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Panam SportsThe Panam Sports Executive Committee concludes a productive meeting in Lima, Peru with an eye towards the future.

Revitalized marketing, communications and development strategies will enable Panam Sports to increase and enhance its presence in the global sports market.

LIMA, PERU (March 15, 2018) — The first Panam Sports Executive Committee Meeting of 2018 concluded March 14 in Lima, Peru with a renewed focus towards establishing the organization as more than a regional leader of sport.

The path that will lead Panam Sports to an elevated position in the Olympic Movement and the world market was outlined in great detail to the executives throughout the two-day meeting in the host city of the 2019 Pan American Games.

Panam Sports President Neven Ilic led the Executive Committee through a thorough budget analysis that indicates a strong and positive financial outlook for the organization. Included in the budget is the more than $1 million in relief efforts that Panam Sports and the International Olympic Committee are delivering through 2017-2018 to National Olympic Committees in the region that were struck by natural disasters.

The commitment to supporting the 41 National Olympic Committees of the Americas is more evident than ever, with an increased emphasis being placed on developing their sports infrastructure, facilities and sport performance programs.

1. BahamasHigh jumpers Sakari Famous and Elisha Darrell have been appointed as the girls’ and boys’ captains of Bermuda’s Carifta Games team that was unveiled at the National Stadium yesterday.

Bermuda will send a 14-strong team to compete in Nassau, Bahamas, from April 1 and 2.

“We are very pleased with the team that has been selected and have no doubt they will represent us very well,” said Donna Raynor, the Bermuda National Athletics Association president.

“We have a quality team with athletes who have committed themselves to this sport and have given their best to gain a place on the team.

Multiple Carifta medal-winner Famous and Darrell were among the first to reach the qualifying standards back in January. Another athlete making the standard was runner Brianna Mendes who was forced to withdraw because of school commitments. Accompanying the team are coaches Rohaan Simons and Wayne Bean, manager Mia Black and Raynor in the capacity as organisational delegate.

2. RichardsonKent Richardson he won the men’s 50+ age group by just under two minutes at the 2018 Salud Xterra in Salinas, Ecuador on Saturday.

On a hot day under clear skies, Richardson produced the third fastest bike time of the day and was an impressive seventh male finisher out of 159 and eighth overall out of 191. Richardson’s training partner, professional triathlete Liz Bravo, was the top woman and fourth overall.

3. Daley

Elan Daley competed at the Ontario Winter Swimming Festival Championships at the Nepean Sportsplex Pool in Ontario, Canada.

Daley competed in six events winning five, finishing second once and broke two Bermuda Records along the way.

Daley would touch the wall in 2:23.44 on her way to winning the Women’s 200m Individual Medley Gold Medal and breaking her own record of 2:23.82 she set back on February 19th, 2017 during the Swim Ontario Winter Festival that was held in Etobicoke, Canada.

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