Don’t Miss Chancellor Challenge
Come and witness history, let’s see if the current top performers in the 1 Lap Savannah and the Green Mile would be dethroned by another more determined dark horse. Can the dream team, Jean Paul Drakes and Abijah Ronaldo Nelson-Phillip of Republic Bank Ltd (RBL) in the male run do the triple/double for RBL and make it 1st and 2nd in this third event, on the hill?
For the female run, the winner of the last two events and arguably the strongest opponent, Central Bank’s (CBTT) Salina Scott seems determined enough and likely to be the one to make it to the top, as 1st place finisher among the women. Christine Regis had it easy in placing 2nd in the two previous events for ANSA Financial Services but does she have what it takes to hold on to that position on the Chancellor Climb? CBTT’s consistent Chelsea-Ann Phillip, could she maintain that critical 3rd position for CBTT?
Could Tessa Weekes also of RBL go unbeaten on the hill in the walking category? Could she be joined in the top 3 by Michelle Redon-Girod, and the 1 Lap winner and the 3rd place finisher in the Green Mile for the Male version of the Walk – Gian Corbie to secure RBL’s dominance so far in the Games?
JMMB was brought into the top three positions in the running category for the first time in the series, their representative Derrick Perousa made his first appearance for JMMB and unleashed a fast finishing kick with Phillip to take 3rd place, but the succinct question is, can he perform better on the hill? Only next Wednesday would reveal. Guardian Group’s representatives Atiba King completed the Green Mile in 10:44, capping 1st place in the male walking category with his colleague Anastacia Logie placing 2nd for the females. Could Guardian Group retain their place on this climb and more importantly keep Guardian Group in the hunt? All of these questions would be answered on April 26th 2017, on the Hill?