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BurchRoy-Allan Burch believes he is closer than ever to qualifying for the Rio Olympics in August.The Bermuda swimmer competed in the Arena Pro Series meet in Charlotte this past weekend and posted his fastest time in the 50 metres freestyle since a horrific injury last year.Burch’s time of 23.34sec put him on the cusp of the Olympic B standard, which is 23.05, a time he hopes to hit at this week’s Validus Bermuda National Championships.Although his time was somewhat slower than his previous personal best over that distance, Burch was happy enough with his performance.
Read more: http://www.royalgazette.com/swimming/article/20160516/fit-again-burch-chasing-olympic-spot

rglogo1.gifLogoXPos5LogoYPos5maxw630maxh350"Flora Duffy grabbed her first podium finish of the year and stormed to the top of the World Triathlon Series rankings with a fantastic race in Cape Town today."

Read more: http://www.royalgazette.com/runningtriathlon/article/20160424/duffy-i-was-not-missing-out-again

bermudaequestrianInternational Equestrian Federation (FEI) officials are pressing ahead with plans to reduce the size of teams competing at the Olympic Games to just three riders despite fierce opposition from many national federations, but it would open the door for countries such as Bermuda to get in.

In an insidethegames report, this issue dominated a four-hour panel discussion here today at the annual FEI Sports Forum, where 320 delegates discussed a range of issues also including a name change away from three day eventing.

Read more: http://www.royalgazette.com/track-and-field/article/20160421/permit-meet-bigger-than-expected--raynor

 


hawleyErica Hawley overcame brutal conditions to claim silver at the Junior Caribbean and Central American Triathlon Championships yesterday.

Tyler Smith also competed in the men’s race, finishing seventh after struggling during the closing stages.
 
Battling blistering South American heat, Hawley clawed her way back from fourth place on the 5-kilometre run, overhauling Beatriz Dumet, of Brazil, and Genesis Montilla, from Venezuela, to finish the sprint distance race in 1hr 14m 48 sec.
 
Read more: http://www.royalgazette.com/runningtriathlon/article/20160416/hawley-runs-off-with-silver-at-championships

 


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