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A photographic look at Jamaica's International Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston, Jamaica

Athletes compete in the boy's 100m race at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 29, 2012. The Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, is one of the oldest athletic championships in the world, with a history of 100 years. About 30,000 people gather to support their schools annually during Champs. Sporting events such as Champs have produced Jamaican athletes such as Asafa Powell and current Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt, who is the fastest man in the world. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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Delano Williams of Munro College celebrates after winning the boy's 100 meters dash final race during Jamaica's Inter-Secondary School Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, in Kingston March 30, 2012. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy

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Fans cheer during Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships , also known as Champs, at Kingston city March 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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An athlete rests after a race at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, at Kingston city March 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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Athletes compete in the boy's 200m race at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 28, 2012. The Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, is one of the oldest athletic championships in the world, with a history of 100 years. About 30,000 people gather to support their schools annually during Champs. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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Athletes compete in the boy's 100m race at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 29, 2012.. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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An athlete rests after his race at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 29, 2012. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (JAMAICA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)

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An athlete is seen during Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, at Kingston city March 31, 2012. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy

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An athlete competes in the boy's long jump at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 28, 2012. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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An athlete competes in the girl's shot put at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 29, 2012. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy

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Girls 100 meter dash CLASS 1, for competitors between the ages of 17 - 19, winner Seidatha Palmer (R) celebrates her first place finisher during Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships, also known as Champs, at Kingston city March 30, 2012. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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An athlete takes cover from the sun at the Jamaica's Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Athletics Championships in Kingston March 29, 2012. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy

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