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Rodney, Vita take 5K

BEA DOTTIN, [email protected]

Rodney, Vita take 5K

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Over 250 walkers enjoyed overcast conditions to take part in Saturday morning’s inaugural Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Barbados 5K Walk which took off from the ICBL building and ended at the Bay Street Esplanade.
The race was started by Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy, who was filling in as Prime Minister, but just about 25 minutes later no one filled in for the usual suspects as Rodney Blackman was the first male home with Veta Batson taking that honour among the women.
The first-placed girl was Erykah Charles while the first boy was Joshua Turton who is a sufferer of cystic fibrosis.
The team honours went to Moore Paragon with Gildan second and Guardian Group third. (KB)