Grant Rivers continues dreaming of one day competing in the Olympics in Track and Field.
The one time Decathlon athlete has now decided that he will attempt to complete his goal in the Javelin.
Rivers, last year set the Bermuda Pole Vault Record when he was competing for North Carolina State, is now just waiting for the COVID-19 ban to be over to get back into training for the 2020/21 Olympics in Tokyo.
Rivers believes he can complete the task as he concentrates on just the one discipline.
Following an injury it was decided that Rivers should direct his attention to the Javelin as it was something he was naturally talented at.
Last year in June Rivers competed in the Bermuda the National Track and Field Championships winning the Javelin with a toss of 51.51m of 169 feet.