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Lavine hits two in one

MIKE KING, mikeking@nationnews.com

Added 11 May 2015


Shaquile Lavine (right), Kirk Alleyne (centre) and Tyrone Mayers battling it out in the 2015 Mr Bridgetown muscle contest at Combermere School on Saturday night. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

RAZOR SHARP and symmetrical, Shaquile Lavine became the fourth man in history to conquer the Mr Teenager and Mr Bridgetown in the same night to launch the 2015 bodybuilding season at Major Noott Hall, Combermere School, on Saturday night.

Lavine, 19, overcame a strong challenge from impressive debutant Lamar Coward to take Mr Teenager and then, in the second half of the programme, he captured  Mr Bridgetown from three other rivals.

“I always wanted to be one of the youngest and one of the best. It feels great to win the  Mr Bridgetown, it is a big show. My aim is to go far in the sport and I am happy to win two contests in the same night,” said the former Princess Margaret Secondary schoolboy, who hails from Vauxhall, Christ Church. (MK)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.



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