Financial Sector gears up for 1 mile.
Abijah Phillip tries to make his mark twice in a row
Wendy D’Arbasie hopes to continue in her dominance
On Wednesday April 27th, 2016 at 5.00pm, the Sand Track inside the Queen’s Park Savannah will come alive with the fastest walkers and runners from 10 financial institutions as they gear up for the 2nd competitive event at the CariFin Games 2016 25th Anniversary. The 2nd leg of a 4 part event, Runners and Walkers will be striving not just for the applause of their friends and bragging rights at the event of the day but also personal points to go towards the best overall walking and running champion. Ms. CariFin representatives as well as senior staff members from all participating institutions will come together for some friendly rivalry and healthy competition at this event.
D’Arbasie of CBTT returned to CariFin after 2 years taking the 1st place win with a time of 15.31. It would be interesting to see if she could maintain this dominance in the shorter/faster 1 mile distance to bring it home to team CBTT.
Walker Deodath Harrikisson is looking to write himself in the CariFin Hall of Fame by going for 5 consecutive wins in the Games. Could he keep the momentum? Could he stand up to the pressure of the competition and bringing glory to First Citizens?
RBC Royal Bank has Hazel Tywang-Maharaj to thank for winning the female walking race after a 4 year hiatus keeping RBC Royal Bank in the headlines.
The Financial Services Sector participants of CariFin Games 2016 will be abuzz with excitement and momentum as the members participate, show off their trademark, display their energy and spirit of the games by chanting their slogans and waving their flags in an effort to capture the champion trophy of the CariFin Games 2016.