Courts Guyana promises to make fitness walk better than its last edition
It starts at 6 in the Morning on the, 22nd of September, in front of the Main Street head office and is in partnership with the Amateur Athletics association of Guyana President of the AAG, Aubrey Hutson said he will be encouraging all associations to join the event.
Some of the nation’s top athletes are expected to face the starter for several lucrative cash prizes and other incentives. The event will also offer a new twist this year with prizes being offered to the first staffer Male and Female to complete the 3 km run. Marketing Manager Pernell Cummings says Courts is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles and is spending some 2 million dollars to bring the event off.
Defending men champion is Guyana’s top athlete Cleveland Forde.
And one of Guyana’s top athletes 200 /400 meter runner Winston George said the recent exposure at the World championships in Russia went according to his plan except that he just missed out on a place in the second round.
George said he trained with Coach Joe Ryan in the Us and noted that it was a more relaxed atmosphere than in Jamaica where he was focusing on making the 2012 Olympics.