Fitness Express support for novices, junior powerlifting c/ships

Leading supplement and fitness products supplier, Fitness Express, has once again flexed its corporate muscle in support of a sporting discipline.

Fitness Express (47 Sheriff Street, Campbellville) yesterday presented a cheque to Committee Member of the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF), Winston Stoby to aid in this year’s novices and junior championships.

The championships will be staged on April 5 at the National Gymnasium.

CEO of Fitness Express, Jamie McDonald, hands over the sponsorship cheque to Committee Member of the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF), Winston Stoby to aid in this year’s novices and junior championships set April 5 at the National Gymnasium.
CEO of Fitness Express, Jamie McDonald, hands over the sponsorship cheque to Committee Member of the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF), Winston Stoby to aid in this year’s novices and junior championships set April 5 at the National Gymnasium.

In brief remarks, CEO of Fitness Express, Jamie McDonald, said that his company is always happy to provide sponsorship and support to the GAPF especially given the stellar performances and results, both locally and internationally of its lifters.

McDonald added that the GAPF and the entire powerlifting fraternity continues to do Guyana proud adding that it was amazing that  they are able to achieve such high levels of success with such modest financial investment relative to the other more prominent sporting initiatives in Guyana.

“We look forward to seeing the performances of the novice

athletes that this year’s competition will produce,” said Mc Donald.

Weigh-in time is 7am and the competition begins at 10am.

There will also be a novelty bench press competition for athletes over and under 200lbs.

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