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It's that time of year again when pirates are getting ready to invade the Cayman Islands, with the resulting adventures, fun and entertainment the treasure ready for the taking.
The hurricane season officially started on Sunday and residents along South Sound may have been alarmed at being awoken by the sound of frenetic hurricane like whooshes at regular minute intervals.
The Cayman Islands Cycling Association started off with a blast its first race of a series of five last Sunday.
Tis almost the season of festive cheer and goodwill to all and as Christmas approaches the sporting fraternity is about to start winding down to recharge its batteries and overload on those naughty carbs.
Triathlon first timer Tony Watts hopes not to disgrace himself when he competes in the Turtle Triathlon in a couple of weeks. Finishing it will be good enough and he hopes not to be last.
Halloween is coming and one of the scariest things you can do is enter a triathlon. You know, the swim, cycle and run event that tortures every muscle in your body for ever.
Members of the Streetskill committee are revisiting cycle safety during October, calling on the public to take this opportunity to review their cycling habits.
The Cayman Islands Cycling Association social race was anything but for the serious riders who slugged it out for 65 miles over the weekend.
The Cayman Islands Cycling Association is holding another 'social race' this weekend. Organiser Gary Clark said: Its labeled a social race to encourage everyone at varying levels to participate.
Kenneth Charles Dunlop, who served as Cayman's Registrar of Lands from 1977 to 1986, died in Sussex, England on 21 July after a short illness. He was 81.
Dunkin' Donuts is not the sort of place you would expect a dedicated band of cyclists to meet every month, but, hey, after a gruelling hour-long ride they deserve a carb overload.
Five cyclists from the Cayman Islands Cycling Association (CICA) are competing in the BRADA tour of Jamaica. The tour will be held from 13-17 June.
Minister Alden McLaughlin was not the only one who wrecked his bike toward the end of May. Cyclist Bill Sullivan was hit 23 May at Vampt Motors on Walkers Road, George Town.
The Cayman Islands team to the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games was formally received into the Games Village on this week. Alden Mclaughlin, Minister of Sports, was present at the flag raising ceremony.