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Published:Tuesday | April 4, 2017 | 12:00 AM
FLOW’s Carlo Redwood (left), Elaine Thompson, and Quinton Fortune, former Manchester United midfielder who was in the island for a youth mentoring clinic, couldn’t resist the allure of Champs.
From left: Don Wehby, CEO of GraceKennedy; Minister of Sports Olivia Grange; Prime Minister Andrew Holness; Olympian and FLOW ambassador Elaine Thompson; and Stephen Price, newly appointed managing director of FLOW Jamaica, are all smiles on the last day of Champs at the National Stadium.
The dynamic duo of Patrice White (left) and husband Donovan White, vice-president, C&W Business, were seen in the stands.
Olympians Elaine Thompson and Asafa Powell were caught enjoying the happenings at Champs.
Red Hills Pond was awash in jubilation yesterday as Calabar High School celebrated retaining their title. Here, CEO of GraceKennedy, Don Wehby (left), and Olympian Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce celebrate with Calabar athletes Dejour Russell (second left) and Christopher Taylor.
Principal of Calabar Albert Corcho, all decked out in his school colours as the Calabar track team celebrate their sixth consecutive victory in the ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys’ Champs at the school yesterday.

The 2017 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Championships was exciting down to the final race on Saturday night. Calabar and Edwin Allen retained their titles in fine style, and Today we bring you the highlights.