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Photo Release - LIME CARIFTa Game                                                                                                                                      LIME Marketers Yanique Forbes and Stephen Miller caught ‘Jamaica Fever’ at the 40th staging of the LIME Carifta Games held at the Montego Bay Sports Club in Montego Bay this weekend.
Ian Allen/Photographer
Johnathan Reid (right) gold medalist in the high jump at the just-concluded Carifta Games, kisses the hand of Minister of Sports and Culture Olivia Grange when she greets them at the airport.
Adrian Frater photo
Jamaica's Ashinia Miller (left) prepares to launch the shot put, during the Under-20 boys' competition at the CARIFTA Games, at the Montego Bay Sports Complex yesterday. Miller established a new meet record for the event.

 is full flight on his way to breaking the CARIFTA Games Under-20 shott putt record in Montego Bay yesterday.
Aderian Frater photo
Jamaican fans celebrate another success on the final afternoon of the LIME CARIFTA Games, at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, St James, yesterday.
Adrian Frater photo
Orane Wint is alone at the finish line as he takes gold for Jamaica in the boys' Under-20 5000 metres, on yesterday final afternoon of the LIME CARIFA Games at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, St James.
Jamaica’s Peta Gay Williams speeds to the finishing line to win yet another gold medal for Jamaica at the 40th CARIFTA Games, which was staged in Montego Bay over the Easter weekend.

                                                      -Adrian Frater: Photo
Adrian Frater photo
Jamaica's Yanique Thompson (second right) crosses the finish line to win gold in the Under-17 girls' 100m hurdles final during the LIME CARIFTA Games, at the Montego Bay Sports Complex yesterday.
Yohan Blake

Photo by Anthony Foster
Jamaica's Yohan Blake poses after stopping the clock in a scintillating, record-breaking time of 10.11 seconds at the CARIFTA Games in the Turks and Caicos on Saturday evening. Blake, 17,  broke Raymond Stewart's 10.19 seconds, which stood for 23 years as the national junior 100-metre record.
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