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he 2018 Caribbean Equestrian Association’s Regional Jumping Challenge [CEA RJC] came to very successful conclusion for Bermuda’s show jumping riders, as for the third year in a row they claimed the top spot against the Caribbean Teams.

Coming in second place was Team Barbados, followed by Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Trinidad. Unfortunately, Antigua had to withdraw from participating in this year’s competition.

Tyler James, Candyce Martins and Christian Truran

BEF Team 2018 CEA RJC Bermuda December 2018

The CEA RJC provides competitors of all ages an opportunity to measure their skills against riders within the Caribbean region and Bermuda.

Riders compete in their own countries over two rounds of a predetermined jumping course at heights of .70m, .85m or 1.00m. The top scores from each division form the country’s team.

Members of the 2018 Winning Bermuda CEA Regional Jumping Team

  • You’ll be Amazed & Tyler James [.70m]
  • Crème de la Crème & Candyce Martins [.85m]
  • De Le Vega & Christian Truran [1.00m]

In addition to winning the Team event, Bermuda’s Christian Truran riding De Le Vega was the overall winner in the 1.00m division with McKenzie James riding Up Up & Away & Casey Truran riding Forza placing 2nd and 3rd respectively. In the .85 division, Candyce Martins & Crème de Crème secured the overall second placing. Officiating the event was Bermuda’s FEI Judge, Judy Hagen.

Article & Image from BERNEWS


 

Rockal EvansRockal Evans and Campbell Patton were back on the water competing in the Sail Sydney Olympic Class Sailing Regatta.
Evans moved up five places from his starting position on Day One after two more races on Day Two. Evans started the day in 14th, but came off the water in 9th place after finishes of 11th and 5th to finish with 41 points.
Ed Wright continues to lead the fleet with 11 points, while Nicholas Heiner moved level on 11 points as well and Josh Junior is third with 13 points.
Two more races were sailed in the Laser Radial Open were Patton started the day in 14th but ended the day in 16th place. Patton finished the first race of the day and the third of the series in 16th and then he finished 17th in the second race of the day to finish with 60 points.
Michael Compton leads the fleet with 13 points, Otto Henry is second with 15 points alongside Mara Stransky.

Article & Image Courtesy of Island Stats


 

istatsint181128Dennis Joell of Bermuda is in Hong Kong competing at the World Bowling Men's Championships against the best bowlers in the world.

Joell chose to buy a new bowling ball to play with at the event but instead of taking his other $200 bowling ball home with him, the ball was regifted to the Afganistan team who arrived at event with no equipment and were using "house balls" from the public center next to the competition venue.
"It's moments like these when we realize the power of sport and the friendship it brings." said Technical Director Marios Nicolaides who aided the switch in equipment.

Joell speaking to wwww.islandstats.com said, “After deciding to purchase another ball I took the opportunity to donate the ball to World Bowling to give to someone in need. I wasn't aware who they would give it to, but I’m glad to help jumpstart someone in the sport of bowling, a sport that has given me much joy in a short period of time.”

A number of boxers will be in the ring this evening [Nov 24], as the ‘Redemption Fight Night’ event takes place at the Fairmont Southampton Hotel, with the headline fight to see professional Bermudian boxer Nikki Bascome take on David Martinez of Mexico.

Boxing Fight Card Redemption 2018

According to the fight card released by the Bermuda Boxing Federation, fighters in the blue corner tonight will include Dejon Benjamin, Shane Basden, Matthew Tannock, Coleman Mills, Jaylon Roberts, Ngai Franklin, Krista Dyer, Andre Lambe, Mikey Parsons, Tyler Christopher, and Nikki Bascome; while those in the red corner will be Eduardo Gonzalez, George Cook, Lovintz Tota, Shannon Ford, Robert Somner, Haroon Jalal, Sara Buczek, Alex Navarro, Jack Cabotaje, Phillippe Simon, and David Martinez.

As is standard with international boxing events, the media is restricted from live streaming and filming any video, however we will be bringing you live updates as able throughout the evening, which is expected to see a large hometown crowd out to support our fighters, with tickets having sold out.

Story courtesy of Bernews


 

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