Off the track
Kingston College students and supporters participate in the annual march from the school to the National Stadium on Friday. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

The colour and spectacle associated with the annual Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association/GraceKennedy Boys' and Girls' Championships were on display inside and outside the National Stadium in St Andrew on Thursday and Friday.

Here are photo highlights.

Six-year-old Malachi Beckford gets a close view of competition on the track with the use of a pair of binoculars on Friday. The youngster, who attends Great Start Academy in St Elizabeth, told the Jamaica Observer that he hopes to receive his secondary education at Munro College. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
No doubt which school has his support! (Photo: Collin Reid)
Time to check my messages. (Photo: Collin Reid)
Beautiful supoport for Wolmer's! (Photo: Collin Reid)
Just chillin' in-between the races.(Photo: Collin Reid)
Time for a snow cone. (Photo: Collin Reid)
Kingston College cheerleaders take a break between the action on the track. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
We come bearing gifts...(Photo: Collin Reid)
A Jamaica College supporter gives a thumbs up.(Photo: Collin Reid)
Enjoying the competition, no doubt. (Photo: Collin Reid)
This nuts vendor takes a break. (Photo: Collin Reid)

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