Peter Bromby

The second highest placing Olympian in Bermuda’s history [along with Lee White ], sailor Peter Bromby has placed as high as 4th in the Olympics, and has been ranked as high as #3 in world rankings.

Peter Bromby, left, and crew Magnus Liljedahl celebrate their victory Bacardi Cup star class regatta, Friday, March 13, 2009, off Miami. Photo credit: AP Photo/Bacardi Cup

Peter Bromby, left, and crew Magnus Liljedahl celebrate their victory Bacardi Cup star class regatta, Friday, March 13, 2009, off Miami. Photo credit: AP Photo/Bacardi Cup

Born August 26th 1964, he started sailing when he was seven years old.

Mr. Bromby has won a variety of sailing races including:

  • 2009 Bacardi Cup [Miami]
  • 2004 Kieler Woche [Germany]
  • 2004 Spa Regatta [Netherlands]
  • 2003 Rolex Miami [Miami]
  • 2002 Bacardi Bermuda National MRC [Bermuda]
  • 2001 Colorcraft Gold Cup Qualifier [Bermuda]
  • 2001 Bacardi Cup [Miami]
  • 1998 Gosling Black Seal Cup [Bermuda]
  • 1997 Gosling Black Seal Cup [Bermuda]
  • 1997 Bermuda Gold Cup Qualifier [Bermuda]
  • 1995 Miami Olympic Class Regatta [Miami]
  • 1994 Bermuda National Champs [Bermuda]

He partnered first with Paul Fischer, and then with Lee White, making four Olympic appearances

Mr. Bromby’s Olympic placings:

  • 1992 Summer Barcelona, Spain Mixed Two Person Keelboat: 19th
  • 1996 Summer Atlanta, USA Mixed Two Person Keelboat: 13th
  • 2000 Summer Sydney, Australia Mixed Two Person Keelboat: 4th
  • 2004 Summer Athina, Greece Men’s Two Person Keelboat: 8th

 

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