Special Olympians Capture 44 Medals In USA

June 12, 2014

Special Olympics TeamA team from Bermuda recently competed at the Delaware Regional Special Olympics, capturing an impressive 44 medals, including 27 gold.

Team Leader Alicia Zuill said, “It was a very successful track meet for our young athletes from Bermuda. They represented their families, country, and school very proud.”

Bermuda’s team took home a total of 44 medals, including 27 gold medals, 11 silver medals, and six bronze medals.

“Every student made the final for their heats and this is the end result,” continued Ms. Zuill. “This year was our first time entering a student in tennis and she won a gold medal in her skills competition and a silver in singles.”

The Special Olympics Team will return to Bermuda this Saturday, and Mrs. Suzanne Roberts Holshouser, representing the Minister of Youth and Sports, will be on hand to meet the students at the airport.

Minister Scott has also extended an invitation for the students from the team to come and attend some of the BNAA competition at the National Sports Centre.

The full results for Bermuda’s team follow below [PDF here]:

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  1. Fadda says:

    Congrats to the Bermuda Team, proud of you all, way to go representing our Country. Thank You

  2. I'm Amazed says:

    Absolutely AWESOME! Congratulations to the entire team!!

  3. yawn says:

    Go bermuda and go team zori. Well done!

  4. Alvin Williams says:

    Way to go Uriah -team Williams putting Bermuda on the map.