Olympic Gold Medalist and US Track & Field Hall of Fame
1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Dominique Moceanu, one of the Magnificent Seven, the teenagers that became sports icons when they won gold at the Atlanta Olympics, continues to inspire countless young athletes all over the world. Dominique, in her role as the 1 World Sports Ambassador, will deliver personal messages of motivation, focus and healthy living to 1 World athletes. Meet Dominique in Bermuda at A Gold Medal Event May 6th at the Fairmont Southampton.
Thanks to Gatorade
and Aquafina, official beverage sponsors of
1 World Bermuda,
The Beautiful Games.
The Beautiful Games is an international amateur and professional multi-sports festival . With its rich history, culture and beauty, Bermuda is the perfect location for The Beautiful Games. The goal of the games is to bring the athletes of the world together in competition and in fellowship toward advancing communication between cultures and advancing the mission of world peace through sport.
What makes 1 World Bermuda so special?
Schedule of Events
Thursday Day Registration @ Fairmont
Thursday 6:00 pm Parade of Champions
Barr's Bay Park Opening Ceremony
Friday 11:00 am Athletic Events
Saturday 9:00 am Athletic Events
Saturday 1:00 pm Bermuda Beach Blast Party
Horseshoe Bay Beach, Fairmont
Saturday 4:00 pm Celebration of Boxing
National Sports Centre
Saturday 8:00 pm A Gold Medal Event
Dominique Moceanu "Live"
Sunday Explore Beautiful Bermuda Day
Dolphin Quest Excursion
*schedule subject to change
World PEACE Team
Perform with the World PEACE Team Allstars in Bermuda during the Parade of Champions and the Opening Ceremony.
Honor your family, your school, your community as an Ambassador of Peace.
Location and Geography
And all things “Bermudaful” are much closer than you think – less than 2 hours away from most eastern US airports. To start with, many people mistakenly believe Bermuda is part of the Caribbean. In fact, Bermuda rest hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles (1,046 kilometers) east of North Carolina.