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A record 56 cyclists turned out for the start of the May Series Circuit on Sunday, 2 May, held along Batabano Road.
Nathaniel Forbes is still riding a wave of adrenaline from his international cycling debut.
Cyclists and runners say they face near misses with reckless motorists on Cayman’s roads on an almost daily basis.
Four Cayman-based cyclists – Guy Manning, Chris Smith, Jon Roney and Andy Childe – were among a group of seven who pulled into John o’Groats on Sunday, July 29, to complete a journey that saw them trace the western edge of Great Britain in just seven days.
Novice riders took on more experienced and faster cyclists in a 27-mile handicap race that started off in Bodden Town Sunday morning.
After conquering Mount Everest and Denali, Guy Manning is looking to tackle his next athletic feat. This time the Cayman attorney will join a four-man cycling team in the coast-to-coast Race Across America.
The start of March has young people front and center in Cayman Brac, with numerous events catering to kids and youth scheduled over the...
Nine-year-old Alex Dailey has surpassed his goal of fundraising for charities in Cayman after cycling with his dad across the U.S. state of Iowa.
The fourth annual Pete Ribbins Memorial Ride will be held on Sunday, Aug. 14.
The last day of school was an exciting one for departing Sir John A. Cumber students, from looking forward to the freedom of summer to starting high school in the fall.
Nine-year-old Alex Dailey is gearing up to ride for seven days across the U.S. state of Iowa to raise money for three local charities.
The PAWS on Wheels fundraiser on Sunday, which drew more than 60 cyclists, raised money for the Protection of Animal Welfare Society, a not-for-profit...
The annual KiwaniBike event from the Blow Holes in East End to Smith Cove in South Sound on Feb. 28 raised nearly $7,000 for Kiwanis Key Club youths to attend an international convention.
Twelve people died in car accidents in 2015, three times as many as the year before.
A look at some of Cayman's most popular sporting events of 2015.
The biggest local sporting event – the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon – is staged on Sunday and, as always, there are plenty of intriguing athletes’ stories.
Such is the lure of triathlon and outdoor, individual sports generally, there is always constant growth and evolution.
The toll exacted on the body by taking part in sport is one reason why non-sporty people claim they do not partake.
Jalene Cruz will be involved in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon this weekend, whether she is fit to run or not.
Wendy Clarke never imagined as recently as last year that she would be fit enough to complete an Olympic triathlon, but that is what she did at the start of this month.
Chris Bailey completed the fourth of five sporting challenges he set himself on Sunday, in a cycling race he created to help charities.
Cayman’s only half-Ironman triathlon event, the Generali Worldwide Mercuryman, has chosen as its benefitting charity for next year the Stroke Warriors of Cayman.
Sports photographer and journalist, Ron Shillingford, will be selling his images at an exhibition in Chelsea's Bar this Monday to raise money for Cayman HospiceCare.
Triathlon may be a mainstream sport now, as witnessed by the hundreds involved in last week’s annual staging of the Cayman Islands event at Public Beach, but years ago it was a tiny affair in Cayman Kai.
Dominic Dyer has made his name as one of the Caribbean’s fastest schoolboy middle distance runners and on Sunday the 16-year-old speedster added the triathlon to his resume.
Marius Acker finished the Cayman Islands Triathlon in one piece this time, once again triumphant, and now looks forward to defending his half-marathon title.
The weekend warriors at the 2015 Cayman Islands Triathlon presented by Elian are nursing sore limbs and feet after Sunday’s staging at Public Beach, but many are also glowing from the satisfaction of setting personal bests.
The Pink Ladies Volunteer Corps has donated a children's exercise bicycle to the physiotherapy unit at the Cayman Islands Hospital.
Helki Weber was the female winner of Sunday’s gruelling Halloween 10-10-10, yet she had only decided to enter the race the night before.
A local athlete whose son was born with a congenital heart defect is so grateful to the medics who treated him that he is raising money for the Cayman Heart Fund by tackling two of the toughest sporting events on the calendar.
Medical practitioners theoretically know all the healthy habits they should adhere to, but do not necessarily do so. Dr. Rachel Gooden follows her own medical advice, though.
A local triathlete has just finished the second of five exhausting sporting events to raise funds for literacy projects in Cayman and Guatemala, and this weekend he tackles the next one.
Laurent Weber grew up in his Switzerland homeland surrounded by snow where he skied morning, noon and night. He absolutely loved it.
The cycling community turned up on Lime Tree Bay, beside Governors Square, for the annual Cost-U-Less race, but had to find an alternative route because there was a cancer fundraising walk/run organized along West Bay Road.
The Wednesday Night Running Club held its first 3-mile handicap race last week starting from the old butterfly farm on Lawrence Boulevard.
A 61-year-old female cyclist was killed Friday night after she was struck by a car on Shamrock Road near Savannah Primary School. Police identified the cyclist as Rhonda Marie Ebanks Azan.
Police have named the cyclist killed on Friday night as Rhonda Marie Ebanks Azan.
Chris Sutton is one of the fittest athletes in the Cayman Islands, always one of the fastest finishers in cycling and running events and often a podium figure.
Triathlon organizers used to boast that their sport is the fastest growing in the world. That may indeed be case in the Cayman Islands as every other athlete seems to be lured into the swim, bike and run event. Daniel Cummings is a typical new convert.
The vibrant Cayman cycling scene is gradually attracting youngsters into the sport, which was an obvious fact at last week’s time trial.
If anyone wants to find Matthew “Sticks” Volkwyn, all they have to do is follow his weekly sporting schedule because he is so devoted to getting in his sessions that he rarely misses one.
The Cayman Islands Triathlon is approaching, and Celine Macken, the sport’s queen, is preparing as hard as she has ever done since arriving here nearly 30 years ago.
Steve Abbott was in a thrilling time trial race with Jerome Ameline on Sunday, losing by a mere second, but at least Abbott has the satisfaction of holding on to the Cayman Islands record.
Jerome Ameline went to the most ridiculous lengths to prepare for Sunday’s 10-mile time trial from the Paradise Seaside Grill on South Church Street.
Celine Macken has been an integral member of the Cayman Islands triathlon scene for nearly 30 years, and in that time she has seen the sport flourish, particularly in the post-Hurricane Ivan years.
The summer break is over for Cayman athletes as vacations come to an end and schools reopen. The weekend warriors are primed for another epic series of races up to December.
Cayman is the ideal place to indulge in sporting activity, which is partly why Jennifer McKinney ended up living here in the first place.
Imagine being barely able to swim and never running more than a short distance in your life and within two years you had the satisfaction of tackling a gruelling Ironman event.
A local triathlete has just finished the first of five extremely challenging sporting events to raise funds for literacy projects in Cayman and Guatemala.
Jerome Ameline thought he had a good chance of winning the last cycle road race, the 48-mile one around East End, a couple of weeks ago.
When Phil Brown’s landmark 40th birthday was approaching, he made the monumental decision to train for a marathon, even though he had not been the least bit sporty all his life.
Local athletes such as Kevin Connolly have embraced every aspect of triathlon, spending most of their spare time aspiring to be champions.
Jerome Ameline has been a regular competitor on the local cycling circuit for many years and considering he runs his own cycling fitness gym, the lively Frenchman is likely to feature in many races in the future too.
The cycling community will gather for the annual Pete Ribbins Memorial Ride on Sunday.
Jalene Cruz is one of many Filipino athletes now a regular face on the sporting scene and like her compatriots she is vying to reach the top in her chosen sport, which is triathlon.
Pedro Lopez Ramos won the 48-mile Road Race on Sunday in another hard-fought, exciting cycle ride.
There is a 48-mile road race for cycling enthusiasts this Sunday and Jerome Ameline is confident he can win it after returning from two weeks training in France.
The busy cycling season resumes this weekend with a 48-mile road race.
The proposed cruise berthing facility in George Town Harbour could bring half a million more cruise passengers annually, but can Grand Cayman handle such an increase in visitors?
The two fastest riders in the Cayman Islands at the moment teamed up to enter a time trial race on Sunday and won comfortably.
When Derek Larner formed the Middle Distance Running Club five years ago to teach talented youngsters, he thought his track career was over - yet last weekend, aged 51, he won two silver medals at a masters meet to prove the veteran legs are not completely gone yet.
The busy cycling season continued with Championships 57 Mile Road Race around Frank Sound and East End on Sunday.
The Island Games commence in Jersey next week and had there been a boxing competition Kendall Ebanks would have entered.
Anyone interested in trying out a mini triathlon gets another chance on the next public holiday, the Queen’s birthday.
June is one of the busiest months for sports events in the Cayman Islands, before things start to wind down for the summer.
One of the most exciting annual sporting events in Cayman is the Genesis Trust Duathlon, and this year’s staging could be one of the best ever.
The Dew Cycling Classics staged its fourth race of the month with 49 riders competing on Sunday morning.
The third event of the May 2015 DEW Classics went well with 45 competitors taking part in the cycling road race around East End on Sunday.
Weekend warriors are solely motivated by new challenges, pushing their bodies to new limits and on Saturday five Cayman residents had the satisfaction of completing their first Ironman.
More than 100 cyclists completed the Cayman Islands Cycling Association Century Ride, raising $4,000 for Feed our Future.
A survey from the Department of Environment wants to know what stops people from riding a bicycle to work.