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bildeTyler Butterfield, Flora Duffy and Tyler Smith retained their Athlete of the Year titles as triathlon enjoyed another successful night at the 35th annual Sports Awards at The Fairmont Southampton.

Butterfield was crowned Male Athlete of the Year and Duffy Female Athlete of the Year after outstanding performances overseas in 2015, while a third triathlete, Smith, won his second straight Junior Male Athlete of the Year award. Sailor Cecilia Wollmann won a first Junior Female Athlete of the Year award after an outstanding year on the water.

READ ENTIRE STORY HERE: www.royalgazette.com

Shining stars: Junior Athletes of the Year Tyler Smith and Cecilia Wollmann (Photograph by Akil Simmons)


BeachVolleyballThe Bermuda Volleyball Association will welcome the news that Beach Volleyball will make its debut on the Commonwealth Games programme at Gold Coast 2018, it has been announced.

The historic move will increase the number of sports being contested at the Games from 17 to 18 for the first time, making use of what have been described as some of the best beaches in the world at the Australian venue.
An agreement was struck between the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), the Queensland Government, the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) to pave the way for Beach Volleyball’s inclusion.

Read more: Beach Volleyball Included in 2018 Commonwealth Games


FloraDuffyThe world’s best mountain bikers including Bermuda’s Flora Duffy competed in Kayamandi in the Western Cape province of South Africa for the annual MTO songo.info Champions Race.

Ariane Kleinhans had to fight hard for her victory, Triathlete Duffy was second followed by Specialized’s Annika Langvad. Duffy showed some amazing skills to challenge the full time mountain bikers.


Read more: http://www.islandstats.com/sport.asp?sport=58&photoeventid=0&assoc=1&newsid=35819

Photo of  Shelley Pearson Shelley Pearson flies to Chile tomorrow for her one and only shot at qualifying for the Olympic Games in August.

Pearson, who is hoping to become the first Bermuda rower to compete at the Games since Jim Butterfield in Munich in 1972, will compete at the Latin American Continental Qualification Regatta in less than two weeks’ time.

A top-six finish in Valparaiso, Chile, would secure Pearson a spot in Rio, although she is not looking much past the end of the month.

As well as trying to reach the Games, Pearson is coming to the end of her master’s degree in child development and education at Oxford University.

“The most I’ve been able to look beyond the regatta are the two weeks following, during which I have four final assignments due and two exams,” Pearson said.
Read more: Pearson puts Rio drive into top gear


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