Jeneya Wade-Fray (Basketball)
Bermuda will also be represented at the London Olympics by basketball player Jeneya Wade-Fray.
Wade-Fray has been has been named in the first ever Team Great Britain women's basketball team to compete at an Olympics.
She was picked along with 11 other players to form the squad that will take to the court in London against the top countries in the world.
While a student at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Wade-Fray won four consecutive Southern Conference rings.
In 2010 she was named Bermuda's Female Athlete of the Year.
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