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Published:Sunday | December 4, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Ricardo Makyn captured Jamaica's Omar McLeod (centre) as he won gold at the Olympic Games in Rio and earned for himself the first prize from the PAJ for sports photography.
Michael Samuels caught saying a prayer moments before he started his GSAT exam on Thursday, March 17, 2016 at the Central Branch All-Age School, gave Jermaine Barnaby the top prize for human interest photography.
Jermaine Barnaby's picture of Jockey Andree Powell (right) and two others trying to settle BELIEVE at Caymanas Park on Monday, October 19, 2015, also won a certificate of merit for sports photography.
Gladstone Taylor's image of a woman being lifted over the crowd after being injured during a PNP rally in the Corporate Area was the only picture to be awarded in the news photography category.
Gladstone Taylor earned a certificate of merit for sports photography with this entry of jockey Jevanne Irwin scoring an easy win aboard the Philip Feanny-trained JENNANDROSESGIRL at Caymanas Park.
Ian Allen's magnificent picture of the final sunset for 2015 captured along the Vineyards leg of Highway 2000 in St Catherine earned a certificate of merit in the human interest category.

Gleaner photojournalists swept the top prizes at the 2016 Press Association of Jamaica's Annual Journalism Awards on Saturday, November 26, and we have the images which wooed the judges.