Athletics' finest


December 18, 2015
Contributed Shanice Love (second left) and Clayton Brown (second right) pose after being awarded with the Scotiabank Group/JAAA Howard Aris Scholarships of $250,000 at the JAAA/Scotiabank Golden Cleats Awards, at the Chinese Benevolent Association on Saturday. Both received their awards based on their prowess in athletics and in academics. Flanking the athletes are Lissant Mitchell (right), CEO, Scotia Investments and Hugh Reid, President Scotia Insurance.
Atlanta Olympic Games 400m hurdles gold medallist Deon Hemmings-McCatty
@Normal:The Day sisters Jonique (left) and Christine (right) flank Olympian Kaliese Spencer.<\n>
Mikey Wilson/Freelance Photographer Jamaican athletes Sherone Simpson (left) and Anastacia LeRoy strike a pretty pose at the 2015 JAAA/Scotiabank Golden Cleats Awards.
Contributed Christopher Taylor (right) is presented with the prize for the Best Youth Performance for 2015 by Lissant Mitchell, President, Scotia Investments, at the JAAA/Scotiabank Golden Cleats Awards, at Chinese Benevolent Association on Saturday, December 12. The 15-year-old Taylor clocked an amazing 45.20 seconds to win the 400m at the World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia. The time is an age-group world record.
Scotiabank's Simone Walker poses with JAAA's Marie Tavares.

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association and Scotiabank on Saturday celebrated Jamaicans year in track and field at the annual Golden Cleats Awards ceremony. We have the moments.

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