Qualifying rounds for bodybuilders vying for the South Pacific Bodybuilding Championship.

September 17,2018

Close to 30 athletes participating at the SCC this year will be competing for a spot at the SPBC that will be held from 26th to 28th October this year. In August, the Fiji Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation’s President Vilash Chand made the announcement that this will be the first time for Fiji to host such an international event.

For local athletes, the SCC will be the launching platform for international opportunities and will boost the overall development and growth of the sport.

Defending 2017 Suva Classic title holder, Fenton Mania said preparation is well underway and is looking forward to defending the title this year.

The 2017 Suva Classic Men’s Physique title holder, Shaneel Goundar said competition is fun and each competition enhances the knowledge of local athletes with an array of great physiques and great bodybuilders.

There is also an open category for Pacific Islanders who are in the country either for work or studies like we did last year.

The Federation is inviting enthusiasts, supporters and future athletes to rally behind the country’s top bodybuilders and witness the evolving sport. Its not always about building muscles but also raising awareness on mental discipline and simply staying fit and healthy.

The event will be held on Saturday 29th September 2018 at the Britannia Ballroom, Grand Pacific Hotel. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday 20th September from the USP & Metro Gym at $15.00 per person.

For more information, please contact Ronal Rishay on 9026246 & Vijit Prasad on 9470688

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