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Flexing their muscles

Schmarrah McCarthy and Dan Florek took home individual titles while Cayman Barbell Club earned team honours, all with the former world’s strongest man looking on, at the inaugural Cayman Islands Strongman competition held last weekend.

Scholars International Sports Club has won four of the last five CIFA Premier League...

There’s one name at the top of the Cayman football pyramid and everyone else is chasing. Scholars International Sports Club, founded in 1977, has won...

Latinos aim to get back on top

They share a language, a heritage and a burning desire to beat Scholars International.

Anderson plans break from cricket

Former Cayman Cricket technical director Peter Anderson plans to take some time away from the game after being terminated from the post last month.

Rutty lands PB at world championships

Raegan Rutty landed a personal-best score in the all-around competition to finish 158th over the weekend at the 49th International Gymnastics Federation Artistic Gymnastics  World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany.
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New Fencing Federation aims for Olympic bid

The newest sport in Cayman is taking off at the point of a sword. The Cayman Islands Fencing Federation was recently recognised by the Cayman...

Olympian Palmer dives into Cayman swimming scene

Two-time Olympian Hayley Palmer is passing her swimming torch to athletes in Cayman. Palmer, who represented New Zealand in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, is...

World’s strongest man to shake up Cayman

Sports and fitness enthusiasts will be testing their strength and endurance this weekend at the first Cayman Islands Strongman competition, which takes place on Saturday, 5 Oct., at the Lions Centre from 1‑6pm.

Charity Shield kicks off this weekend

Scholars International Football Club, the defending league champions, and Elite Sports Club, the holders of the FA Cup, will come together to kick off the season and play for bragging rights.

Scott’s takes lead in Corporate Squash League

Scott’s Equipment’s Pierce Terry topped Baker Tilly’s Richard Reading by one point in the third and deciding game Thursday, 26 Sept., to propel his team into first place in the Baker Tilly Corporate Squash League.
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