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In the glow of the early morning sun, Sonita Morin Abrahams, owner and director of popular Kingston yoga studio Afya, is in cheerful spirits as she gets imprinted with her race number for her leg in the Jake's Off-Road Triathlon.
Triathlons are a family affair for mother and daughter Angela (left) and 14 year-old Alexandra Beckford. Alexandra took part in both the adult and kids triathlon events during the weekend. Dad, Alan Beckford is president of the Jamaica Triathlon Association.
Jamaica's triathlon representative at the debut of the sport at the 2000 Summer Olympics Games, Iona Wynter was on hand to officiate and inspire at the Jake's Off-Road Triathlon.
From February's Sigma 5K Run to Sunday's Jake's Off-Road Triathlon, Team PanCaribbean is always getting their workout on! Carlette DeLeon, managing director of Breakthrough Communication and Suzette Shaw-Reid, Group PR Officer for Pan-Caribbean, were part of a large contigent from the company, who had a sponsored team at the Jake's Off-Road Triathlon.
Sir, you've been outmatched! Solid Agency's Chris Campbell can only attempt to match the vivacity of the diva-esque pose offered to our camera by Rennae 'Lady Rennae' Garel at 'Village Fever'.
Renena Wright (right) and Madeline Green show us they're single and ready to mingle at the mardi-gras themed edition of the singles lyme, 'Village Fever', held last Friday at Village Blues Bar.
Major style points awarded to (from left) College Lifestyle TV host, Christina Benjamin and fashion designers Camesha Powell and Keneea Linton for their chic head-to-toe looks at Red Bones Blues Café last Friday.
The lovely Diba Mohammed (left) and Laura Butler enjoys a girls' night out at Blu Grass @ Red Bones. The live music event held last Friday at Red Bones Blues Café featured the multi-genre band, Blu Grass in the Sky.
CGR Communications advertsing guru, Zina Malcolm, gives a gleeful smile befitting of its own marketing campaign at Blu Grass @ Red Bones.
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