Sports

Making Antigua proud was the newly-crowned Bikini Fitness Overall Queen, Kimberley Ephraim.

Antiguan pride on stage

BY no means was it an easy task to come up against the likes of Barbados’ Shakira Douglin, but that is exactly what Kimberley Ephraim of Antigua did and won.

Representing First Fitness Gym, Anke Griffith, showed her stunning form and impressed the judges with her conditioned body to earn her way to first place in the Women’s Wellness Fitness category.

Natasha Bonaparte was in a class of her own and commanded the stage in the Women’s Physique class on her way to first place.

C’bean ladies vie in two new classes

They were two small categories but the ladies within the Women’s Wellness Fitness and Women’s Physique showed that the 2017 edition of the Darcy Beckles Bodybuilding Invitational Classic, Bikini an

‘Two bad!’ The National Sports Council gave up their clear lead in the standings when they went down by two goals to the University of the West Indies.

Kadesha Mayers of Kick Start (left) holding Mavericks’ Shakira Farrell off the ball during their one-all draw on Sunday night.

UWI level up with NSC

THE doors have been blasted wide open for the University of the West Indies (UWI) to possibly take their second title in the Barbados Football Association Women’s League.

A thrilling exhibition by seven-time and current reigning Mr. Olympia, Phil ‘The Gift’ Heath, was a tantalising treat for the patrons at the 2017 Darcy Beckles Bodybuilding Classic.

Heath gives advice at 2017 Darcy Beckles Classic

“Your job is not over when you are tired, it is over when the job is finished.” – Phil ‘The Gift’ Heath (2017 Darcy Beckles Bodybuilding Invitational Classic, Bikini & Fitness Championships.)

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