[www.inewsguyana.com] – 2014 Hugh Ross Classic winner Kerwin Clarke says that his win on Saturday evening (March 29) was heavily reliant on the proper execution of his game plan.
“I stuck to my game plan and that got me my Title,” said an excited Clarke.
The Buddy’s Gym Athlete who was also crowned the winner of the event in the 2013 edition continued by thanking his fans and his camp who pushed him to get back the title after suffering an injury recently.
Clarke, the winner in the male light middleweight segment said that he had to do therapy in order to fully rehabilitate himself and was even more driven to win back the title.
He overshadowed the Guyana Defence Force’s Devon Davis, Sylvester Andrews of total fitness gym took the third spot and Marlon Benette of X-treme fitness gym took fourth.
The bantamweight division was taken by Davis while in the Lightweight division saw Benette taking the top honours.
The welterweight division was won by total fitness gym’s Andrews who outshone the competition while the heavyweight division was won by Winder gym’s Alex Hamilton.
The Ms Physique category was won by GDF’S Alicia Fortune while X-treme fitness’s Denzelyn Clarke was the winner in the Ms Bikini contest and the Ms. Figure competition was won by Nadia Taharally.
IFBB International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness poser Jeff ‘Classic’ Beckham also wooed the crowd with dazzling displays of physique and skill during the show stopping Guest pose segment and closed it off by thanking the HRC for making him a part of their 2014 event.