1spotmedia to bring Bolt's farewell 'to di worl'
Legendary Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt will run his last race on Jamaican soil on June 10 and pay per view on www.1spotmedia is the place to watchit.
Bolt ran himself into the international limelight at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, during the World Junior Championships in 2002, and now, in the same venue, at the JN Racers Grand Prix, the beloved global track and field icon will bid farewell to his home crowd.
Sign up now on www.1spotmedia.com for the Racers Grand Prix Pay Per View to access your early bird season pass for US$13.99 to watch Bolt's final run in Jamaica. This offer ends on June 1. The Racers Grand Prix, a premier track and field meet which showcases the best of local and international athletics, will be streamed live from the venue as a pay-per-view event on www.1spotmedia.com.
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The meet will feature appearances from prominent athletes, including Bolt; Yohan Blake; Asafa Powell; Wayde van Niekerk; Mo Farah; Trayvon Bromell; Tori Bowie; Danielle Williams; Blessing Okagbare; Kaliese Spencer; Javon Francis and Warren Weir.
Outside of Jamaica, patrons of the Racers Grand Prix can log on to the pay-per-view experience and access the event live anywhere, anytime, right across the globe by downloading the 1spotmedia App on Android or Apple tablet and smartphone devices available in the Google Play Store and in the Apple App Store, or by visiting www.1spotmedia.com on PCs.
- Early Bird Season Pass:
US$13.99 (Ends Thursday June 1)
- Regular Season Pass:
Viewers in Jamaica can watch the event on the go via TVJ and TVJSN for FREE on www.1spotmedia.com or on the 1spotmedia app.
The 1spotmedia portal is the latest media platform from The RJRGLEANER Communications Group that delivers live and engaging content from Jamaica for the world to see anywhere, anyplace, anytime! Download our app, 1spotmedia, on Android or Apple devices to access the Racers Grand Prix Pay Per View streams on the go, or visit www.1spotmedia.com. There are thousands of hours of video on demand content and live streaming of four television brands and five radio brands with credible content.