NeuroSpine Services Inc. supports Clarke’s CAC pursuits
Reigning Central America and Caribbean (CAC) bodybuilding champion Kerwin Clarke has received support from NeuroSpine Services Inc. ahead of his participation in the 2021 championship, set for El Salvador from August 11 to 16.
Clarke, who won gold in the Under-176lbs Class at the last championship is 2019, is grateful for the assistance provided by NeuroSpine Services Inc., which specialises in brain and spinal care in Guyana.
“I’m most grateful for the support,” the Guyanese bodybuilder told News Room Sport. “They have always been supportive of my efforts and hard work in the sport of bodybuilding.”
To ensure his participation at the event, Clarke has also received backing from Fitness Express, proprietor of Fitness53 gym Ramnaresh Sarwan and the Guyana Olympic Association.
Clarke said his preparation for the championship is on track.
“I’m satisfied where I am currently. I’m putting the pieces together in order to put out an outstanding performance in El Salvador.
NeuroSpine Services Inc., in a statement, indicated that the support for Clarke is part of its corporate social responsibility.
The company wished the athlete well as he aims for gold at the championship.
Clarke aside, Guyana would be represented by another CAC medallist Emmerson Campbell, along with Rosanna Fung, Yannick Grimes, Roger Callendar, Darius Ramsammy and Nicholas Albert.
According to a release, the Guyana Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (GBBFF) looks forward to having President, Keavon Bess, lead its delegation along with at least one coach to ensure that the athletes are taken care of.
Bess said he firmly believes this team represents the “elite stock” of athletes in Guyana and they are confident they will produce medals, given a decorated history locally and internationally for some.