PHOTOS: Sigma Run 2018

Sunday, February 18, 2018

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The 2018 staging of theSagicor Sigma Corporate Run came and went this morning, and among its patrons were Prime Minister Andrew Holness and sprint legend Usain Bolt and his 'A-Team'.

The 20th anniversary of the event attracted a record of 26, 519 participants wholined up along Knutsford Boulevard for the official start of the biggest charity road race in the Caribbean this morning.$50 million was raised this year, to help the run's two beneficiaries: the Spanish Town Hospital Neonatal Unit and the St Christopher's School for the Deaf.

Winners on the day included:

Ryon Chambers, who won the Male Open segment in a time of 18.28 minutes;

Ann-Marie Finegan, who won the Female Open section in a time of 23.27 minutes;

Duwell Allen, who won the Male Walker section in a time of 29.18 minutes;

Paula Sinclair, who won the Female Walker section in a time of 37.34 minutes;

Jamaican Paralympian AlphansoCunningham, who won the Male Wheelers Segment in 25.15 minutes; and

Sylvia Grant who won the Female Wheelers Segment in 31.23 minutes.




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