Members of the Bermuda Youth Commonwealth Games team have seen action on the Final Day of competition in the Bahamas, with Bermuda picking up 2 Medals on the day.
Sakari Famous competed in the Women’s High Jump, with National Coach Devon Bean stating, “Famous performed like the true competitor she is, she’s a gamer. Famous always seems to rise to the occasion when all the marbles are on the line.”
Bean went on to say, “It's been an up and down season for Sakari due to injury and sickness. Her coach, National Jumps coach Rohan Simons gave her the game plan and she executed the plan like the champion performer,”
Famous had a clear sheet up until 1.76 which she cleared on her second attempt. Two of her attempts at 1.79m were close as she just clipped the bar with the back of her calfs. This marks the end of the season for Famous as she rose to the forefront and ended her season on a well deserved Bronze Medal.
Members of the Bermuda Youth Commonwealth Games team have seen action on the Final Day of competition in the Bahamas.
Matthew Oliviera won his second Medal of the Games this time winning the Boy’s Cycling Road Race Bronze Medal.
Oliviera was clocked in a time of 1:32:29, while Kaden Hopkins finished 1 lap down in 26th having suffered severe cramps on the final lap.
Alyssa Rowse finished the Women’s Road Race in 4th place, she crossed the line in a time of 1:57.15, which was the same time for the first 7 ladies, however she was adjudged 4th across the line.