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- Tags: Track and field athletes - Jamaica
James Sanford (American)
"The 100m winner: American James Sanford is a long way clear of field as he hits the tape to win the 100m at last night's Norman Manley Games at the National Stadium. Second placed Cliff Wiley also of the USA is hidden by Sanford while Jamaica's Don…
Photograph of Merlene Ottey, Jamaican track and field sprinter.
Merlene Ottey exercising
Track and field sprinter, Merlene Ottey, warming up.
"Elsa gets there first: Morant Bay's Elsa Campbell [left] gets to the tape a long way ahead of her teammate Verona Walker [right] in a record time of 12.0 seconds during ther Eastern Championship's Class Three 100 metres race at the Stadium recently.…
Quarrie receiving Clarke Flores trophy
Jamaican athlete Donald Quarrie being presented with the Clarke Flores Trophy by Avery Brundage, former president of the International Committee
The winning 4x400 relay team, 1952
Members of Jamaica's winning 4x400 relay team [in centre] at the 1952 Helsinki Games - Les Laing, George Rhoden, Arthur Wint and Herb McKenley winners of the 4x400m.
A track event in the stadium
Athletes crossing the finish line during track event.
"THROWING THE DISCUS: Janet Boyd of St. Elizabeth Technical is about to throw the discus 99'5" to win the Class one event."
"1978 Commonwealth Games gold medalist, Jamaican-born Lorna Boothe who runs for England is caught going over the last hurdle to win the women's 100 metres at the Norman Manley Memorial Games on Friday night. Boothe won in 13.46 seconds ahead of…
"Commonwealth gold medal hurdler Lorna Boothe (left) making some adjustments to schoolgirl during the exercise session at the National Stadium yesterday afternoon. The Jamaica-born English representative had the girls going through exercises of…
Bob Marley Mausoleum
Bob Marley's colourful tomb at the Bob Marley Mausoleum in Nine Mile in St. Ann, Jamaica.