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Get Ready for the CariFin Chancellor Climb

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 This Wednesday Chancellor Challenge is going to be hot

 Runners need to position themselves well on Wednesday for the Chancellor Challenge, to be comfortable placed for the Sevilla Grand Finale.

Some Runners: This Wednesday Chancellor Challenge is going to be hot Team Supporters Weigh in: The runners need to position themselves well on Wednesday for the Chancellor Challenge, to be comfortable placed for the Sevilla Grand Finale.  Port of Spain, Monday, May 06, 2013.  CariFin runners are all excited about the Chancellor Challenge race on Wednesday May 08, 2013. Many feel the pace is going to be "hot" as this is the 3rd of the four part running series. The race is schedule to start at 5.00 pm at the bottom of Chancellor Hill and make its way to the finish line at the top.  Following the trend of the first 2 races, only the winners in the male and female running events and male walking looks certain to retain their position. According to John Donaldson, former CariFin cross country champion, "among the men it is possible for positions to change between 2nd and 6th places based on the results of the last 2 events". Consistency is the key to participation, success and taking home the big prizes in this year's games. As we saw from event to event so far the participation figures has dropped a bit. Because of the Nature of Games you would have to do 3 of the running or walking event (The Best of three) or all four running and walking (The Best of 4) events to be considered for prizes in the running and walking category. Aleem Cassim, Manager of Human Resources at Intercommercial Bank asserted, “My Staff are excited to participate in every event and to do well.” Rashad Blenman of GHL came in 11th in 16.33 in the 1 Lap Savannah to only jump to 2nd place in the Green Mile in a decent 5.43. 2nd place in the 1 Lap Savannah Richard Avery of GHL who did 14.19 but missed the Green Mile, may just come back and add to the excitement and uncertainty of the Chancellor Challenge. Michael Lucess is know for his hill running ability and it would be interesting to see how he handles it after a 15th place 6.14 Green Mile, that is after taking 5th place around the savannah 15.55.  Among the female runners Wendy D’arbasie seem to be having her own way with this present field, with her CBTT colleague Esla Anthony being the only person close to her. In the walk, Harrrikissoon seems well position to make it three in a row and it would be left to see if Marcia Pierre could continue that dominance she gained in the Green Mile. For more information about CariFin Games check out www.carifinonline.com, or email wayneroberts445@gmail.com. For information: Wayne Roberts  http://funfitnessfriendship.com www.carifinonline.com Contact: wayneroberts445@gmail.com Phone #: 487 - 9487   Some Runners: This Wednesday Chancellor Challenge is going to be hot Team Supporters Weigh in: The runners need to position themselves well on Wednesday for the Chancellor Challenge, to be comfortable placed for the Sevilla Grand Finale.  Port of Spain, Monday, May 06, 2013.  CariFin runners are all excited about the Chancellor Challenge race on Wednesday May 08, 2013. Many feel the pace is going to be "hot" as this is the 3rd of the four part running series. The race is schedule to start at 5.00 pm at the bottom of Chancellor Hill and make its way to the finish line at the top.  Following the trend of the first 2 races, only the winners in the male and female running events and male walking looks certain to retain their position. According to John Donaldson, former CariFin cross country champion, "among the men it is possible for positions to change between 2nd and 6th places based on the results of the last 2 events". Consistency is the key to participation, success and taking home the big prizes in this year's games. As we saw from event to event so far the participation figures has dropped a bit. Because of the Nature of Games you would have to do 3 of the running or walking event (The Best of three) or all four running and walking (The Best of 4) events to be considered for prizes in the running and walking category. Aleem Cassim, Manager of Human Resources at Intercommercial Bank asserted, “My Staff are excited to participate in every event and to do well.” Rashad Blenman of GHL came in 11th in 16.33 in the 1 Lap Savannah to only jump to 2nd place in the Green Mile in a decent 5.43. 2nd place in the 1 Lap Savannah Richard Avery of GHL who did 14.19 but missed the Green Mile, may just come back and add to the excitement and uncertainty of the Chancellor Challenge. Michael Lucess is know for his hill running ability and it would be interesting to see how he handles it after a 15th place 6.14 Green Mile, that is after taking 5th place around the savannah 15.55.  Among the female runners Wendy D’arbasie seem to be having her own way with this present field, with her CBTT colleague Esla Anthony being the only person close to her. In the walk, Harrrikissoon seems well position to make it three in a row and it would be left to see if Marcia Pierre could continue that dominance she gained in the Green Mile. For more information about CariFin Games check out www.carifinonline.com, or email wayneroberts445@gmail.com. For information: Wayne Roberts  http://funfitnessfriendship.com www.carifinonline.com Contact: wayneroberts445@gmail.com Phone #: 487 - 9487   CariFin runners and walkers are all excited about the Chancellor Challenge race on Wednesday May 08, 2013. Many feel the pace is going to be “hot” as this is the 3rd of the four part running series. The race is schedule to start at 5.00 pm at the bottom of Chancellor Hill and make its way to the finish line at the top. Following the trend of the first 2 races, only the winners in the male and female running events and male walking looks certain to retain their position.

Marcia PierreAccording to John Donaldson, former CariFin cross country champion, “among the men it is possible for positions to change between 2nd and 6th places based on the results of the last 2 events”.

Consistency is the key to participation, success and taking home the big prizes in this year’s games. As we saw from event to event so far the participation figures has dropped a bit. Because of the Nature of Games you would have to do 3 of the running or walking event (The Best of three) or all four running and walking (The Best of 4) events to be considered for prizes in the running and walking category. Aleem Cassim, Manager of Human Resources at Intercommercial Bank asserted, “My Staff are excited to participate in every event and to do well.”

Rashad Blenman of GHL came in 11th in 16.33 in the 1 Lap Savannah to only jump to 2nd place in the Green Mile in a decent 5.43. 2nd place in the 1 Lap Savannah Richard Avery of GHL who did 14.19 but missed the Green Mile, may just come back and add to the excitement and uncertainty of the Chancellor Challenge. Michael Lucess is know for his hill running ability and it would be interesting to see how he handles it after a 15th place 6.14 Green Mile, that is after taking 5th place around the savannah 15.55.

Among the female runners Wendy D’arbasie seem to be having her own way with this present field, with her CBTT colleague Esla Anthony being the only person close to her.

In the walk, Harrrikissoon seems well position to make it three in a row and it would be left to see if Marcia Pierre could continue that dominance she gained in the Green Mile.

For more information about CariFin Games check out www.carifinonline.com, or email wayneroberts445@gmail.com.

For information: Wayne Roberts

http://funfitnessfriendship.com

www.carifinonline.com

Contact: wayneroberts445@gmail.com

Phone #: 487 – 9487

 

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