2012 RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards

Published: Sunday | January 13, 2013 Comments 0
Usain Bolt arrives for the ceremony.
Usain Bolt arrives for the ceremony.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (right) and MVP Track Club President Bruce James arrive at the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards ceremony.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (right) and MVP Track Club President Bruce James arrive at the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards ceremony.
Sportsman of the Year Usain Bolt receives a kiss from Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller during the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards Ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Friday night.
Sportsman of the Year Usain Bolt receives a kiss from Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller during the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards Ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Friday night.
Sportsman of the Year runner-up Yohan Blake receives his trophy from RJR Sports Foundation board member Grace Jackson.
Sportsman of the Year runner-up Yohan Blake receives his trophy from RJR Sports Foundation board member Grace Jackson.
From left: RJR National Sportsman of the Year nominees Yohan Blake, Hansle Parchment, Usain Bolt, Nicholas Walters and Warren Weir share the stage at the awards ceremony. Cricketers Christopher Gayle and Marlon Samuels, along with sprinter Nickel Ashmeade, were not present at the function.
From left: RJR National Sportsman of the Year nominees Yohan Blake, Hansle Parchment, Usain Bolt, Nicholas Walters and Warren Weir share the stage at the awards ceremony. Cricketers Christopher Gayle and Marlon Samuels, along with sprinter Nickel Ashmeade, were not present at the function.
Glen Mills (left) receives the Sagicor Iconic Award from president and CEO of Sagicor, Richard Byles.
Glen Mills (left) receives the Sagicor Iconic Award from president and CEO of Sagicor, Richard Byles.
Flanked by Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (left) and former Digicel CEO Mark Linehan, Olympic 400 metres hurdles champion Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic displays a plaque in recognition of his attendance at the ceremony.
Flanked by Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (left) and former Digicel CEO Mark Linehan, Olympic 400 metres hurdles champion Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic displays a plaque in recognition of his attendance at the ceremony.
West Indies legend Michael Holding participates in a discussion with Natalie Neita-Headley (left), minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for sports, and Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, opposition spokesperson for sports.
West Indies legend Michael Holding participates in a discussion with Natalie Neita-Headley (left), minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for sports, and Olivia 'Babsy' Grange, opposition spokesperson for sports.

Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

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