Sunday, May 29, 2016


More than 100 take part in Flow sea swim

In perfect weather and sea conditions, 109 swimmers took part in the Flow 800m Sea Swim, one of the first competitive sea swims of the season.

Kanuga tackles Keys100 this weekend

Ultra-distance runner Kerri Kanuga is back on the fundraising trail this weekend.

Lions Sprint Meet set for Saturday at aquatic center

The Lions Club and Stingray Swim Club will host the annual Lions Sprint meet on Saturday at the Lions Aquatic Centre.

Burger Shack wins 6th championship

Burger Shack continued their reign after going undefeated for a third consecutive season and securing their sixth championship.

New chapter in rugby starts Saturday

In Cayman rugby’s book of stories, a new chapter starts at 6 p.m. Saturday at Truman Bodden Stadium when the Cayman Islands face off against the Bahamas.

Cayman brings home roller hockey medals

Thirty youngsters representing the Cayman Islands traveled last weekend to Atlanta, Georgia, where they faced off against teams from the U.S., including from North Carolina and Georgia.

5K to raise money for vocational scholarship

The first Fred Speirs 5K Walk/Run will be held at 6:30 a.m. Saturday at the Holiday Inn to raise money for the Fred Speirs Vocational Grant.

Man City wins Youth Football Cup

Manchester City FC won the 2016 Cayman Airways Invitational Youth Football Cup with an 8-0 victory over the Cuba National U-15 team at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Sunday.

Bolt victorious but ‘race rusty’ in opener

Sprint king Usain Bolt left the Cayman Islands admitting he was a little “race rusty” but confident he will be back to his fluent best as he takes another step toward Olympic immortality.

Cayman track star ready to test himself against Bolt at Invitational

As a six-year-old outsprinting his friends in playground races at George Town Primary School, Kemar Hyman knew he was fast.
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