EQUESTIAN

Rabain has a feel for horses

There's a new breed of drivers growing up at Vesey Street Track. Tyler Lopes, Allison Outerbridge and Krista Rabain are youngsters who are 16 and under that are making an impression at the pony racing venue.

Track record broken twice in five minutes

A track record that has stood for more than four years was broken twice in the space of five minutes at Vesey Street this weekend.

Drug cheats to be named

National team members beware. Everyone in Bermuda will know if you fail a drugs test.

Speed Time wins cap great season for Spicelands

What's left for Speed Time to accomplish?

Leverock, Duffy are Athletes of the Year

Charismatic Dwayne 'Sluggo' Leverock and spritely Flora Duffy carried off Bermuda's Athletes of the Year Awards last night at the Fairmont Southampton.
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OLYMPICS

Who still has a shot to qualify for Beijing?

Bermuda's Olympic hopefuls have less than three months to make the grade for Beijing - with several athletes still in the hunt for a place at sport's greatest spectacle.

Time slipping away for Olympic hopefuls

With less than three months until the July cut-off dates for Olympic qualification, Bermuda has several athletes vying for spots on the plane to Beijing.

Nisbett wins Bermuda's Olympic spot

Equestrian Patrick Nisbett will be representing Bermuda in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Terceira jumps for joy

Talk about changing horses in mid-stream. Jillian Terceira will now be Bernuda's show jumping representative in the Olympics.

Weakest Olympic team ever?

Bermuda is sending its weakest team to the Olympics in a long time.
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Athletes will build towards 2012 Olympics

And the training begins. The Beijing Olympics are barely over, but the campaign to qualify for the 2012 London Games has begun.

Scramble to comply with drug laws

Sporting bodies that fail to comply with tough new drug testing regulations risk wiping Bermuda off the international sporting map.

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Feeling the pinch: Five major sporting projects that need financing

Plans for a multi-purpose sports centre to take the pressure off the National Sports Centre were announced last week as the bulldozers moved in to demolish the dilapidated club house at Somerset Bridge.

* SPORTS FUNDING / HARD TIMES AHEAD

Money for new events unlikely to materialize

Sporting groups looking for money for new projects and events could very well find themselves in the paupers' line as the economic recession hits.

* SPORTS FUNDING / HARD TIMES AHEAD

Sports 'will survive' financial crisis

Bermuda can cut more than ten per cent from its sports budget and still fund a raft of new projects - including an Olympic swimming pool, a multi-purpose sports centre and new drug-testing infrastructure, claims Sports Minister El James.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...

JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.

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