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Cayman’s gymnastics association and squash club have confirmed their athletes that will represent the Cayman Islands at the 2021 Junior Pan American Games next month.
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...
Jillian Crooks made her Olympic debut Wednesday (28 July) morning and broke her own national record in the process.
The Cayman Islands Olympic team includes two athletes about to make history at the Tokyo Games.
A six-athlete delegation is representing Cayman in the Pan Am Games, which will officially open at 6pm Friday with a gala opening ceremony at the Estadio Nacional de Peru.
Cayman Associated School of Karate’s Sensei Pedro Reis has been selected to represent the Cayman Islands at the World Karate Federation’s 24th Senior World Championship in Madrid, Spain, in November.
The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee named the three-athlete delegation that will compete for Cayman at the III Summer Youth Olympic Games that will take place in Argentina in October.
Cayman’s Olympic Committee has a new home, thanks to a crucial assist from the Panam Sports organization. Cayman opened its new Olympic House – the first permanent facility of its kind – on Thursday with a brief ceremony that featured speeches from some visiting dignitaries.
The 21 athletes who represented the Cayman Islands at the XXI Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, Australia from April 4-15, have all packed up and returned home.
The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee has a new place to call home.
It’s been a trek four months in the making, but the Queen’s Baton, the Commonwealth’s equivalent to the Olympic flame, will land in Cayman on Friday as part of its 388-day journey leading up to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
The Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organization will hold its annual board meeting on Grand Cayman starting on Sunday at the Westin resort. The two-day conference is expected to review the World Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation into and derailment of Russia’s state-sponsored athletics doping before the 2016 Olympic games, among other issues.
Cayman’s Olympic athletes, led by flag-bearer Ronald Forbes, joined thousands of athletes from around the world Friday in the parade of nations at the 2016 Summer Games opening ceremony in the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Swimming siblings Geoffrey and Lara Butler have been selected to represent the Cayman Islands at the Summer Olympics, rounding out a five-athlete team that will compete in Rio de Janeiro next month on the biggest stage in sport.