Stunt scooter rider wows kids at Cayman summer camp

Flips, tricks and extreme feats of athleticism were on show at the Black Pearl skate park this week as pro scooter rider Jai Walker landed in Cayman with a bang.

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.

Jamaica tops Cayman U-19 Men’s rugby team

In the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Men’s U-19s match against Jamaica on Tuesday at Vizcaya Park in Miramar, Florida, Cayman put pressure on their opponents but did not come away with a win.


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