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Brenda Dale 2021
Brenda Dale remains confident that the rescheduled Olympic Games in Tokyo will go ahead as planned this year, despite uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

Doubts were cast yesterday over the Games, which are set to take place between July 23 and August 8 August, after Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga declared a state of emergency in the city as a result sudden spike in cases.

The latest measures in Tokyo, led Dick Pound, the longest-serving member of the International Olympic Committee, to question whether the Games would go ahead.

Please see Royal Gazette article here

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Hamilton, Bermuda—22 December 2020: The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) in partnership with Coral Coast Clothing is now selling “Team Bermuda” and BOA-branded face masks.  The masks, which are reusable and adjustable, and available in pink and blue, retail for $20 each and are available exclusively at the Coral Coast Clothing shop at 15 Front Street in Hamilton.

All proceeds from the sale of masks will go to the BOA, which is a registered charity, supporting the development of Bermuda’s young athletes and helping maximise their participation in international sporting competitions.

Branwen Smith-King, BOA Secretary General said, “With the pandemic still affecting our daily lives, and requiring us to wear face coverings to protect ourselves and others, the BOA came up with mask designs that will let our supporters show their pride in Bermuda and our athletes.  Available in the national team colours, they are perfect stocking stuffers.  And since they are sourced for us by Coral Coast and carried in their shop, you know they are great quality too.

“I’d like to thank Adam and Sam at Coral Coast for assisting us with this project and for their generosity in passing all profits from the sale of these masks back to the BOA, where the money will be put to good use supporting our young athletes on their journeys to success. Pick up a BOA mask at Coral Coast and wear your Team Bermuda colours this holiday season!”

Adam Petty and Sam Outerbridge, co-founders of Coral Coast Clothing said, “We’re pleased that we are able to support the BOA with this initiative.  Everything we sell at Coral Coast is a celebration of Bermuda, so the BOA and Team Bermuda merchandise fits right in.  The masks are of the same high quality as our other popular designs, and you can feel good knowing the money you spend on them is going to help our current and future elite athletes.” 

 

Top photo: Back left - Sam Outerbridge  back right - Adam Petty - Co-founders of Coral Coast, Front - Branwen Smith-King- BOA Secretary General
 

 
 
Bermuda Olympic CMYKHamilton, Bermuda—11 December 2020: Six representatives of the Bermuda Olympic Association (“BOA”) were among 317 participants from 41 national Olympic committees to become certified by Panam Sports in long-term athlete development.
 
Alec Shepherd, Trina Roberts, Tim Trott, Anna Balada, Branwen Smith-King, and Andre Perez attended the Long-Term Athlete Development (“LTAD”) webinar series hosted by Panam Sports and Sport For Life from 2 September to 21 October 2020, completing the requisite examinations to obtain certification.  The LTAD programme is designed to help coaches, trainers, administrators and other sports professionals develop high-level athletes and work to ensure that children and youth in their communities stay in sports and stay active for life.

This Bermuda Olympic Association Merchandise Sale is cancelled . 

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