Linden’s ‘Skip to my Lou’ competition attracts large turnout
An event that generated much fun and frolic, the Linden Town Week recently hosted its ‘Skip to My Lou’ competition, attracting a large number of participants.
The competition saw individual and school team rivalry in various categories, namely Individual and Pair Freestyle, Double Dutch, Last Man Standing and Invitational Fusion.
In the Individual Freestyle, Alicia Bynoe won the Primary school category, with Rodel Greene finishing second and Sheneeza Outar third.
In the Secondary School, Marlon Abrahams of Linden Foundation Secondary won the Boys division ahead of Prince Beckles of Mackenzie High and Omar Rose of New Silver City Secondary.
On the distaff side, Amesha Charles of Mackenzie High, Ashanti Antigua of Christianburg/Wismar Secondary and Akiela Johnson of Mackenzie High were the top three finishers in that order.
In the Pair Freestyle competition, Regma Primary won the Primary School category, while Mackenzie High topped the Secondary School division.
Mackenzie High also won the Double Dutch competition for Secondary Schools, while Christianburg won the Primary School segment.
The Last Man Standing competition was won by Rodel Greene in the Primary School Male category, while at the Secondary level, Orin Fraser was the champion.
New Amsterdam Secondary, Wakapoa Secondary and Richard Ishmael were the top three schools in that order in the Invitational Fusion. The event was organised by the ‘Skip to my Lou’ organisation and sponsored by Coca Cola.