George Goes Pro As Antigua and Barbuda Makes Good CAC Bodybuilding Showing

Antigua and Barbuda’s newest IFBB Elite pro, Dwayne George (left), poses with former national bodybuilder Steve Williams following his success at the CAC Championships over the weekend. Antigua and Barbuda also had a fruitful showing in the pro division of the championships.
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By Neto Baptiste

Antigua and Barbuda had a fruitful showing at this year’s CAC Bodybuilding & Figure Championships held in Barbados over the weekend with one athlete, Dwayne George, returning with an offer to take his game to another level as an IFBB Elite pro.

This, after George competed in the Men’s Classic Bodybuilding division and finished ahead of his rivals before going on to capture the overall title. George also competed in the men’s Bodybuilding category, claiming gold in that division and silver in the overall competition.

Steve Simon, also of Antigua and Barbuda, grabbed the silver medal in the same category.

There was gold for Duncan Corbin as well after he claimed the top prize in the Men’s Physique category, but placed second in the overall competition to just miss out on the pro card. Yvette Butler, competing in her first CAC Championships, captured the Masters Bikini title, winning gold in the 35 & over category. She then went on to take silver in the overall category.

Women’s Bikini Fitness competitor Makiva Elvin finished second in the 164-centimeter category, while there were bronze medal finishes for Kayla Joseph in the Wellness Fitness category and Brad Benjamin in Men’s Physique.

Jameel Knight and Shaquille Thomas were third and fourth respectively in the Men’s Classic Physique.

Meanwhile, in the pro section of the CAC Championships, the Roger Boyce Classic, Antigua and Barbuda dominated the Bikini segment with competitors finishing first, second, third and fourth.

Ambassador Kimberly Percival dominated the division to finish in the number one spot with Leanna Carrington and Michelle Seaforth placing second and third respectively, while Geanna Jules grabbed a fourth place finish.

In the Classic physique division, Bernard Percival muscled his way to the top spot with Randy Christopher finishing third. Kenroy Christian won silver in the Men’s Physique with Anthony Nurse picking up bronze.

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