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Sunday, November 29, 2020
The IslandStats Football Show LIVE at 6pm

Join www.islandstats.com for “The IslandStats Football Show” today at 6:00 pm.

The IslandStats Football Show which airs every Sunday, gives results of Premier and First Division matches over the weekend.

Dennis Brown of the Somerset Trojans will join the show live at 6:30, he will discuss his team's performances and how he sees the remainder of the season.

Join the conversation today at 6:00 pm for yet another episode of the Islandstats Football Show.

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33 Maceo Dill

32 Naquita Robinson
31 Denika Gibbons
31 Earl Basden
30 Garret Dill

Friday, November 27, 2020
Junior Pan American Games Update

The year 2020 was not kind to sports, but 2021 is set up to be a grand year, including the proposed first-ever staging of the Junior Pan American Games.

It is an international multi-sport event similar to the Pan Am Games, only on the junior side, created for athletes from the Americas between the ages of 18-21. Approximately 1,000 young athletes from 41 member countries of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), of which The Bahamas is a member, are expected to compete in 313 events in 27 sports.

The games are set for September 9th – 19th, in what is respected as the worldwide capital of salsa, Cali, Colombia. The opening and closing ceremonies will be held at the Pascual Guerrero Stadium.

Just this week, authorities of Panam Sports performed a site visit to sports venues in Cali following the opening of Colombia’s borders and met with the organizing committee of the games in which details about transportation, catering, volunteering, protocol, and security, among others, were presented.

Panam Sports released a statement in which they expressed their optimism and pleasure with the progress of the development of sports venues, the work that is being done, and the items in place for a successful staging of the games. According to the statement, the Cali 2021 Junior Pan American Games are on the right track, and Colombia, the Cauca Valley Department, Cali, and Panam Sports are 100 percent committed to ensuring the games is an unforgettable celebration.

The Panam Sports General Assembly will be held virtually for the first time in history this December 15th and 16th. During the assembly, Cali Valle 2021, the organizing committee of the games, will make a formal presentation on the progress achieved in the organization of the Junior Pan American Games to the delegates of the National Olympic Committee members of Panam Sports, the Pan American Confederations and special guests.
Thursday, November 26, 2020
WADA Update Testing Guidance Amid Pandemic

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has issued the latest guidance for testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, following a review.

WADA said its Strategic Testing Expert Group reviewed the initial document published in May, with input from both the World Health Organization and a group of National Anti-Doping Organizations.

It is claimed that the new guidance reflects the latest scientific knowledge on the pandemic, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs).

The document outlines how ADOs can operate their testing programmes in line with recommended heath and hygiene procedures, WADA added, to protect the health and safety of athletes and sample collection personnel.

Programmes need to be carried out in accordance to the International Standard for Testing and Investigations.

WADA director general Olivier Niggli said there had been a strong commitment from ADOs to conduct testing safely during the pandemic.

He acknowledged that testing numbers had been impacted by the health crisis, but stressed testing was not the only tool ADOs have to detect possible doping.

"WADA is pleased to provide this updated ADO guidance to continue to help maintain the integrity of the anti-doping system during the COVID-19 pandemic while ensuring the health and safety of athletes, sample collection personnel and others,” Niggli said.

"Subject to the level of restrictions in place in each country, it is crucial that the testing of athletes continues and that ADOs have the necessary information and procedures to do so in a structured and safe way.

"While COVID-19 has had an impact on testing, there has been a very strong commitment by ADOs over the past months to resume and continue to conduct testing under strengthened health and hygiene protocols.

"In October 2020, ADOs collected approximately 21,000 samples, and when compared to October 2019 this accounts for 76 per cent of the total number of samples and 84 per cent collected out-of-competition.

"In times when testing may be temporarily diminished due to restrictions imposed by Government authorities and with limited sports events being held, the anti-doping community has other tools to maintain the integrity of the anti-doping system.

"For example, the Athlete Biological Passport programme can be used to assess the longer-term profile of each athlete; intelligence that is received through whistleblower programmes such as WADA's 'Speak Up!' can lead to target-testing and/or investigations; and, sample storage enables further analysis as science advances and detection techniques are refined.

"As the global leader of the fight against doping in sport, WADA wants to ensure that ADOs worldwide use everything at their disposal to secure the integrity of sporting events as they recommence."

WADA said the latest guidance includes a detailed assessment process to determine the level of sample collection that can take place.

Steps and procedures that an ADO should put in place prior to conducting a sample collection session are outlined, as well as additional directions on how to prioritize testing and athletes, plus measures for conducting in-competition testing.

The testing of sample collection personnel for COVID-19 was included as an additional risk mitigation measure for ADOs to consider.

WADA added that it remains available to assist ADOs in supporting and monitoring their anti-doping programme implementation.

Click Here to see the updated guidance Full GUIDANCE FOR TESTING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Thursday, November 26, 2020
Bermuda Archers Compete in Indoor World Series

Nearly 3000 archers from around 80 countries registered for the Indoor Archery World Series recently.
Click Here to see Pictures of Bermuda Archers Compete Indoor World Series

This is the first time Bermuda Archers have taken part in a World Series Event. Ten archers from Bermuda took part in the 18 meters, 60 arrow shoot on a 40 cm target.

The weather was not the best for Jaydon Roberts and Trina Roberts who shot the tournament outside due to (Covid Travel Restrictions) and challenged with wind and rain.

They battled through and were able to still place well for Bermuda and have achieved Personal Best. The other five Archers were able to shoot indoors at the St. George's Community Centre and were able to achieve some Personal Best scores.

The President of the National Archery Association, Ross Roberts reflected saying, “Overall we are pleased with the results from our local archers. Some were challenged with the outdoor conditions however overall the team placed well against the other competing countries.”

Men's Recurve 780 Competitors

Camerin Pickering finished 164th score 553/600. (Personal Best)
Bernard Wade finished 215th score 542/600 (Personal Best)
Robert O’Connor finished 265th score 533/600 (Personal Best)
Jaydon Roberts finished 439th score 490 (Personal Best)
Alleyne Weeks finished 513th score 461/600 (Personal Best)

Women's Recurve 435 Competitors

Robin Selley finished 276th score 424 (Personal Best)
Trina Roberts finished 309th score 364 (Personal Best)

The series continues into December 2020 where the archers will come to the line again against the other 79 countries in the world.
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
BNA President Evans Joins Sports Show Live @ 8pm

BNA President Kimale Evans
The islandstats.com Sports Show tonight features host Earl Basden, along with co-host Jason Ford.

They will start off by discussing Sporting events going on in Bermuda.

They will also be joined by Kimale Evans the Bermuda Netball Association President.

They will get their overseas report.

Also in tonight’s discussion will be the Sports going on around the world and the effects it would have on Bermuda and more.

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