Commonwealth Games pictorial — August 2, 2022
Para athlete Shane Hudson stretches during a training session on Sunday.
Supporters of Jamaica's Sunshine Girls show their loyalty by displaying the Jamaican flag during the netball match against Barbados.
From left: Paulette Simpson, deputy chief executive officer-corporate affairs at Jamaica National Bank UK; diver Yona Kight-Wisdom; gymnast Danyella Laura-Kaye Richards; Alando Terrelonge, state minster of gender, culture entertainment and sport; and Christopher Samuda, president of the Jamaica Olympic Association are caught in a light mood during a welcome lunch and dinner hosted by Jamaica National at Commonwealth Manor in Birmingham, England.
Jamaica's Shadian Hemmings (right) tries to steal the ball from Barbados's Latonio Blackman in their netball game during the Birmingham Commonwealth Games at the NEC Arena on Monday. Jamaica won 103-24. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Shot putter Lloydricia Cameron goes through her paces during a training session on Sunday.

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