Acting Governor Ginny Ferson, Premier Michael Dunkley, Minister of Social Development and Sports Sylvan Richards, Director Youth Sport & Recreation Norbert Simons, and former Sports Minister Patricia Gordon Pamplin were all in attendance as the historic wall was displayed for all to see.
The Wall serves to help mark the 80th anniversary of Bermuda’s participation in the Olympic Games, and the name of Bermuda’s sole Olympic medalist — Clarence Hill — is inscribed in a different colour on the wall.
The BOA said the wall “will be a permanent tribute to those who have had the privilege of competing and participating in the Olympic Games and will inspire future generations of Bermudian Olympians.”
Premier Michael Dunkley
Sports Minister Sylvan Richards
BOA President Judy Simons