Monday, 18 February 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Beres Hammond + Merlene Ottey + Nugent Walker + Asafa Powell + Diddy + Prof. Errol Morrison + Marcia Griffiths + Usain Bolt

SHOT CALLERS: Feb. 17, United States. The World's Fastest Man greets hip-hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs with a hug during the 2013 NBA All-Star Game on Sunday at the Toyota Centre in Houston, Texas. A couple days earlier Bolt took to the court as a member of Team East for the Sprint Celebrity All-Star Game. (Photo: Getty Images)

KEEN INTEREST: Feb. 17, United States. Sitting courtside, Bolt and longtime business manager and close friend Nugent Walker take a look at his cellphone during Sunday's NBA All-Star Game in Houston. At the end of the match, the West emerged winners, with the MVP award going to guard Chris Paul, who secured 20 points for his team. (Photo: Getty Images)

REGGAE ROYALTY: Feb. 16, Kingston. After a six-year break, the vintage-reggae extravaganza Startime made a welcome return to the grounds of the Liguanea Club in St. Andrew on Saturday with a star-filled lineup including such veteran performers as Marcia Griffiths (doing a duet here with Beres Hammond), John Holt, Ken Boothe and The Mighty Diamonds(Photo: Ishango Photos)

HIGH HONOUR: Feb. 16, Clarendon. Marking the occasion with a handful of relatives and dozens of well-wishers, legendary sprint queen Merlene Ottey was on Saturday bestowed with an honorary doctorate by the University of Technology, presented here by Professor Errol Morrison, on the grounds of her alma mater Vere Technical High during the staging of the annual Ben Francis Invitational Meet. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

WINNERS TAKE ALL: Feb. 17, Kingston. Ace sprinter Asafa Powell (right) poses with two of the individual prize winners at Sunday's Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run in New Kingston, which raked in over $16 million to benefit the Bustamante Hospital for Children, the Jamaica National Children's Home, and the Best Care Lodge Children's Home. An estimated 20,000 walkers, runners and wheelchair participants took part in the 5.5 kilometre run that has become the largest road race in the region. (Photo: STUSH)

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