Cayman’s election gets high marks for fairness

The Cayman Islands elections "amply met the international standard" for democratic and transparent elections, according to a group of six Commonwealth observers who have been reviewing the voting process this week.

Double winners highlight dressage show

At the final Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation dressage show of the season last Sunday, five riders were double class winners: Stephanie Lloyd, Lara Humphries, Abbey Swartz, Tracey Surrey and Jardae Barnes.

Beach volleyball summer series gets under way

In the beginner’s division finals at the Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball Summer Series, which started last weekend, team Dat Ace Hole defeated New Kids on the Block 21-17. These teams will join the intermediate division at the next matches.

Lions sprint swim meet draws 179 athletes

All four clubs and the Special Olympic athletes competed at the Lions pool on May 20 in the annual sprint swim meet, with a record attendance of 179 athletes.


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