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(Photos) Results of the Northern Bahamas Bodybuilding Championships 2011
Jun 24, 2011 - 10:01:15 AM

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Left to right: Heavyweight Tony Hosey 2nd; Omar Daily, Long Island, 3rd; and Robert Harris, Freeport, overall winner

Freeport, Bahamas - The final Northern Bahamas Championships under it's present leadership of Mr. Maurice Hall President and Trevor Bethel Vice President was held on June 11th at the Regency Theater in Freeport Grand Bahama. The present executive team is in it's final year at the helm of the Northern Bahamas Body Building and Fitness Association, and is not seeking re-election at this present time.
 
The competition saw some of Grand Bahama's best seasoned body builders and fitness athletes go head to head with their countrymen from New Providence and a team of 3 athletes from Long Island headed by the Long Island Body Building and Fitness president Mr. Omar Daley.
 
When the lights came up, and after the turns, the walks, the posing, and flexing was done the following athletes once again proved on that night to be on the top of their game and came out victorious:
 
The results:
 
Body Fitness Short Class: MS. Domonique Wilkenson
Bikini Division: Naeomi Fatal
Masters Women Over 35: Charmaine McNabb
Masters Men Over 40: Raymond Tucker
Masters Men Over 59: Bruce Silvera
Womens Lightweight: Tammy Stubbs
Womens Heavyweight Lorraine LaFluer
Mens Welterweight; Bruce Silvera
Mens Middleweight; Andrew Sweeting 1st, Raymond Tucker 2nd
Mens Light Heavyweight: Paul Longly 1st, Vincent Paul 2nd
Mens Heavyweight; Robert Harris 1st, Tony Josey 2nd, Omar Daley 3rd
 
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Double Biceps Pose from Back

Winning the over all fitness title was Ms. Dominique Wilkenson; Neomi Fatal won the first ever bikini competition; and Tammy Stubbs was the lightweight women's winner and defeated Lorraine Lafluer the heavyweight divisional winner in a much anticipated pose down for the overall female winner. These two ladies will go head to head in two weeks at the Body Building Nationals in Nassau on July 2nd at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort.
 
After defeating Raymond Tucker in the men's middleweight division for the first time, Andrew Sweeting took on Bruce Silvera welterweight, new novice champion Paul Longly and heavyweight champion Robert Harris for the overall men's pose down to determine who would be crown that night. When the points were in, Robert Harris was crowned by Desmond Bain, winner of the last Northern Bahamas Championships.
 
The audience got an extra special treat from IFBB Pro body builder Dominican born Victor Martinez, who placed 3rd in the most recent Arnold Classic and is now preparing for Mr Olympia in September in Las Vegas. As always the show was sold out to a capacity crowd at the Regency, which saw several spectators walked away with cruises and other gym memberships as door prizes.

All photos provided by Godfrey Moore.

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Andrew Sweeting defeated Raymond Tucker in the Middleweight Division


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Side Chest Pose


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Women's Heavyweight winner Lauren


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Guest Poser, Victor Martinez


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Guest Poser, Victor Martinez


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Body Fitness Short Class 2nd Place


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Body Fitness Short Class


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2nd Place Winner, Bikini Tiffany Hynes


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Women's Heavyweight Line Up


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Dominique Wilkinson 1st Place Body Fitness Short Class


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Bikini contestant


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Raymond Tucker Men's Master 40


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Tammy Stubbs Women's Lightweight and overall female winner








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