Want to see who will be representing Bermuda in the 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup? KPMG in Bermuda has created team profiles. Meet TeamBDA!
Building a team to compete in the 2017 Red Bull Youth America’s Cup, ACBDA searched for members that not only had sailing experience, but across the board, athletes who were also physically fit, hardworking and displayed a tremendous amount of commitment in order to put forth the best team possible.
As part of the selection process, the all-volunteer committee started out with over 100 applicants. Chosen candidates were selected to be put through an intense training camp. This allowed for the committee to determine who will display the mental and physical strength they were seeking. The team now consists of the 11 members who are between the ages of 19 and 25. In coming months, a decision will be made to see who will be the final six crew members, the reserves, and who will be part of the shore team.
As proud sponsors of TeamBda, KPMG in Bermuda congratulates all athletes for making the team. The firm is committed to youth development initiatives as we understand how sports can impact an individual. Key attributes young athletes can take away from this experience or any sporting activity and can apply to everyday life are:
In order to showcase our athletes, KPMG has put together team profiles of the chosen 11 which are Connor Astwood, Mackenzie Cooper, Peter Dill, Philip Hagen, Mustafa Ingham, Emily Nagel, Owen Siese, Dimitri Stevens, Shomari Warner, Ceci Wollman and Danny Pell. Take a look at who will be on the world’s stage representing Bermuda!
Bermuda looks forward to seeing you representing our island home in 2017.
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