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The Cayman community is mourning the loss of beloved family man, UK military veteran, track and field coach and avid runner Derek Larner, who...
It is difficult to understand why people are so strongly opposed to the granting of equal rights to their fellow country people.
With traffic in George Town already at a standstill, and tourist attractions such as Stingray City becoming dangerously overcrowded, accommodating these additional 800,000 cruise passengers on an annual basis could have an extensive negative impact on the island.
Dominic Dyer, a gifted student and athlete, is the recipient of Dart’s 2017 Minds Inspired William A. Dart Memorial Scholarship.
Dominic Dyer confirmed his status as the region’s top junior middle-distance runner at the inaugural Invictus Reggae Classic Track & Field Meet on June 9 and 10 at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Dyer, who also dominated the Under-20 division at this year’s Carifta games, turned back the challenge of the two junior athletes capable of vying for the top spot who were unable to compete at the Carifta games.
Cayman’s Carifta athletes celebrated a double success this week, capturing an impressive number of medals in Curacao and the Bahamas and winning the bid to host the 2019 Carifta Games.
Cayman Islands track and field athletes claimed six medals in the Curacao Carifta games, including three gold medals. The team came in sixth overall in the track and field medal count.
Dominic Dyer was the male winner and Sara Ellis was the female winner in Sunday’s To Hell and Back 10K with times of 36:43 and 41:11, respectively.
Dominic Dyer cruised to an easy victory in Saturday’s Fidelity Fun Run. The series got off to a great start, organizers said, as nearly 200 men, women, children and dogs joined in the 2-mile event.
Fourteen of Cayman’s best track and field athletes competed against the region’s elite at the 2016 Carifta Games hosted in St. George’s, Grenada at the end of March.