za'Kayza Parsons finished 5th during Heat 4 clocking a time of 9.95, that time saw her finish 6th overall, while Selah Tuzo finished 6th in Heat 2 clocking 12.07, her time put her 25th overall.
Competing in the Pentathlon Boys Long Jump, Anaya West finished 9th in flight 2 with a leap of 4.31m, which saw him finish 13th overall.
Sancho Smith clocked a Heat 2 winning time of 12.48 during the Heptathlon Boys 80 Meter Hurdles, which saw him finish 9th overall, while Nirobi Smith-Mills finished 7th in the same heat with a time of 15.47, which saw him finish 28th overall.
A leap of 1.45m saw Parson finish T3rd in Flight 1 of the Heptathlon Girls High Jump,, which put her T4th overall, while Tuzo finished Flight 1 in 11th leaping 1.30m, which saw her finish T23rd.
Smith-Mills and Smith recorded a leap of 1.65m on their way to finishing T3rd in Flight 2 of the Heptathlon Boys High Jump which put them both T4th overall.
Saturday, June 17, 2017
NACAC Age Group Championships Day 1 Round Up
The 2017 edition of the NACAC Age Group Championships got underway at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad.
During the Heptathlon Girls 80 Meter Dash, Za’Kayza Parsons finished second in Heat two with a time of 10.26 that put her 3rd overall, while Selah Tuzo finished 7th in Heat 4 clocking 11.13 that put her 24th overall.
Anaya West won Heat one of the Pentathlon Boys 60 Meter Dash clocking 7.99, which put him in 2nd overall.
West then finished second overall in the Boys High Jump with a top leap of 1.55m.
Competing in the Heptathlon Boys 80 Meter Dash Nirobi Smith-Mills finished 5th in Heat with a time of 10.11, that put him 20th overall, while Sancho Smith finished 7th in Heat 4 clocking 10.22 that saw him finish 22nd overall.
During the Girls Long Jump, Parsons finished 3rd in Flight 1 with a leap of 4.92m, which saw her finish 5th overall, while Tuzo finished 9th in Flight 1 with a leap of 4.41m, which put her 20th overall.
Competing in Flight 2 of the Boys Long Jump, Smith-Mills finished 9th with a top leap of 5.14m, with Smith finishing 10th leaping 5.09m, Smith-Mills finished t21st, with Smith finishing 23rd.
Parsons would win the Girls Shot Put 3kg Heptathlon with a top toss of 9.46m, with Tuzo finishing 19th with a top toss of 6.99m.
Smith finished 16th competing in the Boys Shot Put 3kg Heptathlon with a toss of 10.35m, while Smith-Mills finished 18th with a toss of 10.13m.
West finished 7th in the Boys Ball Throw 400g with a top toss of 46.07m, that placed him 10th overall.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Tyrone Smith Finishes 3rd in Finland
Tyrone Smith Thinking of Next Move
Tyrone Smith has finished third competing in the Paavo Nurmi Games in Finland in rainy conditions.
Smith competing in the Men’s Long Jump recorded a top leap of 7.69m.
Smith recorded a leap of 7.38m on his first attempt, before leaping 7.69m on his second attempt.
Smith then recorded back to back fouls on his third and fourth attempts, before getting a measured leap of 7.54m on his fifth attempt, Smith then closed out with a leap of 7.55 on his sixth and final attempt.
Smith said following the event, “The fouls weren't necessarily the problem today. The conditions were tough definitely. One of the fouls was a solid jump but it took everything to put that together. With the rain and cold it was really hard to feel my foot on takeoff.”
Smith concluded, “Of course it sucks to foul and I certainly could have won it but it was just difficult to deal with those conditions. When your leg and foot are numb it's kind of maybe you get lucky.”