James Places Second In Diamond Cup In UK

October 21, 2016

Hafid James recently competed in the Diamond Cup held in the United Kingdom, earning second place in his class and third place in the IFBB Elite Class Championships.

This marked his last competition for 2016, following recent international finishes of first [twice], second [twice], and third [once].

“The last few shows have been very tough but my achievements are a blessing. I have to thank my coach, Carmichael Bryan, and Sergio White of Positive Results; Cecil Mitchell, the Grenada Bodybuilding Federation President; and my sponsor, the amazing Kara of Kara’s Kitchen, for preparing my meals all year round,” he said.

“I would like to specially thank my mother, Marian James, and my brother, Shae James, who did their best to ensure I was raised in a loving and safe environment. Sadly, not everyone can say they had this sort of childhood.”

Hafid James Bermuda October 17 2016

“Child Sexual Abuse is real and so are the long-term effects on victims. This is a subject we do not talk about or want to believe it happens but it does. We tend to see and judge individuals for who they are or what they are doing but it is not often that we wonder what is the root of their behaviour.

“Research has shown that some effects of child sexual abuse range from drug addiction to anti-social behaviour to self-harming among others.

“I am no expert in this field but, luckily, we have an amazing programme called ‘SCARS’, ran by the lovely and passionate Debi Rivers, which offers necessary education about child sexual abuse. I believe anyone who has a connection with children would find the courses informative and valuable.

“The children of Bermuda have immense potential so let’s protect their childhood to protect their future.”

For more information, visit the website, call 297-2277, or email info@scars.bm

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  1. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII says:

    My hat goes off to you bro. Training is one thing but the diet is 75% of the challenge.