Diverse pack of local runners and walkers celebrate UN Day

A small but spirited group of runners and walkers assembled for a multinational tour of downtown Cayman in celebration of United Nations Day.
Although hardly making a dent in the total of the reported 130 nationalities represented here,
enthusiatic citizens of the Cayman Islands joined with persons linked to Australia, Switzerland, Jamaica, the Isle of Man, the United Kingdom, Wales, Canada, Guyana,the Netherlands, the United States, and South Africa.
Scott Brittain, recently arrived from Down Under, cruised the two loops of the course to turn in a time of 11:16 for the two-mile event. Runnerup was local teenager Marlon Crowe at 11:32.
Another teenager making a name for herself on the local distance running scene, Kedeen Foster, was decked out in a Jamaican running outfit, and took honors for the ladies with a 13:41
clocking.
Gil Comins, with an accompanying fourfooted friend in matching costume, placed second in the ladies division at 15:43.
National costume awards were presented to Eziethamae Bodden, Wendy Freeman and Colin Wright, and Tina McLaughlin.
Thanks are expressed to Island Companies, The Wharf, Cobalt Coast, Progressive Distributors,
Triple Crown, Little Tokyo Mongolian Grill, Cayman Taffy Company, and Breezes by the Bay.

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