Running for a cause

Published: Tuesday | February 19, 2013 Comments 0
They're off to a great start.
They're off to a great start.
Kelly Tomblin seems to be everywhere, including at the Sigma Run.
Kelly Tomblin seems to be everywhere, including at the Sigma Run.
The disabled are also regulars at the annual run. - photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
The disabled are also regulars at the annual run. - photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Sprint Queen Merlene Ottey took time out of her busy schedule to join the run.
Sprint Queen Merlene Ottey took time out of her busy schedule to join the run.
Mother and baby move ahead of the Continental Baking Company (National) team.
Mother and baby move ahead of the Continental Baking Company (National) team.
Richard Byles, president and CEO of Sagicor, is in a relaxed state of mind at Sunday's Sigma Corporate Run.
Richard Byles, president and CEO of Sagicor, is in a relaxed state of mind at Sunday's Sigma Corporate Run.

The annual Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run took place on Sunday and representatives of the business and social circles were out in full support. Here are some of those spotted by our camera.

While 9,888 persons finished the open run race, an additional 5,896 completed the open walk section, and 13 crossed the line in the wheelchair race, making for a total of 15,797 persons who made it to the end of the run/walk.



 



 





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