Carifta Athletes Add Gold, Silver & Bronze Medals

April 22, 2019 | 3 Comments

The track and field portion of the 2019 CARIFTA Games continues today [April 22] at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in the Cayman Islands, with Bermudian athletes in action.

CARIFTA Games Bermuda U17 Relay Team Flag, April 22 2019

The U17 Women’s 4 x 100m Relay team of Caitlyn Bobb, Ketura Bulford-Trott, Sanaa Rae Morris and Za’Kayza Parsons have won bronze finishing with a time of 47.47. Today’s events continue and we will update with results as able.

Isabelle Dutranoit CARIFTA Games Bermuda Flag, April 22 2019

Update 8.17pm: Isabelle Dutranoit won gold when she competed in the Women’s 3000 Meters [Open] event in a time of 10:21.63. Nathan Armstrong placed second, winning silver in the U17 Men’s 3000 Meters event with a time of 9:13.13.

CARIFTA Games Bermuda U17 Relay Team, April 22 2019

Bermuda’s 2019 Carifta Athletics Team includes Amelia Othman, Caitlyn Bobb, Jezhari Talbot, Ketura Bulford-Trott, Sanaa Rae Morris, Za’Kayza Parsons, Isabelle Dutranoit, Chayse Tanner, Kahzi Sealey, Nathan Armstrong, Nirobi Smith-Mills, Sancho Smith, Clevonte Bean, Johndell Cumberbatch, Ryan Outerbridge, Mikal Dill, Sadiq Nurse and Suresh Black.

CARIFTA Games Bermuda, April 22 2019

Nathan Armstrong CARIFTA Games Bermuda, April 22 2019

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CARIFTA Games Bermuda Team, April 22 2019

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  1. L N G says:

    Well done team Bermuda!!!! Keep representing athletes :)

  2. Anthony Outerbridge says:

    Congratulations to all the athletes for representing Bermuda so well! You are all winners! Best wishes for the future.

  3. Carol says:

    First and foremost – congratulations to all of Bermuda’s athletes who competed in CARIFTA 2019. You all did an amazing job and Bermuda is proud of you.
    I think it should be recognized that not only did Isabelle Dutranoit win the Gold medal by a large margin (at least 50m) in the women’s open 3000m race on Monday night, but she also established a new Bermuda National Record. The previous record was set in 1982 (37 years ago)) by Taylor-Ashly Bean. This young athlete should be highly commended/ recognized for her amazing achievement!

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