As we continue the countdown to the CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon which will take place September 28th & 29th in Tobago will see Bermuda represented by 20 athletes.
www.islandstats.com daily will bring you bios of the Bermuda team members, today we bring you Brian Desmond, Tommy Marshall and Enshe-Nico Davis.
Brian Desmond – 13-15 Boys Triathlon and Aquathlon
Desmond is a Bermuda National Team swimmer who has recently been introduced to Triathlon and Aquathlon. He has representing Bermuda in swimming at CARFITA and CISC/CCCAN for the last 3 years and this year won 2 Silver medals at CARIFTA in Jamaica, and 3 Gold and 2 Silver medals at CCCAN in Aruba. Desmond has also competed in the Irish Summer Nationals, winning 4 Gold and 1 Silver medal in July this year. While swimming has been his main focus, Desmond has also represented his school in track and cross-country running and has competed in the Front Street Mile twice. Desmond is thrilled to represent Bermuda in the CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon and is very much looking forward to the competition.
Tommy Marshall – 13-15 Boys Triathlon and Aquathlon
Marshall is an accomplished runner, cyclist and triathlete. He is the 2018 Bermuda National Track and Field U17 3000m champion and Bermuda Junior Heritage Day Champion. He was the Cross Country Series Under 14 male champion in 2017 and 2016. He is the cycling time trial and road race champion in his age group. Marshall won the 2018 Tokio Millennium Re Duathlon, 2017 Tokio Millennium Re Triathlon, 2017 Bank of Bermuda Foundation Triathlon and 2017 Digicel Bermuda Trifest/ITU Continental Cup Triathlon. He came second in the 2018 Clarien Iron Kids Triathlon and third in 2017 XL Catlin Triathlon. In July, Marshall earned second place in the UK South Coast Super Sprint triathlon.
Enshe-Nico Davis 13-15 Boys Triathlon and Aquathlon
Davis is 14 years old and attends the Berkeley Institute. He has been involved with the sport of triathlon since he was 10 years old. He has only competed in local events in Bermuda so this will be his first international event. He has learned a lot about the sport and himself through training. He is a member of TriHedz Junior Triathlon club and Harbour Swim Club, and most recently competed in the Bermuda Open Water Swim Championships. Davis enjoys the swim, bike, run combination of triathlon and is very much looking forward to representing Bermuda in Tobago.