Tag: CARIFTA Games

4th Medal For Bermuda, Perinchief Wins Silver

4th Medal For Bermuda, Perinchief Wins Silver

Bermuda’s CARIFTA medal tally is now up to four, with Jahnai Perinchief winning silver in the high jump this evening [Apr 20] in Martinique. Perinchief’s medal win follows after yesterday’s medal winning performances by Kyrah Scraders, Sakari Famous and Dage Minors, who claimed three medals for Bermuda during the first day of competition. Scraders... Read more of this article

Famous, Scraders, Minors Win CARIFTA Medals

Famous, Scraders, Minors Win CARIFTA Medals

[Updated: Bermuda wins three medals, with Kyrah Scraders, Sakari Famous and Dage Minors all delivering big performances to open Bermuda's medal tally.] The 2014 CARIFTA Games is underway in Martinique, with Bermuda’s team among the hundreds of athletes competing in the regional track and field competition. Bermuda’s 13-strong team consists... Read more of this article

Bermuda’s CARIFTA Swimming Team Named

Bermuda’s CARIFTA Swimming Team Named

The Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association has announced a 14 member team for the upcoming CARIFTA Swimming Championships in Aruba. The team consists of Shannon Hassell, Madelyn Moore, Ashley Irby, Philip Hagen, Jesse Washington, Emma Harvey, Alex Pilgrim, Alyssa Paynter, Keagan Wooley, Brett Smith, Nicholas Brando, Jude Moseley, Ethan Daley and Isabelle... Read more of this article

BNAA Announces 2014 Carifta Team Athletes

BNAA Announces 2014 Carifta Team Athletes

The Bermuda National Athletics Association [BNAA] has announced their team for the 2014 Carifta Games, with 13 athletes set to compete. BNAA President Donna Watson said, “The BNAA are delighted to announce the Carifta Team for 2014. The team will consist of 13 athletes. “We have increased our standards as this year we are looking for quality... Read more of this article

14 Track & Field Athletes Qualified For Carifta

14 Track & Field Athletes Qualified For Carifta

Following Sunday’s [Mar 9] track and field meet hosted by the Bermuda National Athletics Association, five more athletes reached the Carifta standards, making a total of 14 athletes who are no qualified for the 2014 Carifta Games, which are set to take place next month in the Caribbean island of Martinique/ The 14 athletes that have reached... Read more of this article

Kerri Furbert Reaches Carifta Standard

Kerri Furbert Reaches Carifta Standard

Kerri Furbert has reached the qualifying standard for the 2014 Carifta Games while competing in the 2014 Tyson Invitational this past weekend at the Randal Tyson Track Center, University of Arkansas. With the Carifta Standard for Under 18 Girls Long Jump standing at 5.45m, Furbert recorded a leap of 5.50m taking part in the women’s college long jump... Read more of this article

Dr. Freddie Evans To Officiate At Carifta Games

Dr. Freddie Evans To Officiate At Carifta Games

Dr. Freddie Evans has been selected as one of the technical officials for the 2014 Carifta Games in Martinique by the Technical Delegate. Dr Evans will lead the team of officials for the throwing events. BNNA President Donna Watson said, “As you know our athletes are making their mark on the track in the Caribbean. I have been selected as the... Read more of this article

23 New Swimming Records Set At Carifta Games

23 New Swimming Records Set At Carifta Games

The Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association have confirmed the new records set in the 2013 CARIFTA Swimming Championships in Jamaica, which saw the swimmers combine to set a total of 23 records. Emma Harvey 50 meters Butterfly, 0:31.21 – breaking Ashley Yearwood’s record of 0:31.76 set in 2007 100 meters Butterfly, 1:13.36 – breaking Ashley... Read more of this article

Photos/Videos: Carifta Swimming Team Returns

Photos/Videos: Carifta Swimming Team Returns

[Updated with videos] The Bermuda swimming team — and their seven medals — returned to the island this evening [Apr 4], following their successful competition at the 2013 Carifta Swimming Championships in Jamaica. Proud family and friends holdings signs, flowers and balloons cheered as the young athletes made their way out of the airport.... Read more of this article

Premier Hosts Reception For Carifta Athletes

Premier Hosts Reception For Carifta Athletes

This afternoon [Apr 4] Premier Craig Cannonier held a reception at Camden to congratulate our Carifta athletes on their recent success in the Bahamas. The team brought home five medals, with Kyrah Scraders claiming a gold and a silver, Sakari Famous winning a silver, Zakiyyah Showers winning a bronze, and Juma Mouchette winning a bronze.The Carifta... Read more of this article


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