Jamaican-born Mason who represented and won silver for Great Britain died in April after losing control of his motorcycle.
Jamaican legendary sprinter Usain Bolt was pictured helping to dig the grave of his late friend and Olympic silver medallist, Germaine Mason.
Jamaican-born Mason who represented and won silver for Great Britain died after losing control of his motorcycle in accident in April.
Mason was said to be returning from a soca party in a convey that had Bolt and another Jamaican sprinter Michael Frater when the accident happened.
Bolt was reportedly at the scene shortly after the accident.
From some videos that have emerged on social media, Bolt is seen helping to dig the grave where Mason will be buried.
Mason won silver at the high jump event for Great Britain, his father’s homeland at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Before representing Great Britain, he won bronze for Jamaica at the 2004 world indoors, silver at the 2000 world juniors in Chile and bronze at the 2002 world juniors in Kingston.