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Something Extra

Published:Friday | March 27, 2015 | 3:00 AM
Dionne Forbes heads to the finish with grace.
Fit like fiddles are (from left) Carl Brown, Bethany Young, Lisa Francis, Alison Sutherland, Floret Kelly, Latoya Lindo and Rohan Dixon.
Friends that run together stay together. Here are (from left) Lisa Francis, Staci-Marie Dehaney and Shanique Allen.
Proudly displaying their medals are (from left) Ghana Samuda, Shauna Isaacs and Jeniel Answer.
Dameon Brackett celebrates after completing his run.
From left: LIME's Peter Gayle and Jamdammers teammates Gregoire Schneider and Ido Shilgi are all smiles after finishing Kingston City Run's gruelling 1/2 marathon last Sunday.
With the Kingston City Run 5K successfully under their belt, Wray and Nephew's (from left) Omroy Fletcher, Delford Jackson and Mario Campbell chill out at Emancipation Park.
Bars to Go proprietor, Patrice Wilson-McHugh, proudly shows off her finishing medal after completing the rigorous 10K event at Kingston City Run.
Miss Jamaica World Laurie-Ann Chin poses for a quick pic with Nicola Madden-Greig, co-chair of the Kingston City Run Organizing Committee, before hitting the road for her 5K race.
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Sunshine and clear, blue skies greeted runners as they gathered in New Kingston for the third staging of Kingston City Run last Sunday. Smoke from the Riverton blaze, which had previously forced organisers to postpone the event a week before, had given way to clean air and idyllic running conditions. Despite the rescheduled race date, hundreds gathered for the much anticipated half marathon, 10K and 5K competitions, including out of towners from Montego Bay and even international racers from the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the United States. Here is your daily dose of EXTRA!