Green sea turtle rescued from jagged rocks

A large female green sea turtle was rescued in Grand Cayman on Tuesday after a group of residents found her trapped in ironshore rocks on the beach. The turtle had come ashore to nest but was unable to return to the sea because of the high, jagged rocks.

Cayman sprinter Jamal Walton makes a run for the ages

Cayman sprinter Jamal Walton outran his competitors and the history book when he won the 400 meters at the Pan American Junior Championships last week and logged the fastest time by a high school student in 35 years.

Cayman athletes learn on international stage

Cayman Islands athletes performed on a massive stage and competed against some of the best talent in the world at last week’s Youth Commonwealth Games.

Academy excels in youth soccer tournament

Nearly 100 junior footballers with Cayman’s Academy Sports Club took America by storm with their best performance ever in the Schwan’s USA Cup.


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