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The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) Executive Board has taken note of the RG article relating to the Court of Arbitration (CAS) ruling involving the BOA and Jillian Terceira.  Although the BOA has no intention of retrying this matter in the public domain, we provide the following statement:

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has settled in the appeal filed by Jillian Terceira and the Bermuda  Olympic Association has accepted the rulings.

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Cali Columbia PanAmThe Panam Sports Executive Committee elects Cali, Colombia as the host of the historical first edition of the Junior Pan American Games in 2021 during its meeting in San Jose, Costa Rica.

Cali and the Colombian Olympic Committee now have two years to welcome the best young athletes from the 41 nations of the Americas to compete with the dream of qualifying to the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games.

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA (March 27, 2019) — The first Junior Pan American Games in history will be held in Colombia’s “Capital of Sport”, Cali, following a vote by the Panam Sports Executive Committee.

Cali, Colombia was elected over fellow Candidate Cities Santa Ana, El Salvador and Monterrey, Mexico. Thirteen Members of the Panam Sports Executive Committee participated in the vote.

The election was held after a week-long Evaluation Commission visit to Cali and Santa Ana in late February, as well as presentations by all three Candidate Cities during the Panam Sports Executive Committee meeting currently underway in San Jose, Costa Rica.

After evaluating the proposals and presentations from each of these great cities, the historical vote was held. After the vote, the delegations from each city were brought into the room for the reveal of the chosen Host City by Panam Sports President, Neven Ilic.

"And the Host City of the first Junior Pan American Games in 2021 is... Cali, Colombia! Congratulations,” President Ilic announced with pride. 

Branwen Smith KingHamilton, Bermuda 29th March 2019: The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) has named Branwen Smith-King Bermuda’s Chef de Mission for the upcoming Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru.
Branwen Smith‐King is the Executive Director of the Bermuda Sloop Foundation since 2017, and oversees all aspects of the Foundation’s programme and its mission to provide sail training for Bermuda’s youth on Spirit of Bermuda to empower youth to realise their potential through sail training and experiential learning. She joined the Sloop Foundation after a 35-year career in Athletics, including at Tufts University where she served as Head Women’s Track & Field/Cross‐Country Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics. Branwen has also held several NCAA Committee sport leadership positions during her career which helped establish programmatic and policy protocols for its membership.

Branwen grew up in Bermuda and represented the island in Track and Field at Pan Am, Commonwealth and the CARIFTA Games, including the first CARIFTA Games (Barbados 1972) where she won gold in shot put. She later attended Springfield College in Massachusetts and LSU for undergraduate and graduate studies. In addition to her work with the Sloop Foundation, Branwen serves as an Athletic Trainer for several of Bermuda’s national sports teams.
The Pan American Games are the world’s third largest international sporting festival (surpassed only by the Olympics and the Asian Games). The XVIII Pan American Games will run from 26 July to 11 August, and will host 7,000 athletes from 41 nations competing in over 400 events across 39 sports. Bermuda has competed in all Pan Am (summer) Games since 1967, taking home a total of 9 medals. The BOA will officially name Bermuda's team in June.



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