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IN THE NEWS


Hospitals thank Sagicor, says $46 million will help provide vital health services 

– Jamaica Observer

The two hospitals that will benefit from this year’s Sigma Corporate Run have thanked Sagicor for staging the event, saying that the more than $46 million raised will help in the provision of health services, especially during the current novel coronavirus pandemic.   Read more…

First-time entrant Venson happy with Sigma 5k victory 

– Jamaica Observer

After almost a year without track and field due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kevroy Venson showed how delighted he was to return to competitive action with a successful display at the Sigma Sagicor 5K on Sunday.  Read more…

Sagicor stages successful invitational run despite COVID surge 

– Loop Jamaica

Sagicor Group Jamaica pulled off a successful first staging of the Sagicor Sigma Run Invitational 5K event this morning despite a surge in COVID-19 positive cases in the country. Read more…

Sagicor receives additional $4 million in donations for Sigma Run 2021

– Loop Jamaica

Sagicor Group Jamaica, organisers of the charity road race – Sigma Corporate Run, has announced that since Sunday, February 21, it has received over $4 million in donations from corporate entities, individuals and groups, bringing the new total for the beneficiaries to $46.6 million.   Read more…

Venson, Harris top Sigma Invitational Run 

– Jamaica Observer

In only his first outing on the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run stage, Calabar High School’s ace distant runner Kevroy Venson produced a dazzling performance to top the men’s open run category, while Jozanne Harris took the women’s honours at a scaled-down 23rd edition of the event yesterday.  Read more…

Sagicor Sigma Run raises over $42 million for 2021 beneficiaries 

– Loop Jamaica

The 23rd staging of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run has raised $42,017,420 for its three beneficiaries – the Annotto Bay and Port Antonio Hospitals and the Get Back on Track Educational Programme. Read more…

Sagicor Sigma Run raises over $42m for 2021 beneficiaries 

– Jamaica Observer

The organisers of the 23rd staging of Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run have raised more than $42 million for the charity event’s three beneficiaries — Annotto Bay and Port Antonio hospitals and Get Back on Track Educational Programme. Read more…

Sigma Run targets $50 million this year

– Loop Jamaica

The 23rd staging of the Sigma Corporate Run will be seeking to raise $50 million to procure much needed medical equipment for the pediatric and maternity wards of two hospitals in north eastern Jamaica. Read more…

Fitness, fashion, philanthropy- Sagicor launches 2021 Sigma Run Fashion Line

– Jamaica Observer

Great news! The Sagicor Foundation recently launched its 2021 season of Sigma Run Pop-Up Shop clothing line, which provides the perfect win-win opportunity for fitness warriors to build and expand their active wear wardrobe.  Read more…

Hospitals thank Sagicor, say $46 million will help provide vital health services 

– Jamaica Observer

The two hospitals that will benefit from this year’s Sigma Corporate Run have thanked Sagicor for staging the event, saying that the more than $46 million raised will help in the provision of health services, especially during the current novel coronavirus pandemic.  Read more…

Sigma Run 2021 Targets $50 Million

– Jamaica Gleaner

Sagicor Group President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Zacca said the aim of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run this year is to raise $50 million. This year’s event will be done primarily virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with participants running on their own and submitting their times. Read more…

Sagicor targets $50M in virtual run 

– Sleek Jamaica

Sagicor Foundation today (January 11, 2021) launched the 23rd staging of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run and announced that the signature charity race, known for having an average participation of 25,000 persons in New Kingston, will be a virtual run this year due to the current COVID-19 health pandemic.  Read more…

$50 Million Target- Annotto Bay, Port Antonio hospitals to benefit from 23rd Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run  

– Jamaica Observer

Two medical facilities in eastern Jamaica will be the main beneficiaries of this year’s staging of the 23rd Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run, which will be done mostly virtual this year because of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, it was announced yesterday at a virtual press launch.  Read more…

Briana Williams pays courtesy call on PM Holness 

– Jamaica Observer

Double World Under-20 champion and Jamaican track athlete, Briana Williams, paid a visit to the Office of the Prime Minister on Thursday to present printers to Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness for distributing to schools as Jamaica continues to navigate distant learning during the pandemic. Read more…

Port Antonio and Annotto Bay Hospitals to be Main Beneficiaries of Sigma Virtual Run 

– Nationwide

The pediatric units at the Port Antonio and Annotto Bay hospitals will be the main beneficiaries of the  Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the run will primarily be virtual with participants running on their own and submitting their times. Read More

Briana Williams announced as Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run 2021 patron

– Jamaica Observer

Double World Under-20 champion, Jamaican track athlete Briana Williams will serve as the race patron for the 2021 Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run. Eighteen-year-old Williams, who had an outstanding year in 2019 when she won several new titles, shared that she is happy and honoured to be named as the patron of the run.  Read more…