Feb 13, 2012 Sports
Junior national race walker Roshawn Felix dominated a competent field of race walkers, romping home first when the Cavalier Sports and Tour club (CS&TC) staged a 10k Junior Mash race walk around the Den Amstel WCD community, Sunday February 5 last.
Kevin Felix strode in second and was closely followed by Jamal Pereira in the third place spot. Abina Felix was the first female to cross the finish line. The two tiered race also saw Latayna Austin crossing the finish line first in the U 10 category followed by Keron Felix and Jewel Mars closing off the podium spots in second and third places respectively. Trophies and other prizes were donated by Public Service Minister, Dr Jennifer Westford, Ansa Mcal Trading, Farfan and Mendes and the New GPC Ltd.
Meanwhile, the walkers would once again be in action on Thursday March 8 when the parent organization stages a 10k race walk around the inner circuit of the National Park. Dubbed the ‘Phagwah Day Race Walk,’ activities would get underway at 06:30hrs sharp.
The walkers would be kept very busy in another event, this one in commemoration of the death anniversary of the founder leader, LFS Burnham to be staged at Canal #2 Polder WBD. That race would also cover a distance of 10k and gets underway at 06:30hrs. Participants will receive lucrative rewards compliments of the business community and friends of the CS&TC.
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