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Caymanian sprinter Kemar Hyman competed in his third Olympic Games Saturday, 31 July, where he finished seventh with a time of 10.41 seconds in his 100-metre heat.
Cayman Islands fans take to social media to voice their support.
Cayman’s national record holder for the 100 metres in 9.95 seconds, Kemar Hyman, is locked in for his third Olympic Games. Hyman qualified for the...
Cayman’s Olympian Kemar Hyman has left Cayman to compete at the Aggie Classic Twilight invitational at the Irwin Belk track in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Three-time Olympian, sprinter Kemar Hyman, shares his daily health routines for anyone trying to stay healthy and fit throughout the year. 1. Drinking water: Very...
Cayman’s two-time Olympian Kemar Hyman took to the track over the weekend to compete in his first 100-metre sprint for the season. “Saturday, 20 March...
Cayman Islands' 100-metre record holder Kemar Hyman opened his 2021 season on Saturday in unique fashion - on his home track.
The two-time Olympian is not only focussed on making himself better, he’s looking to train Cayman’s up-and-coming track stars as well.
The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan is set to start in July and Cayman’s fastest man Kemar Hyman has already qualified for the games....
Cayman’s one-man track team is preparing for his biggest race of the year.
Kemar Hyman was racing against the clock, the weather and the competition on Tuesday.
The year 2018 was an eventful one for the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands sprinter Kemar Hyman has faced some tough races in his career, but none more so than at the prestigious Drake relays in Iowa on Saturday. The athlete competed just 24 hours after learning his brother and “inspiration” Maxwell Hyman had died.
Cayman Islands sprinter Kemar Hyman came within a split second of a podium finish in the Commonwealth Games 100 meters final on Australia’s Gold Coast on Monday.
Sprinter Kemar Hyman goes to the 100 meter final at the Commonwealth Games in Australia Monday with real confidence he can bring home a medal for the Cayman Islands.
The next group to represent Cayman on a grand athletic stage has been named.
John Gray High School students wrapped up lots of love and gifts to give to the community during this festive season at the school’s assembly on Thursday.
The athletes won six gold medals in athletics and one in basketball; four silver medals in athletics, four in shooting and two in swimming; as well as two bronze medals in athletics, two in shooting and four in swimming.
Cayman’s participation in the Olympics is an important form of recognition that we do have a rightful place, however small, on the grand world stage.
Cayman sprinter Kemar Hyman’s 100m time of 10.34 seconds on Saturday fell short of qualifying for the semifinals Sunday at the Olympic Games in Rio.
Cayman sprinter Kemar Hyman did not make it to the semifinals of the 100 meter sprint in the Olympic Games in Rio.
Olympic hopeful Ronald Forbes was unable to walk two months ago. After a “miracle” comeback, he will step into the Maracana Stadium in Rio on Monday believing he has a genuine shot at glory in the 110-meter hurdles.
Cayman’s Olympic athletes, led by flag-bearer Ronald Forbes, joined thousands of athletes from around the world Friday in the parade of nations at the 2016 Summer Games opening ceremony in the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Rio Summer Olympics start Friday, when the best of the best will compete on the world stage.
Usain Bolt blitzed to victory in the showpiece 100m sprint finale at the Cayman Invitational track meet Saturday evening.