Meet the Special Olympics Bermuda Team

Solay Thomas

Carlton Thompson

Meet Carlton Thompson. Carlton competed in the quadrennial Special Olympics World Games held in Abu Dhabi in 2019 winning the Bronze Medal in Bowling. Carlton is a helpful member of Team Special Olympics and finds delight in the opportunities to travel through sport. Carlton continues to train with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Destiny Moniz-hayward

Meet Destiny. Destiny loves all things music – whether she’s singing along, listening to it or dancing with it! Destiny is a genuinely helpful person who deeply enjoys time spent with friends. Destiny is currently undecided in what sport she wishes to compete in but hopes to qualify for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany

Alshauntae Symons

Meet Alshauntae. Affectionate, cordial, pleasant, and entertaining are some of the words that best describe her. Alshauntae is very enthusiastic during training and loves being a part of Team Special Olympics. Alshauntae is currently undecided in what sport she wishes to compete in but hopes to qualify for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Aaria Logie

This week, meet Aaria. Aaria is best described as optimistic, cheerful, kind and caring. The friendships and bonds made with her fellow athletes have been a highlight of her Special Olympics experience thus far. Aaria currently trains in swimming with hopes to qualify for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany

Trudell Edwards

Trudell is one of three athletes who graduated this year. He is humorous, helpful and has goals! “My dream is to someday get married and be able to work and be independent…Perhaps one day I will be able to work with dolphins as a trainer or be a chef. I know I have to work hard at achieving my goals” (Stories – www.worlddown-syndromeday.org). Trudell is currently undecided in what sport he wishes to compete in but hopes to qualify for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Nerah-lynn Wilson

Nerah-Lynn is one of our newer athletes but has quickly made her mark as a helpful and engaged member of the Special Olympics family. Nerah-Lynn is loving, caring and ensures that her training mates follow through with assignments between training sessions. Nerah-Lynn trains in Shot-Put, Swimming, and Bowling with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Tiannai Lowe

Tiannai competed in the quadrennial Special Olympics World Games held in Abu Dhabi in 2019 placing 4th in Bowling. Tiannai is described as reserved and a joy to be around and has a love for cooking and baking. Tiannai continues to train with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Kirk Kemari Dill

Kirk Kemari competed in the quadrennial Special Olympics World Games held in Abu Dhabi in 2019 winning the Bronze Medal in 100m and placing 4th in 200m. Kirk Kemari’s values and charming spirit are some of the many things that stand about him. Kirk Kemari continues to train with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Exodus Somner

Exodus attends Dellwood Middle School and has a friendly personality and loves to speak to everyone wherever she may be. Exodus loves painting her nails and getting her hair done. She trains in running, swimming, and sailing with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

Wayne Smith

Wayne competed in the quadrennial Special Olympics World Games held in Abu Dhabi in 2019 placing 5th in Bowling. Wayne is an energetic, lively, and animated part of the Special Olympics family. Wayne continues to train in Bowling with hopes of qualifying for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.

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