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More than 500 runners took part in the 46th annual Hash House Harriers Cross Island Relay Sunday morning. The 89 teams of six runners,...
Hundreds of people will walk, jog or run along West Bay Road on Sunday for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society’s annual Nationwide Stride Against...
Runners in Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, half-marathon and relay praised volunteers and others along the course who cheered them on, and delighted in the weather. It was a cool morning, at least for Cayman, and clouds kept the heat of the sun off the runners.
High drama marked the finish of Sunday’s Cayman Islands Triathlon, with the women’s top three slots in the Olympic (longer) division decided in the final lap of the run.
The KRyS Global 30K, Halloween 10-10-10 Relay and the Fun 5K all take place in East End, Grand Cayman, on Sunday, Oct. 30, starting and finishing at Morritt’s Tortuga Resort.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Registration is open for this year’s Fidelity Health Fun Run Series, which kicks off on Sept. 10 and continues for three consecutive Saturdays.
Cayman’s Olympic athletes, led by flag-bearer Ronald Forbes, will don traditional thatch hats as they join the parade of nations through Brazil’s famous Maracana Stadium Friday night for the opening ceremony of the Rio Games.
The Running for Red 5K and 10K run/walk at the North Sound Golf Club will be held on Saturday, Aug. 27.
More than 1,000 registered runners and walkers took part in the Cayman Islands Deputy Governor’s annual 5K Challenge on Sunday to raise money for a new Health Services Authority ambulance.
The fastest man in history, Usain Bolt, will be competing at the Cayman Invitational track meet in May, organizers announced Tuesday.
More than 100 people took part in the second annual Captain Marvin’s Memorial Splash & Dash, founded and organized by Captain Marvin’s youngest son, Kendall “Flash” Ebanks.
A record-breaking number of participants hit the pavement, some running, some walking, for the 24th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K Irish Jog on March 17.
More than 450 participants raised thousands of dollars for two charities in last month’s Off The Beaten Track ultramarathon, organizers said.
If the same old road races are leaving you cold, it’s time to challenge yourself and participate in Off the Beaten Track 2016, Cayman’s toughest off-road 50K relay and ultramarathon, on Sunday.
Hundreds of runners hit the road Sunday to take part in the sixth annual Valentine’s Day Mile.
A West Bay man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of indecent assault in connection with sexual attacks on three female joggers in George Town over the past two weeks.
In the pre-dawn hours Sunday, hundreds of runners will limber up to take on one of the toughest racing challenges in Cayman – “Off the Beaten Track.”
Runners have just over a month to dig out their favorite leprechaun running shoes and prepare themselves for the St. Patrick’s Day 5K Irish Jog on March 17.
Money raised in this year’s Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge will go toward the Cayman Heart Fund’s efforts to buy a new ambulance.
At least nine separate attacks on female joggers have been reported since last May, with the most recent spate of indecent assaults being reported along the George Town waterfront and adjacent areas of South Sound.
The team designing and mapping out this year’s Off the Beaten Track have quite literally been cutting out the route for the challenging race later this month.
Ninety-five teams turned out for Sunday’s 42nd Cross Island Relay, which was won by the MDR A-Team who led from the start.
Ultramarathoner Kerri Kanuga has done it again. Last month she conquered the brutal 160-mile race over the most challenging segment of the Caminho da Fe (Path of Faith) in the Serra da Mantiqueira mountains of Brazil, a sub-range of the Andes.
Runners attending the Miami Marathon Expo late last month had a chance to hear all about the Cayman Islands Marathon.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about roses and romance – it’s also a chance to hit the road and raise money for a good cause.
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society’s annual Stride Against Cancer walk/run took place Sunday morning as residents from all around the country either walked or ran courses in George Town, North Side, Cayman Brac or Little Cayman.
About 40 runners came out Sunday for the second Cayman bRUNch, a new running club that meets quarterly for a social run followed by brunch.
Nearly 2,000 people took part in Sunday’s Stride Against Cancer walk/run, the largest number by far to participate in the Cancer Society fundraiser to date, which included a timed half-marathon and a 10K in four locales across the islands.