Saturday, 10 June 2017

ON THE SCENE: Highlights from CFW launch, Children’s Gospel finals, Racers Grand Prix press conference, and more

REASON TO SMILE: June 8, Kingston. A perennial contender who specializes in results, American sprint darling Allyson Felix shares lens time with the World’s Fastest Man, while participating in the athletes’ press conference ahead of Saturday’s JN Racers Grand Prix, set to draw a supersized home-crowd to the National Stadium. (Photo: Skkan Media) 

FRONT ROW: June 7, Kingston. The festivities to mark the arrival of Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW) 2017 off to a stylish start with a press launch at the Courtleigh Hotel & Suites, bringing out the movers and shakers from fashion and entertainment, like Pulse’s Safia Cooper and Reggae Sumfest’s Joe Bogdanovich. (Photo: Sleek) 

POWER PLAYERS: June 5, Kingston. Still going strong in his eighth decade on the planet, former Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga (left), and Sagicor Group Chairman Richard Byles, grace the National Stadium field, ahead of the start of Monday’s National Premier League finals between Portmore United and eventual victors Arnett Gardens. (Photo: Sleek) 

UP CLOSE: May 28, Kingston. On hand to present trophies to the top awardees after show-stopping performances at the National Children’s Gospel Song finals, at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, culture minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange shares a light moment with the show’s guest performer Rondell Positive. (Photo: Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange) 

BOY WONDER: May 26, United States. Jamaica’s Deneiro Hines is a picture of total concentration, as he represents us at the 2017 Scripps Howard Spelling Bee Championships in Washington DC. Hines, a junior at Clarendon’s Glennmuir High, who missed out on spot in the final round, was among scores of spellers from around the world participating in the hypercompetitive tournament this year. (Photo: Scripps Howard)

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