Monday, 6 May 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce + Jah Cure + Busy Signal + Veronica Campbell-Brown + Usain Bolt

LUCKY GUY: May 5, St. Andrew. The World's Fastest Man, along with youngsters representing the Usain Bolt Foundation, are seen here performing Bolt's signature 'To Di Worl' pose following a brief handover ceremony on Sunday at the UWI/Usain Bolt Track at Mona, where Bolt was presented with a special-edition Nissan Gold GT-R supercar, one of the most highly coveted luxury motor vehicles on the planet. (Photo: Usain Bolt)

SHINE BRIGHT: May 5, St. Andrew. Bolt, the reigning World's Hottest Man (lest we forget), was only too happy to take his golden new GT-R prize for a spin, stopping by his Marketplace hotspot, Tracks & Records, on Sunday afternoon. (Photo: Usain Bolt)

DYNAMIC DUO: May 4, Antigua. These days, hitmakers Busy Signal and Jah Cure are on the move more than ever, bringing their fiery brand of reggae and dancehall to fans across the region. Most recently, they touched down in Antigua for concert performances on the weekend. (Photo: Busy Signal) 

GOLDEN GIRL: May 4, Kingston. The atmosphere inside the National Stadium was simply electrifying last Saturday evening, as the Jamaica International Invitational (JII) took place, featuring appearances by such elite track stars as Allyson Felix, Warren Weir, Tyson Gay, and Veronica Campbell-Brown, seen here speaking with members of the press after winning the 100M event. (Photo: Jamaica Olympics)

ROLE MODEL: May 4, Kingston. The Jamaica International Invitational meet also provided a wonderful opportunity for our homegrown athletic superstars to bond with their fans of all ages. Olympic champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was only too happy to sign an autograph for this young miss. (Photo: Jamaica Olympics)




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