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2. KingArantxa King was elected as the chairwoman for the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletes’ Commission at the NACAC Championships in Toronto, Canada, last weekend.

King, 28, will work closely with the International Association of Athletics Federation’s Athletes’ Commission’s chairman.

The former long jumper, a two-times Olympian, was named as a member of the NACAC Athletes’ commission in May. She works in New York City as a lawyer, having been called to the New York State Bar in March.

Read the entire Royal Gazette article here

3. GibbonsAdia Gibbons and Emily Cabral were Bermuda’s dynamic duo as Bermuda clinched the Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship Division Two title with a 2-1 win over Grenada at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, today.

Cabral set up Gibbons’s opener with virtually the last kick of the first half, before Nyah Hood equalised from a Melania Fullerton corner in the 48th minute.

Cabral then finished off a beautiful give-and-go with Gibbons in the 57th minute to give Bermuda the title.

Gibbons almost helped give Bermuda the lead in the fifth minute, but Katelyn Medeiros, who scored Bermuda’s only goal of the semi-final win over St Lucia on Friday, shot over the crossbar.

Read the entire Royal Gazette article here


4. Six races

Bermuda completed a clean sweep of gold medals at the XL Catlin Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships on the island at the weekend.

Team Bermuda emphasised their regional dominance in the sport by winning all six races — three time-trial and three road race — in the Juvenile Men, Junior Women and Junior Men’s categories.

Alyssa Rowse and Nicholas Narraway claimed a pair of golds each in the Junior Women and Juvenile Men, respectively, while Matthew Oliveira won the road race and Kaden Hopkins the time-trial in the Junior Men.

There were also bronze medals for Ziani Burgesson in the Juvenile road race and Hopkins in the Junior Men as Bermuda enjoyed their most successful showing at the annual championships.

5. Smith

Tyrone Smith has vowed to make every jump count as he enters the final two years of his athletics career.

Smith hopes to complete the modern Olympiad cycle, finishing his career at the Tokyo Games in 2020, which would be his fourth Olympics after Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio de Janeiro 2016.

The 33-year-old long jumper made his long-awaited return to a championships podium after winning the silver medal at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, last Wednesday.

He will be hoping to build on that performance when he competes at the at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships, at the Varsity Stadium, Toronto, from Friday until Sunday.

“I recognise now that every competition is precious and you can’t take anything for granted, especially as you logically approach the end of your career,” Smith said.

Read the entire Royal Gazette article here

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