Women run for a cause at Sagicor Sigma Run
Feona Bartley from TeamScotiabank races across thefinish line with her daughter intow.

The Sagicor Sigma Corporate Team Bubble Run saw participants from over 50 registered teams out in their numbers on Sunday, March 20, and among them were hundreds of women. Dressed for comfort in their team colours, athletic wear and sneakers, the ladies showed up and out as they contributed to the Sagicor Foundation's goal of raising at least $50 million towards the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH).

The Corporate Team Bubble Run was the first of two in-person events that form part of Sigma Run 2022, with the other being the invitational run on March 20.

All Woman spotted several women championing the cause as they ran with their teams and families.

Angelika Wollenweber,managing director of theJamaican InfrastructureOperator (JIO), was the fastestwomen's finisher in the SagicorSigma Corporate Team BubbleRun on Sunday
Captain Tony-Ann Panton (left) and ShernetteCornwall pause for a pose at the start line beforethey run, as part of the Jamaica Defence Force'steam in the Corporate Team Bubble run on Sunday.
Olympic 100-m hurdlesmedallistMegan Tapper(left) smiles asshe collectsa plaque fromTara Nunes,CEO of SagicorInvestments, forher contributionas one of thepatrons for the24th staging ofSagicor SigmaRun.
Sagicor Life Financial Advisor Sannicia Coward keeps ahealthy stride as she completes the 5.5-kilometre roadrace on Sunday
(From left) Demi Dinham, Anya-Kaye Fisher, ChantalGarriques and Jadanne Jackson, all members of thePricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) team, are all smiles aftercompleting the road race together.

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