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A survey from the Department of Environment wants to know what stops people from riding a bicycle to work.
A woman pedestrian was hit by a vehicle and killed on South Sound Road early Saturday morning.
Kym Bailey is one of the fastest female road runners in Cayman and at 43 is evidently getting swifter. Although she used to be a good runner at school and college in England she really only got seriously into her running since moving to Cayman a few years ago.
The cycling association revived a two-man team time trial event on Sunday, starting and finishing at the Clifton Hunter School in Frank Sound which turned out to be extremely popular.
Scotland and Germany are to co-host the first European Sports Championships in 2018.
The cycling scene is attracting more riders with successive events as the Genesis Duathlon approaches in May.
Judy Rivers enjoys participating in sport so much that it’s a wonder if anyone manages to spot her standing still for more than a minute.
Marius Acker’s devotion to sporting excellence is so strong that when he was knocked over by a negligent motorist at the Cayman Islands Triathlon last year and briefly blacked out, he immediately got back up and continued running despite bleeding from a deep elbow gash, in a state of shock and disoriented and not sure whether he was seriously injured.
Cycling champ Michele “Mitch” Smith won the Cost U Less Circuit Race comfortably on Sunday, two weeks after easily winning the time trial along South Sound.
Pedro Lopez Ramos was the proud winner of the Genesis Trust Duathlon last year, his first major victory in Cayman - and he is determined to hold onto the title when it returns next month.
Cycling’s busy calender continued with the 10 mile time trial from Paradise Restaurant and Bar, along South Sound to Hurley’s and back on Sunday.
Off The Beaten Track is not just an unconventional race for the super-fit, it also generates funds for charity.
Starting Saturday morning, ultra-distance athlete Kerri Kanuga plans to swim 6 miles across North Sound before running four marathons spanning 106 miles non-stop.
Championship jet ski racing is one of the most physically demanding sports out there and having won several titles against some of the world’s best, Jordan “JJ” McLean, can testify to that.
The Mercuryman Triathlon is only three years old but already established enough to attract top pros. Now it is going to be staged in South Africa as well.
Mercuryman, Cayman’s unique half iron distance triathlon, is on this weekend at The Reef Resort, East End and some of the biggest names in the sport will be vying for the coveted podium places.
Numerous sports events and activities are coming up in the Cayman Islands for those who want to stick to their New Year’s resolution to get healthier and exercise more.
The new Kimpton hotel on Seven Mile Beach is beginning to take shape. Construction workers completed the fifth story of the 10-story hotel this weekend.
Fitness coach Tersh Broderick is launching a new workout focusing on hand-to-eye coordination through ball skills. Maxathon workouts comprise of six disciplines for a minute each, in a circuit training fashion.
Determined athletes at home and abroad are currently training hard for one of the most exciting tests of athletic endurance taking place in the Cayman Islands.
The annual Cayman Islands Triathlon Association has a new king of the Olympic distance in Patrick Harfield, an overseas visitor, but at least second placed Marius Acker retains the satisfaction of still being undefeated by any local in the decade he has been competing here.
Walking a road race has become perfectly acceptable in recent years, and that is the message from organizers of next month’s half-marathon.
Darrel “DJ” MacLaren Evans is one of a band of Flashy Nation athletes preparing for the Cayman Islands Triathlon and because he is the fastest knows his colleagues are anxious to beat him.
Cycling is enjoying its busiest season for years and that was reflected at the Cost-U-Less Circuit race from Governor’s Harbour on Sunday.
Michele “Mitch” Smith is still the dominant cyclist in the Cayman Islands but novice Pedro Ramos Lopez is closing the gap.
The 2014 Credit Union’s 5K Walk/Run added to Derek Haines’s campaign to raise funds for Cayman HospiceCare on Saturday.
Cayman can proudly claim that Fiona Brander is one of the best in the world at the moment in her chosen sport - which she only took up a year ago.
Jason Saunders is one of the top middle distance runners in Cayman, but he will not be competing for a while after a cycling accident two weeks ago left him battered and unable to walk.
As cycling pedals forward, Michele Smith will continue to be a top figure.
The story of the Cayman Islands at the XX Commonwealth Games would seem to be complete.
The Cayman triathlon scene is evidently in fine shape, judging by one of the relative novices already qualifying for international competition.
Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali, who won the Tour de France on Sunday, became the first Italian to secure cycling’s greatest race in 16 years and he instantly becomes the new poster boy for anti-doping.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award committee needs informaton to update records on people in Cayman who have received awards.
As the Commonwealth Games approach, Scotland is set to dazzle its visitors.
Emerging cycling star Pedro Lopez Ramos had to tough it out as he won the 57-mile Road Race Championship in pain on Sunday.
Athletics hopes to reach former glory for the Cayman Islands in Scotland.
The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee celebrated the departure of Cayman athletes to major meets this summer.
Jaime Doak is helping Cayman’s cause in Scotland.
For all of their recent exploits, Cayman’s squash players head to Glasgow as major underdogs.
Samuel Young is a former bodybuilder now budding triathlete who wore a Superman top in the New Day Flashy Nation run on Sunday. The day before he won the inaugural Pirates Trail Mud Run 5k so the Superman imagery was appropriate.
Bethany Dikau figures to be under heavy scrutiny.
Anytime you see someone posting a better time than Usain Bolt, it's a head-turning, eye-popping, stand-up-and-cheer achievement.
Marlon Crowe Jr. is one of a bunch of aspiring athletes who hopes one day to represent Cayman at the Olympics.
The running scene is the most open in years because so many newcomers are testing the established order.
Cayman's climate makes it easy to incorporate activity into family time, which will improve the family's health and children's concentration and problem solving skills.
Eddie Powell is so dedicated to cycling as a means of keeping fit and for camaraderie that he has no problem getting up at stupid o’clock every day to ride with fellow Daybreakers for at least an hour.
The Cayman Islands are ready to compete on one of the world’s biggest international stages.
Conrad Proud must be one of the most versatile sportsmen in Cayman as he does so many extremely well.
Four years ago, Ronald Forbes was at the height of his abilities.
Local chiropractor Dr. Jemal Khlan gives advice on reducing back pain during pregnancy.
Marius Deysel is one of those weekend warriors often in local road runs and cycling events who rarely lands on the podium but whose contribution is invaluable nevertheless.
Kevin Connolly is regularly featured amongst the top finishers in local road runs and occasionally cycling events. From being a total non-competitor a couple of years ago to finishing on the shoulders of the more established names is quite an achievement.
Tyrell Cuffy is one of many Caymanian athletes focused on Scotland.
The May Classics series got under way with a 5 kilometer time trial and Jerome Ameline won as expected but he had to set a new record to do so ahead of Michele “Mitch” Smith.
The next generation of local cyclists is coming through, thanks to the sport’s increasing efforts to attract newcomers, and women like Ceretta Harvey are finding it a great way of being sporty and staying in shape.
A 50-year-old woman suffered serious head injuries after being knocked from her bike by a pickup truck as she cycled along a stretch of road in Savannah early Saturday morning
Brett Fraser knows his way in and around the pool on the some of the world’s biggest stages.
Cayman cyclists used last weekend’s duathlon to crank up for the always keenly contested four-part May Classics series that begins on Sunday.
Pedro Lopez Ramos achieved his ambition of a first major title as a multi-sport athlete in winning the Genesis Trust Duathlon and marked the changing of the guard in the process.
Open water swimming’s popularity is on the increase since it recently introduced to major tournaments to complement pool competition.
Cyclists often train indoors by attending spinning classes on static bikes and Jerome Ameline, owner of Revolutions Indoor Cycling club has introduced a series of spinning classes to coincide with the sport’s premier race, the Tour de France.
Risa Golberg is one of few women regularly seen on the flourishing local cycling scene and from her example she hopes more will join in.
Marius Acker has such a competitive streak that he rarely needs extra motivation when preparing to defend one of his many titles.
Cayman’s most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete sees strength in numbers ahead of this summer’s spectacle.
When the annual duathlon is staged next week, there could well be a new champion because Pedro Lopez Ramos has been training obsessively to seize multiple champion Marius Acker’s crown.
Inclement weather could not stop Caymanian athletes from completing the Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay, part of the lead up to the Commonwealth Games.
Cycling’s busy schedule continues with a 28-mile time trial on Sunday. It goes from Bodden Town police station, left into Frank Sound, through North Side onto the Queen’s Highway, through East End and back to the police station.
The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee will celebrate the Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay, the traditional curtain raiser to the Commonwealth Games, here this week.
Cycling in the Cayman Islands used to be a huge sport, with local riders regularly competing at the Olympics and other major tournaments.
Cayman’s fastest cyclists vied for bragging rights once more on Sunday, in a circuit race, and there was no surprise over the winner.
Michele Smith may be 44 years old but he is not ready to be beaten by the next generation of local cyclists, as demonstrated in the 48 Mile Road Race on Sunday.
Time trial specialist Jerome Ameline tested his legs on the first event of the 2014 cycling calendar, the 10-mile individual time trial, knowing that he was overwhelming favorite because his two closest rivals were absent.