Barbados have selected a powerful 21-member squad to defend their Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding and Fitness title at next month’s championships slated for St Maarten.
Several of the top performers who shone at the recent ALLMAX National Championships are in the squad and are expected to give an excellent account of themselves when they take to the stage from October 2-4 at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino.
The squad will include 2014 Mr Barbados Hoskyn Worrell, as well as newcomer Lana Richards who excited fans in the bikini fitness segment of the show. Deidre Archer who continues to impress with her development is also expected to do well in ladies physique. Marlon Dottin and the imposing Ramon Dodson who thrilled fitness enthusiasts in the men’s physique category at nationals are also in the squad which will be managed by Dr Andrew Forde.
The full team is: Curtis Kirby (Flyweight); Michael Worrell (Bantamweight); Shaquille Lavine (Welterweight/Juniors); Hoskyn Worrell (Light Middleweight); Joseph Bourne (Light Middleweight); Laron Gibson (Middleweight); Dorrell Coulthrust (Light Heavyweight); Stevenson Belle (Heavyweight); Deidre Archer (Ladies Physique); Tanisha Cross (Ladies Fitness); Ramona Morgan (Ladies Body Fitness); Janelle Butcher (Ladies Body Fitness); Kathy-Anne Greenidge (Ladies Body Fitness); Domini Alleyne (Ladies Bikini Fitness); Shakira Douglin (Ladies Bikini Fitness); Lana Richards (Ladies Bikini Fitness); Natalie Webb (Ladies Bikini Fitness); Melissa Burrowes (Ladies Bikini Fitness); Marlon Dottin (Men’s Physique); Jamil Jones (Men’s Physique); Ramon Dodson (Men’s Physique): Richardson Boyce (Chief Delegate); Dr. Andrew Forde (Manager); Carl Moore (Coach – Bodybuilding); Shirley Garnes (Assistant Manager – self sponsored); Matthew Pilgrim (Coach/Fitness, Bikini, Body Fitness); Walter Sobers (Judge).
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