Anthony Baynes takes Mr. Corriverton crown
A large crowd turned up last Saturday evening at the Skeldon High School Annex in No. 78 village,
Corriverton to watch musclemen compete for the coveted titles of Mr. Corriverton and Mr. Flex Night Berbice.
After a slight delay at the beginning the action became more and more intense as bodybuilders in the 132 lbs, 143 lbs, 154 lbs, 176 lbs and over 176 lbs traded pose for pose to catch the approval of the judges.
By the end of the night it was Teon Sancho from Melba Lagadoue’s Fitness Zone at New Amsterdam who would stride proudly on to the stage to collect the overall Mr. Flex Night Berbice 2014 title. The Mr. Corriverton title was won by Anthony Baynes of Tej Mohall Gym.
The huge Corriverton audience enjoyed every moment of the showdown and was vocal in their appreciation.
In the 132 lbs class a young muscle titan named Zallim Bacchus from Tej Mohall gym at Skeldon dominated the scene, winning both the Mr. Corriverton and Mr. Flex Night Berbice titles in his division.
In second position was Chaitram Nagessar of the same gym, while the third spot went to Farod Mohamed of Back Centre Gym at Skeldon.
In the 143 lbs class Raymond Rabindranauth from House of Pain Gym easily won his class in the Mr. Flex Night Berbice.
Leon Benjamin was the lone competitor in the 154 lbs class while Anthony Baynes defeated a game Alex Hamilton in the heavy, over 176 lbs class.
The event was principally organized by Mr. Lyndon Murray, Manager of Back Centre gym and judged by Mr. David Gomes, Ms. Fiona Harris and Ms. Nadina Taharally of Flex Night Incorporated. Special guest poser was Caerus Cipriani of Fitness Paradise Gym.
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