3 Zambian body builders in Arnold Schwarzenegger contest


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THREE Zambian Body Builders to take part at the 2019 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic competition in Johannesburg, South Africa from May 17-19,
According to Zambia Body Building and Fitness Federation president Cornelius Chanda who confirmed their participation named the trio as Sylvester Mwila, the Current Mr. Zambia Champion, Clement Shamboko Mr. Zambia’s runner-up and Joseph Tembo current Mr. Kabwata.

Chanda said he was optimistic that body builders would meet the people’s expectations.
Mwila who was caught training at T&T Gym in the show grounds by the Sun Sport, said that he had taken part in the tournament for three times and did not want to finish forth this time around as he was gunning for the first position.

Other body builders Shamboko and Tembo were also found training at the Universal Gym and promised to bring back good results.

Chisha Banda ZBBFF Secretary said that after the Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic tournament the team will go flt out into preparations for the Iron Man and Mr. Africa which would be held in Angola.

He also appealed to sponsors to come on board to support the ZBBFF because it had not reached the target to take the three body builders to South Africa.

He expressed hoped that this time Zambia would cause an up-set at the tournament which has been dominated by South Africa for some time.


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