Official Bahamas Tokyo Team Named

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July 26, 2021

A total of 14 members will represent The Bahamas in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Team 242 consists of both track and field and swimming categories:

Track and Field Men

Samson Colebrooke – 100m; Steven Gardiner – 200m and 400m; Jamal Wilson – high jump and Donald Thomas (provisional) – high jump.

Track and Field Women 

Tynia Gaither – 100m and 200m; Shaunae Miller-Uibo – 200m and 400m; Brianne Bethel – 200m; Anthonique Strachan – 200m; Pedrya Seymour – 100m hurdles and Doneisha Anderson, Megan Moss and Lacathera Cooper joining Miller-Uibo, Strachan and Bethel for the 4 x 400m relay.

Aquatics Women

Joanna Evans – 200m and 400m freestyle and Laura Morley (provisional).

Aquatics Men

Izaak Bastian – 100m and 200m breaststroke.

Coaches

Rudolph Ferguson – Head Coach/Athletics

Ronald Cartwright

Rupert Gardiner

David Charlton

Andrew Loveitt

Management Team

Derron Donaldson – Head of Secretariat

Dorian Roach – Secretariat Assistant

Cora Hepburn – Chef de Mission

Dawn Johnson – Team Manager

Rochelle Bastian – Team Manager/Swimming

Oria Wood-Knowles – Team Attaché

Clarence Rolle – Administrator

Derron Donaldson is the head of the secretariat, assisted by vice president Dorian Roach with vice president Cora Hepburn and the first female chef de mission. The administrators are Oria Wood-Knowles and Clarence Rolle. The team manager is Dawn Johnson with Rudolph Ferguson as the head coach for athletics, assisted by Ronald Cartwright, Rupert Gardiner and Dave Charlton and Rochelle Bastian, the head coach for swimming, assisted by Andrew Loveitt.

Medical Team

Dr. Rickey Davis

Cottrice Roberts

The medical personnel are Dr Rickey Davis and Cottrice Roberts. Personal coaches travelling with the team are Lance Brauman, coach of Shaunae Miller-Uibo; Gary Evans, coach of Steven Gardiner and Kerry Peterson, coach of Joanna Evans.

 

The opening ceremony will be held on July 23.  
The closing ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is scheduled for August 8.  

The opening ceremony will be held on July 23.  
The closing ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is scheduled for August 8.  

 

News date : 07/26/2021    Category : Entertainment, Sports, Bahamas Local Stories

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