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NACAC RankingsThe latest version of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) rankings have been released, with 10 Bermuda Athletes making the List.

Ashley Estwanik is ranked 27th in the Women’s Half Marathon with a time of 1:18:19. Shianne Smith’s time of 59.03 in the Women’s 400m Hurdles sees her ranked 38th and Sakari Famous is ranked 34th in the Women’s High Jump with a top leap of 1.77m.

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Hamilton, Bermuda24 JUNE 2016: The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) today officially announced the names of the athletes that will represent Bermuda at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Competing for Bermuda will be:Boa RG 5col x 11

Harold ‘Tre’Houston in Athletics

Tyrone Smith in Athletics

Julian Fletcher in Swimming

Rebecca Heyliger in Swimming

Michelle ‘Shelley’ Pearson in Rowing

Cameron Pimentel in Sailing

Cecilia ‘Ceci’ Wollmann in Sailing

Flora Duffy in Triathlon

There is a possibility that additional athletes may qualify to represent Bermuda in Athletics and Swimming, in which case a separate announcement regarding their ratification by the BOA to join Team Bermuda will be issued.

The athletes will be accompanied by their coaches, managers and led by Chef de Mission, Brenda Dale, along with BOA officials.
Mrs. Simons said, “The BOA congratulates the members of Team Bermuda on their significant successes in qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympics in their respective disciplines. We are very proud of our athletes and we wish them the very best in competition in Rio.”


In a close-knit community like Bermuda, fewer things are more unifying than sport. Our athletes are our heroes, and since we so often know them personally, this makes their respective journeys and hardships all the more satisfying for us when they’re victorious. Bermuda’s impressive history of producing world-class athletes began in 1936 when the first Olympic team competed in Berlin. Since then, over 150 young men and women from Bermuda have sought the same hard-won goal:  winning an Olympic medal.

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MiamiChampionsBermuda has four Caribbean Triathlon Age Group Champions, following the 2016 Mack Cycle Tri-Miami Triathlon/Duathlon and Caribbean Championship in Miami.

Nicholas Pilgrim, Lyndsey Palmer, Martina Olcheski-Bell and Steven Petty are all crowned Champions.

13 year old Nicholas Pilgrim was the overall 2016 Caribbean Sprint Triathlon Champion stopping the clock in a time of 56:34, Pilgrim clocked 6:13 on the 0.25 Mile Swim Course, he then clocked 27:51 on the 10 Mile Bike Course and closed out the 3.1 Mile Run Course with a time of 20:50.
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