Butterfield Breaks Bermuda Marathon Record

April 15, 2018 | 4 Comments

Tyler Butterfield broke a 37-year-old Bermuda record on the final day of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia while competing in the Men’s Marathon.

Butterfield crossed the line 12th overall in a time of 2:26.29, with his time breaking Raymond Swan’s National Record time of 2:26.37, set back in April of 1981. Butterfield also lowered his Personal Best time at the distance as well.

His record setting showing finishes off what has been an excellent Commonwealth Games appearance by Bermuda.

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  1. Nicky says:

    Well done! What a fantastic achievement.

  2. Miguelito says:

    Nice goin’, Tyler!

  3. Justin says:

    What a feat given the tough conditions, well done!!!

  4. ROGER LAMBERT says:

    CONGRATULATIONS TYLER, EXCELLENTE’. You can take 26 days off from running hard:).

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