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Makyn The Shot

Published:Saturday | August 22, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Jamaican supporters cheering on the national track and field stars at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China yesterday.
Jamaican track and field fan Tifanny Butterfield at the Bird's Nest Stadium in China yesterday.
Young American sprint sensation Trayvon Bromell winning his 100 metres heat in 9.91 seconds in Beijing yesterday.
Jamaica's Salcia Slack in action in the 100 metres hurdles, the opening event of the heptathlon, at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing yesterday.
Jamaica's Annsert Whyte (left) competing in heat three of the men's 400 metres hurdles in Beijing yesterday. Whyte placed fourth in 49.10 seconds to advance to today's semi-finals. American Kerron Clement (right) won the heat in 48.75.
Jamaica's Nickel Ashmeade (right) looks across at American Tyson Gay during their 100 metres heat in Beijing yesterday. Gay won in 10.11 seconds with Ashmeade second in 10.19.
Jamaica's Leford Green (left) in action in the second heat of the men's 400 metres hurdles yesterday. Green advanced to today's semi-finals as one of the fastest losers after he placed fifth in 49.33 seconds. At right is American Michael Tinsley who was second and at centre, South Africa's L.J. Van Zyl, who placed fourth. Kenya's Boniface Tumuti (not in photograph) won the heat in 48.79.