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Hamilton, Bermuda–—26 January 2018: The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) today officially announced the team that will represent Bermuda at the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, Republic of Korea. The XXIII Olympic Winter Games are the eighth Winter Olympics in which Bermuda will participate.

Bermudian cross-country skier, Tucker Murphy, 36, will compete in the Men’s 15K Free Individual Start cross-country ski event.

The PyeongChang Games will be Mr. Murphy’s third Olympics. He also competed for Bermuda in the Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014 Winter Games.

Mr. Murphy will be accompanied by his Coach, Pepa Miloucheva, and Assistant Coach/Waxer Jeff Shaw, as well as Chef de Mission Lawrence (Mike) Murphy, and Sean Field-Lament who will be representing the Executive Board of the BOA, joining executive delegates from 206 other National Olympic Committees.

 LewisZekiah Lewis placed third in the girls’ long jump with a leap of 17ft 1in at the Yale Track Classic in New Haven, Connecticut, last weekend.

Lewis, 19, was one of four Bermudians on St Johnsbury Academy’s indoor athletics team. Last week she broke the Vermont school’s record in the long jump with a leap of 17ft 4in.

“Zekiah has been a great addition to the team,” coach Chip Langmaid said. “She is a fantastic jumper and is adding sprints to her list of events.”

Lewis and her team-mates nearly broke the state record in the 4x200 metres relay event with their time of 1:48.86.

Lewis, who competed in the Carifta Games in Curaçao last year, was part of the Bermuda under-17 football team at the Concacaf Caribbean qualifiers in Haiti in October.

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BoxingBermuda’s Olympic Games hopefuls will showcase their talents on the same amateur boxing card for the first time at CedarBridge Academy next month.

The “Next Greatest” event features Andre Lambe, Tyler Christopher and Stefan Dill, as they warm up for their Central American and Caribbean Games qualifiers in Tijuana, Mexico, in March.

They hope to emulate Olympians Clarence Hill, Roy Johnson, Robert Burgess and Quinn Paynter by reaching the Tokyo Games in 2020. The trio have two opportunities to qualify, at the CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, this summer, and the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, next year.

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Jan Famous fiveDuffy, the reigning ITU World Triathlon Series women’s champion, is among five local elite athletes who have been granted funding to go towards their bids for 2020 Olympic qualification.

Duffy will receive an Olympic Scholarship through the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Solidarity programme.

Sailor Cecilia Wollmann, long jumper Tyrone Smith and sprinter Tre Houston — who all competed along with Duffy at the 2016 Rio Olympics — and high jumper Jah-Nhai Perinchief are the other beneficiaries of the Olympic Scholarship.

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