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Muscle meets Docklands

25 Sep 2010

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By Alison Kinkade

Docklands’ Waterfront Venues hosted a fundraiser for 40 of Australia’s best body sculptors on Saturday, September 11.

The event was held to raise money for Team MBS – sculptors from MBS Gymnasium – ahead of upcoming international competitions in America.

Waterfront Venues’ corporate sales and events manager Photini Drivas said the event was held in the anticipation that 80 per cent of the team MBS competitors would make it through the qualifying event.

“The qualifiers are at Moonee Ponds on September 26 and those who make it through will go on to compete in New York, LA and Miami in the following weeks,” Ms Drivas said.

Ms Drivas said the fundraiser was a great send-off for the team and was a huge success with more than 300 patrons attending.

“It was a great night with Australia’s Got Talent runner up Cameron Henderson and DJ- Chuckie Chuck performing and we also held a charity auction,” she said.

The MBS team is the biggest it’s ever been with 40 members, ranging in age from 20 to 55, competing to go overseas.

“I will be going to Moonee Ponds to support them and we wish them all the very best,” Ms Drivas said.

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