Jamaica International Invitational in pictures
Prime Minister of Jamaica Portia Simpson Miller (centre) declares the Jamaica International Invitational meet open at the National Stadium last Saturday. She is sandwiched by Dr Warren Blake (left), president of the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) and minister with responsibility for Natalie Neita-Headley. (PHOTOS: BRYAN CUMMINGS)
Double Olympic 400m hurdles champion, Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic, does an impression of the 'To Di World' pose to the delight of Usain Bolt's coach Glen Mills after the former won his pet event in 49.21 seconds.
Bert Cameron (right) and Olympic 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu of Great Britain take in the action at the Jamaica International Invitational meet at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Jamaican-born Sanya Richards-Ross (right) in discussion with parents Archie and Sharon Richards at the National Stadium on Saturday.
London 2012 Olympic 400m silver medallist Luguelin Santos of the Dominican Republic endeared himself to the crowd with this pose after winning the 400m in 44.82 seconds.
London 2012 Olympic 400m silver medallist Luguelin Santos (right) of the Dominican Republic edges American World champion Lashawn Merritt. Santos won in 44.82 seconds with Merritt second in 44.86. At left is Youseff Al-Masrahl of Saudi Arabia, who finished third with 44.96 seconds.
Kylie Hutson of the US spectacularly clears the bar at 4.50m to win the pole vault event at the Jamaica International Invitational at the National Stadium last Saturday.
American Gia Lewis-Smallwood swivels as she let fly the discus in winning the event with a throw of 59.96m at Jamaica International Invitational at the National Stadium last Saturday.
Double Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce poses with fans after winning the 200m in 22.53 seconds at Jamaica International Invitational at the National Stadium last Saturday.