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Published:Tuesday | August 8, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Sutherland Global’s Odetta Rockhead wears the national colours oh so well.
British cameraman Bryan Day seems to have changed nationality as he joined the Jamaicans in the stands.
The Gleaner’s Janet Silvera shares lens with Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton as they cheered on the Jamaican athletes.
Attorney Lincoln Eatmon, second vice-president of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association, and his better half, Stacy-Ann Young.
Michael Lee-Chin (right) and Delano Seiveright celebrating in the stands.
Grammy Award-winning artiste Shaggy (second right) shares the spotlight with (from left) Joe Bogdanovich, Delano Seiveright, Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, wife Carmen, Chris Dehring, Ann-Marie Vaz and hubby, Minister Daryl Vaz, and Robert Russell.
Stephanie Muir brightened up the station in her Cinderella hat.
Seya Rose Henzell gives her cousin Bee Todd a piggyback ride at the stadium.

Omar McLeod's victory in the 110-metre hurdles on Monday has given the throngs of Jamaican supporters in London much to celebrate. Today, we bring you more black, green and gold highlights from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at the 16th IAAF World Championships.