Space Gym 2.0 commits to Kares CrossFit Caribbean Championship
Continuing its corporate and social responsibility to the nation, through partnerships with organisers of sport events, is one of the ways Space Gym 2.0 gives back to Guyanese.
This was once again evident when support was handed over to the organisers of the upcoming Kares CrossFit Caribbean Championship.
Jennifer Thomas, a representative of Space Gym 2.0, handed over a cheque to Jamie McDonald, one of the principals of the Kares CrossFit Caribbean Championship, cementing the gym’s commitment to the event.
Thomas noted that Space Gym 2.0, which is located in the Royal Orchid Mall on Mandela Avenue, Georgetown, has always been supportive of sport in Guyana ever since it opened up its doors for business.
“We have seen the growth of muscle sports in Guyana and are more than pleased to be part of this marque fitness event which also involves athletes from many other countries. This can only help to push our athletes even further as they compete against the best from other nations.”
In expressing gratitude to Thomas and the owners of Space Gym 2.0, McDonald said that with a prize package of over G$5 million, the contribution of the gym is well appreciated.
“It’s never easy bringing off quality competitions the likes of what we are doing, but what makes it worth the while is corporate partnerships the likes of Space Gym 2.0. We look forward to a very exciting competition as we welcome the best athletes from six nations, including Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, French Guiana and Barbados.”
The competition is set for April 15-16 at the National Aquatic Centre and the National Park, where over 40 fitness professionals will compete for top honours. There will also be a Teen competition.