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More than 2,300 people took part in the Cayman Islands Cancer Society's annual Stride Against Cancer walk/run Sunday morning.
The Cayman community is mourning the loss of beloved family man, UK military veteran, track and field coach and avid runner Derek Larner, who...
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society is dedicating this year's Stride Against Cancer fundraising run to running coach Derek Larner, who passed on 6 Jan.
Cayman’s Derek Larner competed last weekend at the 2018 USA Track and Field Masters Outdoor Championships in Spokane, Washington, at the Eastern Washington University track.
It has taken the Cayman Islands government just over nine months to plow through a backlog of 1,200 applications for permanent residence filed by non-Caymanians.
A Cayman Islands insolvency accountant is the third person to file a legal challenge over government’s three-and-a-half year delay in considering his application for permanent residence.
The second annual Save Our Youth Monster Dash on Oct. 22 at Camana Bay raised money to help fund SOY’s youth-centered initiatives held throughout the year, including the SOY Achievement Medallion Awards, the SOY Club, the SOY Community Service Awards, SOY Student of the Month Awards and the SOY Second Chance program.
Fresh from winning seven medals at the 2016 Americas Masters Games in Canada last week, Derek Larner presented at Intertrust’s second runner education clinic on Sept. 6 at the Westin resort.
Derek Larner, local distance running coach and Race Caribbean volunteer, will host an “Inspiring Performance” session to help runners prepare for the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon in December.