Published: Thursday | September 12, 2013 Comments 0
Minister with responsibility for sports, Natalie Neita Headly, is seen presenting a copy of Arnold Bertram's recent publication, The Making of a Sprinting Superpower - Jamaica on the Track, to outgoing president of the IAAF, Lamine Diack, during the recent IAAF World Championships held in Moscow. Bertram's path breaking study traces the development of athletics in Jamaica over the past century.
Our lovely Miss Jamaica World Gina Hargitay continues to create a stir on her quest for the Miss World crown. Pictured here, Gina sports a traditional Indonesian dress called a 'bodo' to represent the different islands of Indonesia.
The special-needs teachers aboard the Digicel Catamaran Cruise, (from left) Alixann Narcisse-Campbell, principal of the Naz Children's Centre; Sara Crnko, head of the Special Education Unit; Judine Hunter, programme manager for special needs at the Digicel Foundation; and Roxanne Robinson, secretary for the Naz Children's Centre, beam lovely smiles aboard the catamaran, as they sailed the waters of the north coast on Sunday. - Contributed
Sporting matching smiles partying at last week's Ultra++ are (from left) Nneka Alveranga, Staci Smith and Camille Kidd. - Contributed
Ultra++Ultra ambassadors Simone Neilson (left) and Russell Huie (centre) got cosy next to Stacy Neilson, as our shutterbugs roved inside the Ultra++ Lounge last Saturday.
Ultra ambassador Alex Lawson was caught flexing with his dark beauty of choice - coffee patron - at Sunday's Ultra++ outing on the north coast. - Contributed
The countdown continues as we continue to watch the progress of our queen in Indonesia competing for the Miss World crown, and Ultra++ continues to be the Saturday night party spot at the Fiction Lounge. Make Thursday your EXTRA special social day!