Journalist – Sport
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Spencer Fordin holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent 16 years writing for MLB.com prior to moving to Grand Cayman. Fordin, a native of Port Washington, NY, has worked in New York, Baltimore and Toronto before relocating to Cayman in 2017.
ARTICLES BY SPENCER FORDIN
Cayman’s medical community banded together on Thursday to prepare a shipment of supplies for the storm-ravaged people of the Bahamas. Representatives of the Health Services Authority, CTMH Doctors Hospital and Health City Cayman Islands all contributed to the effort to send supplies.
Cayman’s youth football ladder is about to become more complete.
The youth of Bodden Town will have a free football event this weekend.
Nathaniel Forbes is still riding a wave of adrenaline from his international cycling debut.
Canada spoiled Cuba’s debut in its Cayman home away from home.
There’s a surprising team atop the standings in the C level of the CONCACAF Nations League.
Top-level international football comes to Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Tuesday night, when Canada and Cuba will square off in a CONCACAF Nations League game.
The Cayman Islands brewing community is mourning the loss of Allen Chu Fook, the first general manager of Cayman Islands Brewing Company.
Hurricane Dorian left the Bahamas Tuesday after lingering in the area since Sunday night, and several of the country’s regional neighbours have begun putting together donations to support its recovery.
Even as Hurricane Dorian continued to wreak havoc in the Bahamas Monday, relief efforts were already getting under way.
The boats are old, and so is the wisdom that went into making them.
Diver Paul Egleston is healing and in good spirits after being bitten by a nurse shark on Saturday.
Jerome Ameline just planned to go home, not to step atop another winner’s podium.
Every space and every cage is occupied at the Cayman Islands Humane Society.
Earl La Pierre’s musical odyssey continues to expand his legacy in Cayman, Canada and beyond.
Molly Kehoe did not just lift her team with her scoring last week. She ranked as the top goal-scorer in the regional competition.
The Cayman Islands Premier League will be back next month with a brand-new format.
Truman Bodden Sports Complex will be the host of two CONCACAF Nations Leagues football games in September, and tickets will go on sale for both those games on Thursday.
A spartan training schedule is nothing new for Scott Ruby. Ruby, one of Cayman’s most prominent endurance athletes, stepped up in class last week with a standout performance at the North American Championships of the Spartan Race.
They only needed to win by one goal, but the home team just could not stop scoring.