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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | June 22, 2017 | 6:00 AM
From left: Hurdler Megan Simmonds; Allie McNab, adviser to the minister of sport; and Lyshon Davis, iCool brand manager, pause for our lens during the launch of ‘Chasing Grace’ and ‘Run with Me’, written by Olympian Sanya Richards-Ross and launched at the Spanish Court hotel on Saturday.
Daniel Richards, nephew of Sanya Richards-Ross, reads an excerptfrom her book ‘Run With Me’.
Olympian Sanya Richards-Ross (left) flips through her book ‘Chasing Grace’ with iCool brand manager Lyshon Davis and Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia Grange, during the book launch on Saturday in the Valencia Suite at the Spanish Court hotel.
‘Run With Me’. Sanya Richards-Ross’ story penned specifically for children.
Peter Levy (left), IAJ vice-president, shares lens with BCIC’s Dorothy Russell-Clarke; Dr Michael Abrahams (second left); and Dr Wendel Abel (right), at the Insurance Association of Jamaica Life Underwriters and Claims Administrators Seminar at the Courtleigh Hotel in New Kingston recently.
We caught up with (from left): Orville Johnson, executive director of IAJ; Natalie Lumsden; Angela Goodin, chairman, IAJ Life Underwriters and Claims Administrators Committee; and Dr Geoffrey Walcott at the Insurance Association of Jamaica Life Underwriters and Claims Administrators Seminar.
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Jamaica-born Olympian Sanya Richards-Ross was in the island last week to launch not one but two books that she has written - Run with Me and Chasing Grace. Launched at the Spanish Court hotel in New Kingston, she also made a donation of books to her alma mater - Vaz Preparatory.