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Hundreds turned out for the 2021 Guardians Alive 10K and 5K races Saturday morning, 10 April, along West Bay Road. “There were almost 400 people...
The annual event Guiding the Way, which raises awareness of Girlguiding in the Cayman Islands, is scheduled for this Saturday at Safehaven.
The annual Jingle Bell 5K and 10K Walk/Run, which raises funds for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, will be held on Sunday, Dec. 9, and organizers say registration for the event is now open.
Movers for Life, a group that advocates fitness and healthy living, will hold a 10K run/walk on Monday morning.
As if we needed any more of a reason to dip our toes into the tropical waters of this island paradise, the Flowers Sea Swim returns on Saturday for its 26th anniversary.
Shan Harriman is finding ways for her daughter Lexi to fly. Ms. Harriman and Lexi, 10, participated in the Autism Awareness Walk/Run in April, and now they are staging a fundraising race of their own to allow them to continue in their favorite pursuit.
For such a small island, Cayman has an action-packed annual community social calendar. This year was a busy one. From fun runs to music events to glitzy galas, there was something for everyone in 2016. Here’s a roundup of some of the year’s notable events.
Registration is now open for the To Hell and Back 10K Run/Walk on Sunday, Nov. 20, at 7 a.m. There is no race day registration. The race starts at Raleigh Quay Road, next to the Kimpton Seafire resort, and ends at Calico Jack’s on Seven Mile Public Beach.
As darkness falls on Wednesday, Nov. 16, thousands of runners and walkers in more than 50 cities worldwide, including in Grand Cayman, will pull on their running shoes and red flashing armbands and head for the door. The Run in the Dark starts at 8 p.m. outside Margaritaville.
Pirates Week has scheduled its 5K on the first weekend of festivities and the “To Hell and Back 10K” on the final weekend of events. Both run/walk events are geared for people of all fitness levels.