Two CAC Bodybuilding medals for Guyana
- GBBFF President disappointed by inconsistency in judging
Amid many questionable decisions, Guyana’s six-member Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding team finished with two medals at the championship, which was staged in El Salvador at the weekend.
Men’s Physique standout Emmerson Campbell finished with another silver (after claiming one in 2016) in what was described as a head scratching decision to the eventual overall winner, while Rosanna Fung snared bronze in the Junior Bikini category.
Guyana’s other competitors, Kerwin Clarke (80kg) and Yannick Grimes (Men’s Physique), finished fifth and fourth respectively in their categories, while Roger Callender (65kg) and Rawle Greene (80kg and Masters) failed to crack the top six in their respective divisions.
President of the local federation, Keavon Bess, who won Guyana’s bid to host the event in 2024, stated that he was quite disappointed in the inconsistency of the judging but was overall satisfied with the athletes’ performances.
He said: “Congratulation to all the athletes that competed at CAC 2021. We had to overcome so many obstacles to get here and when we got here a lot went against us and with the inconsistency in the judging we still did well. Nevertheless, we did our best and for CAC 2022 we will have a better showing.”