Armstrong Competes in Garden State Track Championships
Terrance Armstrong competed in the Garden State Track Clubís Outdoor Club Championships.
Taking to the track for the 800 meters, Armstrong finished second clocking a time of 2:12.75.
Following the race, Armstrong posted on social media, ďI was right where I wanted to be at 100 meters in and then at 500 meters in, but my left calf wouldnít cooperate.
Had to ease it in the last 300 meters.
Track after 50 is like walking on a knife edge. You push your body as far as it can go without injury.
It's way more physical than mental and way less about feeling too tired to continue. Thereís always another race around the corner.Ē
Saturday, June 25, 2022
Bermuda Trio Win Events at BAAA Championships
Bermuda athletes were back in action competing in the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) National Track and Field Championships 2022 on Day Two at the Thomas Robinson National Stadium.
Caitlyn Bobb won the Under 20-year-old Girls 100 Meter Dash stopping the clock with a time of 11.70. Bobb would finish 5th competing in the Womenís 200 Meter Dash Open clocking a time of 23.92.
Tiara DeRosa won the Womenís Discus Throw Open with a top toss of 47.58m or 156 feet 1 inch, which came on her third attempt.
JahNhai Perinchief won the Menís Triple Jump Open with a top leap of 16.66m or 54 feet 8 inches, which came on his first attempt.
Stephan Dill competed in the Menís 200 Meter Dash Open Preliminaries finishing 4th in Heat 3 which saw him finish 10th overall.
Friday, June 24, 2022
Bermuda Trio Begin BAAA Championships
Sakari Famous Won the High Jump
Three Bermuda athletes competed in the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) National Track and Field Championships 2022 on the opening day at the Thomas Robinson National Stadium.
Sakari Famous has won the Womenís Open High Jump with a top leap of 1.80m.
Caitlyn Bobb has advanced to the Girls 100 Meter Dash Under 20-year-old Final with the second-fastest time of 11.86 after finishing second in Heat 2.
Stephan Dill finished 7th in Heat One of the Menís 100 Meter Dash Open clocking a time of 11:03 finishing 20th overall.
Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Minors Wins Battle Road 800m Race
Dage Minors competed in the Battle Road Track Club Track Meet winning the Menís 800 meters.
At the Meet hosted at the Bentley University in Massachusetts. Minors won Heat 1 clocking a time of 1:51.60, his time neat out a total field of 27 competitors.
Minors said, ďThe weather wasnít great at Bentley, it was cold and windy. Iím grateful to get the win after a hard/good week of training.
I am halfway thru this year and Iíve learned a lot about myself and other people. The biggest takeaway for sure is to always back yourself, the other one is the journey is better with people around.
Iíve had to dig deep, we all have. I have got some great people around that push me, hold me accountable, and most importantly never give up on me.Ē
Monday, June 20, 2022
Bermuda's NACAC Outdoor Track & Field Rankings
The NACAC Outdoor Rankings up to June 6th sees a number of Bermuda Track and Field athletes ranked.
Jah-Nhai Perinchief is ranked 5th in the Menís Triple Jump with a top leap of 16.95m.
Dage Minors is ranked 16th in the Menís 1500 meters with a time of 3:45.46, and he is also ranked 19th in the Menís 5000 meters, with a time of 14:31.22.
In the Menís 800 meters, Nirobi Smith Mills is ranked 30th after a time of 1:50.75.
Sakari Famous is ranked 10th in the Womenís High Jump with a top leap of 1.84m which is also the National Record.
Caitlyn Bobb is ranked 23rd in the Womenís 400 meters after clocking a time of 52.32.
The Bermuda Under 20 Womenís 4◊100 meter Relay Team of Bobb, Keturah Bulford-Trott, Sanaa Rae Morris and Zakayza Parsons set a new Womenís Under 20 Nationals Record as they are ranked 14th with a time of 46.13.
The Bermuda Under 20 Womenís 4◊400 meter Relay Team of Morris, Bulford-Trott, Shayla Cann, and Bobb are ranked 13th with a time of 3:48.69 which is the Under 20 Womenís National Record.
The Bermuda Under 18 Womenís 4◊400 meter Relay Team of Madisyn Bobb, SíNya Cumbermatch, Jaeda Grant, and Elise Dickinson are ranked 205th with a time of 4:03.23.
Tiara DeRosa is ranked 24th in the Womenís Discus Throw with a top toss of 46.72 meters.