Claude Charles memorial powerlifting c/ships on tomorrow

YMCA on Thomas Lands will be transformed into a battle ground for powerlifters tomorrow when the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) stages its annual Claude Charles Memorial Intermediate and Master’s Championships.

The championships will be held simultaneously with the GAPF fund raising BBQ.

According to a press release for the GAPF, YMCA has also provided its venue free of cost with all amenities and will be serving BBQ from noon.

Tickets for the meal and entrance fee will cost $1,200.

Roger Callendar
Roger Callendar
Andrea Smith   
Andrea Smith
 

Competition will start at 10am and spectators will be treated to fierce rivalry as novices overall male and female champions, Roger Callendar and Andrea Smith will be expected to repeat their dominant performances at this competition.

This will not go unanswered as bodybuilder, Orlando Dublin, a 2013 novices powerlifting competitor has indicated his intention of participating and being a main contender for the best lifter title.

A beastly performance can be expected from Steve Ramnarine out of Hard Core Gym in Berbice and Ahmad Rozan of Elite Fitness. Telisha Roland of Kingsrow Barbell Club and Chloe Hunter of Buddies Gym will also be strong contenders for the female best lifter title.

Patrons can look forward to seeing a total of 15 lifters vie for top honors in male and female categories.

Novelty events will also be held.

Tickets are available at Basic Beauty and from any member of the federation.

Sponsors include Fitness Express and the Trophy Stall.

 

 

More in Sports

Comments

About these comments

The comments section is intended to provide a forum for reasoned and reasonable debate on the newspaper's content and is an extension of the newspaper and what it has become well known for over its history: accuracy, balance and fairness. We reserve the right to edit or delete comments which contain attacks on other users, slander, coarse language and profanity, and gratuitous and incendiary references to race and ethnicity.

Get the day's headlines from SN in your inbox every morning:

Most Read This Week

  1. PG4&25.QXD

    Guyana now ranked below Haiti

  2. The section of the Fly Jamaica tail that was severed.

    CAL plane strikes tail of Fly Jamaica craft at CJIA

  3. Maryanna Lionel

    No bail but speedy trial promised to bribery accused in carpenter murder probe

  4. Samantha Sheoprashad

    Guyanese woman one of 60 recognised by Queen’s young leaders programme

  5. Prince Harry, in the British High Commission vehicle, is driven past the protestors.

    Prince Harry arrives

  6. Herman David

    Diamond man killed in Soesdyke crash

  7. Former Amerindian Affairs Minister Pauline Sukhai in heckle mode (Photo by Keno George)

    ‘Death announcement’ budget animates both sides of the House

  8. Selena Ramotar

    Attempted murder accused freed after stabbing victim refuses to testify


Recommended For You