SOME LIKE IT COLD: July 25, England. After a day of rigorous training, sprint star Yohan Blake keeps his muscles in check with a crucial ice bath. Blake and the rest of Team Jamaica are set to represent the black, green and gold during the London Olympics, which kicks off with a predictably grand Opening Ceremony, slated for this Friday.
TALENTED PAIR: July 22, New York. The Jamaica-50 edition of the Grace Jerk Festival at the Roy Wilkins Park in Queens was the place to be this past Sunday to catch stirring performances from the likes of Tarrus Riley (left) and Prodigal Son.
FIELD DAY: July 22, New York. Wherever Jamaican-style excitement abounds, can Ity and Fancy Cat be far behind? The mischievous comedic kingpins (seen here with Prodigal) also made the scene at the recent Grace Jerk Fest in Queens.
JAMAICA'S GOT TALENT: July 22, Kingston. Sunday's second live show of Digicel Stars (hosted, of course, by lady in red Terri-Karelle Reid) featured solid performances from stardom hopefuls Smooth (soul/R&B), DSL (Jamaican sound), Richie Bless (gospel) and aspiring pop diva Sharona Jonas.
READY FOR DUTY: July 23, England. Rocking their razor-sharp Cedella Marley/PUMA designs, Racers teammates Warren Weir, Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake mug for the camera at Jamaica's pre-Olympics training camp in Birmingham.
SHINING EXAMPLE: July 24, England. The perfect choice to carry the Jamaican flag, Usain Bolt is set to lead Team Jamaica into the Olympic Stadium at the Opening Ceremony (being artistically directed by Slumdog Millionaire's Danny Boyle) on Friday. Jamaica's contingent for the Games comprises some 50 athletes and 22 officials.