Worrell best of the bodybuilders
DEFYING FATHER TIME, Hoskyn “Biscuits” Worrell, at the age of 50, captured the prized Mr Barbados bodybuilding title for the third time over the weekend.
Stepping on the nationals stage for the first time as a light heavyweight, Worrell breezed through a sub-standard competition devalued with the absence of established names such as Stevenson Belle, Laron Gibson, Michael Worrell, Dorell Coulthrust and Sammy Eastmond.
“I was disappointed the guys didn’t come because then I would know who is the king. I would have wanted Belle and the boys to come out but I am happy with what I presented,” he said.
There was no heavyweight, welterweight or bantamweight, and Worrell was the only light heavyweight.
The biggest field was in a mediocre lightweight class which attracted four entrants. Curtis Kirby of First Fitness Gym & Training Centre ruled this division, with Roger Streeks of Krackans Gym, second.
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