KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Former Political Ombudsman and pastor of the Faith Cathedral Deliverance Centre, Herro Blair, in collaboration with Reverend Jim Whittington of the World Deliverance International is donating an ambulance to the Kingston Public hospital.
The official handing over of the vehicle is scheduled for tomo ...more »
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Olympic sprint champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce powered down the track this afternoon to run her personal best of 7.04 seconds in the XL Gala's 60m sprint in Stockholm, Sweden.
Fraser-Pryce competed against five other women including the Ukraine's Mariya Ryemyen, who came in second in 7.17 seconds, and Myriam Soumare from France, who finished third in 7.22 seconds.
She came in second in 7.09 seconds on Saturday over the same distance in Birmingham, England behind Murielle Ahoure, who ran a personal best 6.99 seconds.
The United States' Carmelita Jeter finished fourth on Saturday in 7.18 behind team mate Barbara Pierre.
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