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Melanie Fulleraton, President of Bermuda Hockey Federation, Stanley Douglas Secretary General of Bermuda Olympic Association, Alberto 'Coco' Budeisky President of the Pan American Hockey Federation & President Judy Simons of Bermuda Olympic Association.


Hamilton, Bermuda─ 03 July 2017:

The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) today announced that two elite Bermudian winter sports athletes have received Olympic Scholarships through the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Solidarity programme in support of their bids to compete at the XXIII Winter Olympiad in Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea in February 2018. Tucker Murphy (Cross Country Skiing) and Matthew Leseur (Freestyle Skiing) will each receive a monthly grant to support them as they train for the Games, as well as additional funding to cover their transportation costs for participation in Olympic qualification competitions. Olympic Solidarity is the IOC commission responsible for administering and managing the National Olympic Committees’ (NOC) share of the broadcast rights from the Olympic Games. It redistributes these funds through programmes according to the needs and priorities of the NOCs and their Continental Associations. Programmes are divided into four areas: Athletes; Coaches; NOC Management; and Promotion of the Olympic Values. Athletes’ programmes are structured to enable the NOCs to provide technical and financial assistance to athletes at all levels who are preparing for international competitions. BOA President, Judy Simons, said, “To perform at the elite level requires an athlete to commit himself or herself to almost full-time training and coaching, which requires a substantial financial commitment. The BOA is pleased to be able to assist Tucker and Matthew as they train and compete to earn the right to represent Bermuda on the world stage at the Pyeongchang Winter Games.”
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Hamilton, Bermuda
30 JUNE 2017: The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) today officially announced the names of the athletes that will represent Bermuda at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau, Bahamas.
Competing for Bermuda will be:

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Deneo Brangman in Athletics
Kaden Hopkins in Cycling
Matthew Oliviera in Cycling
Alyssa Rowse in Cycling
Madelyn Moore in Swimming
Jesse Washington in Swimming
Corrie Cross in Rugby
Cerise Woodley in Rugby
Haley Place in Rugby
X-Onna Stevens in Rugby
Bella Greene in Rugby
Keonte White in Rugby
Emily Sinclair in Rugby
Inshan-Nae Smith in Rugby
Nya Heyliger in Rugby
Israel Bennett in Rugby
Kadaisha Fox in Rugby
Hanna Beek in Rugby
Diamond Jordan-DeSilva in Rugby
Liatalia Odume in Rugby

The athletes will be accompanied by their coaches, managers and led by Chef de Mission, Mia Black, along with BOA officials. The Nassau Games will be the sixth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games. Young athletes (aged 18 and under) from 70 Commonwealth nations and UK overseas territories will compete in nine sports. The Games will run from 19 to 23 July 2017.
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The Bermuda Olympic Association marked international Olympic Day on Friday, June 23rd, 2017 with a special swimming event at the Aquatics Facility at the National Sports Centre.

Ben Smith, Aquatics Manager and National Coach of the Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association, hosted 32 young swimmers at the National Pool. They were invited to learn new skills, compete in friendly racing, and showcase their abilities. Julian Fletcher, Olympian and five-time World Championship competitor, was on hand to provide tips, inspiration, and celebrate the spirit of Olympic Day with Bermuda’s young swimmers.

The International Olympic Committee launched Olympic Day in 1987 to promote participation in sport by men, women and children around the world, encouraging them to “Move, Learn and Discover.” National Olympic Committees worldwide host Olympic Day events annually to provide opportunities for the public to be active, learn about Olympic values and discover new sports, as well as provide the opportunity for young people to interact with their countries’ Olympic athletes.

Judy Simons, BOA President said, “We have to place more value on participation in sport among our young people, as it benefits not only the participants, but our entire community. Involvement in sports promotes fitness and a sense of personal achievement, as well as learning about teamwork and good sportsmanship. Olympic Day is great vehicle to showcase those positives, and I would like to thank Ben and Julian for assisting the BOA in organising this year’s events.”


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