Tuesday, 19 March 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Stephen Miller + Calabar Lions + Yohan Blake + Yendi Phillipps + PM Simpson-Miller

THE BRIGHT SIDE: Mar. 16, Kingston. The LIME booth was the place to see and be seen on Saturday's final day of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Championships inside the National Stadium. A host of celebs and sporting stars passed through, including world 100M champion Yohan Blake, seen here autographing a copy of the programme for a fan and apparent Calabar supporter. (Photo: LIME)

GETTING A GRIP: Mar. 16, Kingston. She is, after all, the long-serving Minister of Sports, so it's no surprise that PM Portia Simpson-Miller put in an appearance at Champs 2013 on Saturday to witness the record-shattering performances on the track and to greet the likes of LIME's sponsorship manager, Stephen Miller(Photo: STUSH)

STADIUM STATUS: Mar. 16, Kingston. Proving that it ain't over till it's over, the Calabar Lions of Red Hills Road made no bones about celebrating their 23rd hold on the Mortimer Geddes Trophy, the symbol of athletic supremacy at Boys' Champs. Calabar amassed an impressive 299 points to fend off challenges from longtime rivals Jamaica College and Kingston College. Michael O'Hara was named champion boy, while St. Jago's Kimone Shaw copped the girls' equivalent. (Photo: STUSH)

BUSINESS CLASS: Mar. 13, Kingston. Yendi Phillipps (centre) and members of the Digicel team were in the mix recently at the Avaya Evolutions Expo, staged at the Jamaica Pegasus. Avaya Evolutions is an annual event put on by Avaya to inform and inspire both upper-management and endusers in the business environment, featuring industry and thought leaders focused on transformative business results related with collaboration, customer care and networking technologies. (Photo: Yendi Phillipps)




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