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Sprint Male Swim Bike Run Finish Time 1. Ray Welds 14:30 32:35 22:26 1:10:38 2. Elliot Vernon 11:48 37:14 22:18 1:13:01 3. Marius Deysel 15:41 34:00 23:18 1:13:57 Sprint Female 1. Simone Walter 14:47 39:45 22:33 1:19:47 2. Kirsten Cellier 14:45 39:19 24:14 1:20:08 3. Sarah Wium 16:26 38:21 23:22 1:20:21 Olympic Male 1. Jason Trautman 23:59 1:03:25 41:25 2:10:01 2. Patrick Harfield 25:37 1:04:41 39:50 2:11:19 3. Marius Acker 23:23 1:08:28 40:12 2:13:13 Olympic Female 1....
The 2019 Cayman Islands Triathlon has come and gone. Check out some of the faces that cropped up along the seas, the sands and...
Patrick Harfield has cemented his reputation as the fastest and fittest person on Grand Cayman after winning the triathlon on Sunday morning.
A bumper crop of competitors has signed up for the Cayman Islands Triathlon, and they’ll all be in the starting blocks bright and early on Sunday at Governors Beach.
The endurance athletes of Cayman are gearing up for one of their sternest challenges.
Have a Heart Cayman Islands received $2,500 in donations from the Cayman Islands Triathlon and event sponsor Cayman First Insurance, in support of the charity’s mission to provide cardiac care to children.
Smiles of joy. Grimaces of pain. Arms raised in triumph. Hands grasping knees as runners doubled over gasping for breath.
The annual Cayman Islands Triathlon will be held Sunday and organizers are urging motorists to be on the lookout for cyclists and runners on local roads during the event.
High drama marked the finish of Sunday’s Cayman Islands Triathlon, with the women’s top three slots in the Olympic (longer) division decided in the final lap of the run.
The Cayman Islands Triathlon celebrates its 20th anniversary with this year’s race scheduled for 6:45 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 6, from Public Beach.