‘Biscuit’ captures third Mr Barbados title

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Hoskyn ‘Biscuit’ Worrell won his third Mr Bridgetown title last night (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

Hoskyn Worrell captured his third Mr. Barbados title last night at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center where the Allmax sponsored- Barbados Amateur Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation National Championship (BABBFF) took place.

Worrell took the coveted trophy unopposed, as his main rival Stevenson Belle did not compete due to a back injury. The in-form Worrell, known as ‘Biscuit’ and hailing from the Fitness Zone Gym will be among those traveling to Bahamas to compete at the Central America and Caribbean Championships slated for September 24 to 27.

In the men’s physique showdown Ryan Haynes of First Fitness Gym and Training Center, edged out the likes of Jamil Jones of J & S Fitness.

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Janelle Butcher of ABC Fitness Studio strutted her way to the women’s overall body fitness title

ABC Fitness Studio captured both the women’s overall body fitness and bikini section through Janelle Butcher and Shakira Douglin respectively.

On the night, former bodybuilder Anderson Forde received a special plaque for his contribution to the sport over the years by president of the BABBFF Andrew Leroy Forde. (ML)

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Anderson Forde (left) receiving a special plaque for his contribution to the sport from president of the BABBFF Andrew Forde

 

One Response to ‘Biscuit’ captures third Mr Barbados title

  1. Tony Waterman August 31, 2015 at 2:46 pm

    This Headline ‘Biscuit’ captures third Mr Barbados title” is GROSSLY Misleading, as there was NO Opposition, he won by DEFAULT/acclamation. when one wins something/Anything, one usually has to fight/Compete for it.
    This is bad Journalism however one looks at it, if this wasnfree, then there was definitely a reason to stop paying for it.

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