Dyer is speediest kid

Cayman Islands Cadet Corps 5km was competitive with most of the top places being taken by Cayman’s aspiring champs.  

Dominic Dyer is only 15 and already looks set for big things. He took first place in 17 minutes, 08 seconds on Sunday. The course started and finished beside the mini-track at the rear of John Gray High School. There were 49 finishers.  

Tahj Lewis was second in 17:47 with Tobias Muchene (18:32) third. There was a clean sweep for the female tracks stars with Tiffany Cole – who had tripped and fallen during the race – getting up to win in 21:20. Kiara McLaughlin was second and Marlena Williams third. 

The top male team was MDRs of Dyer, Lewis and Delano Callender who finished fourth in 19:21. Top female team was MDR Gurls of Cole, McLaughlin and Williams.  

Fastest mixed team was Sandy McCombs, Phil Thompson and Steve Bingham. 

Organizer Derek Larner of Race Caribbean, said, “Thanks to BDO for being sponsor and to Deputy Governor Franz Manderson for offering his support. A big thanks also to Phil and Hilary Riposo, Tony Mendez, Jerry Harper, Laura Manson and Delroy Mattias along with the CICC volunteers.” 


Tom Gammage soldiered through the pain.


Dominic Dyer is Cadet Corps champ at 15.

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