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Inniss tops class

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 16 November 2019


Asa Inniss is Mr Schoolboy 2019. (Picture by Jameel Springer.)

The wait is over for Asa Inniss.

Seventeen-year-old Inniss was the class of a seven-man field and walked away champion of the National Sports Council’s Mr Schoolboy Bodybuilding Competition at Combermere School on Friday night.

The auto mechanics student at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology also won the Best Poser and Most Muscular awards before an audience that included 2019 Mr Bridgetown winner Shaquille Lavine,  multiple Darcy Beckles Classic winner Hoskins “Biscuit” Worrell, top bodybuilder Joe Bourne, professional bodybuilder Lindon Belgrave and former national cyclist Deidre Mayers.

The improved Inniss, who competed in the Upper Junior Boys Bodybuilding segment last year, and showed undefined legs, was close to the entire package. (RG)

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