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Sigma pulls record crowd for a cause

Monday, February 19, 2018

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A total of 26,519 people participated in yesterday's Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run, the largest number yet in the annual 5K road race held to raise money for charity. Organisers said they realised the $50-million target and will disburse the funds to this year's beneficiaries — St Christopher's School for the Deaf in St Ann, and the Spanish Town Hospital Neonatal Unit. Here are photo highlights of the event.

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