Grenada’s Daniel flexes way to Stage of Champions overall title

——Suriname’s Tjon-A-San, Guyana’s Campbell also among winners

Champions on Stage! The top finishers of Saturday night’s fixture pose for a photo. From left to right are Ollyn Martin of Antigua, the super heavyweight champion, the men’s overall bodybuilding champion, Damion Daniel of Grenada, Ms. Bikini champion, Stefeni Tjon-A-San of Suriname and Men’s Physique champion, Emmerson Campbell.

If you are a fan of mass and aesthetics then Saturday night at the Theatre Guild was the place to be since some of the best bodies in the Region took the stage to do battle in what turned out to be a fantastic evening.

When the dust settled after each of the 28 gladiators flexed their muscle fibres to the max, Grenada’s Damion Daniel, Suriname’s Stefeni Tjon-A-San and Guyana’s Emmerson Campbell found themselves as the last men and woman standing.

Daniel, a 2016 CAC gold medalist in the heavyweight class, stood head and shoulders above the competition and flexed and posed his way to the Mr. ‘Stage of Champions’ overall title…..


Four-man boxing team for C/bean c/ships

Guyana’s hopes of excelling at the Caribbean Development Boxing tournament now rests on the shoulders of young but competent pugilists, Keevin Allicock, Colin Lewis, Joel Williamson and Desmond Amsterdam.

Hunter, Branche come out tops at obstacle course fitness challenge

The Ministry of Social Cohesion collaborated with the Fusion Fitness gym to host its first obstacle course fitness challenge on Sunday. 

Sharma smashes third ODI double ton in India’s big win

MUMBAI, (Reuters) – Opener Rohit Sharma smashed his third one-day international double century to set up India’s comprehensive 141-run win against Sri Lanka in the second match of the series at Mohali yesterday.

Windies lose ground in Test rankings

LONDON, CMC – West Indies have taken another blow to their Test ranking, following their 2-0 series defeat to New Zealand.

Windies must learn from series loss: Brathwaite

HAMILTON, New Zealand, CMC – Kraigg Brathwaite said it was important for West Indies players to go back to the drawing board and make the necessary adjustments to their game, as they looked to learn from the 2-0 drubbing in the recent series against New Zealand.

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