Denoila Bristol – personal gym instructor

first_imgPersonality Profile Twenty-year-old Denoila Bristol is a gym and personal trainer by profession, model by passion and teaching is her career.She grew up in the mining town of Linden, 3rd Street, Silvertown and later moved to Georgetown at the age of six.Currently, she is the founder and owner of Insane Fitness which was established on July 3, 2018, and entails personal training and group sessions for weight loss, toning and mass gain.As it pertains to modelling, she was trained in Trinidad in June 2015. However, she re-migrated to Guyana and is now attached to KAST Talent Management; founded by Khamisi Slowe.She is fearless and fierce in the arena of modelling. She always thinks of herself as the best, putting aside all issues and worries and just working in her given space to showcase her beauty, boldness and now, baldness.She has managed to balance her busy schedule with various sports and her studies. “So modelling is never just about face and definitely is not just for ‘the dunce and idle people’ as you would mostly hear,” she added.With all the passion she has for modelling and sports, she managed to show the entire world beauty and brains go hand-in-hand by obtaining 15 subjects (inclusive of nine Grade Ones, three Grade Twos and three Grade Threes).She described herself as a ‘pusher’ who knows how to get things done.“I was never born with a “gold spoon” in my mouth and I love that aspect of my life. It teaches me to be independent and dedicated but to never be laid back,” she added.A happy life is a healthy life and as such, she will continue to be the reason “behind” people’s healthy lifestyles, a nurturer and educator to young children and the bold, beautiful and educated young woman in-front of the cameras.last_img read more

Ayimba tips Murunga for Kenya Sevens job

first_img“If you ask me now, there is no other coach better placed for the national team than Pau. (Murunga). He has achieved locally what no other coach has. I mean winning four out of six legs of the circuit is not a mean feat and this is something that he has done repeatedly. Give him the job,” Ayimba said.He added; “I have worked with him and I know his work ethic, I know what he can do and I know he can handle this job.”Murunga is a front runner for the job and speaking to Capital Sport, he says he is optimistic of getting the job based on his experience and achievements both at club and national team level.“When it comes to my achievements, there’s more than winning the circuit. As an individual, I have been with the junior and senior teams in the Olympics and my CV speaks for itself. I have also been able to achieve more as an individual in terms of coaching and technical knowledge,” the tactician told Capital Sport.He added; “I have been there as an assistant coach and I have also worked with the 15s team. I have learned more along the road and I think I am more than able to take over the job when given the chance.”Homeboyz head coach Paul Murunga. Photo/Timothy OlobuluThe Kenya Rugby Union is expected to finalize the process of picking up a successor to Innocent ‘Namcos’ Simiyu whose two-year spell at the helm of the team ends next month.The Union is expected to name the new boss by the end of the month with the Africa 7s and the return of the annual Safari 7s tournament hanging around the horizon ahead of the new World Sevens Series season in November.Meanwhile, Kenya 7s star Jeff Oluoch who also works with Muirunga at Homeboyz believes the tactician is capable of doing the job if given the chance.“He is a good coach and understands the game really well so if he is given the job I have no doubt he can do it. But as a player, I am ready to work with anyone because our job is on the pitch to play,” Oluoch who starred for the Shujaas last season noted.Meanwhile, Murunga has heaped praise on his charges for their emphatic performance in the national sevens series this season where they finished the season with 122 points after getting to five finals in the six legs of the circuit, winning four of them.Homeboyz RFC celebrating after winning Prinsloo 7s. Photo/KRUThe tactician says the performance was down to a good pre-season and a perfect start which saw them win the opening three legs in Nakuru (Prinsloo), Kabeberi (Machakos) and Sepetuka (Eldoret). Murunga was even more delighted topping it up with the Christie title, one he had not won in a while.“We had won the series already just after the quarter finals and coming into the semis, our target was to win Christies and I am glad we did it despite being in a tough final,”“The feeling is good, last year we lost the circuit by two points to Kabras, but we went back to the drawing board and made sur we were able to tick all the right boxes. Winning the first three was a big step to chasing the overall title.” The tactician noted.Meanwhile he has disclosed the team’s intricate balance of youth and experience has been their secret as they have had a good squad depth to last them the entire season.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Former Kenya Sevens head coach Benjamin Ayimba (right) with his then assistant Paul Murunga during the 2016 Safari Sevens at the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 17 – Former Kenya Sevens head coach Benjamin Ayimba has tipped his former assistant and current Homeboyz RFC head coach Paul Murunga to take over the coaching role as the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) prepares to appoint a new boss before the end of the month.Ayimba who worked with Murunga as his assistant during his spell at the national team including in 2016 when they led Kenya to their first ever World Sevens Series Main Cup title in Singapore believes Murunga is the best bet for the job.last_img read more