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Cayman’s trademark kindness and generosity made their way to both the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics through a special initiative undertaken by local artists at 3 Girls and a Kiln who designed and created trading pins for the refugee team to call their own.
Shalysa Wray made her Olympic debut Tuesday, 2 Aug., setting a new personal best time in the 400-metre track-and-field event.
Caymanian sprinter Kemar Hyman competed in his third Olympic Games Saturday, 31 July, where he finished seventh with a time of 10.41 seconds in his 100-metre heat.
Caymanian swimmer Brett Fraser competed in his third Olympic Games Friday, 30 July, where he finished second in heat six of the the 50-metre...
Gymnast Raegan Rutty, 19, and swimmer Jillian Crooks, 15, opened competition for the Cayman Islands Olympic team this past week, both debuting and, respectively,...
Jillian Crooks made her Olympic debut Wednesday (28 July) morning and broke her own national record in the process.
Raegan Rutty has made history by becoming the first gymnast ever to represent the Cayman Islands in the sport at the Olympics.
Cayman Islands fans take to social media to voice their support.
The Cayman Islands Olympic team includes two athletes about to make history at the Tokyo Games.
Brett Fraser is set to carry on the Olympic tradition shared by him and his brother, Shaune, when he hits the pool in Tokyo,...
Cayman’s national record holder for the 100 metres in 9.95 seconds, Kemar Hyman, is locked in for his third Olympic Games. Hyman qualified for the...
Five Caymanian athletes representing three different sports (athletics, swimming and gymnastics) will travel to Tokyo, Japan next month for the Summer Olympic Games.
Raegan Rutty has made history, becoming the first Caymanian gymnast to represent the country at the Olympic Games.
Cayman’s Olympian Kemar Hyman has left Cayman to compete at the Aggie Classic Twilight invitational at the Irwin Belk track in Greensboro, North Carolina.