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Swimmer Raya Embury-Brown this weekend will attempt to swim 10 kilometres across the North Sound in honour of her late father, Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Brown.
The University of Northern Colorado swimmer will head the committee’s community outreach arm
Several of Cayman’s sports teams and clubs have resumed training athletes in groups of 25 or less following the government’s ease on COVID-19 restrictions announced last month.
Cayman's athletes have faced quite the predicament over the past few months during the COVID-19 pandemic -- how do you train and stay fit...
Members of the Stingray Swim Club Grand Cayman, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise, last week donated 130 children’s books to the library at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School in West Bay.
Stingray Swim Club hosted its annual Reds and Greens event last Wednesday. The event is about sharing the Christmas spirit while bringing families together and getting full participation from parents along with the swimmers.
The swimming season opened late last month with the Cayman National Sprint Meet, and the island’s competitors got back in the blocks for the Camana Bay Aquatic Club Fall Kick-off last weekend.
The Stingray Swim Club had an eventful summer in which it reflected on its achievements and sent a few of its competitors off to begin their college careers.
For competitive swimmers, timing is everything – and for an age group competitive club like the Stingray Swim Club, with swimmers at multiple levels, ensuring that all members have the opportunity to end their season with a championship meet can be a challenge.
Stingray Swim Club is holding its annual Swim-a-Thon today at the Lion’s Swimming Pool in George Town, Grand Cayman.
Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman hosted the Pete Ribbins Consolidated Water Meet, Jan. 18–20, at the Lions Aquatic Centre.
Members of the Stingray Swim Club were recognized and celebrated earlier this summer at the annual banquet.
Forty-five Stingray Swim Club members, friends and family rolled out of bed early Saturday, not for morning training, but for this year’s Earth Day cleanup.
Sarah Clair Jackson, 17, from George Town, has been recognized in the Proud of Them initiative for her academic work.
The 21st Annual Pirates Week Mike Lockwood Memorial Swim Meet took place Nov. 16-19 at the Lions Aquatic Centre.
Stingray Swim Club is holding its annual swim-a-thon on Friday, Nov. 3 at the Lions Aquatic Centre swimming pool in George Town.
Stingray Swim Club held the first competitive swim meet of the season last Saturday at the Lions Aquatic Centre, attracting competition from Stingray Swim Club, Seven Mile Swimmers, Darren Mew Sports & Fitness and Special Olympics Cayman Islands.
All four clubs and the Special Olympic athletes competed at the Lions pool on May 20 in the annual sprint swim meet, with a record attendance of 179 athletes.
The next generation of swimmers from all three Cayman Islands clubs headed to Florida April 21-23 to compete in Olympic-size 50 meter pools. A total of 43 swimmers, ages 8 through 17, with close to half being 10 years and under, participated.
It takes more than finely honed strokes to make it to top of the swimming world. Nicolas Nilo Caesar Oliveira, a three-time Olympian and six-time participant in the World Championships, visited the Cayman Islands last weekend to impart wisdom and a road map to the top of his discipline during clinics with the Stingray Swim Club.
The Pete Ribbins Memorial Meet, hosted by the Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman at the Lions Aquatic Centre, was a 2017 CARIFTA Swimming qualifying meet for members of the National Junior Swim Team.
Stingray Swim Club turns 20 this year and is marking the event with a celebratory gala recognizing its swimmers, families, friends and supporters – past and present.
Numerous awards were handed out over the weekend at the Stingray Swim Club’s end-of-season banquet at the Westin resort.
The Lions Club and Stingray Swim Club will host the annual Lions Sprint meet on Saturday at the Lions Aquatic Centre.
Young swimmers from Cayman are basking in their success at this year’s Carifta Aquatics Championships in Martinique from where they returned at the weekend with 15 medals.
A swim meet for this year’s National Swim Championships attracted more than 150 swimmers.
Stingray Swim Club has taken an innovative approach to enhancing swimmers’ skill and growing the club by integrating technology into its training regimes.
Young swimmers were back in action after the Christmas holidays earlier this month to take part in the EY Winter Sprint Meet, hosted by...