From the stands and beyond
With Jamaican coloured hats and face masks these fans leave no doubt that they are Jamaican to the bone.Photos: Collin Reid courtesy of Courts Ready Cash, Sports Development Foundation and Jamaica Tourist Board

For the past 10 days the World Athletics Championships, held at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon in Eugene, USA, have provided excitement and high drama on the track and on the field.

But no sporting event is complete without fans, so photographer Collin Reid, who is on assignment for the Jamaica Observer, turned his lens off the track for a while to give readers a view of spectators in the stands and beyond.

The Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce quartet
Cheering another Team Jamaica track victory.
Wrapped in the flag
"You've already seen the hair, now check the nails," seems to be the message from 100m World Champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce to this games official.
The Trini Posse is here!
Representing Barbados
The message on his shirt says it all.
Nuff love for Shericka after her victory.
Decked out in the national colours, they are ready for the games.
Artist Jess Brinkart at work outside the stands.
Games officials take a small break for the lens.
Games mascot 'Legend the Bigfoot' tries his hands at camera work.

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