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Something Extra - Friday

Published:Friday | May 6, 2016 | 12:00 AM
MoBay City Run’s oldest participant, 76-year-old 5K runner, Gerline Nelson, celebrates on-stage after the event.
RIU’s Frank Sondern (second left) is all smiles as he accepts his prizes for having the largest corporate team at Sunday’s MoBay City Run. Sharing in the presentation are from left: Mayor of Montego Bay Councillor Glendon Harris, Courts’ Dwight Saunderson, and Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett.
JetBlue’s Marlon Wright (left) presents a travel certificate to female 10K winner Chris-Ann Lewis of Rainforest Seafoods.
Sunwing executives, (from left) Susan Oland, Jennifer Lucas and Danya Greenless share lens time with Royalton White Sands’ director of sales, Kerry-Ann Quallo-Casserly at the Old Hospital Park in Montego Bay, St James.
Three-time 10K champion Ronique Williams (left) of Champion Gym hugs Courts’ Jacqueline Edwards-Locke after receiving his Bluetooth music system at the third staging of MoBay City Run last Sunday.
RIU’s Charmaine Tyndale enjoys every moment of the after-party celebrations at MoBay City Run.
Scotiabank is inching towards having the largest corporate team at MoBay City Run. Taking the second-place plaque this year, the bank’s team leaders (from left), Suzan Sinclair and Janet Richards accept their prizes from Mayor of Montego Bay Councillor Glendon Harris.


We end this week out west, as hundreds of runners converged in the tourist capital to run for education in the third annual MoBay City Run. Here are the highlights.