CBTT Nicola Robinson lifts CariFin Aerobic Title
Nicola Robinson of Central Bank was the last person standing after a little more than one hour in the CariFin Aerobics Burnout. After a close encounter with last year winner Mumtaz Amarali of RBL the judges give the nod to Robinson. Over 100 participants started in this the final event of the 4 part series of the CariFin Urban Challenge – Aerobics Burnout. This took place on Wednesday May 12, 2010 at the Central Bank plaza and started at 5.15 p.m.
The crowd which consisted of a large number of home based CBTT fans erupted in ecstatic jubilation as Robinson was the last person left on the floor. This win for CBTT continued the good run of success that CBTT have been enjoying in the female category by picking up top 3 placings and a victory in the previous running Urban Challenge running events through the in-form Esla Anthony.
Mumtaz Amarali was no walk-over in the “Plaza” as she was coming into this final event of the Urban Challenge with a win in probably the toughest of the 3 running events – The Green Mile. Amarali pulled off the 1st win of her CariFin career as a runner over the much fancied Crystal Ann Awia of GHL – the most celebrated runner of last year and Esla Anthony the winner of the One Lap Savannah.
In the end the CariFin Aerobics Burnout was a fine display of physical endurance and prowess from the full slate of over 100 participants who started to the final 5 that represented the crème de la crème of fitness in the industry. This shows the potential and the level of excellence that exist among our ranks.
The top 6 places in the events in ascending order were, 6th Shirifa Baskh, 5th Krystle Gomez of RBL, 4th Filomi Marcano of First Citizens, 3rd went to Esla Anthony CBTT, 2nd Mumtaz Amarali of RBL and Nicola Robinson of CBTT took 1st place. In the male category Ryan Pierre of GHL took 1st place.