Zim dominates Gaborone Classics

HARARE - Zimbabwean bodybuilders missed the crown but grabbed five of the top six slots at the Gaborone Classics event held over the weekend in Botswana

Vincent “Vince Cutter” Kandiero, the reigning Ironman, claimed second- place as he was piped to the crown by Botswana’s Gontse Sechele.

Although Sechele took the title home many of the fans in attendance felt it was a hometown decision and Kandiero should have been crowned the winner.

In third place was another Zimbabwean Upenyu “Big Life” Mahlaulo, who was the 2004 Ironman first

Runner-up while fourth place went to his compatriot Isaac “Sugar” Chimuchenga.

Simbarashe Fero and Donald Maphosa took fifth and sixth place respectively as Zimbabwe underlined its dominance in the regional contest.

Last Sithole, who was the master of ceremony on the remarkable night for Zimbabwean bodybuilders described the contest as the biggest show to be hosted in Botswana.

“The show was of the highest magnitude, best quality ever in the history of Botswana bodybuilding,” said Sithole.

“Vincent Kandiero was the star of the show. He won the hearts of many Motswana’s and there was a lot of booing from disgruntled fans after he was pronounced second.”

Kandiero was described as the thickest, hardest, driest and most ripped guy on stage while Mahlaulo was a surprise package bringing on stage an amazing muscle maturity to give everyone on stage a good run for their money.

Chimuchenga was his usual with thick and ripped frame which meant the contest could have gone either way.

At the end of the day, a bold statement was made by the Zimbabweans as only one Motswana made it into the top six.

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